SAM (SALOMON) VAYNMAN (b. 1879)
He was born in a village not far from Slobodka, western Ukraine. He became a laborer in his youth. He was a contributor to the Jewish revolutionary movement in 1905, and thereafter left for the United States. For a time he lived in New York, later in Philadelphia. He was the author of a book of poems entitled Geklibene lider (Coillected poetry), vol. 1 (Philadelphia, 1935), 159 pp., and of a work of prose, Mayn yugend (My youth) (Philadelphia, 1935), 312 pp., in which he described his childhood and youthful years in a Ukrainian village.
Source: Tsukunft (New York) (January 1936).