KHAYIM LYUBOMIRSKI (HYMAN LEWBIN) (b. August 12, 1895)
The brother of Shiye Lyubomirski, he was born in Brusilov (Brusyliv), Kiev district, Ukraine. He studied in religious elementary school and later was an external student and a private tutor. At the start of 1910 he moved to the United States. He completed high school there in 1917 and dentistry school in 1921. He served in the American army. Around 1916 he debuted in print with a poem in English in the Chattanooga Times, later publishing articles on the plastic arts in: Tsukunft (Future), Yidishe kultur (Jewish culture), Morgn-frayhayt (Morning freedom), and Zamlungen (Anthologies)—in New York; and Shikage (Chicago) and Idisher kuryer (Jewish courier) in Chicago. Into English he translated: H. Smoliar, Fun minsker geto (From the Minsk ghetto, 1946) as Resistance in Minsk, excerpts appearing in Jewish Life. He was a member of Workmen’s Circle. He was last living in Oakland, California.