Guide to the Alfred Werner (1911-1979) Collection
1914-1979 (bulk 1940-1979)

AR 7158 / MF 1100

Processed by Kevin Schlottmann

Leo Baeck Institute

Center for Jewish History

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Electronic finding aid was encoded in EAD 2002 by Kevin Schlottmann in October 2010. Description is in English.
June 2011. Microfilm inventory added. August 14, 2012  Links to digital objects added in Container List.

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Alfred Werner (1911-1979)
Title: Alfred Werner Collection
Dates:1914-1979
Dates:bulk 1940-1979
Abstract: This collection documents the professional life of Austro-American art historian and journalist Alfred Werner (1911-1979). After being released from Dachau in 1939, Werner fled to New York. From 1940 to 1979, he wrote thousands of stories, reviews, and columns, and was an editor of or contributor to dozens of art magazines and Jewish periodicals. His primary interests were European, Jewish, and Zionist political affairs, and 19th and 20th-century European and American art, with an emphasis on Jewish and Israeli artists. The bulk of the collection consists of his published output. The collection also contains some additional professional material, such as manuscripts, research materials, and reference photographs, as well as a few personal documents.
Languages: This collection is primarily in English, with some German and a small quantity of Dutch, French, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Serbian, Spanish, and Swedish.
Quantity: 9 linear feet (9 boxes)
Identification: AR 7158
Repository: Leo Baeck Institute
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Biographical Note

Art historian and journalist Alfred Werner was born Alfred Siegfried Weintraub to Ignatiz and Frederika (Silberstein) in Vienna, Austria on March 31, 1911. He received his Juris Doctor from the University of Vienna in 1934. In Austria, Werner was active in the Viennese literary scene, editing the newspapers Gerechtigkeit and Die Stimme while also publishing poetry. Werner was arrested by the Nazis on November 10, 1938 and sent to the Dachau concentration camp, but he was released in March 1939, through the efforts of his fiancée Dr. Gertrude Bach. The young couple then fled Austria, first to England, spending a year in the Richborough, Kent refugee/internment Kitchener Camp, and then immigrating into the United States.

Upon arrival in New York City, Werner struggled to make a living as a freelance writer. He wrote movingly of this time in a short autobiographical sketch found in Box 1 Folder 3. However, he soon found success in political journalism, and over the next fifteen years published hundreds of articles on European, Jewish, and Zionist affairs. He was also an editor of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia and the Chicago Jewish Forum. The topic dearest to Werner’s heart, however, was art, and by the 1960s he was writing nearly exclusively about art and artists, primarily focused on 19th and 20th-century European, American, and Israeli art with an emphasis on Jewish artists. He had a long-running art column for the Jewish News, “Views and Visions,” and was a frequent contributor to arts publications such as American Artist and Pantheon as well as a senior editor of Art Voices. Werner also wrote over twenty books, including important works on artists such as Chagall, Utrillo, Pascin, Modigliani, Gaugin, and Degas. Werner was also an art consultant for the Theodor Herzl Institute from the 1950s until the end of his life, arranging exhibits and lectures.

Alfred Werner married three times. In 1940, he married Dr. Gertrude Bach. She died in the mid-1940s, soon after arriving in the United States. In 1953, he married Judith Mayer, who died in the early 1970s. Finally, in 1975 Werner married Lisa Traum. Alfred Werner died July 14, 1979.

Sources: Collection, obituaries in The New York Times and Journal of Jewish Art

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Scope and Content Note

The bulk of this collection consists of the published output of Alfred Werner. He wrote thousands of stories, reviews, and columns, and he was an editor of or contributor to, among others, the Viennese newspapers Gerechtigkeit and Die Stimme, the Chicago Jewish Forum, Arts Magazine, and Pantheon.

The single largest segment of the collection, Series II, Subseries 2, consists of work published primarily in the 1940s and 1950s. His focus was world affairs, with an emphasis on Jewish and Zionist issues. The main outlets for his work were the many mid-century American-Jewish publications such as the American Zionist, the Brooklyn Jewish Center Review, and Congress Weekly. He was also a frequent contributor to Jewish publications in Europe and Israel, to newspapers such as the Saturday Evening Review of Literature and the New York Post, and to political magazines such as Esquire, the Nation, and the New Republic.

The second-largest part of the collection, Series II, Subseries 3, consists of Werner’s art history publications. By the 1960s and through the end of his life in 1979, he wrote almost exclusively about art. His main topic was 19th and 20th century European and American art, with an emphasis on Jewish and Israeli artists.

The collection also contains a small amount of additional material pertaining to Alfred Werner’s professional career, including manuscripts, research materials, and published reviews of his work. It also includes a reference collection of over 1000 art photographs, primarily of works by artists Werner was researching. This subseries contains chiefly professional 8x10 black-and-white photographs, most with detailed provenance information on the reverse. There are also a variety of smaller photographs.

Finally, the collection contains some of Werner’s personal documents, such as vital records, manuscripts, typescripts, and published versions of his poetry (written almost entirely in German), typescripts of an early autobiography and a later impressionistic memoir (both in English), as well as about a dozen photographs of Werner.

This collection provides evidence of American political print culture in the 1940s and 1950s, and of the international art scene in the mid 20th-century, with a focus on Jewish, Israeli, and American art. It also provides a window into the robust American-Jewish print culture of the post-war United States, and showcases the success of a Austrian-Jewish émigré in the areas of political writing and art history.

The collection does not contain correspondence and manuscripts commensurate with Werner’s published output. These materials may be held in the related collection found at SUNY Albany.

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Arrangement

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Access and Use

Access Restrictions

Open to researchers.

See copyright note for Box 9, Folder 14.

Access Information

Collection is digitized. Follow the links in the Container List to access the digitized materials.

Readers may access the collection by visiting the Lillian Goldman Reading Room at the Center for Jewish History. We recommend reserving the collection in advance; please visit the LBI Online Catalog and click on the "Request" button.

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Access Points

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Related Material

SUNY Albany holds 30 linear feet of Alfred Werner material as part of its German and Jewish Intellectual Émigré Collection. The Papers of Kathryn M. Yochelson at the Yeshiva University Museum contain one box of Alfred Werner materials.

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Separated Material

Bundesverdienstkreuz, 1.Klasse (German Federal Cross of Merit) was removed to the LBI Art and Object collection.

Some photographs were removed to LBI Photograph collection.

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Microfilm

The collection is on 23 reels of microfilm (MF 1100):

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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:

Identification of item, date (if known); Alfred Werner Collection; AR 7158; box number; folder number; Leo Baeck Institute.

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Processing Information

The collection was minimally processed upon original accession. In September-October 2010, it was rehoused in acid-free folders and boxes. The photographs were additionally placed in acid-free envelopes. The clippings were organized to correspond to the roughly chronological indices likely created by Werner. The indices were verified and found to be quite accurate. The clippings folders bear Werner’s original volume numbers, for ease of cross-reference to the indices. The intellectual structure (series and subseries) of the collection was modified slightly from the original accession to better reflect the contents.

Evidence shows that the clippings were mounted in scrapbooks at one time. For the most part, the clippings are in good condition but there is dried glue on most. Some of the newsprint is extremely fragile, as is some of the manuscript and typescript material.

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Other Finding Aids

Detailed indices for the clippings and photographs, probably prepared by Werner himself, are found at the beginning of the appropriate subseries. A three-page container list was prepared after accession, and can be obtained by contacting LBI.

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Container List

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

Follow the links to access the digitized materials.

 

Series I: Personal, undated, 1939-1978

This series is in English and German, with a small quantity of Hebrew.
0.5 linear feet.
Arrangement:

This series is arranged by document type.

Scope and Content:

This series documents Alfred Werner’s personal life. It includes vital documents such as a curriculum vitae, his birth certificate, the certificate for his first marriage, his Austrian exit visa, educational transcripts, naturalization papers, certificates for honorary awards such as the Bundesverdienstkreuz, 1.Klasse (German Federal Cross of Merit) and the title of Professor bestowed by the Austrian government, and his obituaries from the New York Times and the Journal of Jewish Art. This series also includes manuscripts, typescripts, and published versions of his poetry (written almost entirely in German), typescripts of an early autobiography and a later impressionistic memoir (both in English), as well as about a dozen photographs of Werner.

Document types include vital records, manuscripts, typescripts, and photographs.

BoxFolderTitleDate
11Personal documents 1939-1971
12Poems Undated, 1933-1950
13Autobiography (typescript) 1941?
14Memoir (partial typescript) Undated
15Photographs Undated, 1961-1978
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Series II: Professional, undated, 1914-1979, bulk 1940-1979

This series is primarily in English, with some German and a small quantity of Dutch, French, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Serbian, Spanish, and Swedish.
8.5 linear feet.
Arrangement:

This series is divided by format into five subseries.

Scope and Content:

This series documents Alfred Werner’s professional life. He was a prolific writer, generating thousands of stories, reviews, and columns, and he was an editor of, among others, the Viennese newspapers Gerechtigkeit and Die Stimme, the Chicago Jewish Forum, Arts Magazine, and Pantheon. Werner’s two main areas of interest were world affairs, primarily Jewish and Zionist issues, and art history. His life as a professional writer began in Vienna during the 1930s, but the bulk of this series consists of his publications after he immigrated to the United States. In the 1940s and 1950s, he primarily published about world affairs, but his focus gradually shifted to art history and by the early 1960s and to the end of his career in 1979 he wrote almost exclusively about art. Jewish and Israeli artists were a particular focus. This series contains almost all of the articles published by Werner from 1940 until his death in 1979.

This series contains primarily published articles (clippings) and photographs. It also contains a small quantity of manuscripts, typescripts, research notes, printed ephemera, and correspondence.

Subseries 1: Correspondence, undated, 1939-1979

This subseries is in English, German, and Italian.
1 folder.
Arrangement:

This subseries is arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

This subseries contains professional correspondence to and from Alfred Werner, with journals and newspapers, artists, publishers, critics, and professional acquaintances. About five letters date from 1939-1940, and a handful date from 1954-1964, but the majority dates from 1975-1979. There are also some undated letters, including a few outgoing drafts.

BoxFolderTitleDate
16Correspondence Undated, 1939-1979

Subseries 2: Printed Materials -- World Affairs , 1931-1979

This subseries is primarily in English, with some German and a small quantity of French, Hebrew,and Spanish.
3.5 linear feet.
Arrangement:

This subseries is in original order, arranged roughly chronologically.

Box 1, Folder 9, to Box 4, Folder 16 correspond to the general-volumes item-level index (Box 1, Folder 8), which in turn reflects the original organizational scheme, likely maintained by Werner.

Art-related publications were initially found in original general volumes 1-62 (Box 1, Folder 9 to Box 3, Folder 23), but were removed (probably by Werner himself) and placed in the art volumes. These articles are listed in the general index, but are not found in the general folders. Instead, they are found in the art volumes and in the corresponding separate art index. However, the art-related articles in original general volumes 63-77 (Box 3, Folder 24 to Box 4, Folder 14) in this subseries were not removed. Therefore, art-related materials are also found in Box 3, Folder 24 through Box 4, Folder 16.

The index is generally accurate. Some articles are missing, and a small number of extra articles are found as well. The latter are primarily articles about Werner and reviews of his work, rather than Werner’s own writing. The index is missing for original volumes 16 and 21.

Scope and Content:

Werner wrote stories, reviews, and columns for a wide range of publications. He began his career in the mid-1930s in Vienna, as a journalist, poet, and editor of the newspapers Gerechtigkeit and Die Stimme. Some clippings from his time in Austria, 1931-1939, are found in Box 1, Folder 7. After a brief stay in England at the Kitchener Camp in Kent (where Werner wrote for the local paper), he immigrated to the USA, where his focus, when not writing about art, was chiefly Jewish and Zionist affairs. The primary outlets for his work were the many mid-century American-Jewish publications such as the American Zionist, Aufbau, the Brooklyn Jewish Center Review, and Congress Weekly. He was also a frequent contributor to Jewish publications in Europe and Israel, to newspapers such as the Saturday Evening Review of Literature and the New York Post, and to political magazines such as Esquire, the Nation, and the New Republic. An item-level index, likely prepared by Werner, for Box 1, Folder 9 to Box 4, Folder 16 is found at Box 1, Folder 8. This series also includes a small number of articles about Werner and reviews of his work, which are found in their chronological location in the volumes. Some were included in the item-level indices, but many were not. Box 4, Folder 17 contains additional publications by Werner found in other parts of the collection; these are not reflected in the item-level index.

BoxFolderTitleDate
17Vienna publications Undated, 1931-1939
18Index (general volumes) 1960s
19Volume 1 1940 July-1940 December
110Volume 2 1939-1941
111Volume 3 1940-1941
112Volume 4 1941-1942
113Volume 5 1941-1942
114Volume 6 1942 March-1942 May
115Volume 7 1942 June-1942 September
116Volume 8 1942 October-1943 February
117Volume 9 1943 February-1943 June
118Volume 10 1943 June-1943 October
119Volume 11 1943 October-1943 December
120Volume 12 1943 December-1944 May
121Volume 13 1944 March-1944 June
122Volume 14 1944 June-1944 September
123Volume 15 1944 August-1944 December
124Volume 16 1944 November-1945 January
125Volume 17 1945 January-1945 April
126Volume 18 1945 April-1945 September
BoxFolderTitleDate
21Volume 19 1945 July-1945 October
22Volume 20 1945 August-1946 February
23Volume 21 1946 February-1946 April
24Volume 22 1946 April-1946 July
25Volume 23 1946 June-1946 October
26Volume 24 1946 June-1946 December
27Volume 25 1946 December-1947 March
28Volume 26 1947 January-1947 May
29Volume 27 1946 November-1947 August
210Volume 28 1947 August-1947 October
211Volume 29 1947 October-1948 January
212Volume 30 1947 December-1948 April
213Volume 31 1948 March-1948 April
214Volume 32 1948 April-1948 July
215Volume 33 1948 July-1948 October
216Volume 34 1948 October-1948 December
217Volume 35 1948 November-1949 April
218Volume 36 1949 April-1949 June
219Volume 37 1949 April-1949 October
220Volume 38 1949 September-1950 February
221Volume 39 1950 February-1950 June
BoxFolderTitleDate
31Volume 40 1950 June-1950 September
32Volume 41 1950 July-1950 November
33Volume 42 1950 October-1951 January
34Volume 43 1951 January-1951 July
35Volume 44 1951 January-1951 September
36Volume 45 1951 October-1952 March
37Volume 46 1952 February-1952 May
38Volume 47 1952 April-1952 July
39Volume 48 1952 June-1952 October
310Volume 49 1952 October-1953 January
311Volume 50 1953 January-1953 May
312Volume 51 1953 April-1953 June
313Volume 52 1953 June-1953 November
314Volume 53 1953 November-1954 February
315Volume 54 1954 February-1954 May
316Volume 55 1954 May-1954 July
317Volume 56 1954 August-1954 November
318Volume 57 1954 November-1955 February
319Volume 58 1955 March-1955 April
320Volume 59 1955 April-1955 July
321Volume 60 1955 August-1955 October
322Volume 61 1955 October-1955 December
323Volume 62 1955 December-1956 March
324Volume 63 1956 April-1956 June
325Volume 64 1956 July-1956 October
326Volume 65 1956 October-1957 January
327Volume 66 1957 January-1957 May
328Volume 67 1957 May-1957 August
329Volume 68.1 1957 September-1957 December
330Volume 68.2 1957 December-1958 February
BoxFolderTitleDate
41Volume 69 1958 February-1958 August
42Volume 70 1958 August-1958 November
43Volume 71.1 1958 December-1959 February
44Volume 71.2 1959 February-1959 May
45Volume 72.1 1959 March-1959 August
46Volume 72.2 1959 August-1959 September
47Volume 73.1 1959 September-1959 December
48Volume 73.2 1959 December-1960 February
49Volume 74.1 1960 March-1960 May
410Volume 74.2 1960 May-1960 July
411Volume 75.1 1960 July-1960 November
412Volume 75.2 1960 November-1961 January
413Volume 76.1 1961 January-1961 April
414Volume 76.2 1961 April-1961 June
415Volume 77.1 1961 April-1961 December
416Volume 77.2 1961 December-1962 March
417Additional Publications Undated, 1940-1979

Subseries 3: Printed Materials -- Art, 1944-1979

This subseries is primarily in English, with some German and a small quantity of Dutch, French, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Serbian, Spanish, and Swedish.
2.5 linear feet.
Arrangement:

This subseries is arranged chronologically, and corresponds to the item-level index (Box 5, Folder 1). This is the original organizational scheme, likely maintained by Werner. Art-related publications were initially found in original general volumes 1-62, but were removed (probably by Werner himself) and placed in the art volumes. These articles are listed in the general index, but are not found in the general folders. Instead, they are found in the art volumes and in the corresponding separate art index. However, the art-related articles in original general volumes 63-77 (Box 3, Folder 24 to Box 4, Folder 14) in subseries 2 were not removed. Therefore, art-related materials are also found in those folders.

The index is fairly accurate. Some articles are missing, and a small number of extra articles are found as well. The latter are primarily articles about Werner and reviews of his work, rather than Werner’s own writing.

Scope and Content:

During the 1940s and 1950s, Werner wrote about both art and politics. However, by the early 1960s and continuing until the end of his life in 1979, Werner wrote nearly exclusively about art and artists, primarily focused on 19th and 20th-century European and American art with an emphasis on Jewish artists. He wrote a long-running art column for the Jewish News, “Views and Visions,” and was a frequent contributor to arts publications such as American Artist and Pantheon. He was also a senior editor of Art Voices. This subseries consists primarily of clippings of Werner's art-related articles. This subseries also contains some printed ephemera written by Werner, such as pamphlets, announcements of art shows, gallery books, and exhibit catalogs. The most common are descriptive pamphlets of exhibits at the Theodor Herzl Institute from the 1950s through the 1970s; Werner was the art curator for the Herzl Institute. Item-level index found in Box 5, Folder 1. This series also includes a small number of articles about Werner and reviews of his work, which are found in their chronological location in the volumes. Some were included in the item-level indices, but many were not.

BoxFolderTitleDate
51Index (art volumes) 1979?
52Volume 1.1 1944-1949
53Volume 1.2 1950-1952
54Volume 2.1 1952
55Volume 2.2 1953-1959
56Volume 3.1 1953 February-1953 September
57Volume 3.2 1953 September-1954 May
58Volume 4.1 1954 May-1954 November
59Volume 4.2 1954 November-1955 April
510Volume 5.1 1955 May-1955 October
511Volume 5.2 1955 October-1956 March
512Volume 6.1 1962 April-1962 October
513Volume 6.2 1962 November-1963 February
514Volume 6.3 1963 March-1963 July
515Volume 7.1 1963 August-1964 January
516Volume 7.2 1964 February-1964 September
517Volume 7.3 1964 September-1964 December
518Volume 8.1 1965 January-1965 June
BoxFolderTitleDate
61Volume 8.2 1965 June-1966 February
62Volume 8.3 1966 February-1966 June
63Volume 9.1 1966 June-1966 December
64Volume 9.2 1967 January-1967 August
65Volume 9.3 1967 August-1967 October
66Volume 10.1 1967 November-1968 May
67Volume 10.2 1968 May-1968 December
68Volume 10.3 1967-1969
69Volume 11.1 1969 June-1970 March
610Volume 11.2 1970 April-1970 July
611Volume 12.1 1970 July-1971 July
612Volume 12.2 1971 May-1972 March
613Volume 13.1 1972 January-1973 May
614Volume 13.2 1973 January -1973 July
615Volume 13.3 1972 February-1974 April
616Volume 13.4 1973 December-1974 November
BoxFolderTitleDate
71Volume 14.1 1974 December-1975 October
72Volume 14.2 1975 July-1976 November
73Volume 15 1976 November-1977 September
74Volume 16.1 1977 July-1978 July
75Volume 16.2 1978 July-1979 August

Subseries 4: Various, undated, 1914-1978

This subseries is primarily in English, with some German and a small quantity of Dutch, Italian, Japanese, and Swedish.
1 linear foot.
Arrangement:

This subseries is arranged by document type, alphabetically, and chronologically.

Scope and Content:

This subseries contains small groupings of other documents pertaining to Alfred Werner’s professional career. The Manuscripts folder contains some of Werner’s typescripts, manuscripts, and notes for stories, articles, reviews. The research materials folders contain papers related to topics that Werner was investigating. Some of these materials were separated from the Reference Photographs subseries. The related photographs folders are noted. The Various additional research materials folder contains subfolders corresponding to the Reference Photographs folders from which the materials were removed.

The Reviews of Werner’s Work folder is arranged alphabetically by title or artist’s last name, and contains reviews of: Butterflies and Moths, Barlach, Chagall, Dufy, Modigliani, Pascin, Soutine, The Sword and the Flame (Heine), Tully Filmus, and Weber. Subseries 2 and 3 above also contain reviews of Werner’s work.

This subseries also contains a folder of newspaper articles about Werner. Series I, and Subseries 2 and 3 of Series II also contain articles about Werner. The Various folder contains ads for and ephemera related to Werner’s art lectures, reviewer lists, project proposals, and other printed miscellanea.

BoxFolderTitleDate
76Manuscripts Undated, 1933-1950(?)
77Anatoli Kaplan research materials 1960s
  

See Box 8, Folder 9 for related photographs.

 
78Artist as Adversary research materials 1970
  

See Box 9, Folder 6 for related photographs.

 
79Chasidic Art research materials 1967-1968
  

See Box 9, Folder 7 for related photographs.

 
710Joe Davidson research materials Undated, 1914-1952
  

See Box 8, Folder 5 for related photographs.

 
711Max Lieberman research materials 1967
  

See Box 8, Folder 14 for related photographs.

 
712Modigliani research materials 1960s
713Various additional research materials Undated, 1950s-1970s
  

See subseries 5 for related photographs.

 
714Miscellaneous printed research materials Undated, 1943-1978
715Articles about Werner Undated, 1950-1973
716Reviews of Werner’s Work 1961-1978
717Various Undated, 1939-1978

Subseries 5: Reference Photographs, undated, 1950s-1970s

This subseries is primarily in English, with some German, French, and Japanese.
2 linear feet.
Arrangement:

This subseries is in original order, arranged alphabetically by artist and then alphabetically by subject. Some non-photographic material has been removed to the Various subseries, and is noted as such. A complete listing of the artists and subjects found in this subseries is provided by the inventory found in Box 8, Folder 1. Most of the photographs are undated, but approximate ranges are included where they could be discerned (such as from a related exhibition catalog).

Scope and Content:

This subseries contains Alfred Werner’s working image collection. It consists primarily of reference photographs of works by artists he was writing about, but also includes some photographs of the artists themselves. The artists and subjects parallel Werner’s interests in 19th and 20th-century European, American, and Israeli art with an emphasis on Jewish artists. There are also some photographs of Jewish life in Europe and Israel.

The dominant format is 8x10 black-and-white silver gelatin prints, but there are also a variety of smaller print sizes, photo postcards, color photographs, and a few negatives and transparencies. The majority has detailed descriptive information on reverse, such as the artist, title of work, and originating collection. Note the copyright restriction on Box 9, Folder 14.

BoxFolderTitleDate
81Artist photo index 1970s?
82A-B Undated, 1950s-1970s
  

See Box 7, Folder 13 for related materials.

 
83Chagall, Mark Undated, 1940s-1970s
84Chagall, Mark Undated, 1940s-1970s
  

See Box 7, Folder 13 for related materials.

 
85D-E Undated, 1960s-1970s
  

See Box 7, Folder 10 and Box 7, Folder 13 for related materials.

 
86Epstein, Jacob Undated, 1960s
  

See Box 7, Folder 13 for related materials.

 
87G Undated, 1960s-1970s
88Gross, Chaim Undated
  

See Box 7, Folder 13 for related materials.

 
89Kaplan, Anatoli Undated
  

See Box 7, Folder 7 for related materials.

 
810Kollwitz, Kaethe Undated, 1950s
811J-K Undated, 1960s
  

See Box 7, Folder 13 for related materials.

 
812L Undated, 1970s
813Levine, Jack Undated, 1960s
814Liebermann, Max Undated
  

See Box 7, Folder 11 for related materials.

 
815Lipchitz, Jacques Undated, 1960s-1970s
  

See Box 7, Folder 13 for related materials.

 
816M-O Undated, 1960s-1970s
  

See Box 7, Folder 13 for related materials.

 
817Pascin, Jules Undated
818Pissarro Undated, 1960s
BoxFolderTitleDate
91P-R Undated, 1960s-1970s
92Rubin, Reuven Undated, 1950s-1970s
  

See Box 7, Folder 13 for related materials.

 
93Shahn, Ben Undated, 1950s-1960s
  

See Box 7, Folder 13 for related materials.

 
94S-U Undated, 1950s-1970s
  

See Box 7, Folder 13 for related materials.

 
95W-Z Undated, 1950s-1970s
96Artist as Adversary 1970
  

See Box 7, Folder 8 for related materials.

 
97Chasidic Art 1967-1968
  

See Box 7, Folder 9 for related materials.

 
98Hungarian artists Undated
99Israeli artists: A-M Undated, 1950s-1970s
  

See Box 7, Folder 13 for related materials.

 
910Israeli artists: N-Z Undated, 1960s-1970s
  

See Box 7, Folder 13 for related materials.

 
911Israeli crafts, museums, and people Undated
912Israeli sitesUndated
913Jewish life:Austria, Czechoslovakia Undated
914Jewish life: France Undated, 1960s
  

Contains six photographs that may not be used without prior permission of copyright holder David Franck.

 
915Jewish life: Italy Undated
916Jewish life: Netherlands Undated, 1956
  

See Box 7, Folder 13 for related materials.

 
917Jewish ritual art Undated
918Synagogues Undated, 1950s-1970s
919Urban areas: Austria Undated
920Urban areas: Germany Undated, 1950s-1960s
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