Anspacher, Louis Kaufman, 1878-1947Variant names
Louis Kaufman Anspacher (1878-1947), Columbia University A.M., 1899; Ll.B., 1902, was an American author, playwright, director, and public lecturer.
From the guide to the Lois Kaufman Anspacher Papers, 1897-1948., (Columbia Unviersity. Rare Book and Manuscript Library, )
Louis Kaufman Anspacher was an American playwright and director.
From the description of Louis Kaufman Anspacher collection of papers, 1912-1924. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122533746
From the guide to the Louis Kaufman Anspacher collection of papers, 1912-1924, (The New York Public Library. Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature.)
Louis K. Anspacher (1878-1947) was a playwright, author, lecturer, and occasional actor. He published seventeen plays between 1904 and 1940 and toured extensively in the U.S. lecturing on drama, art, politics, and social problems. He also published poetry and literary and social criticism. Anspacher was an active supporter of women's suffrage and birth control.
From the description of Louis K. Anspacher Papers, 1903-1960, bulk (1911-1940). (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122455971
Louis K. Anspacher (1878-1947) was a playwright, author, lecturer, and occasional actor. Born in Ohio, he was raised, educated and resided in New York City and its environs. After taking degrees in law and philosophy at Columbia University in 1905, Anspacher turned to writing for the theater and lecturing for his livelihood. He published 17 plays between 1904 and 1940, as well as lecturing at the League for Political Education (1906-1947), the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences (1908-1947), and at Columbia University/Institue of Arts and Sciences. He toured extensively in the United States/lecturing on drama, art, politics, and social problems, often while acting in touring theater companies under an assumed name. In addition to his plays, Anspacher published three collections of poetry from 1943-1946, including several works commissioned by Isadora Duncan, and seven volumes of literary and social criticism and philosophy. Dr. Anspacher was also an active supporter of woman suffrage and birth control.
From the guide to the Louis K. Anspacher papers, 1903-1960, 1911-1940, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.)
Columbia University A.M., 1899; Ll.B., 1902.
From the description of Louis Kaufman Anspacher papers, 1897-1948. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 460879268
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