In the late nineteenth century, he came from Russia to the United States. He lived in New York, Cleveland, and Philadelphia. He was a co-founder and one of the principal contributors to the daily Filadelfyer morgen-tsaytung (Philadelphia morning newspaper)—fifty-nine issues appeared from January 18 to March 20, 1907, in which he wrote the editorials. He also wrote for Yiddish newspapers in Cleveland and Pittsburgh at the beginning of the twentieth century. Further information remains unknown.
Sources: D. B. Pirkel, in Pinkes, amerikaner opteyl fun yivo (Records, American section of YIVO) (New York, 1927-1928), p. 161; M. Frihman, Fuftsik yor geshikhte fun idishen lebn in filadelfye (Fifty years of Jewish life in Philadelphia) (Philadelphia, 1935).
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