DOVID TAYTS (b. 1910)
He was born in Riga, Latvia. He attended in a Hebrew high school and studied to be an engineer at the local university. For a time he was active in Zionist organizations, later involved with the Jewish left which he left after 1937. He debuted in print with a story entitled “A shlitele” (A little sled) in Frimorgn (Morning) in Riga (1931). He contributed also to: Yidishe bilder (Jewish images), Unzer vort (Our word), and the collection Riger shriftn (Riga writings) (1936), among others—all in Riga; Tog (Day) in Vilna; and Nayer folksblat (New people’s newspaper) in Lodz; and other serials. Further information remains unknown.
Source: Zalmen reyzen-arkhiv (Zalmen Reyzen archive) (New York, YIVO).
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