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Letters, photographs, exhibition catalogs, writings, an interview, printed material and miscellany regarding Vogel's career as a children's book illustrator and gallery owner. Approximately 100 letters and postcards from J. B. Neumann; photographs of Vogel, J. B. Neumann, Howard Knotts, Markus Krause and others; catalogs published by Neumann's gallery New Art Circle at 41 East 57th Street in New York City and several catalogs published by Galerie Gerd Rosen, Berlin; two annotated books, "Galerie Gerd Rosen: Die Avantgarde in Berlin, 1945-1950," by Markus Krause, 1995, and "What I Believe by Bertrand Russell, 1925"; a 1985 interview on cassette of Vogel conducted by Lily Harmon; newspaper clippings.
Ilse-Margret Vogel papers, [circa 1949-1993]. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Children's book illustrator and gallery owner; New York, N.Y. Prior to moving to the United States from Berlin, Vogel opened the Galerie Gerd Rosen, the first modern art gallery in Berlin in the 1940s.
Donated 2007 by Howard Knotts, c/o Nancy Lindbloom. Knotts was Vogel's husband.
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