Friedland, Abraham Hyman

(1891 -1939)
   American writer and educator. He was born in Hordok, near Vilna, and emigrated to the US in 1906. In 1911 he founded the National Hebrew School in New York. He later served as superintendent of the Cleveland Hebrew Schools, and in 1924 became director of the Cleveland Bureau of Jewish Education. He wrote poems, short stories and articles, and edited educational texts.

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