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Sidney Rahn (1866-1930) owned a family metalworks business, M.S. Farrnbacher. The firm had been in the family for generations, originally owned by members of Rahn's mother's family, the Farrnbachers, and produced iron and metal products. Sidney married Johanna Goldmann and had three children. The Rahn family lived upstairs from the metalworks in Fürth, Germany. His son, Alfred, joined the business in 1928 and took over when Sidney died in 1930.
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Unknown Artist: Portrait of Sidney Rahn (1866-1930), Leo Baeck Institute Art and Objects Collection, 2013.054.
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