KHANE BUSHEL-SOLOV (ANNIE BUSHEL-SOLOW) (b. 1894)
Born in Slonim, Grodno district, in 1931 she emigrated to the United States. Her first publication came in 1936 with a poem in Fraye arbeter shtime (Free voice of labor). She also published poems in Eygns (Expressly), Tog (Day), and elsewhere. Among her books: Mayne bleter, lider (My leaves, poems) (New York, 1950), 96 pp.; and Lider un opshatsungen (Poems and critiques) (Buenos Aires, 1959), 141 pp. She received an award from Tog-morgn-zhurnal (Daily morning journal) in August 1954 and January 1955 for her poems in section entitled “Krumer shpigl” (Crooked mirror) in the newspaper.
Berl Kagan, comp., Leksikon fun yidish-shraybers (Biographical dictionary of Yiddish writers) (New York, 1986), col. 77.
This is my grandmother, Khane. One correction. She did not emigrate to America in 1931, but in 1910. As my father, Benjamin Solow, was born in N.Y. in 1917, it is clear that she was here before that!ReplyDelete
Beth Solow Mills