Samuel H. Kauffmann
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Kauffmann was born in Wayne County, Ohio and began working as a telegraph operator in Wooster, Ohio. In 1854 he became the publisher of a newspaper in Zanesville, Ohio, continuing that until he moved to Washington D.C. in 1861.
Kauffmann served as Board of the Trustees of Corcoran Gallery of Art in the late 19th century. During his tenure he became a patron of painter Max Weyl, supporting the painters career and helping to bring Weyl's work to the forefront of Washington's art community.
- "SAMUEL H. KAUFFMANN DEAD.; Washington Evening Star Proprietor a Well-Known Art Connoisseur". The New York Times. 16 March 1906.
- David Michael Zellman. "Max Weyl". Dawson Gallery. Retrieved 24 January 2010.
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