POPULAR EDUCATOR (#37, Second Year, 1940) IMMIGRANT TO INVENTOR
THE POPULAR EDUCATOR
No. 37, Second Year, 1940.
764 Digests of the World's Great Books in 53 Weekly Issues. Published by the National Educational Alliance, Inc.
IMMIGRANT TO INVENTOR
This autobiography of Michael Pupin is of great human interest. A captivating story of unlikely success, bought with hunger, determination, and hardship. Immigrant biographies will perhaps often offer such benefits. Few can hope to be as articulate and evocative as Michael Pupin's story of the long road from Idvor to New York, From Immigrant to Inventor. A young Serbian sheepherder who arrived in New York in the early spring time of 1874. This Pulitzer Prize winning work towers above other autobiographies in its complexity.
Nice condition with light cover wear (sun line at cover fore edge & micro fray at spine top) & clean pages. Just over 8-1/4 x 5-1/2. About 90 pages. Illustrated. Classic Americana literary journal.