Olgin, Moses Joseph (Novomski, Moissaye)
- (1876-1939)American journalist and translator. He was born near Kiev, and began his career as a teacher. In 1913 he moved to Vienna, where he was co-editor of the Bundist Yiddish weekly Di tsayt. He emigrated to the US and settled in New York in 1914. He was a staff member of the Yiddish daily paper Forverts, and later edited the communist Yiddish daily Freiheit and the monthly Der hamer. He wrote about political affairs, literature and the theatre.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.