Fidlerman Yakov Yakovlevich
Fidlerman Yakov Yakovlevich (Yankel Yankelevich) was born in Tobolsk in 1842 in the family of a paramedic and barber Yakov Srol Fidlerman, from settlers.
In 1858 he left for Chernihiv province. He returned to Tobolsk only in 1881, apparently in connection with the death of his father. He lived in Tobolsk for 10 years (1881−1891) at the address: 3rd part, Bolshaya Arkhangelskaya str., Kotlokhovich-Butakova house.
In 1884, he opened his own photo salon in Tobolsk. He takes portraits of citizens, creates a lot of wonderful landscape photos, gets the right to work in Tara, Kurgan and Berezovo.
1890 — 1893 — in the calendars of the Tobolsk province he is recorded as one of the Tobolsk photographers.
1889 — "Report card calendar for 1990, published by photographer Ya.Ya. Fiedler".
1890 — The book of the museum curator N.A. Lytkin "The Archaeological department of the Tobolsk Museum" was illustrated with photographs of Fidlerman.
1891 — by order of the museum management creates an album of photographs of the provincial museum expositions, which is presented as a gift to Tsarevich Nikolai Romanov, at the time of his visit to Tobolsk. This album is now in the Central State Archive of Cinema and Photographic Documents in St. Petersburg. A copy of it is included in the modern exposition of the Tobolsk Provincial Museum.
In the same year, he undertakes a trip to Eastern Siberia. He requests permission to open a photo in Tomsk.
In 1893, he received permits for the "production of temporary photographic works" in Yalutorovsk, and then in Kurgan.
It can be assumed that his further activities are connected with Eastern Siberia.