HILLEL MEYTIN (1876-February 22, 1947)
He was born in Bobruysk, Byelorussia. In 1922 he arrived in the United States, settled in New York, and was a teacher and a leader in Workmen’s Circle schools. With Zalmen Yefroykin and Shoyel Malts, he was a co-editor of Kinder-tsaytung (Children’s newspaper), in which he published stories and poetry, often on biblical themes. He died in New York.
Source: Obituary notices in the Yiddish press.
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