Siri von Reis
Siri von Reis
Siri von Reis in 2011 at the Metropolitan Room in Manhattan
Siri Sylvia Patricia von Reis
February 10, 1931
|Occupation||botanist, author, and poet|
|Spouse(s)||Arthur Altschul (divorced 1972)|
|Children||Arthur Altschul, Jr. (born 1964)|
Emily Helen Altschul (born 1966)
Serena Altschul (born 1970)
Siri Sylvia Patricia von Reis (born February 10, 1931) is an American botanist, author and poet. She is of half-Finnish and half-Swedish ancestry. She has worked as an investigator at the New York Botanical Garden.
She was married to Jewish American banker Arthur Goodhart Altschul (1920 – 2002) who was a Goldman Sachs Group partner and member of the Lehman banking family. They divorced in 1972. They had three children:
- Arthur Altschul, Jr. (born 1964); in 2013, he became engaged to Palestinian newscaster Rula Jebreal
- Emily Helen Altschul (born 1966); in November 2002, she married John Miller (journalist), former host of 20/20, the weekly news magazine on ABC, in Manhattan.
- Serena Altschul (born 1970) is an American broadcast journalist, at MTV News.
- New York Observer: "The Hard Sell" By Gabriel Sherman February 2, 2004
- IPNI. Altschul.
- New York Times: "Arthur G. Altschul, 81, Banker, Art Collector and Philanthropist" By ERIC PACE March 20, 2002
- New York Post: "Arthur Altschul, Jr. engaged to Rula Jebreal" May 2, 2013
- New York Times: "WEDDINGS/CELEBRATIONS; Emily Altschul, John Miller" November 24, 2002
- Schultes, R.E.; Altschul, S. 2005: Ethnobotany: The Evolution of a Discipline
- Reis, Siri von 2001: The Love-Suicides at Sonezaki and other poems
- Altschul, S.; Lipp, F.J.Jr. 1982: New Plant Sources for Drugs and Foods from the New York Botanical Garden Herbarium
- Altschul, S. 1977: Exploring the Herbarium.
- Altschul, S. 1975. Drugs & Foods From Little-Known Plants - Notes in Harvard University Herbaria
- Altschul, S. 1972: The Genus Anadenanthera in Amerindian Cultures
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