|Index of surnames|
|Charlotte (Lotti) Pollak (1885 - 1971)|
|b. 01 Apr 1885 at Cologne, Germany|
|m. Max (Mordechai) Goldschmidt (1883 - 1977)|
|d. 08 Nov 1971 at Long Beach, CA, USA aged 86|
|Events in Charlotte (Lotti) Pollak (1885 - 1971)'s life|
|01 Apr 1885||Charlotte (Lotti) Pollak was born||Cologne, Germany|
|08 Nov 1971||86||Charlotte (Lotti) Pollak died||Long Beach, CA, USA|
|Burial||Los Angeles, CA, USA|
She was apprenticed as a seamstress at 14; then she was trained to keep house by her mother before her marriage in 1908. During World War I, she went back to making blouses.
After the war, she was in business with her husband. She was the contact and did all business with the wholesalers in Berlin.
Arrived in the USA on SS Scythia (Cunard) 2 January 1934.
In New York City, she was a custom dressmaker in partnership with her husband. They made copies of the dresses in the upscale department stores for their clients.
|Created on 21 Apr 2015|