Novelist, anti-fascist intellectual, and world citizen
Modernist architect and Bauhaus director
Champion of transatlantic urban planning
Director of the New Bauhaus in Chicago
Industrial designer known for kitchenware designs
Émigré jurist and transatlantic advocate for family law reform
Famous modern and international style architect
Child Life specialist and early childhood educator
Musician, composer and conductor between America and Europe
Public relations expert
Urban planner and founding member of the faculty for city planning at Yale University
Designer and architect who focused on the problems of everyday design
Historian, humanitarian socialist, and activist intellectual
Film producer and agent between Hollywood and Germany
Psychologist and social worker
Influential Book Packager of Non-Fiction Books and Founder of Chanticleer Press, Inc. and Chanticleer Co.
Architect and city planner, public housing pioneer
Protestant theologian of culture and philosopher of religion who popularized existential thought
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