Friedlein Daniel Edward

Bookseller, bookbinder, publisher, born in Krakow in 1802, died in Krzeszowice in 1855. The son of Jan Jerzy Fryderyk, he acquired his knowledge from him and from his travels. He worked in his father’s bookstore, but after a few years he also started his own. After his father’s death, he joined them together and bought Jan Maj’s “Gazeta Krakowska”. During the Spring of Nations, he brought progressive emigration prints to Krakow. In 1848, “Czas” was published in his printing house. He was a famous art collector. A fire in 1850 destroyed his printing house, bindery, apartment and art collection. Only the bookstore in the Hetman’s tenement house survived, which over time became a literary and merchandise salon, a meeting place for art luminaries, such as Józef Majer, Wincenty Pol, etc.

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