|Born||Frédéric Alfred Marzolff
March 4, 1867
|Died||May 4, 1936
Frédéric Alfred Marzolff (born Strasbourg, March 4, 1867 - died Rountzenheim, May 4, 1936) was a French sculptor, known especially for his monuments and medals. Many of his works may still be seen around his native city; some were, however, destroyed during the German occupation of France during World War II. Among his surviving works are the bust of Viktor Nessler in the Parc de l'Orangerie in Strasbourg and the statues of Daniel Specklin and Jacob Sturm von Sturmeck on the façade of the Petites-Boucheries, behind the Aubette.
- "Alfred Marzolff (1867-1936), sculpteur et médailleur" (Les Amis de la Léonardsau et du Cercle de Saint-Léonard)
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