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Samuel Albert; 'poet of taxis and delicatessens'

By Tom Long
Globe Staff / January 7, 2004

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Samuel L. Albert was an insurance man with the soul of a poet. While supporting his family as an agent of Washington National and Connecticut General Life insurance companies, he wrote poems that were published in Atlantic Monthly, the Hudson Review, and other prestigious journals. (Full Article: 556 Words)

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