Solis-Cohen, Solomon

(1857-1948)
   American physician and poet. He was professor of clinical medicine at Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia (1904-27), and was also active in Jewish and Zionist organizations. He translated Hebrew poetry into English, including Ibn Ezra's Selected Poems.

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