1-7 of 7 Results  for:

  • schooling (general) x
  • Sex: Female x
Clear all

Article

Altschul, Annie Therese (1919–2001), psychiatric nurse and teacher, was born into a middle-class Jewish family in Vienna on 18 February 1919, the daughter of Ludwig Altschul and his wife Marie. Despite the early death of her father, she enjoyed an idyllic childhood, which was enriched by her close family and the access she had to a diverse range of cultural activities. Her mother encouraged interest in the arts, sciences, and humanities, but ultimately it was mathematics that she chose for her undergraduate studies at the ...

Image

Annie Altschul (1919–2001), by unknown photographer

Royal College of Nursing

Article

Coleman [née Friedman], Dena (1952–2013), headmistress, was born at the City of London Maternity Hospital, Islington, on 7 September 1952, the only daughter and eldest of the three children of Norman Friedman, handbag manufacturer, and his wife, Muriel Amelia Rachel, née Kovler...

Article

Grunfeld [née Rosenbaum], Judith (1902–1998), headmistress, was born in Budapest, Hungary, on 18 December 1902, the youngest of four children, two boys and two girls, of Sandor Rosenbaum, a highly regarded scholar of Talmud, and his wife, Sarah Bamberger. She was descended from rabbis on both sides, from the Würzburger rav, ...

Article

See Leon, Jack de

Image

Katie Magnus, Lady Magnus (1844–1924) by L. Franklin courtesy of Jewish Museum, London

Article

Magnus [née Emanuel], Katie, Lady Magnus (1844–1924), writer and schoolteacher, was born on 2 May 1844 at 101 High Street, Portsmouth, one of six children of Alderman Emanuel Emanuel (c.1801–1888), a goldsmith and the first Jewish mayor of Portsmouth, and his wife, ...