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HARLAND, HENRY (pseudonym, Sydney Luska ):

American author; born at St. Petersburg March, 1861; educated at the College of the City of New York and at Harvard. From 1883 to 1886 he was in the office of the surrogate of New York, after which he removed to London and became editor of the "Yellow Book," to which many well-known authors contributed. He is the author of the following novels dealing with Jewish subjects: "Mrs. Peixada"; "As It Was Written"; and "The Yoke of the Thorah" (1900).

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