Lipschultz, Juliette Abt, 1904-1998
- Existence: 1904 - 1998
Juliette Abt Lipschultz, born in New York City on November 27, 1904, was a dancer in the 1920s and, throughout adolescence and young adulthood, was extremely active in the performing arts. She toured the United States as a member of the Albertina Rasch Ballet, and subsequently taught ballet in New York City. After this, she was offered a position at the Block School of Music in Chicago where she would serve as the head of the Dancing Department. She married Samuel Lipschultz and eventually became the mother of two girls, Karen Lipschultz (later DeCrow) and Claudia Lipschultz. After Samuel Lipschultz’s death in 1960, Juliette and Claudia moved to Miami Beach, Florida, where Juliette would live for the rest of her life. She died in Miami Beach on May 2, 1998.
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Overview The Juliette Lipschultz Papers offer a detailed narrative surrounding the life and work of Juliette Abt Lipschultz. This collection features items from her career as a dancer during the 1920s, materials pertaining to her life and interests, and correspondence describing her human relationships, especially with her two daughters, Karen DeCrow and Claudia Lipschultz.