Tuesday 5 September 2017


            She hailed from Russia and came to the United States after WWI.  She lived in Philadelphia and after 1938 in New York.  She was a factory worker, a nurse, and a teacher in an elementary school.  She published poems in Nuarker shtern (Newark star) and Di idishe velt (The Jewish world) in Philadelphia, which were included in the volume In der hoykh (On high) (Newark, 1938), 126 pp.; it included a section entitled “Moyshelekh un shloymelekh” (Moyshes and Shloymes) for Yiddish primary schools.  From 1946 she was living in Florida.

Source: Information from Mrs. Zilber in New York.
Khayim Leyb Fuks

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