Lehman family

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The Lehman family was a prominent family of Jewish-German-American businesspeople who founded the financial firm Lehman Brothers. Some were also involved in American politics. 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:

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  1. ^ Flade, Roland (1996). Die Lehmanns und die Rimparer Juden: zur Dauerausstellung im Rathaus Rimpar. Königshausen & Neumann. p. 13. ISBN 3826012739.  (German)
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  8. ^ "Political Donor Shuns A System He Funds". October 1, 2000. 
  9. ^ "Family' man Arts patron also champions a tradition of social justice and philanthropy". July 29, 1999. 

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