Morgenstern, Lina (Breslau, Lina Bauerlin)
- (1830-1909)German writer. She founded a society for the welfare of poor youth at the age of 18. She later moved to Berlin where she continued with her work; subsequently she wrote a textbook concerning kindergartens, and served as president of a society that supported kindergartens. In 1896 she convened the first International Women's Congress in Berlin. She wrote books on varying topics including children's stories and novels.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.