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THE ISAC FRIEDLANDER PAPERS
FOLDER LISTING


Box: 2 Fold: 47 1941, August
1941, July 9

DESCRIPTION: Contains typed letter signed by Aline Kistler, then executive secretary of the American National Committee of Engraving, regarding the Committee's traveling exhibition, One Hundred American Block Prints.

Box: 2 Fold: 48 1941, October 5 - November 2
1941, October 5 - November 2

DESCRIPTION: Contains one catalogue only from the Ninth Annual Exhibition of Water Colors, Pastels, Drawings and Prints held under the auspices of the Oakland Art Gallery in California. Friedlander exhibited his print COMPANIONS.

Box: 2 Fold: 49 1942, January 30 - March 1
1942, January 30 - March 1

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only of the Forty-Fourth Annual Exhibition of the Baltimore Water Color Club held at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Friedlander's two prints ECLIPSE and ANNO DOMINI were exhibited.

Box: 2 Fold: 50 1942, February 11 - March 1
1942, February 11 - March 1

DESCRIPTION: Contains one catalogue only of the Annual Exhibition of Drawings and Prints of the San Francisco Art Association held at the San Francisco Museum of Art. Friedlander's woodcut NOCTURNE was exhibited.

Box: 2 Fold: 51 1942, February 27 - March 21
1942, February 27 - March 21

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only of the Sixteenth Annual Exhibition of American Blockprints and Wood-Engravings held under the auspices of the Print Club of Philadelphia. Friedlander's print GHETTO 1942 was exhibited.

Box: 2 Fold: 52 1942, March
1942, March 18

DESCRIPTION: Contains one autograph letter signed by Gordon W. Colton of the Brooklyn Society of Artists to Friedlander regarding the awarding of the Society's "Black and White Prize" to the latter at their Twenty-Sixth Annual Exhibit for his print PERPETUUM MOBILE or BOWRY MISSION. Payment of the ten dollar prize was with Defense Stamps. Also includes notification of acceptance of his two prints to the exhibit.

Box: 2 Fold: 53 1942, March 3
1942, March 3 - 14

DESCRIPTION: Contains list of prints selected from the Twenty-Sixth Annual Exhibition of the Society of American Graphic Artists, SAGA, for their exhibit, One Hundred Prints and Thirty Miniature Prints, held at the Grand Central Galleries in New York City. Friedlander's print ANNO DOMINI 1941 was selected.

Box: 2 Fold: 54 1942, March 4 - April 5
1942, March 4 - April 5

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only of the Fourteenth Annual Exhibition of the Northwest Printmakers held at the Seattle Art Museum. The print JOB was exhibited.

Box: 2 Fold: 55 1942, April 13 - 29
1942, April 13 - 29

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only from the Nineteenth Annual Exhibition of American Etching held under the auspices of the Print Club of Philadelphia. Friedlander's print A CHEAP PLACE was exhibited.

Box: 2 Fold: 56 1942, June
1942, June

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue of an Exhibition of Contemporary American Art sponsored by Artists for Victory held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Also includes notification of the acceptance of Freidlander's two prints, NOCTURNE and CORNERED, in the exhibit.

Box: 2 Fold: 57 1942, September 27 - November 1
1942, Sept. 27 - Nov. 1

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only of the Tenth Annual Exhibition of Water Colors, Pastels, Drawings and Prints held under the auspices of the Oakland Art Gallery, California. Friedlander's print GHETTO 1942 was exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 1 1943, January 30 - February 6
1943, January 30 - February 6

DESCRIPTION: Contains invitation only to the Exhibition on Works of Art sponsored by "The New Road: Russian Socialist Review" or "Novy Put" held at the Russian Art Shop in New York City.

Box: 3 Fold: 2 1943, February 17 - March 9
1943, February 17 - March 9

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue of the One Hundred Seventeenth Annual Exhibition of the National Academy of Design on Graphic Arts. Freidlander's work ENTANGLED was exhibited. Also includes postcard notifying Friedlander that his print had been accepted by the Academy.

Box: 3 Fold: 3 1943, March 15 - April 10
1943, March 15 - 21

DESCRIPTION: Contains typed letter signed by Clotilde Crawford, of the Print Club of Philadelphia, to Friedlander notifying him of the selection of his print SPIRITUAL which was awarded the Mildred Boericke Prize for best block print in the Club's Seventeenth Annual Exhibition of American Block Prints and Wood Engravings. Also includes newspaper review of the exhibit.

Box: 3 Fold: 4 1943, March 9 - April 7
1943, March 9 - April 7

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only of the Fifteenth Annual Exhibition of the Northwest Printmakers held at the Seattle Art Museum. Friedlander's works ANNO DOMINI 1941 and SPIRITUAL were exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 5 1943, April 12 - May 1
1943, April 12 - May 1

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue of an solo exhibition of Etchings and Woodcuts by Isac Friedlander held under the auspices of the Kleeman Galleries in New York City. Also includes newspaper review clippings.

Box: 3 Fold: 6 1943, April 15 - May 13
1943, April 15 - May 13

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only of the Fourth National Print Show held under the auspices of the Buffalo Print Club at the Albright Art Gallery. The print JOB by Friedlander was exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 7 1943, May 1 - July 1
1943, May 1 - 1945, August 21

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence from Thomas C. Parker, then director of the American Federation of Arts, regarding a traveling exhibit selected from the Library of Congress's First National Exhibition of Contemporary Prints. Also includes catalogue of the First National Exhibition of Prints sponsored by the Library of Congress. Friedlander's print SPIRITUAL was exhibited at the Library of Congress and selected by the American Federation of Arts for the Pennell Prints Competition.

Box: 3 Fold: 8 1943, October 3 - 31
1943, October 3 - 31

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only of the Eleventh Annual Exhibition of Water Colors, Pastels, Drawings and Prints held under the auspices of the Oakland Art Gallery, California. Friedlander's work SPIRITUAL was exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 9 1943, October 14 - December 12
1943, October 14 - December 12

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue of the Exhibition of the Selection of Contemporary American Prints From The Pennell Print Competition sponsored by the Department of Fine Arts, Carnegie Institute. Also includes one typed letter signed by John O'Connor, Jr., then acting director, to Friedlander regarding his block print SPIRITUAL which was to be exhibited in the Institute's showing.

Box: 3 Fold: 10 1943, December 8 - 11
1943, Dec. 8 - 1944, Jan. 11

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue handout of the Twenty-Eighth Annual Exhibition along with the Fifth Annual Miniature Prints Showing held under the auspices of the Society of American Graphic Artists, SAGA, at the National Academy of Design Galleries in New York City. Also includes postcard notifying Friedlander that his print LEST WE FORGET was accepted by SAGA.

Box: 3 Fold: 11 1944, January 9 - March 12
1944, Feb. 9 - 1947, June 2

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue of the 1944 exhibit, One Hundred Artists And Walkowitz, sponsored by the Brooklyn Museum. Also includes newspaper review clippings. Correspondence from Thomas C. Parker and George G. Thorp of the American Federation of Arts is also contained in this folder. The letters deal with the traveling exhibition throughout the United States of the Brooklyn Museum's exhibition on 100 Artists and Walkowitz sponsored by the Federation. Also contains an itinerary of the traveling exhibition.

Box: 3 Fold: 12 1944, February
1944, February 11

DESCRIPTION: Contains one typed letter signed by Bertha von Moschzisker, of the Print Club of Philadelphia, to Friedlander notifying him that he had received honorable mention for his woodcut MY PEOPLE in the Club's Eighteenth Annual Exhibition of American Wood Engravings, Woodcuts and Block Prints.

Box: 3 Fold: 13 1944, March 8 - April 2
1944, March 8 - April 14

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue of the Sixteenth Annual Exhibition of the Northwest Printmakers held at the Seattle Art Museum. Friedlander's prints NATURE MORTE and HEAR O ISRAEL were exhibited. Also includes an autograph letter signed by R.C. Lee, secretary, informing Friedlander that his print, NATURE MORTE, had been sold.

Box: 3 Fold: 14 1944, May 1 - July 1
1944, May 1 - July 1

DESCRIPTION: Contains a catalogue from the Second National Exhibition of Prints held under the auspices of the Library of Congress. Friedlander's print MY PEOPLE was exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 15 1944, May 7 - 28
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Contains one typed letter signed only from Helen V. Foster regarding the Cheltenham Township Art Centre Exhibition held in Cheltenham, Pennsylvania. Arrangement was made with the Brooklyn Museum for the use of some of their prints from the former's Walkowitz exhibition.

Box: 3 Fold: 16 1944, October 8 - November 5
1944, October 8 - November 5

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only from the Twelfth Annual Exhibition of Water Colors, Pastels, Drawings and Prints held under the auspices of the Oakland Art Gallery, California. Friedlander's print NATURE MORTE was exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 17 1944, November 10 - December 5
1944, November 10 - December 5

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only from the Twenty-Ninth Annual Exhibition of the Society of American Graphic Artists, SAGA (formerly Society of American Etchers), held at the National Academy of Design. Friedlander's work OLD AGE was exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 18 1945, March 7 - April 1
1945, March 7 - April 1

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue from the Seventeenth Annual Exhibition of the Northwest Printmakers held at the Seattle Art Museum. Also includes autographed letter signed by R.C. Lee, secretary, informing Friedlander that his print BATTLE OF THE WARSAW GHETTO had been awarded a purchase prize.

Box: 3 Fold: 19 1945, May 1 - 15
1945, May 1 - 15

DESCRIPTION: Contains magazine clipping only from the Art Digest regarding the Art Students League Exhibition on the Warsaw uprising held at the Vanderbilt Gallery, New York.

Box: 3 Fold: 20 1945, May 1 - August 1
1945, May 1 - August 1

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only from the Third National Exhibition of Prints held under the auspices of the Library of Congress. Friedlander's work BATTLE OF THE WARSAW GHETTO was exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 21 1945, October 7 - November 4
1945, October 7 - November 4

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only from the Thirteenth Annual Exhibition of Water Colors, Pastels, Drawings and Prints held under the sponsorship of the Oakland Art Gallery, California. The print WHITHER by Friedlander was exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 22 1945, October 17 - November 7
1945, October 17 - November 7

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue from the Thirtieth Annual Exhibition of the Society of American Graphic Artists, SAGA (formerly Society of American Etchers), held at the National Academy of Design Galleries. Friedlander's print WHITHER was exhibited. Also includes magazine clipping on the exhibition in Art News.

Box: 3 Fold: 23 1946, January 5 - February 3
1946, January 5 - February 3

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only from the Fifteenth Annual Graphic Arts Exhibition held under the auspices of the Witchita Art Association. Friedlander's prints ANNO DOMNINI 1941 and MY PEOPLE were exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 24 1946, March 6 - April 7
1946, March 6 - April 7

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only from the Eighteenth Annual Exhibition of the Northwest Printmakers held at the Seattle Art Museum. Friedlander's print WHITHER was exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 25 1946, March 13 - April 1
1946, March 13 - April 1

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only from the One Hundred Twentieth Exhibition of the National Academy of Design, New York City. Friedlander's works MEMENTO and JENNINGS TOFEL were exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 26 1946, May 1 - August 1
1946, May 1 - August 1

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only of the Fourth National Exhibition of the Prints of the Library of Congress. Friedlander's work WHITHER was exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 27 1946, June 1 - July 30
1946, May - July, 30

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue from the First Annual Graphic Exhibition of the Barrett Art Gallery in Plainfield, New Jersey. Also includes typed letter signed from Riva Helfond, director, to Friedlander regarding the upcoming exhibit. Friedlander's ANNO DOMINI 1941 and NATURE MORTE were exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 28 1946, July 15
1946, July 15 - 19

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence from C. Earl Cooley of the Associated American Artists concerning their First Annual Print Club Competition as well as a postcard invitation to Friedlander to submit his works.

Box: 3 Fold: 29 1946, November 12 - December 3
1946, November 12 - December 3

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only from the Thirty-First Annual Exhibition of the Society of American Graphic Artists, SAGA (formerly Society of American Etchers), held at the National Academy of Design Galleries. Friedlander's print DIGGERS was exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 30 1947, January 4 - 31
1947, January 4 - 31

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only from the Sixteenth Annual Graphic Arts Exhibition of the Wichita Art Association. Friedlander's print NOCTURNE was exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 31 1947, February 7 - March 1
1947, February 7 - March 1

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only of the Thirty-Sixth Annual and Tenth Annual Miniature Exhibition and Sale of Etchings sponsored by the Chicago Society of Etchers held at Marshall Field & Company's Galleries. Friedlander's print WHITHER was exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 32 1947, March
1946, December 3

DESCRIPTION: Contains typed letter signed only from Hobart Nichols of the National Academy of Design to Friedlander inviting the latter to participate in the Academy's annual showing.

Box: 3 Fold: 33 1947, March
1947, March 8

DESCRIPTION: Contains typed letter signed only from Muriel Rosenbloom of the Otisco Book & Gift Shop, Syracuse, New York, to Friedlander informing the latter that his portfolio for the Otisco Exhibition had arrived safely.

Box: 3 Fold: 34 1947, March 5 - April 6
1947, March 5 - April 6

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only from the Nineteenth Annual Exhibition of the Northwest Printmakers held at the Seattle Art Museum. Friedlander's print MESSIAH was exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 35 1947, July 15 - August 15
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Contains acceptance notification only from the Associated American Artists informing Friedlander that his entry had been selected for their Second Annual Print Competition Exhibition in their New York Galleries. Friedlander's print AT A BRANCH LIBRARY was the entry.

Box: 3 Fold: 36 1947, October 5 - November 9
1947, October 5 - November 9

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only of the Fifteenth Annual Exhibition of Water Colors, Pastels, Drawings and Prints held under the auspices of the Oakland Art Gallery, California. Friedlander's print AT A BRANCH LIBRARY was exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 37 1947, November 12 - December 3
1947, November 12 - December 3

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue of the Thirty-Second Annual Exhibition of the Society of American Graphic Artists, SAGA (formerly Society of American Etchers). Friedlander's work WOODLAND ARCH was exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 38 1948, February
1948, February - March 9

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue from the Thirty-Seventh Annual and Eleventh Miniature Exhibition of the Chicago Society of Etchers held at the Marshall Field & Company Art Galleries. Also includes one typed letter from Ernest Melchert thanking Friedlander for his participation in the exhibition. Friedlander's work WOODLAND ARCH was exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 39 1948, March 10 - April 4
1948, March 10 - April 4

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only from the Twentieth Annual Exhibition of the Northwest Printmakers held at the Seattle Art Museum. Friedlander's two works PRIMEVAL and MEEME MUTSEL were exhibited.

Box: 3 Fold: 40 1948, March 23 - May 24
1948, March 23 - May 24

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only of the Second National Print Annual Exhibition held at the Brooklyn Museum. The print INTERCEPTED by Friedlander was exhibited.

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