During World War II, she was evacuated to Sweden with other Danish Jews. She taught Greek in the Danish school in Lund.
In 1916, she published a catalog of Greek manuscripts in the Royal Library, Copenhagen. In 1931, she was awarded the Tagea Brandt Rejselegat. At the time of her death she had made substantial progress towards a first edition of the Etymologicum Genuinum, a project continued under the direction of Klaus Alpers. (via Wikipedia)