ANNIE GOLUB (1887-1939)
She was born in Vasilishek, Vilna region, Lithuania. She received a Jewish education. In 1905 she emigrated to the United States and became a sweatshop worker. At the same time, she was active in radical labor circles in New York. She published lyrical poetry in Louie Miller’s daily newspaper Di varhayt (The truth) in New York (1906-1912) and Di tsukunft (The future) in New York, among other serials. From the early 1920s until 1939, she lived in the town of Corpus Christi, Texas. She died there.