Sunday 25 October 2015


            He was born in Pinsk.  In 1905 he emigrated to the United States for the first time, returned, and then in 1908 again came and remained in America.  He wrote articles and did translations from Russian and Yiddish for the English-language socialist daily newspaper The Call.  In Yiddish he published in Morgntsaytung (Morning newspaper), edited by B. Faygnboym in New York.  He also edited branch publications in Yiddish of the New York Workmen’s Circle and contributed to the technical editing of the anthology Toyznt yor pinsk (1000 years of Pinsk) (New York, 1941).

Source: Toyznt yor pinsk (New York, 1941), see index.

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