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consultant , newspaper executive , translator

Frederick Mordecai Shaine, American newspaper executive, consultant, translator. Grantee Ford Foundation New Career Scholarship, 1970. Member advisory council Casa Italiana, Columbia University, 1967-1970. With United States Coast Guard, 1941-1945. Member Society for Italian History Studies.

Background

Shaine, Frederick Mordecai was born on February 5, 1916 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Joseph and Mollie (Prescott) Shaine.

Education

Student, University Vermont, 1935. Bachelor in General Studies, Columbia University, 1970.

Career

From copy boy to advertising sales representative, Boston Herald, 1933, 36-41; advertising representative, O'Mara & Ormsbee, New York City, 1946-1958; advertising director Book Review, New York Herald Tribune, 1958-1963; business manager Book Week, National Sun newspaper supplement, 1963-1966; business manager Book World, Sun. book review, Washington Post/Chicago Tribune, New York City, 1966-1972; director New York operations, European Stars and Stripes, New York City, 1972-1995. Consultant to Armed Forces Info Superior vena cava syndrome, Department Defense, 1996-1997. Translation from Italian: And No Quarter, 1972.

Reviewer and translator various publications.

Membership

Member advisory county Casa Italiana, Columbia University, 1967-1970. With United States Coast Guard, 1941-1945. Member Society for Italian History Studies, P.E.N., The Players.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, travel, translating, bridge.

Connections

Married Sylvia Pollack, March 21, 1944. 1 child, Frederick Mordecai Junior (Rick).

father:
Joseph Shaine

mother:
Mollie (Prescott) Shaine

spouse:
Sylvia Pollack

child:
Frederick Mordecai Junior Shaine (Rick)