Madame Ulla Wolff, the well-known German authoress and journalist, died here today, at the age of 74.
Mme Wolff, who has written a number of popular novels, was the first woman journalist in Germany and was the Berlin correspondent of the New York Staats Zeitung. She was a descendent of the famous Jewish Rabbinical family Eiger. Her oldest son, Dr. Richard Frankfurter, is President of the German Democratic Party.
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