Reference: 31 JUL 2011 13:11:15
Note: Emigrated to U.S. at age 10.
Per 1910 census records, lived at 2003 7th Avenue, New York, NY with parents, her two children, two sisters, brother-in-law, and a niece.
Started as a milliner and dressmaker and gradually became a designer of evening clothes and wedding gowns in New York, had shop near Radio City. Became a Christian Scientist (went both to temple and church). Lived in Cedarhurst by 1940 (lived with Amsterdam family in 1940 per census) and Atlantic Beach, Long Island late in life. Became an artist (painting) later in life around age 79 through the Golden Age Club in Woodmere and had numerous exhibitions (three of her paintings hung in the Museum of Modern Art). Nicknames were "Toni" and "Tonchi". Buried at Wellwood Cemetery under the name Antoinette Markowitz
Changedate: 16 MAR 2020
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