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Fülöp-Miller, René, 1891-1963



  • Existence: 1891 - 1963


Rene Füllöp-Miller was born Philip Müller to an Alsatian immigrant and a Serbian mother on February 17, 1891 in Caransebes, Romania (then Austro-Hungarian Empire). During his career as a journalist and editor he resided in various places such as Vienna, Paris, Lausanne, Budapest, Moscow, London, Los Angeles and New York. His publications include "Rasputin: The Holy Devil" (1927), "The Power and Secrets of the Jesuits" (1930), "Triumph over Pain" (1938) and "The Night of Time" (1955). Fülöp-Miller died on May 17, 1963 in Hanover, New Hampshire.

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René Fülöp-Miller papers

Identifier: MS-75
Date(s): 1940 to 1961

Rene Füllöp-Miller (1891-1963), cultural historian and writer. The collection contains manuscripts and typescripts as well as published material by him and his wife Erika Renon.

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