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Note: any relation to ?? - (?) Gutmann (abt. 1715 - ) & (?) (abt. 1700 - ) "ch. Hirsch Elkanan Gutmann (abt. 1740 Schwandorf, Bavaria, Germany - 10/30/1819 Schwandorf) & (?) ( - bef. 1819 Schwandorf) <parents of Heinrich Elkanan Gutmann (1761 Schwandorf - 12/24/1834 Schwandorf) & Klara (?), Mendel "Yom-Tov" von Gutmann (abt. 1775 Baiersdorf, Germany - abt. 1850) & Gitel (?) (abt. 1775 - abt. 1850)>" ?? (source: Richard Bloom email)
Marcus Leopold GUTMANN Born: 1772 Died: 1839 + Dobresch (see SPIRA-FRÄNKEL family) Died: abt 1853 Father: Anschel Spira-Fränkel ( - 1810) Mother: Dobresch (?) ( - 1787)
Note: JE, wikipedia; image of 1886 Villa Gutmann, Helenenstraße-72, Baden by Vienna, ref. "Familien ritter von Gutmann und freiherr Meyer von Ketschendorf"; Wilhelm Wolf Isaak Ritter von Gutmann beginning of the 50s of the 19th Century establish a coal business firm Gebrüder Gutmann with his younger brother David ritter von Gutmann, later becoming one of the most important companies in this industry. Anselm von Rothschild joined the brothers Gutmann together to build the Vítkovice iron works near Ostrava, Moravia. Very early the value of - to put it in modern terms - human capital seem to see, particularly their social benefits for local workers employed by the construction of houses, educational institutions, as well as a kind of accident and pension insurance worth mentioning. In addition to iron and steel production, coal production and trade, the company of Gebrüder Gutmann included soon factories for sugar, alcohol, juice, soda, cellulose and fireclay production, a coach factory in Studénka (Stauding), Moravia and a mineral oil factory in Floridsdorf. In 1878, the Leipnik, Moravian-born Gutmann received the hereditary knighthood (Knight of the Order of the Iron Crown III. cl)..
Note: wiki Max joined the paternal company in 1883, partner in 1888, promoted development of the Witkowitzer ironworks & defended with Albert von Rothschild their independence against the Karl (see Wittgenstein family) dominating the Austro-Hungarian coal industry. Max expanded his family companies, 1892-1916 acquiring 12,000 hectares of land in the Strechen (Rottenmann, Styria). His half-brother Rudolf Gutmann aquired land 1880-1966 in Kalwang (Styria), totalling Gutmann lands of 50,000 hectares beginning of WW- I. 1900 Max took over Maschinenfabrik Andritz (now Andritz AG)..1922 established the Bank Gutmann.. the Bank continues to this day. Max became a member of the House of Lords in 1917, received numerous awards, including the honorary doctorates from the universities of Aachen and Leoben. Gutmann was also President of Zentralverband of industrial of Austria. He generously promoted the peace initiatives by Bertha von Suttner.. His heirs sold the property Strechen during the annexation of Austria to the industrialist Friedrich Flick
? *2nd wife of Max von Gutmann: Emilie HARTMANN Born: 1877 Married: 1896 Died: 1953 Siblings: Amelie Hartmann baronin *geni & Carl von Ferstel below Aunt: Pauline Hartmann (1836 - 4/3/1917 Vienna) NFP Father: Ernst Hartmann (1/8/1844 Hamburg, Germany - 10/10/1911 Vienna) NFP Vienna court actor wiki, *geni Mother: Helene Schneeberger (9/14/1843 Mannheim, Germany - 3/12/1898 Vienna) Vienna court actor above
*2nd wife of Wilhelm von Gutmann: Ida WODIANER Born: abt 1848 in Hungary? Died: May 31, 1924 in Vienna NFP Siblings: Rose-Anne Wodianer (7/8/1854 Vienna - 9/22/1937 Kallwang, Austria) & Jules (see Porges family) (5/25/1839 Vienna - 9/20/1921 Paris) diamond & mining magnate, became DeBeers co., Sophie Wodianer & (?) Pringsheim Father: Philipp (Fülöp) Wodianer (11/20/1820 Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary - 1/30/1899 Budapest) printer, publisher, landlord, financier in Baden wiki. Mother: Emma Porges (1827 - 1/20/1918 Vienna) NFP, *geni sister of Julius Porges ?her son-in-law?
*2nd husband of Elisabeth: Prince Franz I of (see LIECHTENSTEIN family) Franz de Paula Maria Karl August Schloss von Liechtenstein Born: Aug 28, 1853 Married: Jul 22, 1929 in Vienna. Died: Jul 25, 1938 in Valtice (Fedsberg), Moravia, Czech *wikipedia, geni, thepeerage Father: Prince Aloys II of Liechtenstein (5/25-26/1796 Vienna - 11/12/1858 Lednice /Eisgrub, Moravia) wikipedia Mother: countess Franziska Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau (8/8/1813 Vienna - 2/5/1881 Vienna) *geni, wikipedia, "house of Kinsky" wikipedia
Note: Neimeyer & page2 - on Rudolf ritter von Gutmann, Vienna, Book; My Hunting Expedition in the Year 1909 "Seattle/Vancouver - Alaska - Chukchi Peninsula - Kamchatka, author’s edition printed as manuscript 1912, 2 unpag. leaves title + dedication, 30 pp. with route map + 87 heliogravures on mounted China of varying size as dedicated plate each from the author’s on-the-spot photographs.. With a company of five Baron Gutmann left Europe June 15, 1909, on the Lloyd steamer Kaiser Wilhelm II to reach, after short stays in New York, Chicago and the Yellowstone Park, Seattle on July 6 and by this the Norwegian steamer “Transit” chartered for the purpose of the hunting expedition.. - maritime experience serving your maritime collectionjan Hendrik Niemeyer art trader since 1992"
Note: the Gutmann Villa at Weilburgstrasse 16, in Baden was occupied by several of the family members, including the family of dr. Ludwig & Mathilde. The property was owned until 1938
Note: Otto followed his 2nd wife Lotte Lehman around the world, while his children remained in Vienna with Margarethe whose family was wealthy and influential in Vienna prior to 1938 ref. in Friedmann, Gutmann, Lieben, Mandl, Strakosch book - by Marie-Theres Arnbom The children were barely able to escape the Nazis with help from Lotte Lehman, who tried to help her step-children in USA
Note: wikipedia; Charlotte, a German Soprano who was especially associated with German repertory. She gave memorable performances in the operas of Richard (see Strauss family. The Marschallin in Der Rosenkavalier was considered her greatest role. During her long career, Lehmann also made more than 500 recordings.. Just before Germany annexed Austria in 1938, Lehmann emigrated to USA, where she sang at the San Francisco Opera and the Metropolitan Opera until 1945.. For her contribution to the recording industry, Lehmann has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 1735 Vine St. However, her first name is misspelled there as Lottie."
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