About the Author

Julian H. Hyman 97th Birthday 2017

Julian H. Hyman

Julian Hyman has lived an active life, public school educated through 12th grade, thereafter a degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School.

He as lived through the difficulties of the 20th century. the Big Depression, and soldiered in World War II in the Pacific Theater.  Upon his return to Baltimore, he made his living working in the family business wholesale distributing an assortment of handcrafted women's clothing and accessories, such as handbags, gloves, scarves and belts, throughout the United States.


"U Can Save Our World" was generated from his experiences while undertaking 38 years of around the world annual or bi-annual buying trips.  During these excursions, there were many interconnects with the local populations - business meetings, numerous meals together, attendance at family celebratory occasions, long drives to "Ma & Pa" factories, walking the streets at all hours in hamlets, towns and cities. sleeping wherever, innumerable hours of sitting in air terminals or in transit lounges watching the flow of humanity, their interrelationships. their displays of love for their children, their customs, their dress...He was deeply impressed. He learned - we humans all have the same emotions.  

Julian Hyman has lived an active life, public school educated through 12th grade, thereafter a degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School.

He as lived through the difficulties of the 20th century. the Big Depression, and soldiered in World War II in the Pacific Theater.  Upon his return to Baltimore, he made his living working in the family business wholesale distributing an assortment of handcrafted women's clothing and accessories, such as handbags, gloves, scarves and belts, throughout the United States.


"U Can Save Our World" was generated from his experiences while undertaking 38 years of around the world annual or bi-annual buying trips.  During these excursions, there were many interconnects with the local populations - business meetings, numerous meals together, attendance at family celebratory occasions, long drives to "Ma & Pa" factories, walking the streets at all hours in hamlets, towns and cities. sleeping wherever, innumerable hours of sitting in air terminals or in transit lounges watching the flow of humanity, their interrelationships. their displays of love for their children, their customs, their dress...He was deeply impressed. He learned - we humans all have the same emotions.  

Julian Hyman has lived an active life, public school educated through 12th grade, thereafter a degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School.

He as lived through the difficulties of the 20th century. the Big Depression, and soldiered in World War II in the Pacific Theater.  Upon his return to Baltimore, he made his living working in the family business wholesale distributing an assortment of handcrafted women's clothing and accessories, such as handbags, gloves, scarves and belts, throughout the United States.