He came from a town in Poland. By trade he was a cobbler. In Warsaw’s Folks-shtime (Voice of the people) (August 1956), he published in installments a long story entitled Ester (Esther), a description of Polish Jewish life in a small town on the eve of WWII. He lived in Lodz, Poland, where he worked in a shoemaking workshop.
Source: Folks-shtime (Warsaw) (August 11, 1956).