1903 - 1996
country of citizenship: United States of America
languages spoken, written or signed: English
educated at: University of Oregon
occupation: novelist, journalist, pedagogue, writer, screenwriter, publicist
Kathrine Kressmann Taylor or Kressmann Taylor (born 1903 in Portland, Oregon – 14 July 1996) was an American writer, known mostly for her Address Unknown (1938), a short story written as a series of letters between a Jewish art dealer, living in San Francisco, and his business partner, who had returned to Germany in 1932. It is credited with exposing, early on, the dangers of Nazism to the American public. Source: Wikipedia (en)
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