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
Émigré jurist and transatlantic advocate for family law reform
Transatlantic taste-maker and promoter of modern architecture and design
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