Speeches and writings, biographical data, and photographs, relating to agriculture, especially in northern climates, and to
Russian émigré affairs.
B. M. Bensin was born in Russia on 30 January 1881 (O. S.). He received his education in agricultural sciences at the University
of Minnesota, graduating with an M.S. in 1912. Returning to Russia, he authored a pamphlet entitled Izuchenie zasukhoustoichivykh
ras sel'sko-khoziaistvennykh rastenii in 1913. After 1920, he emigrated to Czechosovakia, where he published Sel'skoe khoziaistvo
i kooperatsiia v S.-Amerikie (Prague, 1923) and Shkola i sel'skoe khoziaistvo (Prague, 1924).
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