American public relations specialist
Modernist furniture company at the heart of transatlantic interior design networks
Internationally renowned proponent of social group work
Architect and industrial designer
Songwriter, composer, and cabaret performer
Sociologist who introduced French Structuralism to the United States
Graphic designer and founder of an influential corporate image consultancy
Sociologist and expert in media and market research
Social worker who introduced family therapy in Germany
Legal scholar and creator of the term "genocide"
Social psychologist working on group dynamics and "field theory"
Early industrial design professional
Novelist, anti-fascist intellectual, and world citizen
<em>The Rotarian,</em> February 1950
Modernist architect and Bauhaus director
Champion of transatlantic urban planning
<em>The Chicago Daily Tribune,</em> May 3, 1945
<em>TIME,</em> February 17, 1975
Director of the New Bauhaus in Chicago
Industrial designer known for kitchenware designs
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