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Who is Alfred Steinberg?
Alfred Steinberg was an American historian and biographer who, during his prolific career, wrote 20 books on American history and 200 magazine articles for Reader's Digest, Collier's Weekly and Harper's, among others.
- born in (98 years ago)
- education: University of Minnesota
- died on (20 years ago)
- written works: "The bosses", "Eleanor Roosevelt.", "Sam Rayburn", "The first ten"
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by Samuel S. Hill, Charles H. Lippy, Charles Reagan Wilson
Johnson Papers, Johnson Library, Austin TX; Rebekah Baines Johnson, A Family Album; Alfred Steinberg, Sam Johnson's Boy. Monroe ...
by Robert Andrews
Quoted in: Alfred Steinberg, The Man from Missouri ( 1962).
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