Helena Frank

Helena Constance Frank, born in 1872, was an English translator of Yiddish and Hebrew writing. The founder of the Anglo-Jewish Yiddish Literary Society, she was the translator of several titles, including Yiddish Tales (The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1912) and Morris Rosenfeld’s Songs of Labor and Other Poems (Richard G. Badger, 1914) with Rose Pastor Stokes. She died in 1954.