She was active in the Jewish anarchist movement in Warsaw at the end of the nineteenth century and beginning of the twentieth. She wrote correspondence pieces for the London anarchist publications Zherminal (Germinal) and Arbayter fraynd (Friend of labor). She translated anarchist brochures into Yiddish from Polish, Russian, and German; these appeared (with and without her signature) from the anarchist publishing houses “Frayhayt” (Freedom) and “Arbayter fraynd”—in London; and Folk (People) in Warsaw; among others. They included: Vera, Eyne fun a sakh (One from many) (Warsaw, 1904), 46 pp. She also wrote under such pen names as: F. L. and Franye.
Source: Information from Sh. Linder in New York.
Khayim Leyb Fuks