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Otto S. Moses

OTTO S. MOSES is a young man who has been connected with the mercantile interests of Nome and has mined in the Blue Stone region. He has contributed in no small degree to the social life of Nome. He is the fortunate possessor of a remarkably fine baritone voice, which bears unmistakable evidence of assiduous cultivation. A dramatic entertainment or a social session in Nome would not be complete without a song from Otto Moses.

He was born in Germany, November 18, 1872, and immigrated to New York  when a small boy. He was educated in the New York public schools and in the City. College. He received his musical education from private tutors. He went to Seattle in 1900, and in the spring of that year came to Nome.  

Source: Nome and Seward Peninsula by R. S. Harrison. Seattle: The Metropolitan Press, 1905.




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