Arthur Bullard (1879–1929)

Author of Comrade Yetta

Includes the names: Albert Edwards

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"Born in Missouri in 1879, Bullard graduated from the Blair Academy in Blairstown, NJ and attended Hamilton College for two years. He subsequently worked as a probation officer in New York City, during which time he wrote several essays on criminology. His work as a foreign correspondent for various American and European journals, which began in 1904, was highlighted by editorships with THE OUTLOOK (1914) and OUR WORLD (1922-1924). Like his press writings (sometimes published under the pseudonym Albert Edwards) his later novels, travel books, and political volumes drew on his travels through Eastern and Western Europe, Russia, North Africa, and Central America. Bullard was also a statesman. He served on the Committee on Public Information's divisions in Washington, Western Russia, and Siberia from 1917 to 1919, was chief of the Russian Division of the Department of State from 1919 to 1921, worked for John W. Davis during his presidential campaign in 1924, and was a representative of the League of Nations Non-Partisan Association in Geneva. He died in Geneva on September 10, 1929."
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