The German émigré photographer Elizabeth Coleman emigrated in 1941 to New York, where she photographed and published the photobook Chinatown U.S.A..
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Coleman, Elizabeth. Chinatown U.S.A. The John Day Company, 1946.
Phillips, Zlata Fuss, editor. German Children’s and Youth Literature in Exile 1933–1950. K.G. Saur, 2001.
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Schwitzerland (1935–1940); Portugal (1940–1941); New York, US (1941–1948?); Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (1948–?).
The John Day Company, 2 West 45th Street, Midtown Manhattan, New York City.
The German émigré photographer Carola Gregor was an animal and child photographer and published some of her work in magazines and books. Today her work and life are almost forgotten.
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Henry Rox was a German émigré sculptor and photographer who, in 1938, arrived in New York with his wife, the journalist and art historian Lotte Rox (née Charlotte Fleck), after an initial exile in London. Besides his work as a sculptor, he began creating humorous anthropomorphised fruit and vegetable photographs.
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Manhattan Magic is a photobook which was published in 1937 by the German émigré photographer Mario Bucovich in New York City.
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In 1932, after her remigration to Vienna, the Austrian journalist Ann Tizia Leitich published New York, an account of her life and writing experiences started as an emigrant in New York in the 1920s.
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Chinatown U.S.A. is a photobook published by the German émigré photographer Elizabeth Coleman in 1946 focusing on American-Chinese communities in New York and San Francisco.
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