The home of the District Physician

Minda (born Blehr) and Hans Lemmich Juell moved to Rolighed in 1875 with their four young daughters.

District Physician Juell was a well-respected man, and was called ”the friend of paupers”. The Juells’ home was hospitable and cultural, and a meeting place for many of the more prominent personalities of the age. Their daughters were famed for their beauty. The most famous of them, Dagny (born 1867), was a central figure in Berlin’s bohemian circles, and became an author. Her life ended tragically when she was shot in Tblisi, only 34 years old.