References and Acknowledgements
Geneology Tree - WELLER, John and Emma (Thies)
Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wisconsin Census - 1930
Stambaugh High School Yearbook
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 1992
The Associated Press
Collector Editions, 1995
Hearst’s International Cosmopolitan, 1936
Thomas Pegelow Kaplan: The Language of Nazi Genocide: Linguistic Violence and the Struggle of
Germans of Jewish Ancestry" Cambridge University Press
Round Robins from Berlin: Louis P. Lochner's Letters to His Children, 1932-1941, Published 1967
Houghton Library, Harvard College Library (George Grosz papers 1893-1959)
Worthopedia - Premier Price Guide, 2009
Wisconsin Historical Society Press
We have undoubtedly omitted, unintentionally, a number of people who made our presentation of the history of WB Studios and the biography of Walter Brockmann possible. Many are listed below.
An avid collector, whose name I have embarrassingly forgotten, but to whom I will be forever indebted. She provided catalog pages and directions on where to look for more.
Jo Ann Taylor - Former Studio Artist and Studio Owner
Lisa Poinsett - Former Studio Artist
Roberta "Bobbie" Hamilton - Former Studio Artist
Mary Ann Murphy - Former Studio Owner
Lee Moore - Former Studio Owner
Tracy Moore - Former Studio Owner
John Decou - Historian
Kathrine Bringewatt - Former Employee - Bachmans
abendstunde49 - An unknown Internet person who knew Mr. Brockmann in the two years prior to his death.
"I met Walter when he and his son moved to California in 1990. Walter spoke of his time with the jazz band as a highlight in his eventful life. He managed to keep his record collection through many moves . . . Here are some snapshots from Walter's photo album" Messages with Frank followed this initial introduction.