YULYUS (YULIUS) FRIDMAN (JULIUS FRIDMANIS) (b. 1897)
He was born in Riga, Latvia. He graduated from a Russian Jewish elementary school and went on to work in a print shop. Until WWII he was a technical contributor to the Yiddish press in Riga. He spent the years of WWII in the Soviet Union. He contributed articles on press matters to: Dos folk (The people) and Frimorgn (Morning), among others, in Riga. In book form: Afishn-zats (Poster composition) (Riga, 1935), 16 pp.; Der yidisher alveltlekher hant-zetser (The world Jewish hand compositor) (Riga, 1934), 12 pp.; Drukeray-laytung (Publishing house directions) (Riga, 1935), 16 pp.; Dos naye tsaytung-geshtalt (The new newspaper image) (Riga, 1935), 32 pp. He was last living in Riga.
Sources: Perets Vyernik, in Morgn-zhurnal (New York) (April 7, 1935); Y. Rudinov and H. Aktsin, in Riger relief (Riga) (June 3, 1948).
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