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The Lehman family is a prominent family of Jewish German-Americans who founded the financial firm Lehman Brothers. Some were also involved in American politics.[1] Members have married into the prominent Morgenthau, Loeb, and Bronfman families.

The family traces back to Abraham Lehmann, a cattle merchant in Rimpar, Bavaria, who changed his Yiddish surname Löw (Loeb) to the German Lehmann.

Some of the family members include:[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Shapiro, Gary (February 6, 2007). "Lehmans To Celebrate Rich Family History". New York Sun. The Lehman family tree includes a governor, a chief justice of the New York State court of appeals, a secretary of the treasury, two ambassadors, members of the U.S. House of Representatives, the House of Lords, and the House of Commons, and a New York State parks commissioner. So, when descendants of one of America's most prominent German Jewish dynasties gather later this month, it will be no ordinary reunion.
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  3. ^ Flade, Roland (1996). Die Lehmanns und die Rimparer Juden: zur Dauerausstellung im Rathaus Rimpar (in German). Königshausen & Neumann. p. 13. ISBN 3826012739.
  4. ^ a b "Chicago For Wedding presents;A Young Couple With $80,000 to Begin Life". New York Times. January 4, 1884. Retrieved March 23, 2018. The Wedding of Miss Harriet Lehman, eldest daughter of Mr. Emanuel Lehman, and Mr. Sigmund M. Lehman, took place at the residence of the bride's father, No. 16 East Fortysixth-street, last evening
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  6. ^ New York Times: "Carl S. Shoup, 97; Shaped Japan's Tax Code" By DAVID CAY JOHNSTON March 31, 2000
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  8. ^ a b New York Times: "Jean Stralem, 86, Philanthropist Known for Work With the Blind" by WOLFGANG SAXON December 22, 1994
  9. ^ a b c New York Daily News: "Inherit the Windfall? Snubbed Kin Claims an Heir in Judgment" by GEORGE RUSH and JOANNA MOLLOY May 24, 1995
  10. ^ Desert Sun: "Stralem Daughter Betrothed" June 11, 1958
  11. ^ Desert Sun: "Village Girl Bride in New York" 23 August 1958
  12. ^ New York Times: "Philip H. Isles Becomes Fiance Of Miss Moltke"
  13. ^ New York Sun: "Stephane Groueff, 83, Bulgarian Journalist and Author in Exile" By STEPHEN MILLER May 22, 2006
  14. ^ New York Times: "Jill Pauline Isles Betrothed To Guillermo B. Aguilera"
  15. ^ a b New York Times: "WEDDINGS; Pauline Aguilera, Nicholas Longano" May 10, 1998
  16. ^ Stony Brook University: "Exteriors, Interiors, and Positionality: The Photography of Tina Barney - A Dissertation Presented by Susan A. Van Scoy May 2010 - p.44
  17. ^ "WEDDINGS/CELEBRATIONS; Hannah Bond, Adam Isles". The New York Times. September 14, 2003.
  18. ^ New York Times: "Mrs. Ruth Rumsey Weds Robert Lehman; Quietly Married to New York Banker in Montreal--Couple Sail on the Olympic" May 1929
  19. ^ Schenectady Gazette: Daughter of Ruth Bryan Owen marries Lehman cousin" June 26, 1934
  20. ^ a b Biographical Dictionary of U.S. Business Leaders By John N. Ingham
  21. ^ Kozinn, Allan (December 20, 1994). "MUSIC NOTES; Song Fest Co-Founder To Direct Arts Center At the 92d Street Y". New York Times.
  22. ^ a b c "Obituary: Reverend Robert Frederick Rolf". The Plain Dealer. March 21, 2012.
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  24. ^ a b c Jewish Women's Archive: "Elinor Morgenthau 1891 – 1949" by Edna S. Friedberg] retrieved October 3, 2015
  25. ^ a b c New York Times: "Obituary: Eileen Lowe" December 17, 2016
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  29. ^ New York Times: "Weddings – Carlton Wessel, Sarah Morgenthau" September 6, 1993
  30. ^ a b c d New York Times: "Joan Morgenthau Hirschhorn" October 7, 2012
  31. ^ New York Times: "Deaths – Hirschhorn, Fred Jr." May 13, 2012
  32. ^ New York Times: "Weddings – Elinor Hirschhorn, Michael J. Carroll" June 30, 1996
  33. ^ a b c Lehman College: "June Bingham Birge, 1919 - 2007" Archived 2016-03-04 at the Wayback Machine August 27, 2007
  34. ^ New York Times: "June Bingham Marries Robert B. Birge" March 29, 1987
  35. ^ a b c d e f "June Bingham Birge, Who Wrote Books and Plays, Dies at 88", The New York Times, August 29, 2007. Accessed May 4, 2008. "June Bingham Birge, the author of books and plays, died August 21 at her home in the Riverdale section of the Bronx. She was 88."
  36. ^ a b c d Gainesville Sun: "Local reverend dies of cancer" By GARY KIRKLAND October 28, 1999
  37. ^ a b c New York Times: "Paid Notice: Deaths ESSELSTYN, THE REV. JUNE MITCHELL (MICKI) BINGHAM October 28, 1999
  38. ^ a b c New York Times: "Orin Lehman, 88, Parks Steward, Dies" by Dennis Hevesi February 23, 2008
  39. ^ new York Times: "Susan L. Cullman, 79, Decoder and an Editor" January 4, 1994
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  47. ^ New York Times: "Daniel Lang, 66, Correspondent and author for New Yorker, dies" November 19, 1981
  48. ^ a b c d New York Times: "Paid Notice: Deaths LANG, MARGARET ALTSCHUL" January 10, 2002
  49. ^ a b c d New York Times: "Deaths GRAHAM, EDITH ALTSCHUL" May 14, 2003
  50. ^ a b . New York Times: "Elizabeth Graham, Graduate Student, Is Married to Adam Marc Lindemann" October 16, 1989
  51. ^ New York Times: Principals in Wedding Ceremony Here; Stephanie R. Wagner Is Bride Of Arthur Goodhart Altschul April 30, 1956,
  52. ^ New York Times: "Weddings/Celebrations – Emily Altschul, John Miller" November 24, 2002
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  54. ^ a b c Jewish Women's Archive: "Dorothy Lehman Bernhard 1903–1969" by Jennifer Rosenberg retrieved October 30, 2015
  55. ^ "Catherine Cahill Becomes Bride". New York Times. September 6, 1974.
  56. ^ Gaver, Jack (April 29, 1953). "For Jane Pickens On Radio". Lubbock Evening Journal. Retrieved March 21, 2018. Grace is married to John T. Cahill of New York, a former U. S. District Attorney, and they have four children
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  59. ^ http://media.swarthmore.edu/bulletin/?p=277
  60. ^ a b New York Times: "Jill Ann Buttenwieser Weds" March 20, 1989
  61. ^ New York Times: "Weddings; Susan Upton, P. L. Buttenwieser" June 25, 1995
  62. ^ "Political Donor Shuns A System He Funds". October 1, 2000.
  63. ^ "Peter Lehman Buttenwieser To Wed Elizabeth Werthan" (PDF). North Westchester Times New Castle Tribune. September 8, 1960.
  64. ^ "Family' man Arts patron also champions a tradition of social justice and philanthropy". July 29, 1999. Archived from the original on September 6, 2008.
  65. ^ a b c d New York Times: "Frances Loeb, 89, Lifesaver to Foreign Diplomats" By LAWRENCE VAN GELDER May 19, 1996
  66. ^ New York Times: "John L. Loeb Sr. Dies at 94; Investor and Philanthropist" By ERIC PACE December 9, 1996
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  68. ^ New York Times: "JUDITH CHIARA Obituary" November 17, 2010
  69. ^ New York Times: "Notes on People; Abducted Bronfman Son to Wed"
  70. ^ "Hannah Bronfman Gets Married In Morocco". People. Retrieved 21 December 2017.
  71. ^ Nathaniel Popper (April 15, 2005). "Another Bronfman Makes His Mark". The Jewish Daily Forward. Retrieved August 15, 2013.
  72. ^ a b New York Daily News: "Divorced Seagram heir steps out with new girlfriend" By Emily Smith May 23, 2016
  73. ^ Press Reader: "Bronfman Wedding" April 12, 2017
  74. ^ Tsur, Shlomit (February 25, 2018). "Advertising tycoon Eyal Chomsky is leasing an apartment in the 17 Rothschild project to Bronfman who recently married Israeli Melanie Lavie". Globes.
  75. ^ Economic Times of India: "Fabindia acquires a 40% stake in Organic India" by Rasul Bailay & Chaitali Chakravarty March 6, 2013
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  77. ^ a b "Mrs. Hilda Wise, Daughter Of Governor Lehman, Dies". The New York Times. May 6, 1974. Her three marriages ended in divorce. Surviving besides her mother are two daughters, Mrs. Deborah Sheridan and Stephanie Wise; a son, Peter L. Wise, and a brother, John R, Lehman.
  78. ^ "LEHMAN SON-IN-LAW FORMER WPA ACTOR; Boris de Vadetzky Also Was a Research Worker Here". The New York Times. January 4, 1941. Boris de Vadetzky, who married Hilda Jane Lehman, 19-year-old daughter of Governor and Mrs. Herbert H. Lehman, at Elkton, Md., on Dec. 1, was a WPA actor and research worker from Nov. 6, 1938, to Nov. 24. 1939, the records of the Work Projects Administration in this city disclosed yesterday.
  79. ^ a b "Miss Hilda Lehman Married to Major - Mrs. Hilda Jane daughter of Herbert H. Lehman, director general of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, and Mrs. Lehman, was married yesterday to Eugene L. Paul, AUS, in the of her parents at 820 Park Avenue". Berkshire Eagle. December 29, 1945. Her first marriage to Boris de Vadetzky ended in divorce last August.
  80. ^ "Chittenango is the Setting - Wedding Vows were Exchanged Saturday by Mrs. Sharon Anne McAuliffe and Peter Lehman Wise at St. Patrick's Church Chittenango". Syracuse Herald American. November 27, 1977. Father of the bridegroom, Eugene Paul, was the best man
  81. ^ "Miss Deborah Jane Wise Is Bride". The New York Times. November 21, 1971.
  82. ^ a b c Columbia University Digital Archive: "1st Lieutenant Peter Gerald Lehman" February 15, 1953
  83. ^ "Peggy Rosenbaum Married Here To Peter Lehman, Governor's Son; Many State and City Officials at Ceremony Held in Floral Setting--Bridegroom's Father Serves as Best Man Ceremony in Floral Bower Gowned in Ice Blue". New York Times. June 17, 1938.
  84. ^ "Miss Penelope Lehman Married to Stanley Karp; A Granddaughter of Late Senator Wed to Benrus Officer". The New York Times. June 30, 1964.

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