He authored the following booklets: A yudishe neshome (A Jewish soul), “a popular tale” (Przemysl, 1927), 38 pp.; Shloyme hameylekhs tokhter (King Solomon’s daughter), “a historical tale” (Przemysl, 1928), 32 pp., reissued in 1932; and Der farshvundener, vos iz antdekt gevorn durkh dem bavustn detektiv sherlok holmes (The missing person who was discovered by the special detective Sherlock Holmes) (Przemysl, 1928), 31 pp., reissued in 1932. He may have been the same person as Meshulam-Zalmen Goldblum (1836-1915), an author of Hebrew plays and two booklets of poetry. Biographical details remain unknown.
Source: Gershom Bader, Medina veḥakhameha (The state and its sages) (New York, 1934), see index.