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Bezirksmuseum Buchen - "Frieda Oppenheimer" (museum-digital:baden-württemberg)
Bezirksmuseum Buchen Bildarchiv Karl Weiß Atelieraufnahmen Frauen [W-2167]

Frieda Oppenheimer

Frieda Oppenheimer (Bezirksmuseum Buchen CC BY-NC-SA)

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Frieda Oppenheimer (geb. 28. Juli 1907), Tochter von Adolf Oppenheimer (geb. 1879 in Buchen) und Friederike Oppenheimer, geb. Lehmann (geb. 1885 in Weinheim an der Bergstraße). Die Tochter Frieda heiratete 1930 in Buchen Julius Oppenheimer (geb. 3. März 1895 in Reichenbach) und wohnte seither in Viernheim. Das Ehepaar konnte 1940 in die USA emigieren.

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Glasnegativ, nasses Kollodiumverfahren

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[Last update: 2019/03/18]

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