Kate Wolff was born in Berlin in May 1882. In 1933, she left Germany for Paris, where she worked for the publisher Ernest Flammorian illustrating children's and song books. He persuaded her to change her last name to Lalouve. She lived underground during World War II. In 1946, she emigrated from France to New York. Kate Wolff died in New York in September 1968.
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Wolff, Kate: Blaumeise, Leo Baeck Institute, 78.676.