He came from Poland. In the years between the two world wars, he was a leader of Poale Agudat-Yisrael (Workers of Agudat Yisrael) and the Beys Yamkev schools in Poland. He was the author of booklets to learn Yiddish, entitled: Hantbukh ekht-yidish (Handbook for authentic Yiddish), “to learn the Yiddish language for religious elementary schools and religious girls’ schools,” booklet A (Siedlce, 1926), 12 pp.; booklet B and C (Lodz: Mesora, 1927), 24 pp. each. Other biographical details remain unknown.
Source: Biblyografishe yorbikher fun yivo (Bibliographic yearbooks from YIVO) (Warsaw, 1928), p. 106.
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