MacFie, Robert Andrew Scott

MacFie, Robert Andrew Scott
   England. Businessman and amateur scholar. Contributor to the Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society, he sometimes wrote under the Romani pseudonym Andreas Mui Shuko ("Dry Face"). His collection of books was donated to the Liverpool University Library.

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