Elisheva Kramer (Elis Velikovsky) (b. July 27, 1895 d. June 24, 1983) was the wife of Immanuel Velikovsky. They married on Apr. 15, 1923 in Berlin, Germany by Rabbi Munk. She was then a violin student. Her father was George Tuvia Kramer, a bookstore owner. Later in the United States, she studied sculpture (see the Yale Scientific magazine cover) as a student of Oronzio Maldarelli at Columbia University, subsequently having work exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Her father was George Tuvia Kramer, who ran a Hebrew bookstore in Hamburg; her mother died when Elisheva was 19. She is buried in the B'Nai Israel Memorial Park, New Jersey.