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THE ISAC FRIEDLANDER PAPERS
FOLDER LISTING


Box: 1 Fold: 52 Rigas Grafiku Biedriba
1929, December 23

DESCRIPTION: Contains typed letter signed by the then president and the secretary of the Riga Graphic Artists association concerning Friedlander's trip to the United States. Very fragile, please handle with care.

Box: 1 Fold: 53 Society of American Graphic Artists. SAGA.
1940, June 17 - 1971, Feb. 4

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence from John Taylor Arms, president (originals in Correspondence Series), Henrietta Mueller, David Shapiro, Amory Hunt, Lynd Ward,and Clare Romano (postcard only). Re the following: Venice Biennial Exhibition of 1940 and World War II, election to SAGA membership, print 3:00 AM, Pennell Fund of the Library of Congress, demonstrations of various engraving techniques, the print HEAR O ISRAEL, various SAGA exhibitions, John Taylor Arms's opinion of Friedlander's work, and the death of Isac Friedlander.

Box: 1 Fold: 54 Society of Canadian Painter-Etchers and Engravers
1938, May 16 & 1941, March 2

DESCRIPTION: Contains two autograph letters signed from Wendall Lawson and W. K. Peacock of the Society. Regarding Friedlander's election to membership in the Society, the print ENTANGLED in their permanent collection, and the 1941 Annual Exhibition entries.

Box: 1 Fold: 55 Workers Fellowship-Group of the Society for Ethical Culture
1953, March and May

DESCRIPTION: Contains one letter from Berthe Spielman to Friedlander regarding his speaking on the topic, Is Art a Social Factor? Also includes copy of the program.

Box: 1 Fold: 56 Yeshiva College Alumni Association
1957, June 24

DESCRIPTION: Contains one letter from Morris Epstein concerning the portrait of Dr. Bernard Revel done by Friedlander for a citation scroll to be presented to all outstanding alumni of the college.

Box: 2 Fold: 1 1927, April
1927, April

DESCRIPTION: Contains newsclipping on the Riga exhibit in Russian.

Box: 2 Fold: 2 1928, April 22
1928, April 22

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalog from the 1928 exhibition of the Rigas Grafiku Biedriba. The first exhibition of the Rigan Graphic Artists.

Box: 2 Fold: 3 1929, April 28
1929, April - December

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue from the 1929 exhibit of the Rigas Grafiku Biedriba, announcement card, and a xeroxed copy of letter from the Graphics Artists' society of Riga.

Box: 2 Fold: 4 1930, Kvetna 3 - 21
1930, Kvetna 3 - 21

DESCRIPTION: Contains one catalogue from the graphic arts exhibition in Alsova, Latvia. Also includes annoucement card of Spolku Lotysskych grafiku z Rigy.

Box: 2 Fold: 5 1930, February 6 - 22
1930, February 6 - 22

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue of solo exhibit of Friedlander's woodcuts and etchings held in the Kleeman-Thorman Galleries in New York City. Also includes newspaper clippings.

Box: 2 Fold: 6 1930, March 1 - 31
1930, March 1 - 31

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue of the Eleventh International Print Makers Exhibition held under the auspices of the Print Makers Society of California at the Los Angeles Museum.

Box: 2 Fold: 7 1930, April - May
1930, March - May

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue from the Third Annual Graphic Arts Exhibition held in Riga under the auspices of the Rigas Garfiku Biedriba. Also includes one announcement card in French, an artist's pass in Latvian as well as Russian and German newspaper clippings.

Box: 2 Fold: 8 1930, July - October
1930, July 27

DESCRIPTION: Contains newspaper clipping only regarding the exhibit of block prints held at the Brooklyn Museum. Friedlander's LAST JOURNEY was exhibited.

Box: 2 Fold: 9 1930, November 18 - December 15
1930, November 21 - December 7

DESCRIPTION: Contains newspaper clippings only on the solo Friedlander Exhibit of etchings and woodcuts held under the auspices of The Women's Organization of the Central Synagogue at its Community House, New York City.

Box: 2 Fold: 10 1931, May - June
1931, May 28 - June 14

DESCRIPTION: Contains newspaper clippings only of solo Friedlander Exhibit at the Kleeman-Thorman Galleries in New York City. Featured wood engraving was GREEN PASTURES.

Box: 2 Fold: 11 1931, December 12 - 19
1931, September - December

DESCRIPTION: Contains one letter from Earl L. Stendahl regarding a solo Friedlander Exhibit at the Stendahl Galleries in Los Angeles. Also includes newspaper clippings.

Box: 2 Fold: 12 1932, March 11
1932, March 3 - 11

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue from the Thirteenth International Print Makers Exhibition held under the auspices of the Printmakers Society of California at the Los Angeles Museum together with a postcard notifying Friedlander of the selection of his print RHAPSODY IN BLACK for the exhibit.

Box: 2 Fold: 13 1932, April 17
1932, April 17

DESCRIPTION: Contains two catalogues from the Latvian Engravers Exhibition held in Lidz.

Box: 2 Fold: 14 1932, April 24
1932, April 24

DESCRIPTION: Contains a catalogue from the Fourth Annual Exhibit of the Graphic Artists of Riga - Rigas Grafiku Biedribas. The exhibit featured many prominent American graphic artists such as Wanda Gag, Peggy Bacon, Mabel Dwight, Pop Hart, Louis Lozowick, and Max Weber. Catalogue contains holograph notations by Friedlander.

Box: 2 Fold: 15 1932, April 30 - May 16
1932, January - May

DESCRIPTION: Contains one letter in German from Waldemar Hartmann to Friedlander regarding the latter's SHAKESPEARE engravings. Also includes catalogue of the Contemporary German Artists Exhibition held under the auspices of the International Art Center of the Roerich Museum in cooperation with the German Roerich Association, New York City. Newspaper clippings, in German and English, are also maintained in this folder.

Box: 2 Fold: 16 1933, April 7 - 22
1933, April 7 - 22

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue from the a solo Friedlander Woodcuts and Etchings Exhibit held under the auspices of The New School for Social Research featuring Friedlander's prize print, RHAPSODY IN BLACK. Also includes newspaper review clippings.

Box: 2 Fold: 17 1934, March - April
1934, March 8 - April 3

DESCRIPTION: Contains two letters only from C.F. Crawford (Mrs. Andrew Wright Crawford) of the Print Club of Philadelphia notifying Freidlander that he had been awarded the Boericke Prize in the Eighth Annual Exhibition of American Block Prints held under the auspices of the Print Club. The prize-winning block print was REVIVAL. Also contains newspaper review clippings.

Box: 2 Fold: 18 1935, October 24 - November 16
1935

DESCRIPTION: Contains one catalogue only from the Exhibition of Prize Prints for 1933-1934 held under the auspices of the Print Club of Philadelphia.

Box: 2 Fold: 19 1935, November 1 - December 1
1935, October 30

DESCRIPTION: Contains one letter, unsigned, from Nelle P. Adams, of the Print Club of Phildelphia, to Friedlander regarding the Second International Competitive Print Exhibition displayed in the Galleries of the Cleveland Museum of Art. Letter lists three of Friedlander's prints, A PERFORMANCE, CITY CRY, and THE JESTER.

Box: 2 Fold: 20 1936, February 2 - 23
1936, February 2 - 23

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue from the solo Friedlander Exhibit sponsored by the Graphic Artists of Riga - Rigas Grafiku Biedribas. Also includes three Latvian and Russian newspaper reviews.

Box: 2 Fold: 21 1937, March - April
1937, January 29 - April 18

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence from C.F. Crawford and Mabel Moran of the Print Club of Philadelphia regarding the Fourteenth Annual Exhibition of American Block Prints as well as the possibility of Friedlander demonstrating various engraving techniques. Also includes newspaper review clippings with Friedlander holograph notations.

Box: 2 Fold: 22 1937, May
1937, May 13 - 18

DESCRIPTION: Contains three catalogues from the solo Friedlander Exhibit of Etchings and Wood Engravings held under the sponsorship of the T. Eaton Galleries of Montreal, Canada. Also includes English and Hebrew newspaper reviews.

Box: 2 Fold: 23 1937, September
1937, June 2 - 18

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence only from C.F. Crawford of the Print Club of Philadelphia regarding a proposed traveling exhibition of American graphics to Japan sometime in September of 1937.

Box: 2 Fold: 24 1937, October 3 - 16
1937, June 8 - November 6

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence from C.F. Crawford of the Print Club of Philadelphia regarding Friedlander's Solo Exhibit sponsored by the Print Club. A question arose as to Friedlander's nationality in the September 25th letter. Also includes xerox copy of a newspaper review (original in Illustrations Series).

Box: 2 Fold: 25 1937, November 8 - 15
1937, November 8 - 15

DESCRIPTION: Contains an announcement card only from the Jacoby Studios regarding their Friedlander Solo Exhibit of etchings and woodcuts.

Box: 2 Fold: 26 1937, November 30 - December 19
1937, October 25

DESCRIPTION: Contains one letter only from Earle Miller, chairman of the Print Committee, of the Philadelphia Art Alliance regarding the latter's Fifteenth Annual Exhibition of American Prints.

Box: 2 Fold: 27 1938
1938

DESCRIPTION: Contains Hebrew exhibit catalogue only.

Box: 2 Fold: 28 1938, April
1938, April - May 16

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue of the Eleventh Annual Exhibition of the Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour, Canadian Society of Graphic Art, and the Twenty-Second Annual Exhibition Society of Canadian Painter-Etchers and Engravers held at the Art Gallery in Toronto. Includes newspaper review, postcard acknowledgment and xeroxed copy of letter from the then secretary-treasurer, Wendell Lawson, inviting Friedlander to membership in the Society of Canadian Painter-Etchers and Engravers.

Box: 2 Fold: 29 1938, December 6 - 25
1938, December 6 - 25

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only from the Sixteenth Annual Exhibition of American Prints sponsored by the Phildelphia Art Alliance. Friedlander's print VANQUISHED was exhibited.

Box: 2 Fold: 30 1939, January 22 - February 5
1939, January - February

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue from the Jewish Graphics Exhibition - Zidu Gafiku Izstade - held in Riga. Also includes Latvian newspaper review from the Jaunakas Zinas.

Box: 2 Fold: 31 1939, February 19 - 28
1939, February

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalog only of the Zidu Makslinieku-Grafiku Darbu Izstades, Jewish Graphic Arts Exhibit, sponsored by the Rigas Izglitibas Biedriba.

Box: 2 Fold: 32 1939, April
1939, March 19 - April 18

DESCRIPTION: Contains xeroxed copy of newspaper clippings regarding the Art Gallery of Toronto's Annual Exhibit. Discusses Friedlander's prints, PERPETUM MOBILE and JESTER.

Box: 2 Fold: 33 1939, April
1939, April 21

DESCRIPTION: Contains one letter only from C.F. Crawford of the Print Club of Philadelphia regarding the Club's Thirteenth Annual Exhibition and the Third Exhibtion of Illustrations. Friedlander was awarded an Honorable Mention for his woodcut TOLI AND TOBY.

Box: 2 Fold: 34 1939, May 1
1939, May 1

DESCRIPTION: Contains temporary receipt of 10 prints from Friedlander for the Brooklyn Museum's Special Exhibition entitled Fine Prints for Mass Production.

Box: 2 Fold: 35 1939, October 8 - November 5
1939, October 8 - November 5

DESCRIPTION: Contains one catalogue only from the Seventh Annual Exhibition of Water Colors, Pastels, Drawings and Prints held under the auspices of the Oakland Art Gallery, California. Friedlander's print MR.O.S. was exhibited.

Box: 2 Fold: 36 1939, November 1 - 28
1939, November 1 - 28

DESCRIPTION: Contains one catalogue only from the Forty-Second Annual Exhibition of the Baltimore Water Color Club held at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Four prints by Friedlander were exhibited: THREE A.M., POPLARS, REVIVAL, and IN THE DARK.

Box: 2 Fold: 37 1939, November 10 - 1940, January 15
1939, Nov. 10 - 1940, Jan. 15

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue from the Seventh International Exhibition of Lithography and Wood Engraving held at the Art Institute of Chicago. Friedlander and his woodcut, PERPETUAL MOTION, were listed under the country entry for Russia. Also includes magazine clip from Art Digest as well as newspaper clipping (xerox copy only - original in Illustrations Series files).

Box: 2 Fold: 38 1939, December 12 - 31
1939, December 12 - 31

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only from the Seventeenth Annual Exhibition of American Prints sponsored by the Phildalphia Art Alliance. Friedlander's print NOCTURNE was exhibited.

Box: 2 Fold: 39 1940
1940

DESCRIPTION: Contains three photostats of a ticket from the Twenty-Second Biennial International Art Exhibition, Venice, 1940. It was held under the auspices of the Society of American Graphic Artists, SAGA. Friedlander submitted his work MOTHER to this exhibit.

Box: 2 Fold: 40 1940, March
1940, March 21 - 24

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence from Clotilde F. Crawford of the Print Club of Philadelphia regarding the Fourteenth Annual Exhibition of American Woodengravings, Woodcuts and Block Prints. Friedlander's print, JOB, was chosen to receive the Mildred Boericke Prize. Also includes two newspaper reviews on the awarding of the prizes.

Box: 2 Fold: 41 1940, November 1 - 28
1940, Sept. 12 - Nov. 28

DESCRIPTION: Contains one typed letter signed by Anne Chandler, then secretary of the Baltimore Water Color Club, regarding membership as well as participation in the Forty-Third Annual Exhibit held at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Also includes catalogue in which Friedlander's FALL and NOCTURNE were exhibited.

Box: 2 Fold: 42 1940, September 29 - October 27
1940, Sept. 29 - Oct. 27

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only from the Eighth Annual Exhibition of Water Colors, Pastels, Drawings and Prints held at the Oakland Art Gallery. JOB by Friedlander was exhibited.

Box: 2 Fold: 43 1940, December 2 - 28
1940, December 2 - 28

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Exhibition of the Society of American Graphic Artists (formerly known as Society of American Etchers), or SAGA, held at the National Arts Club. Friedlander exhibited his etchings A FRAGMENT and SELF PORTRAIT.

Box: 2 Fold: 44 1941, January 7 - 25
1941, January 7 - 25

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only of the 25th Annual Exhibition of the Society of American Graphic Artists (formerly Society of American Etchers), or SAGA, on One Hundred Prints and Thirty Miniature Prints held at the Grand Central Art Galleries in New York. Friedlander's print SELF PORTRAIT was exhibited.

Box: 2 Fold: 45 1941, March 11 - April 9
1941, March 11 - April 9

DESCRIPTION: Contains catalogue only of the One Hundred Fifteenth Annual Exhibition of the National Academy of Design held in New York City. Friedlander's print JOB was exhibited.

Box: 2 Fold: 46 1941, May
1941, May 29

DESCRIPTION: Contains one typed letter signed by Clotilde F. Crawford of the Print Club of Philadelphia regarding the purchase of Friedlander's print COMPANIONS by the Library of Congress at the Club's Fifteenth Annual Exhibition.

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