|Creator:||Eisenstadt-Jeleznov, Mikhail, 1900-1970 Moscow on the Hudson.|
|Abstract:||Papers (1940-1979) include biographical information, correspondence with publishers, manuscripts and typescripts, clippings of Eisenstadt-Jelezkov's columns and articles, and notes on Greek mythology.|
|Language:||In English and Yiddish.|
A writer and journalists, Mikhail Eisenstadt-Jeleznov (pseud. M. K. Argus)(1900-1970) was born in Minsk, Russia, and came to New York in 1924. For many years, he worked for Novoye Russkoye Slovo (The New Russian World) as a humor and political columnist. Under his pseudonymn, he authored several books, including Moscow on the Hudson (1951) and A Rogue With Ease (1953). He also contributed to the Saturday Review and wrote several books in Russian.
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The Eisenstadt-Jeleznov, Mikhail Papers, Russian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
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