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Siegfried, late 19th-century German physician. See: Sturge-Kalischer-Weber syndrome.
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[1] It was first described by Sturge in 1879 in a 6-year-old girl with facial nevus, and later, cerebral involvement was demonstrated by Kalischer in 1897 [2] It is often associated with seizures and other neurologic complications, including mental retardation, contralateral hemiparesis, and glaucoma.
Right: Clemens Kalischer, Merce Cunningham Dance Class, Black Mountain College, 1948, gelatin silver print, 10 x 8".
Most priority claims do not involve a direct confrontation in the literature between or among opposing rivals, as was the case for Franz and Kalischer. Usually, priority disputes originate with other scholars, as shown in examples below.
Kalischer in 1897 demonstrated the cerebral involvement.
279-284 (Isaiah 2:2-4, Jeremiah 23:56, Malachi 3:23-4, and selections from Babylonian Talmud Sanhedrin 98a, and Avot de-Rabbi Natan, Saadia Gaon, Maimonides, Zvi Hirsch Kalischer)
1983 Jarik, George 2009 Jennings, Burgess H 1984 Jennings, Irving C 1975 Jesnsen, R.E 2005 Johnson, Victor J 1998 Jordan, Carl H 2010 Jordan, Richard C 1983 Jorgensen, Robert 2003 Kalischer, Milton 1979 Kennedy, Edwin C 2004 Kennedy, John M 2004 Kenny, Eoin 2008 Kilker, Robert L 2003 Kirkland, Rod 1996 Knights, Charles R 2011 Kramer, Daniel E 2004 Kroll, Morton 2009 Kuehner, Richard L 2004 L'Anglais, F 2007 Lesser, N.I 2005 Lewis, Oliver K 2011 Linstromberg, William J 2003 Lipshultz, Max 2009 Lloyd, Robert T 2004 Loewer, Harald E 2012 Logsdon, R.F 2005 Lotz, W.A 2007 MacPhee, Carl W 2007 McMinn, David N 2007 McNall, Preston E 2003 McNeil, Daniel C 2000 Meckler, Milton 2008 Menster, Paul C 2003 Merrick, Richard H 2003 Miller, Clint D 2006 Missimer, Dale J 2001 Morabito, Bruno P.
These photographs from the 1980s were taken by Clemens Kalischer, one of the community members who helped found the Indiadn Line CSA.
Twice, Rabbi Kalischer urged the head of the Rothschild family and Moses Montefiore to buy Palestine -- or, at least, Jerusalem -- from the Ottoman Sultan.
In the mid-19th century, when Abraham Geiger was at the height of his influence in the Reform movement, both Judah Alkalai in Serbia and Zvi Hirsch Kalischer in Poland proposed in their rabbinic writings that Jewish settlement of Israel be a springboard of the coming of the messiah.
His "precursors" are the nineteenth-century Jewish thinkers, the rabbis Judah Alkalai and Tzvi Hirsch Kalischer and Moses Hess.
Around the corner is Image Gallery, featuring photographs by Clemens Kalischer, in addition to sculpture, prints, and paintings by other artists, and Origins Gallery offers African tribal art collected by owner Albert Gordon.