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Julius Nelson, American publisher. Achievements include design of instructional aids to develop proficiency in shorthand and accounting. Named to Windber Hall of Fame, 1980; recipient Outstanding achievement award, Maryland Vocational Association, 1970.

Background

Nelson, Julius was born on August 15, 1910 in Minsk, Russia. Son of Abraham and Temme Dolores (Solow) Nelson.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Indiana University, Pennsylvania, 1932. Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1940.

Career

Teacher Windber High School, 1932—1942. Field tax investigator Internal Revenue Service, 1943—1947. Instructor business education New Jersey State Teachers College, Paterson, 1947—1949, University Baltimore, 1949—1952.

Specialist in higher education United States Office Education, Washington, 1953—1954. President, chairman board Artistic Typing Headquarters Inc., Baltimore, since 1972. Financial analyst Growth Associates, 1987.

Lecturer in field.

Achievements

  • Achievements include design of instructional aids to develop proficiency in shorthand and accounting.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Appeared in: (films) Unusual Occupations.

Membership

Sponsor National Typing Championships, since 1963. Board directors Hebrew Sunday Schools, Windber, 1932—1941. Vice president Randallstown (Maryland) Synagogue Center, 1963—1964.

Board directors synagogues, since 1961. Member of National Professional Secretaries Association (co-founder 1951), National Business Teachers Association, Eastern Business Teachers Association, Executive and Professional Hall of Fame (charter), Masons, Pi Omega Pi, Phi Delta Kappa, Gamma Rho Tau, Alpha Phi Gamma.

Connections

Married Goldie Goldstein, August 1, 1942. Children: Temma Nelson Rubin, Abra Nelson Goldfarb.

father:
Abraham Nelson

mother:
Temme Dolores (Solow) Nelson

spouse:
Goldie Goldstein

children:
Temma Nelson Rubin Nelson

Abra Nelson Goldfarb Nelson