She hailed from a small settlement in Byelorussia. As a youth she emigrated to the United States, and in the 1930s lived in New York. She published poems with popular and labor motifs in Fraye arbeter shtime (Free voice of labor), and a book entitled Folkstimlekhe lider (Popular poems) (New York, 1933), 64 pp.
Source: P. Vyernik, in Morgn-zhurnal (New York) (January 6, 1935).
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