Pavel Albieri (August 1, 1861 - October 21, 1901), real name: Jan Mucek, was a Czech-American writer, poet, journalist and photographer. He was very active and enterprising. In his youth he became famous for a number of popular, artistically very valuable stories, especially from a military background. In the years 1884-89 published in East Bohemia regional magazine Ratibor. In 1889 he organized Czech visitors stay at the World Exhibition in Paris in 1895, he worked as a correspondent Ethnographic Exhibition. In the years 1890 to 1895 and after 1898 lived in the USA, where he engaged in trade journals and edited for the Czech minority; Bohemia travel and sending reports, illustrated by photographs and maps. Tragically killed in a fall on the tracks on vacation in Texas.