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Abe Saller
Abe Saller
 
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Alex Sunada
Alex Sunada
Owner of original: Wellfleet MA
Date: 2017
 
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Allan Charles
Allan Charles
 
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Amelia Steffan
Amelia Steffan
From Chronicle of Pfaundler Family 1486-1915
Owner of original: Leopold Pfaundler
Date: ca. 1915
 
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Andrew Flack
Andrew Flack
Passport photo
Date: Jun 2009
 
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Anelle Swetman Jones
Anelle Swetman Jones
 
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Ann Flack Heard
Ann Flack Heard
 
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Anna Hoberg Eisenmenger
Anna Hoberg Eisenmenger
Stolen Napoleon diamond necklace taken to NYC District Attorney; Dr. George Schmidt, Austrian Consul-General | Anna | Lawrence Steinhart, Attorney
Date: Mar 1930
 
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Anna Hoberg Eisenmenger
Anna Hoberg Eisenmenger
Friend of Austrian Arch Duchess who retrieved stolen diamond necklace with cousin Sonya Eisenmenger Weber's assistance. Mother of Annie Eisenmenger, ceramic artist and Hildi Eisenmenger,notable tennis player.
 
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Anna Hoberg Eisenmenger & daughters
Anna Hoberg Eisenmenger & daughters
Daughters: Annie (artist) and Hilde (tennis player)
 
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Anna Saller
Anna Saller
 
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Anna Saller Skidelsky
Anna Saller Skidelsky
 
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Anna Saller with Grand Kids
Anna Saller with Grand Kids
Bob & Fran Forman, Betty Bledy
Date: 1948
 
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Anne Groves
Anne Groves
 
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Anne Riesenfeld
Anne Riesenfeld
Photo by Lucas Flack
 
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Annie Eisenmenger - Ceramic Artist
Annie Eisenmenger - Ceramic Artist
Credo ceramic altar in Wolfsonian Museum Collection, Miami, FL

Viennese sculptor Annie Eisenmenger created this massive ceramic triptych altar for an international exposition of modern Christian art in Padua, Italy in 1931. Depicting the coronation of the Virgin Mary in its central panel and scenes from the life of Christ at either side, the triptych folds neatly for travel, its closed doors spelling "Credo" in bold, interlocking, wrought-iron letters. A brief mention in a 1932 Viennese publication stated that the work had been universally applauded.

Leo Nickless, research curator
 
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August Eisenmenger
August Eisenmenger
 
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August Eisenmenger
August Eisenmenger
Self-portrait as a young man
 
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Avi Forman
Avi Forman
Wedding picture at Indian Creek, Calistoga CA
Date: 2017
 
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Baby Hamp Heard
Baby Hamp Heard
 
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Barbara Swetman Meyer
Barbara Swetman Meyer
 
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Bardin Flack
Bardin Flack
Date: 2016
 
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Betsy Hodge
Betsy Hodge
At Jennifer Bonnell's wedding
Owner of original: Bob Flack
Date: 30 Jul 2005
 
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Betty & Norm Frost
Betty & Norm Frost
Family friends and Tryon neighbor on Wilderness RD
 
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Betty Bledy
Betty Bledy
Betty on Anna Saller's front steps (grandmother)
Date: 1948
 
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Beulah W. Hodge
Beulah W. Hodge
 
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Beulah Wiley Hodge
Beulah Wiley Hodge
 
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Bob Forman
Bob Forman
Date: 2015
 
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Bob Forman
Bob Forman
On Anna Saller's lap (Grandmother)
Date: 1948
 
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Bob Forman
Bob Forman
Owner of original: Wikipedia webpage
 
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Caleb Hurst-Hiller
Caleb Hurst-Hiller
Family photo with Silas brought home after birth
Date: 2017
 
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Casper Pfaundler
Casper Pfaundler
Caspar graduated in art history and film science from the university in Vienna. He has made several short films and entered the ranks of feature film directors in 2001 with Lost and Found. Pfaundler and his wife, Chinese actress Wu Su-jen, live and work in Taiwan.
 
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Charlie Bonnell
Charlie Bonnell
 
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Charlotte Sonya Escherich Weber
Charlotte Sonya Escherich Weber
A native of Vienna, Sonya (ôSonnyö) was the daughter of Theodor Escherich, a pediatrician and bacteriologist famous for the discovery of the intestinal bacteria named after him, Escherichia coli. Sonya's earlier marriage was to Hugo Eisenmenger, an Austrian engineer who had settled in the United States. Sonya Weber became well known as a physiotherapist. She had earned a doctorate in physiotherapy in 1934 and was for many years was a director of the children's clinic of the Presbyterian Hospital in New York City.
Date: c. 1960
 
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Chuck Hoffberger
Chuck Hoffberger
 
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Chuck Hoffberger
Chuck Hoffberger
Owner of Baltimore Orioles 1954-1971, a 1996 honoree into the Orioles Hall of Fame
 
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Claudette Colbert
Claudette Colbert
Claudette Colbert was an American stage and film actress.

Colbert began her career in Broadway productions during the late 1920s and progressed to motion pictures with the advent of Talking pictures. Initially associated with Paramount Pictures, she gradually shifted to working as a freelance actress. She won the Academy Award for Best Actress in It Happened One Night (1934), and received two other Academy Award nominations. Other notable films include Cleopatra (1934) and The Palm Beach Story (1942).

Colbert was known for a versatility that led to her becoming one of the industry's best-paid stars of the 1930s and 1940s and, in 1938 and 1942, the highest-paid star. During her career, Colbert starred in more than 60 movies.

In 1999, the American Film Institute posthumously voted Colbert the 12th-greatest female star of classic Hollywood cinema.
 
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Coach Jim Flack
Coach Jim Flack
Shaw High School Baseball Team with Boo Ferris
Owner of original: Shaw HS Yearbook (from Boo Ferris)
Date: 1938
 
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Craig Sunada
Craig Sunada
 
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Dr Sebastian Pfaundler
Dr Sebastian Pfaundler
Private practice in psychiatry & psychotherapy, and "neurocoaching" for managers and athletes
 
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Dr. Joel Pressman
Dr. Joel Pressman
 
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Dr. Meinhard Pfaundler
Dr. Meinhard Pfaundler
 
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Elaine Forman
Elaine Forman
As a child
 
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Elaine Forman Tobias
Elaine Forman Tobias
Aunt Laine
 
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Elder Wolfgang Pfaundler
Elder Wolfgang Pfaundler
 
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Eleanor Charles
Nora at 6 months taking a bath
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)
Owner of original: Sophie
Date: 13 Feb 2018
 
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Ellen Cassedy
Ellen Cassedy
 
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Elliana Flack
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)
 
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Elliot and Rosel Schewel
Elliot and Rosel Schewel
 
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Elliot Schewel
Elliot Schewel
 

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