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Isaac Bashevis Singer / Spouse
Alma Wassermann
In 1938, he met Alma Wassermann née Haimann (1907–1996), a German-Jewish refugee from Munich, and they married in 1940. Location Depicted, United States-- ...
Jun 19, 1997 · That woman, Alma Singer, who died in 1996, now lies next to Singer, but within feet of Wassermann -- a woman buried between her first and ...
Jun 19, 1997 · The story really begins in a Catskills resort. The then-Alma Wassermann, a stylish, self-absorbed, 30-year-old refugee born in Germany, was ...
Nov 5, 2006 · In 1940, he married the German-Jewish Alma Haimann Wasserman, whom he had met in the Catskills and who left her wealthy husband and two ...
Born in Munich, Bavaria, Germany on 7 Jan 1907 to Paul Haimann and Lina Bach. Alma Haimann Wassermann married Isaac (Icek-Hersz) Bashevis Singer and had 1 ...
Genealogy for Alma Singer (Haimann) (1907 - 1996) family tree on Geni, ... Alma Wassermann (born Haimann) in MyHeritage family trees (Stern Family website) ... Immediate Family: Daughter of Paul Hugo Haimann and Lina Haimann; Wife of Isaac Bashevis Singer, Nobel Prize in Literature ...
May 1, 2012 · After her divorce from Wasserman and subsequent marriage to Singer, Alma worked as a seamstress. She then became a buyer for a Brooklyn ...
Jan 15, 2015 · FL: His second wife, Alma Wassermann, who was a German-Jewish refugee from Munich, had married him in 1940. How did that dynamic work?
Alma Wassermann (born Haimann) was born on month day 1907, at birth place, to Paul Haimann and Karoline (Lina) Haimann (born Bach).
Jun 7, 2004 · In 1940, Singer married Alma Wassermann, a German Jewish refugee who, improbably enough, spoke no Yiddish and who left a prosperous husband ...