AVROM OSTROVER (b. April 1901)
Born in Plotsk (Płock), Poland. He was the brother of the Russian Jewish writer Liev Ostrovyer. During WWI, he was a leader of Hashomer Hatsair (“the youth guard,” a youth Zionist socialist group). He was by vocation a lawyer. In the 1940s he came to the United States (Washington) as a refugee. He published a booklet of poems entitled In ofte farnakhtn (On many an evening) (Warsaw, 1922), 44 pp.
Source: Plotsk, bletlekh geshikhte fun yidishn lebn in alter heym (Plotsk, pages from the history of Jewish life in the old country) (Buenos Aires, 1945)