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Ellen Auerbach (May 20, 1906, Karlsruhe, Germany – July 30, 2004, New York City) was a German-born American photographer who is best remembered for her innovative artwork for the Ringl & Pit studio in Berlin during the Weimar Republic.
- Clara Sandler and Juan Mandelbaum, an entry about Ellen Auerbach, Jewish Women: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia
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