HENEKH SHTEYN (HENRY STEIN) (b. August 14, 1910)
He was born in Rogeve (Raguva), Lithuania. He graduated from a Hebrew public school and studied Tanakh and Talmud with his grandfather. In 1929 he joined his father in Baltimore. He wrote articles, stories, and poetry in: Idishe shtime (Jewish voice), Folksblat (People’s newspaper), and Dos vort (The word) in Kovno; and Tog-morgn-zhurnal (Day-morning journal), Der amerikander (The American), and Algemeyne zhurnal (General journal) in New York; as well as several articles in the anthology Lite (Lithuania) (New York, 1951; Tel Aviv, 1965). In book form: Af beyde zaytn atlantik, poemen un baladn (On both sides of the Atlantic, poems and ballads) (Baltimore, 1937), 46 pp. He published dramas in English. His pen names include: A. Rogover and Khanekh ben Nokhum.
Source: Jewish Times (Baltimore) (June 27, 1975).