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THE ISAC FRIEDLANDER PAPERS
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Box: 6 Fold: 43 1933, December 3. Jewish Daily Bulletin.
1933, December 3.

DESCRIPTION: Contains newspaper clipping illustration of Friedlander's LAST JOURNEY which was published in the Jewish Daily Bulletin for 1933.

Box: 6 Fold: 44 1934, February 9. Jewish Daily Bulletin.
1934, February 9

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper clipping illustration of Friedlander's print, THE WANDERER, which was published in the 1934 issue of the Jewish Daily Bulletin.

Box: 6 Fold: 45 1934, July & November. LEIFSAGA.
1934, July & November.

DESCRIPTION: Contains dustjacket (front cover only, pasted) of Henry Chapin's book, LeifSaga-A Narrative Poem of the Norse Discoveries of America, published by Farrar & Rinehart and illustrated by Friedlander. Also includes the New York Times Book Review for November 25, 1934 as well as an invoice payment from Farrar & Rinehart for the illustration.

Box: 6 Fold: 46 1934, May 23
1934, May 23

DESCRIPTION: Contains typed letter signed only from Luise Wadsworth of the Art Department of Doubleday, Doran & Company to Friedlander regarding a sketch done by the latter.

Box: 6 Fold: 47 1935, January. Temple Beth-El Directory.
1935, January 11

DESCRIPTION: Contains typed letter signed only from Hattie Grauer, executive secretary of Temple Beth-El of Great Neck, New York, to Friedlander regarding his cover illustration for the Temple's proposed desk directory.

Box: 6 Fold: 48 1936, May 16. The Day.
1936, May 16

DESCRIPTION: Contains clipping from the Hebrew journal, The Day, regarding an illustration of Friedlander's. Illustration is of an oceanliner crossing the Atlantic(?) with an Hebrew caption.

Box: 6 Fold: 49 1938, August. VANQUISHED.
1938, May - August.

DESCRIPTION: Contains illustration of Friedlander's VANQUISHED which was published in the Canadian Forum. Also includes xerox copies of correspondence from Helen Kemp Frye, contributing editor, and G.M.A. Grube, managing editor, to Friedlander regarding his illustration (originals can be found in the Publishing Series, Box 7 of this collection).

Box: 6 Fold: 50 1939, July 31. CIO News.
1939, July 31.

DESCRIPTION: Contains two newspaper illustrations of an untitled Freidlander woodcut published in the CIO NEWS for July, 1939.

Box: 6 Fold: 51 1939, August 28. ENTANGLED. CIO News.
1939, August 28

DESCRIPTION: Contains clipping only from the CIO NEWS of Friedlander's illustration ENTANGLED.

Box: 6 Fold: 52 1939, November 30. CIO News.
1939, November 30

DESCRIPTION: Contains newspaper clipping from the CIO NEWS of a Friedlander woodcut illustration captioned "OUR NUMBER ONE PROBLEM" which dealt with the jobless during the Depression.

Box: 7 Fold: 1 1940, August 31. Labor Day.
1940, August 31.

DESCRIPTION: Contains newspaper clipping illustration of an original Friedlander wooduct created for the Retail & Wholesale Employee Journal's Labor Day issue. The illustration is of an universal laborer seated with the Great Wall of China, the Pyramids, and cathedrals in the background.

Box: 7 Fold: 2 1941, January - April. FRAGMENT.
1941, January - April

DESCRIPTION: Contains newspaper clipping illustrations of Friedlander's FRAGMENT, SHELTER US and of Christ on a cross with an urban background. These illustrations appeared in the January, February and April issues of the Retail & Wholesale Employer trade journal.

Box: 7 Fold: 3 1943, October 1. Jewish Times.
1943, October 1

DESCRIPTION: Contains cover illustrations of Friedlander's GHETTO and WANDERER which appeared in the Jewish Times, a Philadelphia Jewish Weekly, for the October 1st 1943 issue.

Box: 7 Fold: 4 1943, October 1. Jewish News.
1943, October 1

DESCRIPTION: Clipping of an illustration of Friedlander's AND EVIL WILL CEASE ON THE EARTH which appeared in the Jewish News for October 1, 1943.

Box: 7 Fold: 5 1944, January 21. World Over.
1944, January 21

DESCRIPTION: Contains the beginning page of the story, Wise Bird, a legend from the Talmud, illustrated by Friedlander.

Box: 7 Fold: 6 1944, May 2. NM.
1944, May 2

DESCRIPTION: Contains first page of the article Woe To The Misleaders written by Sholem Asch and illustrated with Friedlander's print, MY PEOPLE.

Box: 7 Fold: 7 1944, November 2. Freedom.
1944, November 2

DESCRIPTION: Clipping of the illustration OUR PEOPLE by Friedlander and published in the newspaper, Freedom.

Box: 7 Fold: 8 1944, November 18. Morning Freiheit.
1944, November 18

DESCRIPTION: Contains clipping from the Morning Freiheit of Friedlander's illustration of LEST WE FORGET.

Box: 7 Fold: 9 1944, December
1944, December

DESCRIPTION: Contains only a clip from the Jewish monthly magazine, New Currents, with no illustrations.

Box: 7 Fold: 10 1945, April 15
1945, April 15

DESCRIPTION: Contains magazine clippings of Friedlander illustrations for Forward with captions in Hebrew. Includes the prints, INVICTUS, BATTLE OF THE WARSAW GHETTO, BAR KOCHBA, TOWARD THE NEW DAY and IN FIFTEENTH CENTURY SPAIN. The original prints of INVICTUS can be found in Box 9, Oversize, of this collection.

Box: 7 Fold: 11 1945-1948. Chicago Jewish Forum.
1944, August - 1948, Fall

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 typed letters signed from Benjamin Weintroub, editor of the Forum, as well as title pages of the issues which contain Friedlander's illustrations, BATTLE OF THE WARSAW GHETTO, BAR KOCHBA, and INTERCEPTED.

Box: 7 Fold: 12 1945, November. Brooklyn Jewish Center Review.
1945, September - November

DESCRIPTION: Contains one typed letter (carbon only) from Gerson M. Young to the then editor of the Brooklyn Jewish Center Review, Max Koven, regarding the purchase of Friedlander's INVICTUS print series, as well as a copy of the Review issue which featured those prints. The original wood engravings of INVICTUS are in Box 9 of this collection.

Box: 7 Fold: 13 1945, November 18. Forward.
1945, November 18. Forward.

DESCRIPTION: Contains magazine clipping from Forward which published Friedlander's illustration of I.L. Peretz.

Box: 7 Fold: 14 1946, May. Golden Chain.
1946, May. Golden Chain.

DESCRIPTION: Contains magazine clipping from the Golden Chain which published Friedlander's illustration of BAR KOCHBA.

Box: 7 Fold: 15 1946, May. B'Nai B'Rith.
1946, May.

DESCRIPTION: Contains one typed letter only from Manheim Shapiro, director of program materials of the Organization, regarding the omission of Friedlander's name alongside his illustrations in their publication. Neither publication name nor illustrations are named in the correspondence.

Box: 7 Fold: 16 1946, May 3. World Over.
1946, May 3.

DESCRIPTION: Contains the magazine clipping of the George Gershwin article by Marian Gordon and illustrated by Friedlander.

Box: 7 Fold: 17 1947, January 24. World Over.
1947, January 24.

DESCRIPTION: Contains magazine clipping from the World Over article on Leon Blum illustrated by Friedlander.

Box: 7 Fold: 18 1947, February 7. World Over.
1947, February 7

DESCRIPTION: Contains magazine clipping from World Over of Rufus Learsi's poem Eye Of The Faces I Love along with Friedlander's Abraham Lincoln portrait illustration.

Box: 7 Fold: 19 1947, July 18. World Over.
1947, July 18

DESCRIPTION: Clipping from the magazine World Over depicting Friedlander's illustration of the article, Day of Sorrow.

Box: 7 Fold: 20 1948, January 23. World Over.
1948, January 23

DESCRIPTION: Clipping from the magazine World Over of an article, A Memory Of A Holiday, by S.J. Agnon and illustrated by Friedlander's 15TH CENTURY SPAIN.

Box: 7 Fold: 21 1948, April. Saturday Review of Literature.
1948, April 24.

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from Saturday Review of Literature's piece on the Lenin biography by David Shub, illustrated by Friedlander and published by Doubleday & Company.

Box: 7 Fold: 22 1948, April 16. World Over.
1948, April 16

DESCRIPTION: Clipping from the magazine World Over of the article entitled "Prophet Of Freedom" with a Friedlander illustration of Moses.

Box: 7 Fold: 23 1948, July. Brooklyn Jewish Center Review.
1948, July 20.

DESCRIPTION: Contains typed letter signed only from Joseph Kaye, of the Review's Editorial Board, notifying Friedlander that his previous illustrations created for the Review were to be reprinted in their 15th Anniversary Issue.

Box: 7 Fold: 24 1948, November 5. World Over.
1948, November 5

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from World Over article on David Pinski illustrated by Friedlander.

Box: 7 Fold: 25 1948, December 17. World Over.
1948, December 17

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from World Over article on Dr. Leon Judah Magnes illustrated by Friedlander.

Box: 7 Fold: 26 1948, December 31. World Over.
1948, December 31

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from World Over short story Stranger in the Forest by Elchanan Indelman and illustrated by Friedlander.

Box: 7 Fold: 27 1949, January 14. World Over.
1949, January 14

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from World Over article on Mendele Mocher Seforim by Itzhak Charlash and illustrated by Friedlander.

Box: 7 Fold: 28 1949, February 11. World Over.
1949, February 11

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from World Over article on Sholom Aleichem and illustrated by Friedlander.

Box: 7 Fold: 29 1949, May 6. World Over.
1949, May 6.

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from World Over article on Chaim Weizmann excerpted from his autobiography and illustrated by Friedlander.

Box: 7 Fold: 30 1949. Moledet.
1949, August 22

DESCRIPTION: Clipping from the Moledet magazine article, "A Saga In Name, The Story of Ha'apala", illustrated by Friedlander. Also contains one typed letter signed from Y.L. Goodman, of the Jewish National Fund, to Friedlander asking him to illustrate their children's magazine, Moledet.

Box: 7 Fold: 31 1949, Summer. Menorah Journal.
1949, Summer

DESCRIPTION: Contains a special issue of the Menorah Journal which featured the paintings, drawings and sculpture of 60 Jewish artists of America, Europe and Israel. Friedlander's print FUNERAL was included.

Box: 7 Fold: 32 1952, February 22. World Over.
1952, February 22

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from World Over article on I.L. Peretz by Itzhak Charlash illustrated by Friedlander.

Box: 7 Fold: 33 1952, March. Juggler.
1952, March 9

DESCRIPTION: Newspaper clipping from the New York Times Book Review of a article on Michael Blankfort's book, The Juggler, illustrated by Friedlander, and published by Little, Brown & Company. Friedlander's print TOWARD A NEW DAY was featured in the review.

Box: 7 Fold: 34 1952, April 18. World Over.
1952, April 18

DESCRIPTION: Three magazine clippings of the World Over story, "The Boy",by Maxim Gorky and illustrated by Friedlander.

Box: 7 Fold: 35 1953
1953

DESCRIPTION: Contains the dustjacket (front only) of Abram Leon Sachar's book, A History of the Jews, published by Knopf Inc., and illustrated by Friedlander. Also includes one typed letter signed from Sidney R. Jacobs, production manager of Knopf, to Friedlander concerning a new edition of Sachar's book.

Box: 7 Fold: 36 1953, February 6. World Over.
1953, February 6

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping of a cover of Hebrew poet, H.N. Bialik, illustrated by Friedlander for the magazine World Over.

Box: 7 Fold: 37 1953, May 15. World Over.
1953, May 15

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clippings of the Sholom Aleichem article in World Over and with some illustrations by Friedlander.

Box: 7 Fold: 38 1954, January 8. World Over.
1954, January 8

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from World Over article on Jacob H. Schiff with portrait done by Friedlander.

Box: 7 Fold: 39 1954, February 5. World Over.
1954, February 5

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from World Over article on Cyrus Adler with portrait done by Friedlander.

Box: 7 Fold: 40 1954, February 25. Forward.
1954, February 25

DESCRIPTION: Xerox copy only of clipping from the magazine Forward which featured Friedlander's print, CONEY ISLAND.

Box: 7 Fold: 41 1954, March 19. World Over.
1954, March 19

DESCRIPTION: Magazine clipping from World Over of an article by Morris Epstein on Moses Maimonides with portrait illustration by Friedlander.

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