In 1930 he published a short book about Yiddish stenography. In his introduction to it, he wrote: “This stenographic system is the only practical system for the Yiddish language which someone successfully created.” The course was designed for thirty lessons. There is as well in the booklet a special correspondence course for pupils outside New York. Subsequent editions of this book include: Idishe stenografye (Yiddish stenography), “a practical method to pick up and note down words” (New York, 1930); Lernt idishe stenografye, a praktishe metode far shnelshrift, sistematish oysgearbet far der praktik (Learn Yiddish stenography, a practical method for quick writing, systematically produced for actual use), second improved edition (New York, 1937); Lerent idishe stenografye, a praktishe metode far shnelshrift (Learn Yiddish stenography, a practical method for quick writing) (New York, 1949), 63 pp. Further information about him remains unknown.
Sources: “Bikher derhaltn in redaktsye” (Books received by the editorial board), Tsukunft (New York) (June 1930); M. Elkin, “Dos yidishe bukh in amerike” (The Yiddish book in America), Yorbukh (New York) (1950/1951).