He was born in Uman, Ukraine. He was a Russian-Yiddish teacher and the owner of a book business. He was the author of storybooks laden with morals, among them: Der gefunener bruder, a bild fun dem yudishen elend (The located brother, a picture of Jewish misery) (Berdichev, 1905), 16 pp.; Glik un trehren, eyne vahre geshikhte (Joy and tears, a true story) (Berdichev, 1905), 24 pp.
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