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THE ISAC FRIEDLANDER PAPERS
FOLDER LISTING


Box: 7 Fold: 42 1954, April 2. World Over.
1954, April 2

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from World Over article on Henrietta Szold with an illustrated portrait by Friedlander.

Box: 7 Fold: 43 1954, May 14. World Over.
1954, May 14

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from World Over article on synagogue scenes with Friedlander's 15TH CENTURY SPAIN as one of the illustrations.

Box: 7 Fold: 44 1954, October. Brooklyn Jewish Center Review.
1954, October

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from the Brooklyn Jewish Center Review encompassing an album of work by Jewish Artists in the United States. Friedlander's MOSES was featured.

Box: 7 Fold: 45 1955, April 15. World Over.
1955, April 15

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from World Over article on Bernard Revel with a portrait illustration by Friedlander.

Box: 7 Fold: 46 1957, November 1. World Over.
1957, November 1

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping of World Over story,"Too Late", by Abraham Reisin and illustrated by Friedlander.

Box: 7 Fold: 47 1958. In This World & The Next.
1958, May 11

DESCRIPTION: Contains the dustjacket (front cover only, pasted) of the book, In This World & The Next-Selected Writings of I.L. Peretz, published by Thomas Yoseloff and illustrated by Friedlander. Also includes xerox copy of a review as well as a biographical piece on the translator, Moshe Spiegel.

Box: 7 Fold: 48 1961, January 20. Newark Jewish News.
1961, January 20

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper clipping from the Newark Jewish News with Friedlander's print JOB AND FRIENDS, NO. 2 which was acquired by the San Francisco Museum of Art from the 1960 California Society of Etchers Exhibition.

Box: 7 Fold: 49 1961, November 10. World Over.
1961, November 10

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clippings from World Over article on the builders of American Jewry. All the portrait illustrations were done by Friedlander. Portraits are of the following: Isaac Leeser, Louis Marshall, Felix Warburg, Solomon Schechter, Jacob Schiff, Bernard Revel, Louis Brandeis, Isaac Mayer Wise, and Cyrus Adler. The original album of prints are in Box 9 of this collection

Box: 7 Fold: 49 1961, November 10. World Over.
1961, November 10


Box: 7 Fold: 49 1961, November 10. World Over.
1961, November 10


Box: 7 Fold: 50 1964, January. Keeping Posted.
1964, January

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping of a Keeping Posted article on Bar Kochba with Friedlander illustration of BAR KOCHBA.

Box: 7 Fold: 51 1965, June. American Zionist.
1965, June

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from the American Zionist article on synagogues with Friedlander print as an illustration. Print untitled.

Box: 7 Fold: 52 1965, November. American Zionist.
1965, November

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from the American Zionist book review section illustrated by Friedlander's print, GAZA RAFIAH [?].

Box: 7 Fold: 53 1966, January. American Zionist.
1966, January

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping of the American Zionist's article, "What Could The Vatican Do", by Rabbi Amiel Wohl and illustrated with Friedlander's print of JOB.

Box: 7 Fold: 54 1966, February. American Zionist.
1966, February

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from the American Zionist article on the new government in Israel by Peretz Bernstein and illustrated with Friedlander's print of a boy with horn.

Box: 7 Fold: 55 1966, March. American Zionist.
1966, March

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping of American Zionist article on the then Israeli controversy regarding a parade, religion and economics by Isaac Remba and illustrated by Friedlander's print. Untitled print.

Box: 7 Fold: 56 1967, December 22. World Over.
1967, December 22

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping of World Over article on Moses Maimonides with Friedlander portrait illustration of Maimonides.

Box: 7 Fold: 57 1968, March 29. World Over.
1968, March 29

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from the World Over article on Moses with varied illustrations including Friedlander's MOSES.

Box: 7 Fold: 58 1979, January - February. Other Stages.
1979, Jan. 25 - Feb. 7

DESCRIPTION: Contains copy of newsmagazine of the arts entitled, "Other Stages", which featured Friedlander's RHAPSODY IN BLACK on the front cover.

Box: 7 Fold: 59 Undated. Isaac Loeb Peretz Source Book for Programming.
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Contains cover (partial only) of Philip Goodman's book, Isaac Loeb Peretz - A Source Book for Programming, published by the National Jewish Welfare Board and illustrated by Friedlander.

Box: 7 Fold: 60 Undated. Jewish Daily Bulletin.
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Contains newspaper clippings from the Jewish Daily Bulletin of Friedlander illustrations of the following: TIRED NEW YORKERS, PERETZ, PITT STREET-EAST SIDE.

Box: 7 Fold: 61 Undated. Levitsky Violin Recital.
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Contains the program from Ben Levitsky's violin recital with Friedlander illustration of the violinist on front cover.

Box: 7 Fold: 62 Undated. World Over Magazine.
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Contains various magazine clippings from World Over articles illustrated by Friedlander of the following subjects: Chaim N. Bialik by Murray Newman; a Talmud Tale; King David & Spider tale from Talmud; Samson of Galilee by Eliezer Smoli; and the Destruction of Sennacherib by Lord Byron.

Box: 7 Fold: 62 Undated. World Over Magazine.
Undated


Box: 7 Fold: 63 Undated. Source Unknown.
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Contains unknown magazine clipping of Friedlander's NATURE MORTE print as an illustration to an article on Friedlander. Also contained in Biographical Files in Box 8 of this collection.

Box: 7 Fold: 64 Undated. Source Unknown.
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clippings in Hebrew with Friedlander's print BAR KOCHBA featured as an illustration.

Box: 7 Fold: 65 Undated and Source Unknown.
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Contains two newspaper clippings, source unknown, of Friedlander's illustrations of the CHICKEN MARKET and the JEWISH QUARTER IN RIGA.

Box: 7 Fold: 66 Canadian Forum
1938, May 28 - July 14

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence from Helen Kemp Frye, then contributing editor, and G.M.A. Grube, then managing editor, both of the Canadian Forum, to Friedlander regarding the publication of Friedlander's works in their journal. Friedlander's print VANQUISHED was published.

Box: 7 Fold: 67 Limited Editions Club
1951, December 10

DESCRIPTION: Contains one typed letter signed (xerox only; original in Macy File of the Correspondence Series) from George Macy to Joseph Kaye regarding the inability to use Friedlander's Biblical works as illustrations in the Limited Editions series.

Box: 7 Fold: 68 New Road-Novy Put: Russian Social-Democrat Review.
1943

DESCRIPTION: Contains one typed letter signed from the then editor of the New Road-Novy Put Review, Th. Dan, to Friedlander. Letter is in Russian.

Box: 7 Fold: 69 New York Times
1939, July 14

DESCRIPTION: Contains one typed letter signed from Emma H. Little, then head of the Sunday Department Section, to Friedlander informing the latter that his print of George Gershwin was being returned but a photograph of it was to be kept on file for use later in the Times.

Box: 7 Fold: 70 Payson Publishers
1931, September 11

DESCRIPTION: Contains two-page typed letter signed (xerox only; original in the Payson Files in the Correspondence Series) from William Farquhar Payson, publisher, to Friedlander regarding his woodcut illustrations for a book on Shakespeare's Sonnets. Discusses the publishing specifications.

Box: 7 Fold: 71 Saturday Review of Literature
1948, May 20

DESCRIPTION: Contains one typed letter signed (xerox only; original in Cousins File of the Correspondence Series) from Norman Cousins, then editor of the Saturday Review, to Friedlander regarding monetary compensation for one of his prints used as an illustration. See also Illustrations Series.

Box: 7 Fold: 72 Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, Inc.
1957, October 14

DESCRIPTION: Contains one typed letter signed from Louis Rittenberg, then executive and literary editor of the Encyclopedia, to Friedlander concerning the latter's inclusion in their volume series.

Box: 8 Fold: 1 Biographical
1930 - 1981

DESCRIPTION: Folder contains various biographical pieces written about Isac Friedlander for newspapers, catalogues and magazines. Some have been xeroxed from the original sources found in the various series in this collection. In such cases, notations have been made on the copies as to the location of the originals. Includes some of the following pieces: 1930 Riga catalogue write-up, Jewish Telegraphic Agency article by Joseph Kaye entitled "An Artist Speaks for Himself", copy of James Glassman's Eulogy of September 7, 1969, and Rabbi Israel Margolies Tribute to Friedlander on the occasion of the unveiling of his tombstone in 1969.

Box: 8 Fold: 2 Biographical
1968

DESCRIPTION: This folder contains material relative to Friedlander's funeral in 1968. Includes: Guest Register from the Riverside Memorial Chapel, prayer card, and newspaper clippings announcing his death.

Box: 8 Fold: 3 Correspondence
1968, Aug. 23 - 1969, Jan. 17

DESCRIPTION: Folder comprises letters of condolence to Mrs. Gilda and Margo Friedlander on the death of Isac Friedlander. Originals of some of these letters can be found in the Correspondence and Associations Series.

Box: 8 Fold: 4 Condolence Cards
1968

DESCRIPTION: This folder comprises condolence cards to Mrs. Gilda Friedlander and her daughter, Marga, on the death of Isac Friedlander.

Box: 8 Fold: 5 Condolence Cards
1968

DESCRIPTION: Folder comprises condolence cards to Mrs. Gilda Friedlander and her daughter, Marga, on the death of Isac Friedlander.

Box: 8 Fold: 6 Speaking Engagements
1946, March 8 - 1953, March 21

DESCRIPTION: Contains newspaper clippings, correspondence and flier (the latter two are xeroxed copies; the originals can be found in the Associations series, Box 1, of this collection) concerning various speaking engagements, lectures, or demonstrations by Friedlander to a diverse audience. See also the Associations and Correspondence series contained in Box 1 of this collection.

Box: 9 Fold: 1 INVICTUS Wood Engravings
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Contains original wood engravings of Friedlander's INVICTUS series. See also the Exhibitions and Illustrations series in this collection.

Box: 9 Fold: 2 BUILDERS OF AMERICAN JEWRY,PORTRAITS BY FRIEDLANDER
1961, November

DESCRIPTION: Contains the original prints from the World Over album of BUILDERS OF AMERICAN JEWRY, PORTRAITS BY ISAC FRIEDLANDER commissioned by the Jewish Education Committee of New York for their tercentenary publication. See also the Illustrations series, Box 7, in this collection.

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