Alfred J. Frueh papers, 1904-2010

A Finding Aid to the Alfred J. Frueh Papers, 1904-2010, in the Archives of American Art, by Catherine S. Gaines

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Biographical Information

Alfred J. Frueh (1880-1968) worked primarily in New York and was best known for his caricatures of theater personalities that appeared in The New Yorker from 1925 through 1962. In addition, he was a cartoonist, illustrator, painter, and designer of children's furniture, toys, pop-ups, and cut-outs.

Upon graduation from the Lima Business College in his native Lima, Ohio, Al Frueh (pronounced "free") began farming and working in his father's brewery. He moved to St. Louis to live with relatives, and from 1904-1908 worked in the art department of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Frueh's 1907 cartoon of Fritzi Scheff, published in the St. Louis Post Dispatch, so outraged the music-hall star that her St. Louis performance was cancelled and the attendant publicity made Frueh a celebrity.

Frueh traveled to Paris, London, Rome, Munich, Berlin, and Madrid in 1908 and 1909. During this period, he studied at various art schools in Paris, receiving instruction from Theophile Steinlen, Lucien Simon, Naudin, and Henri Matisse. Upon his return to the United States, Frueh settled in New York City. His tenure at The World was interrupted by a return trip to Europe lasting from late 1912 until late 1914. While abroad, he married Giuliette Fanciulli, whom he had met in New York. He remained with The World for another ten years, also producing other work for publication and exhibition. With a young family, Frueh wanted a less hectic life and decided to switch from a daily publication to a weekly one. Thus began his affiliation with a newly established periodical, The New Yorker. Frueh's work appeared in its 1925 debut issue until his retirement in 1962. Mostly he contributed caricatures for the theater section, but he also produced cover designs, illustrations, and on occasion wrote brief pieces for the "Talk of the Town" and "Notes and Comments" sections. In 1926, Frueh moved his family to a farm in Sharon, Connecticut, where he seriously pursued a longstanding hobby of growing fruit and nut trees.

Alfred J. Frueh died in Sharon, Connecticut, in 1968, after a long illness.

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Overview of the Collection

Scope and Contents

The papers of caricaturist and illustrator Alfred J. Frueh measure 5.3 linear feet and date from 1904-2010. These papers consist of biographical information, including a sound recording of reminiscences about Frueh by his children; correspondence that includes many illustrated letters and greeting cards; notes and writings; numerous caricature sketches, cartoons, and 25 sketchbooks by Frueh; printed material; and photographs of Frueh and his artwork.

Biographical materials include birth, marriage, and death certificates, biographical notes, employment contracts, obituaries, and legal papers concerning patents and license agreements for toy animals and sheet material sculpture. Also included is a 1993 sound recording of Frueh's children reminiscing about their father.

Correspondence consists mainly of incoming letters with a small number of interfiled replies drafted by Frueh. Most of Frueh's surviving outgoing letters are addressed to Giuliette Fanciulli (whom he married in 1913), her parents, and his sister Minnie Frueh. Many of the letters to Giuliette and other family members are illustrated. Also included are a large number of greeting cards (mainly Christmas cards) containing original artwork, from friends, artists, writers, and colleagues. The correspondence concerns both personal and career matters. Notable correspondents are: George Gershwin, Robert Henri, Mr. and Mrs. Elie Nadelman, Eugene O'Neil, Walter and Magda Pach, New Yorker editor Harold Ross, and Alfred Stieglitz. Other letters document Frueh's interest in nut and fruit trees.

Among the notes and writings by Frueh are notes of ideas for art work, lists of caricature sketches, lists of plays and their casts, and 8 address books kept by Alfred and Giuliette Frueh and by Giuliette and her mother. Also included are 6 notebooks of miscellaneous jottings. Notes and writings by other authors consist of lists of caricature sketches, a poem by an unknown writer, and 13 short stories by "Joe" with 6 illustrations by Frueh.

Artwork by Frueh comprises the largest series. It consists mainly of caricature sketches, mostly theatrical, but some political, with a few of himself, his wife Giuliette, and their personal friends. In addition, there are various sketches, drawings, designs, prints, watercolors, cartoons, book covers, greeting cards, paper sculptures, pop-ups, and cut-outs. Also included are patterns for greeting cards, lamp bases and a shade, magic squares, paper sculptures, sheet material sculptures, toy animals, and wallpaper. There are also 25 sketchbooks, a DVD containing a slideshow presentation of 1600 images from the sketchbooks, and 3 caricatures of Frueh drawn by other artists.

Among the printed material are articles by and about Frueh; book covers and book jackets, magazine covers, invitations, announcements, and a program cover designed by Frueh; caricatures, cartoons, and illustrations by Frueh; exhibition catalogs and announcements of Frueh's solo and group shows; and miscellaneous printed material.

Photographs consist of a studio portrait and informal snapshots of Alfred Frueh and a photograph of his daughter Barbara as a young child. Photographs of art work by Frueh include images of his caricatures, lamp bases, paper sculptures, and toy animals.

Arrangement and Series Description

The collection is arranged into six series:

Subjects and Names

This collection is indexed in the online catalog of the Archives of American Art under the following index terms:

  • Actors--Caricatures and cartoons
  • Caricatures and cartoons
  • Caricaturists--New York (State)--New York
  • Cartoonists--New York (State)--New York
  • Christmas cards
  • Drawings
  • Greeting cards
  • Illustrated letters
  • Illustrators--New York (State)--New York
  • Magazine illustration
  • New Yorker (New York, N.Y. :1925)
  • Photographs
  • Sketches
  • Works of art

Provenance

The Alfred J. Frueh papers were the gift of his children, Barbara Frueh Bornemann, Alfred J. Frueh, Jr., and Robert Frueh, in 1993 and 1997. An addition of 25 sketchbooks and other materials were given by his grandson Stephen Bornemann in 2011.

How the Collection was Processed

The collection was fully processed and described by Catherine S. Gaines in 2005. The collection was prepared for digitization in 2011 by Judy Ng and fully digitized in 2012 with funding provided by the Terra Foundation for American Art.


How to Use the Collection

Restrictions on Use

Use of original papers requires an appointment.

Ownership & Literary Rights

The Alfred J. Frueh papers are owned by the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Literary rights as possessed by the donor have been dedicated to public use for research, study, and scholarship. The collection is subject to all copyright laws.

Available Formats

The bulk of the collection was digitized in 2011 and is available via the Archives of American Art's website. Blank pages, blank versos of photographs, photographs of artwork, duplicates, and exhibition catalogs of other artists have not been scanned. In most cases, the cover, title page, and individual relevant pages have been scanned from published materials.

The sound recording in this collection was digitized for research access in 2011 and is available at the Archives of American Art offices. Researchers may view the original cassette for the archival notations on them, but the original cassette is not available for playback due to fragility.

How to Cite this Collection

Alfred J. Frueh papers, 1904-2010. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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Detailed Description and Container Inventory

Series 1: Biographical Materials, 1909-1993
8 Folders; Box 1

Biographical materials include birth, marriage, and death certificates, biographical notes, employment contracts, obituaries, and legal papers concerning patents and license agreements for toy animals and sheet material sculpture. Also included is a 1993 audiocassette recording of Frueh's children reminiscing about their father.

This series has been scanned in its entirety. The sound recording has been digitized for research access and is available at the Archives of American Art offices.

Box Folder
1 1 Recording of Reminiscences on Alfred J. Frueh (3 children and son-in-law), 1993
1 Sound cassette
Frueh's 3 children, Barbara Frueh Bornemann, Robert Frueh, and Alfred J. Frueh, Jr., reminisce on their childhood, their father, and their memories of of growing up in New York and Sharon, Connecticut. An undated recording of Barbara's husband Karl recalling memories of Frueh has been added to the end of the tape.
1 2 Biographical Notes, circa 1920s
1 3 Birth, Marriage, and Death Certificates, 1913-1973
1 4 Employment Contracts, 1910, undated
1 5 Homes, circa 1920s
1 6 Obituaries, 1968
1 7 Patents and License Agreement for Toy Animals and Sheet-Material Sculpture, 1917-1922
1 8 Travel Documents, 1909-1914

Series 2: Correspondence, circa 1909-1968
1.2 Linear feet; Boxes 1-2, OV 7

Arranged alphabetically, correspondence consists mainly of incoming letters to Frueh, and some addressed to his wife, Giuliette; a small number of replies drafted by Frueh are interfiled. Most of Frueh's surviving outgoing letters are addressed to Giuliette Fanciulli (whom he married in 1913), her parents, and his sister Minnie Frueh. Many of the family letters, especially those written by Frueh during his time in Europe, are illustrated. In addition, Christmas cards are plentiful, with a high percentage containing original artwork by artist friends and acquaintances.

This series has been scanned in its entirety.

Box Folder
1 9 American Brotherhood - Ashton, 1926-1968
  • American Brotherhood, The National Conference of Christians and Jews, Inc.
  • Angell, Ernest and Katharine
  • Arens, Egmont and Ruth
  • Arens, Egmont and Camille David
  • Armstrong, Consul General and Lady Margot Hanway (see also Hanway, Margot)
  • Ashermann family
  • Ashton, Leota
1 10 Baer - Butterworth, 1920-1967
  • Baer
  • Baldwin, Dorothy
  • Bamberger, Mrs. Theron (see also Perlman, Phyllis)
  • Barton, Carlotta and Ralph
  • Beaufoy-Lane, H. J. ("Beef") and Katie
  • Bedaux, Charles E.
  • Berthoud, Mary Lamson
  • Berthoud, Mollie
  • Bode, William A.
  • Boordy Vineyard
  • Booth, Edward T. and Mary Lena
  • Boronda family
  • Brady, Alice
  • Brennan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles T.
  • Brinkerhoff, Bob and Pat
  • Brisbane, A.
  • Brooklyn Botanic Garden
  • Brown, Ned
  • Buffano, Remo and Florence Koehler
  • Butterworth, Pearl and Roddy
1 11 Carr - Cushman, 1919-1967
  • Carr, Gene, Helen, and Cleantha (see also Weill, Cleantha)
  • Casamajor, Louis
  • Casey, Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeSales
  • Cassel, Mr. and Mrs. John
  • Cesare, Oscar
  • Chaffee, Melzar and Naomi
  • Chessman, Bill and Dorothy
  • Cimino, Harry and Miriam
  • Clarke, Paul
  • Clarke, Steve
  • Cobb, Frank I.
  • Cobb, Margaret
  • Columbia University
  • Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station
  • Conrey family
  • Cornell, Gerry and Helen
  • Costillo, Patience
  • Craven, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C.
  • Crosby, Percy
  • Crowninshield, Frank
  • Cunningham, Cecil, Clara Tice, and Miriam
  • Cushman, Nancy
1 12 Davis - Draper, 1927-1963
  • Davis, Harriet and Malcom
  • Dayton, Fred and Helena
  • DeCasseres, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
  • Deton, Brownie and Cra
  • Dick, Elsie
  • Diederick, William Hunt
  • Dieterich family
  • Digges, Dudley and Mary
  • Dirks, Helen and Rudie
  • Draper, Dorcas
1 13 Eaton - Falls, 1915-1963
  • Eaton, Mal
  • Elder, Arthur T.
  • Elvin, Veda
  • Encyclopedia Britannica
  • Englehardt, Irma Selz
  • Estrada, Luis and Nell
  • Euheuph, Isaac low
  • Ewing, Neal H.
  • Fallouey, Emile and Jeanne
  • Falls, Bedelia and Charles (relative of Frueh)
1 14 Fanciulli, Mr. and Mrs. Francesco (Giuliette Frueh's parents), circa 1913-1914
1 15-18 Fanciulli, Giuliette (wife; see also Frueh, Giulliette), 1912-1913
1 19 Ferris - Freeman, 1925-1950
  • Ferris, Mr. and Mrs.
  • Fornaro, Carlo
  • Forsyth, Cecil
  • Fox, Albert W.
  • Fox, Edith and Fontaine
  • Freeman, Elizabeth and Margaret
1 20-21 Frueh, Giuliette (wife; see also Fanciulli, Giuliette), 1914-1957
1 22 Frueh, Minnie (sister), circa 1909-1913
1 23 Frueh, Robert - Gussow, 1920-1963
  • Frueh, Robert (son)
  • Fruhauft, Aline
  • Galbraith, Catherine Atwater (Mrs. J. Kenneth)
  • Gannett, Louis and Ruth
  • Gauthier, Eva
  • Gavit, John P.
  • Gaylor family
  • Genthe, Arnold
  • Geraghty, Eva and Jim
  • Gershwin, George
  • Gibbs, Wolcott
  • Gibson, Charles Dana
  • Glackens, Edith
  • Gomme, Florence and Laurence
  • Grant, Walter Monroe and Mollie Higgins Smith (see also Smith, Mollie)
  • Graves, Arthur H.
  • Graves, C. Edward
  • Greenstein
  • Gropper, William and Sophie
  • Gross, Milt
  • Gussow, B.S. and D.
1 24 Haenigsen - Hartman, 1920-1967
  • Haenigsen, Harry and Jeanette
  • Hahn, Manuel and Nancy
  • Hanley, Frank and Ieda
  • Hanway, Margot (see also Armstrong, Lady Margot)
  • Harris, Oello and William
  • Harting family
  • Hartman, Bertram and Gusta
1 25 Hawley - Hull, 1920-1957
  • Hawley, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
  • Hayes, Helen
  • Hayes, William
  • Hays, Olive
  • Henderson, Clifford and Rafe
  • Henri, Robert
  • Herold, Dan
  • Herriman, George
  • Hollister, Paul
  • Holt, Horace and Pamela
  • Homs, Dora L.
  • Hoover, Dorothy and Ellison
  • Hopp�, E. O.
  • Hull family
1 26 Ingersoll - Kurr, 1914-1963
  • Ingersoll, Ralph
  • Jacobsen, Ethel Plummer and Norman (see also Plummer, Ethel)
  • Johnston, Hattie Belle and William
  • Jones, Henry
  • Jones, Robert Edmund
  • Kelsey, Jim
  • Kelten, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
  • Koenig, John D.
  • Kuhn, Walt, Vera, and Brenda
  • Kurr, Louis
1 27 Lamarque - Lyman, 1924-1965
  • Lamarque, Abril
  • Lambert, J. B.
  • Larson, Dorothy H.
  • Lawson, Kate Drain
  • Lederman, Minna
  • Lescaze, Mary and William
  • Library of Congress
  • Locher family
  • Lowry, Glenn
  • Lutz, Dorothy
  • Lyman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunt
Box Folder
2 1 MacDougall - Museum of the City of New York, 1915-1962
  • MacDougall, Sally
  • MacGowan, Kate
  • Mager, Bob
  • Martin, John
  • Massaquer, Conrado W.
  • Maxwell, William
  • McClure, H. H.
  • Merrill, Flora and Kim
  • Mestre, Alfred and Marie
  • Meyers, Helen Bradbury
  • Miller, Helen and Kenneth
  • Minor, Bob and Lydia
  • Monterey, Carlotta (see also O'Neill, Carlotta)
  • Moran, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Francis
  • Morse, Howard and Reba
  • Museum of the City of New York
2 2 Nadelman - Nut Tree Nurseries, 1927-1967
  • Nadelman, Elie and Viola
  • Narodny, Ivan and Maria
  • The Nation
  • New York Drafting Institute
  • New York Public Library
  • The News
  • Nut Tree Nurseries
2 3 O'Malley - Opffer, 1921-1959
  • O'Malley, Frank and Grace
  • O'Neill, Carlotta and Eugene (see also Monterey,Carlotta )
  • Opffer
2 4 Pach - Pulitzer, 1916-1965
  • Pach, Magda and Walter
  • Pagent Book Co.
  • Pascin, Jules
  • Pemberton, Murdock
  • Pennsylvania Nut Growers' Association
  • Perlman, Phyllis (see also Bamberger, Phyllis)
  • Philadelphia Art Alliance
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art
  • Philyss, N. Burton
  • Pierce, John Burney, Jr.
  • Plain and Fancy
  • The Players
  • Plummer, Ethel (see also Jacobsen, Ethel)
  • Popini, Alexander and Alice
  • Porter and Co., Inc.
  • The Print Galleries
  • Pulitzer, Joseph, Jr.
  • Pulitzer, Ralph
2 5 Rammelkamp - Roth, 1910-1959
  • Rammelkamp, Julian S.
  • Revue du Vrai et du Beau
  • Reyher, Betty
  • Riis, Roger William
  • Ringe, Helen H.
  • Robinson, Boardman and Sally
  • Roch�, Henri Pierre
  • Rohn, Ray
  • Ross, Charles G.
  • Ross, Harold W.
  • Roth, Herb
2 6 Schabelitz - Stieglitz, 1912-1963
  • Schabelitz, M. and R.F.
  • Schwab, Arnold T.
  • Sendamore, Rene
  • The Seven Seas
  • Shawn, William
  • Smith, Helen
  • Smith, Jim and Patricia Collinge
  • Smith, Mollie Higgins (see also Grant, Walter)
  • Sparks, Lucy Chase
  • Speinack, Sam and Bella Cohen
  • Spillman, Margaret
  • Springarn, Arthur and Marion
  • Stein, Marceau
  • Sterrett, Cliff and Nan
  • Stevenson, Adlai E.
  • Stewart, Albert and Margaret
  • Stieglitz, Alfred
2 7 Tangeman - Tyrrell, 1928-1961
  • Tangeman, John
  • Taylor, Laurette
  • Terry, Daisy E.
  • Theatre Arts Magazine
  • Tice, Clara
  • Tyrrell, Henry
2 8 Ullman Manufacturing Company - Viafora, 1921-1939
  • Ullman Manufacturing Company
  • Van Loon, Hendrik and Jimmie (Mrs. Van Loon)
  • Vanity Fair
  • Venable, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Sidney Hgh
  • Viafora, Gina and Gianni
2 9 Wallace - Wynne, 1921-1960
  • Wallace, David
  • Wallace, Ethel
  • Walts, Frank
  • Washer, Ben
  • Webster family
  • Weill, Cleantha Carr (see also Carr, Cleantha)
  • Weitenkampf, F.
  • Wells, H. G.
  • Westerman, Harry F.
  • Westport Community Art Association
  • Wetteran, Margaret Chaplin
  • Weyhe
  • White, Florence D.
  • White, Katharine S. and E. B.
  • Wilson family
  • Woods, Charles W. and Mabel
  • Wortman, Denys and Hilda (Oversized material housed in OV 7)
  • Wright, Glenn C.
  • Wylie, Philip and Sally
  • Wynne family
2 10 Young - Zorach; Unknown and Illegible, 1918-1968
  • Young, Art
  • Young, Marjorie and Roland
  • Zigrosser, Carl
  • Zorach, Marguerite and William
  • Unknown and Illegible
Box
OV 7 Wortman, Denys and Hilda, circa 1930s-1940s
Oversized material scanned with Box 2, Folder 9

Series 3: Notes and Writings, circa 1912-1963
10 Folders; Box 2

The series is arranged as 2 subseries:

3.1: By Frueh, circa 1912-1963

Notes and writings by Frueh include notes of ideas for art work, lists of caricature sketches, lists of plays and their casts, and 8 address books kept by Alfred and Giuliette Frueh and by Giuliette and her mother. Also included are 6 notebooks of miscellaneous jottings.

This subseries has been scanned in its entirety.

Box Folder
2 11-12 Address Books (8 vols.), circa 1920s-1940s
2 13 Lists of Caricature Sketches, circa 1920s-1950s
2 14 List of Plays and the Actors, circa 1920s-1950s
2 15 Notebooks (6 vols.), circa 1912-1963
2 16 Notes - Ideas for Art Work, circa 1920s-1950s
2 17 Notes, Miscellaneous, circa 1920s-1950s

3.2: By Others, 1933-1950s

Notes and writings by other authors consist of lists of caricature sketches, a poem by an unknown writer, and 13 short stories by "Joe" with 6 illustrations by Frueh.

This subseries has been scanned in its entirety.

Box Folder
2 18 Lists of Caricature Sketches (A-Z), circa 1950s-1960s
2 19 Poem, "Gaspard et Zo�" by Unknown, circa 1950s-1960s
2 20 Short Stories (13) by Joe with Illustrations (6) by Frueh, 1933

Series 4: Artwork, circa 1906-2010
1.7 Linear feet; Boxes 2-4, 6, OV 8-9

Artwork includes caricatures, cartoons, designs, and sketchbooks by Frueh, as well as artwork by others. In addition, Correspondence (Series 2) includes illustrated letters by Frueh and others. Most of those illustrated by Frueh date from his extended stays in Europe and are addressed to fianc� Giuliette Fanciulli and family members. Correspondence also includes many Christmas cards and other greeting cards with original art work sent to Frueh by artist friends.

The series is arranged as 4 subseries:

4.1: Caricatures by Frueh, circa 1920-1962

Caricature sketches are are mainly of theatrical figures, but also include some politicians (primarily those participating in the Teapot Dome/Sinclair Oil trials, 1923-1929), and a small number of Frueh, Giuliette, and friends. Most caricature sketches are in pencil; many are on tracing paper, and the reverse sides of those on drawing paper/brown paper frequently are covered with graphite for the purpose of transfer or making multiple copies. Caricatures are filed alphabetically by name, and those featuring several cast members are filed by play title.

This subseries has been scanned in its entirety.

Box Folder
2 21 Abel - Astor, circa 1920-1962
  • Abel, Walter
  • Adair, Jean
  • Adams, Edith
  • Adams, Joe
  • Adams, Franklin P.
  • Adler, Dr. Felix
  • Adler, Stella
  • Alberghetti, Anna Maria
  • Albertson, Jack
  • Allers, Franz
  • Ameche, Don
  • Anders, Glen
  • Anderson, Judith (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F1)
  • Andrews, Julie (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F1)
  • Andrews, Nancy
  • Arden, Eve (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F1)
  • Arliss, George
  • Arthur, Jean
  • Astor, Vincent
2 22 Bailey - Bayes, circa 1920-1962
  • Bailey, Judge
  • Bailey, Pearl
  • Bainter, Fay
  • Bancroft, Anne
  • Bankhead, Tallulah
  • Barrymore, Ethel (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F1)
  • Barrymore, John
  • Barton, James
  • Bayes, Norah
2 23 Beal - Brayard, circa 1920-1962
  • Beal, John
  • Bean, Orson
  • Becher, John C.
  • Belafonte, Harry
  • Bel Geddes, Barbara
  • Bell, Representative of Georgia
  • Bellamy, Ralph
  • Ben-Ami, Jacob
  • Bernard, Tristam
  • Berry, Eric
  • Bigley, Isabel (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F1)
  • Blaine, Vivian
  • Bloom, Claire
  • Bond, Sheila
  • Bond, Sudie
  • Booth, Shirley (see also Di Luca, Dino and Shirley Booth)
  • Borah, W. E., Senator of Idaho
  • Borge, Victor
  • Bosley, Tom
  • Brady, Alice
  • Brando, Marlon (see also Tandy, Jessica, with Marlon Brando, Karl Malden, and Kim Hunter; Oversized material housed in Box 6, F1)
  • Brayard, Buck
2 24 Breckenidge - Cassilly, circa 1920-1962
  • Breckenridge
  • Brennan, Eileen
  • Brisbane, Arthur
  • Brooks, David
  • Brossett, Collette and Pierre Olaf
  • Brown, C. D.
  • Brown, Pamela
  • Brown, Vanessa (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F1)
  • Bryant, Michael
  • Brynner, Yul
  • Buckmaster, John
  • Buloff, Joseph
  • Bunnage, Avis (see also "The Hostage")
  • Burns, David
  • Burton, Norma
  • Burton, Richard
  • Calder, King
  • Calder, Senator
  • Calloway, Cab
  • Cameron, Mitchell (see Dunnock, Mildred, with Mitchell Cameron and Arthur Kennedy)
  • Cantor, Eddie
  • Caraway, Senator of Arkansas
  • Carey, Joyce
  • Carnovsky, Morris
  • Carradine, John
  • Carroll, Leo
  • Caruso, Enrico
  • Casamajor, Louis, M.D.
  • Cassilly, Richard
2 25 Chalmers - Conway, circa 1920-1962
  • Chalmers, Thomas
  • Channing, Carol
  • Chaplin, Charlie
  • Chase, Ilka
  • Chavez
  • Christians, Mandy
  • Clark, Bobby
  • Clark, Dane
  • Clark, Ernest
  • Clarke, Ina
  • Clarke, Ina and Osgood Perkins
  • Clayton, Jan
  • Clayton, Senator of Alabama
  • Clift, Montgomery
  • Cobb, Lee J.
  • Coe, John H.
  • Cohen, George M.
  • Coleman, Nancy
  • Collier, Constance
  • Collinge, Patricia
  • Comden, Betty
  • Conklin, Peggy
  • Conners, Fingy, New York State Boss
  • Connor, Joe
  • Conroy, Frank
  • Conway, Shirl
2 26 Cook - Cushman, circa 1920-1962
  • Cook, Barbara
  • Cook, Donald
  • Cooke, Levi
  • Cookson, Peter
  • Coolidge, Philip
  • Cooper, Gladys
  • Cooper, Jackie
  • Cornell, Helen
  • Cornell, Katharine (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F1)
  • Coularis, George
  • Cowan, Jerome
  • Coward, Noel
  • Cowl, Jane
  • Crews, Laura Hope
  • Croy, Homer
  • Culver, Roland
  • Cummings, Vicki
  • Curtis, Senator of Kansas
  • Cushman, Nancy
2 27 Dancers (Miners) - De Wolf, circa 1920-1962
  • Dancers (Miners)
  • Dancing Figures (Josephine Premice)
  • Daniels, David
  • Daniels, Josephus, Senator of South Carolina
  • Daniels, William
  • Da Silva, Howard
  • Davis, Bette
  • Davis, Ossie
  • Dawson, Anthony
  • Day, Marilyn
  • "A Death in the Family" (Colleen Dewhurst, Arthur Hill, and Aline McMahon)
  • Decker, Albert
  • Decker, Albert and Paul Scofield
  • Dee, Ruby
  • Delysia, Alice
  • Denby, Edwin, Former Secretary of the Navy (Teapot Dome/Fall-Sinclair Oil Trial)
  • Denton, Crahan
  • Derr, Richard
  • Desky, Donald
  • Desmond, Johnny
  • Dewhurst, Colleen (see also "A Death in the Family")
  • De Wild, Brandon
  • De Wolf, Billy
2 28 Dhery - Drew, circa 1920-1962
  • Dhery, Robert and Colette Brossett
  • Dhiegh, Kigh
  • Digges, Dudley
  • Digges, Dudley and Peter Holden
  • Dillman, Bradford
  • Di Luca, Dino and Shirley Booth (see also Booth, Shirley)
  • Ditrichstein, Leo
  • Dixon, Jean
  • Dohoney, Robert (Teapot Dome/Fall-Sinclair Oil Trial)
  • Donahue, Jack
  • Douglas, Melvyn
  • Douglass, Stephen
  • Dowling, Eddie
  • Dowling, Eddie and Laurette Taylor
  • Drake, Alfred
  • Dranem
  • Draper, Ruth
  • Dressler, Marie
  • Drew, John
2 29 Duncan - Ewell, circa 1920-1962
  • Duncan, Todd
  • Dunnock, Mildred
  • Dunnock, Mildred, with Mitchell Cameron and Arthur Kennedy
  • Durant, Jack
  • Durante, Jimmy
  • Eames, Clair
  • Edeson, Robert
  • Eldridge, Florence
  • Eltinge, Julian
  • Emerson, Faye (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F1)
  • Emery, John
  • Emhardt, Robert
  • Enesco
  • Epsine
  • Erickson, Leif
  • Evans, Maurice
  • Evans, Michael
  • Evelyn, Judith
  • Ewell, Tom
2 30 Fabray - Foy, circa 1920-1962
  • Fabray, Nanette
  • Fall-Sinclair Oil Trial (see Teapot Dome/Fall-Sinclair Oil Trial)
  • Fassett, Jay
  • Fay, Frank
  • Faye, Joey
  • Fenwick, Irene
  • Ferrer, Jos�
  • Ferrer, Mel
  • Fickett, Mary
  • Field, Betty
  • Field, Virginia
  • Fisk, Minnie Maddern
  • Fisk, Minnie Maddern and Walter Fitzgerald
  • Fitzgerald, Walter (see Fisk, Minnie Maddern and Walter Fitzgerald)
  • Flanders, Michael
  • Flemying, Robert
  • Fletcher, Bramwell
  • Fonda, Henry
  • Fontanne, Lynn (see also Lunt, Alfred and Lynn Fontanne)
  • Forbes, Meriel
  • Ford, Paul and Wynn Miller
  • Ford, Ruth
  • Forsythe, John
  • Fox, Harry
  • Foy, Eddie
Box Folder
3 1 Fraerman - Gazzara, circa 1920-1962
  • Fraerman, T.
  • Frelinghuysen, Senator of New Jersey
  • Frey, Nathaniel
  • Frueh, Alfred
  • Frueh, Giuliette
  • Gallagher, Helen
  • Gauthier, Eva
  • Gautier, Dick
  • Gaxton, William
  • Gazzara, Ben
3 2 George - Guinness, circa 1920-1962
  • George, Grace
  • Geringer, Robert
  • Ghostly, Alice
  • Gibson, Charles Dana
  • Gibson, Virginia
  • Gilbert, Lou
  • Gilmore, Margola
  • Gingold, Hermoine
  • Gleason, Jackie
  • Goodwin, Nat C.
  • Gordon, Peyton (Teapot Dome/Fall-Sinclair Oil Trial)
  • Gordon, Ruth
  • Gorse, John
  • Graham, William
  • Green, Adolph
  • Greenstein, Milton
  • Griffies, Ethel
  • Griffith, Andy
  • Griffith, Hugh
  • Grimes, Tammy
  • Guetary, Georges
  • Guinness, Alec
3 3 Hagen - Hewitt, circa 1920-1962
  • Hagen, Uta
  • Haigh, Kenneth
  • Haladay
  • Haley, Jack
  • Hall, George
  • Hall, Juanita
  • Hamilton, Nancy
  • Hammerstein, Oscar
  • Hammond, Ruth
  • Hampden, Walter
  • Harrigan, William
  • Harris, Julie
  • Harrison, Rex
  • Hartman, Paul (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F1)
  • Hayes, Helen (see also Portman, Eric and Helen Hayes)
  • Hayes, William
  • Heckart, Eileen
  • Heflin, Van
  • Heining, Violet
  • Helmore, Tom
  • Henderson, Florence
  • Hepburn, Audrey
  • Hepburn, Katherine
  • Hert, Alvin T., of Kentucky
  • Hewer, John
  • Hewitt, Alan
3 4 Hicks - Howard, circa 1920-1962
  • Hicks, Russell
  • Hill, Arthur (see also "A Death in the Family")
  • Hiller, Wendy
  • Hindemuth, Paul
  • Hingle, Pat
  • Hitchcock, Frank
  • Hitchcock, Raymond
  • Hitchcock, Senator
  • Hitler, Adolf
  • Hodiak, John
  • Hoffman, Jane
  • Holden, Peter (see Digges, Dudley and Peter Holden)
  • Holliday, Judy
  • Holm, Celeste
  • Homolka, Oscar (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F1)
  • Hooker, Elon H.
  • Hope, Bob
  • Horne, Lena
  • "The Hostage" (Avis Bunnage, Alfred Lynch, Celia Salkeld, and Maxwell Shaw)
  • Howard, Eugene ("Willie")
  • Howard, John
  • Howard, Leslie
3 5 Huber - Kaye, circa 1920-1962
  • Huber, Gusti
  • Hughes, Governor
  • Hull, Cordell
  • Hull, Josephine
  • Hunt, Martita
  • Hunter, Kim (see also Tandy, Jessica with Marlon Brando, Karl Malden, and Kim Hunter)
  • Hurst, Fanny
  • Hyman, Earle
  • Ingram, Ralph
  • Itow, Michio
  • Ives, Burl
  • Jaffe
  • Jessel, Patricia
  • Johan, Zita
  • Johnson, Hiram
  • Johnson, Richard
  • Johnson, William
  • Jones, Henry
  • Joslyn, Allyn
  • Karlan, Michael
  • Karloff, Boris
  • Kaye, Danny
3 6 Keith - Lawrence, circa 1920-1962
  • Keith, Robert
  • Kelley, Gene
  • Kelly, Nancy
  • Kelly, Paul
  • Kennedy, Arthur (see also Dunnock, Mildred with Mitchell Cameron and Arthur Kennedy; Oversized material housed in Box 6, F1)
  • Kerr, Deborah
  • Kerr, John
  • Keyserling, Harold
  • Kimbrough, Clinton
  • Klugman, Jack
  • Lahr, Bert
  • Lamas, Fernando
  • Landis, Judge
  • Lane, Beaufory
  • Lane, Gloria
  • Lane, Katherine
  • Lansbury, Angela
  • Larrimore, Francine
  • Laurence, Paula
  • Lawrence, Eddie
  • Lawrence, Gertrude (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F1)
3 7 Lee - Lyons, circa 1920-1962
  • Lee, Canada
  • Le Gallienne, Eva
  • Lehman, Madam
  • Lenard, Mark
  • Lenya, Lotte
  • Leontovich, Eugenie
  • Leroy, Hal
  • Lester, Jerry
  • Lillie, Beatrice
  • Lilo
  • Lindsay, Howard (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F1)
  • Littleton, Martin (Teapot Dome/Fall-Sinclair Oil Trial)
  • Lobrono, Gus
  • Locke, Katherine
  • Logan, Ella (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F1)
  • Long, F.
  • Lopokova, Lydia
  • Lord, Pauline
  • Losee, Charles
  • Love, Phyllis
  • Lovejoy, Frank
  • Lucas, Paul
  • Lucas, Paul and Lucille Watson
  • Lunt, Alfred
  • Lunt, Alfred and Lynn Fontanne
  • Lynch, Alfred (see also "The Hostage")
  • Lynn, Judy
  • Lynn, William
  • Lyons, George
3 8 MacDonnell-Mayehoff, circa 1920-1962
  • MacDonnell, Kyle
  • MacGrath, Luveen
  • MacMahon, Aline
  • Makeham, Elliot
  • Malden, Karl (see also Tandy, Jessica, with Marlon Brando and Kim Hunter)
  • Mansfield, Richard
  • Manuelian, Ethel
  • March, Frederic
  • Margetson, Arthur
  • Marino, Joseph
  • Marley, Enid
  • Marlowe, Gloria
  • Marshall, E. G.
  • Marshall, Sarah
  • Martin, Mary
  • Martin, Senator of New Jersey
  • Massaquer, Conrad
  • Massey, Raymond (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
  • Matteson, Ruth
  • Matthews, Carmen
  • Matthews, George
  • May, Elaine and Mike Nichols
  • Mayehoff, Eddie
3 9 McArthur - McVey, circa 1920-1962
  • McArthur, Jane
  • McCarthy, Mary
  • McCauley, Jack
  • McCormick, Myron
  • McCormick, Senator
  • McCracken, Joan
  • McDowall, Roddy
  • McGavin, Darren
  • McGiver, John
  • McGrath, Paul
  • McKay, Scott
  • McKenna, Siobhan
  • McLerie, Allyn
  • McMahon, Aline (see "A Death in the Family")
  • McMahon, Horace (see also Mundy, Meg and Horace McMahon)
  • McNeil, Claudia
  • McVey, Patrick
3 10 Meacham - Musgrove, circa 1920-1962
  • Meacham, Anne (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
  • Medford, Kay
  • Meeker, Ralph
  • Meiser, Edith
  • Mengelberg, Willem
  • Menken, Helen
  • Meredith, Burgess
  • Merivale, Phillip (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
  • Merkel, Una
  • Merman, Ethel
  • Miller, Wynn (see Ford, Paul and Wynn Miller)
  • Mitchell, Grant
  • Mitchell, Thomas (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
  • Mohyeddin, Zia
  • Montalaban, Ricardo
  • Monterey, Carlotta
  • Moore, Victor
  • Morley, Robert
  • Morse, Robert
  • Mostel, Zero
  • Mulvane, David, National Committeeman from Kansas
  • Mundy, Meg and Horace McMahon
  • Muni, Paul
  • Munsey
  • Musgrove, Gertrude
  • National Conference of Christians and Jews, Inc. (see American Brotherhood)
3 11 Natwick - Oskar, circa 1920-1962
  • Natwick, Mildred
  • Nazimova, Alla
  • Neal, Patricia
  • Neff, Hildegarde
  • Nesbitt, Kathleen
  • New, Senator of Indiana
  • Neway, Patricia
  • Nichols, Mike (see also May, Elaine and Mike Nichols)
  • Niesen, Gertrude
  • Niki
  • Nixon, Richard
  • Nolan, Lloyd
  • Nugent, Elliott
  • Nuyen, France
  • Nype, Russell
  • Olaff, Pierre (see Brossett, Colette and Pierre Olaff)
  • O'Malley, Rex
  • O'Neal, Patrick
  • O'Neill, Carlotta Monterey (see Monterey, Carlotta)
  • O'Neill, James
  • Orbach, Jerry
  • Orlaf, Pierre
  • Oskar
3 12 Pach - Povah, circa 1920-1962
  • Pach, Walter
  • Page, Geraldine
  • Palance, Walter Jack (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
  • Palmer, Lili
  • Parsons, Herbert
  • Pascin, Jules
  • Pastene, Robert
  • Peel, Eileen
  • Perkins, Anthony
  • Perkins, Osgood (see also Clarke, Ina and Osgood Perkins)
  • Pidgeon, Walter
  • Pinza, Ezio
  • Platt, Louise
  • Pleasence, Donald
  • Poindexter, Senator
  • Poitier, Sidney
  • Polan, Lou
  • Polk, Gordon
  • Pollack, Channing
  • Portman, Eric (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
  • Portman, Eric and Helen Hayes (see also Hayes, Helen)
  • Povah, Phyllis
  • Premice, Josephine (see Dancing Figures)
3 13 Preston - Ritchard, circa 1920-1962
  • Preston, Robert
  • Price, Vincent
  • Prince, William
  • Prokofiev, Sergei (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
  • Rahn, Muriel
  • Rains, Claude
  • Randell, Ron
  • Rathbone, Basil
  • Rawlings, Margarey
  • Raymond, Helen
  • Redgrave, Michael
  • Reed, Florence (see Taylor, Laurette and Florence Reed)
  • Reid, Carl Benton
  • Reilly, Charles Nelson
  • Rennie, James
  • Revere, Anne
  • Rich, Irene
  • Richardson, Ralph
  • Richman, Mark
  • Ritchard, Cyril
3 14 Robards - Russell, circa 1920-1962
  • Robards, Jason
  • Roberts, Owen (Teapot Dome/Fall-Sinclair Oil Trial)
  • Robeson, Paul
  • Robinson, Bartlett
  • Robinson, Bill "Bojangles"
  • Robinson, Judith
  • Robinson, Senator
  • Rodgers, Douglas F.
  • Rodgers, Will
  • Roosevelt, Eleanor
  • Rose, George
  • Ross
  • Ross, Anthony
  • Rule, Janice (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
  • Russell, Rosalind
3 15 Salkeld - Sherwood, circa 1920-1962
  • Salkeld, Celia (see also "The Hostage")
  • Salmi, Albert
  • Santelli
  • Savo, Jimmy
  • Schildkraut, Joseph
  • Schnabel, Stefan
  • Scofield, Paul (see Decker, Albert and Paul Scofield)
  • Scott, George C.
  • Scott, Martha
  • Scourby, Alexander
  • Segal, Vivienne (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
  • Seldes, Marian
  • Shatner, William
  • Shaw, Maxwell (see also "The Hostage")
  • Shaw, Robert
  • Shean, Al
  • Sherman, Hiram
  • Sherwood, Robert Emmet
  • "Show Boat" (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
3 16 Siddons - Strudwich, circa 1920-1962
  • Siddons, Frederick L. (Teapot Dome/Fall-Sinclair Oil Trial)
  • Silvers, Phil
  • Simms, Hilda
  • Skinner, Otis
  • Slezak, Walter
  • Smith, Alfred E.
  • Smith, Kent
  • Smith, Muriel (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
  • Smoot, Senator
  • Sokoloff, Vladimir
  • Spearman, Rawn
  • Sproul, Governor of Pennsylvania
  • Stander, Lionell
  • Stanley, Kim
  • Stapleton, Maureen
  • Steiger, Rod
  • Stevens, Mark
  • Stewart, Donald Ogden
  • Stewart, John
  • Stickney, Dorothy (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
  • Stieglitz, Alfred
  • Stone, Fred
  • Stone, Dorothy
  • Straight, Beatrice
  • Strasberg, Susan
  • Strauss, Robert
  • Stritch, Elaine
  • Strudwich, Shepperd
3 17 Sullivan - Taylor, circa 1920-1962
  • Sullivan, Francis L.
  • Sullivan, Margaret
  • Sullivan, Pat, Committeeman from Wyoming
  • Swann, Donald
  • Swanson, Gloria
  • Sydney, Basil
  • Tabbert, William
  • Taft, Charles P.
  • Talva, Galina
  • Tamiroff, Akim
  • Tandy, Jessica
  • Tandy, Jessica with Marlon Brando, Karl Malden, and Kim Hunter
  • Taylor, Laurette (see also Dowling, Eddie and Laurette Taylor; Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
  • Taylor, Laurette and Florence Reed (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
3 18 Tearle - Voskovec, circa 1920-1962
  • Teapot Dome/Fall-Sinclair Oil Trial (see Denby, Edwin, Former Secretary of the Navy; Dohoney, Robert; Gordon, Peyton; Littleton, Martin; Roberts, Owen; Siddons, Frederick L.; Thomas, Charles S.)
  • Tearle, Gorden
  • Thomas, Charles S. (Teapot Dome/Fall-Sinclair Oil Trial)
  • [Thomas, Gomez?]
  • Thompson, Denman
  • Thompson, William Hale
  • Tone, Franchot
  • Tracy, Lee
  • Traubel, Helen
  • Treacher, Arthur
  • Tucker, Sophie
  • Tumultz, Joe
  • Tyler, Judy
  • Upshaw, Congressman of Georgia
  • Ure, Mary (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
  • Vallee, Rudy
  • Van Dyke, Dick
  • Van Dyke, Marcia
  • Van Fleet, Jo
  • Van Loon, Hendrik Wilhelm
  • Venuta, Benay
  • Verdon, Gwen (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
  • Villard
  • Von Furstenberg, Betsy
  • Voskovec, George
3 19 Wager - Whorf, circa 1920-1962
  • Wager, Michael
  • Wakefield, Anne
  • Walker, Nancy
  • Walkowitz
  • Wallace, Ethel
  • Wallach, Eli
  • Walston, Ray
  • Waram, Percy
  • Waters, Ethel
  • Watson, Lucille (see also Lucas, Paul and Lucille Watson)
  • Wayne, David
  • Weaver, Fritz
  • Webb, Clifton
  • Welles, Orson
  • Wescott, Mary
  • Westman, Nydia
  • Whalen, Grover
  • Wheeler, Bert (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
  • Wheeler, Wayne B.
  • Whiting, Jack (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
  • Whitman, Ex-Governor
  • Whorf, Richard
3 20 Willard - Zimbalist, circa 1920-1962
  • Willard, E. S.
  • Williams, Herb
  • Williams, John
  • Wilson, Dooley
  • Winters, Shelley
  • Winwood, Estelle
  • Wise, Thomas
  • Wiseman, Joseph
  • Withers, Googie (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
  • Wood, Peggy
  • Worth, Irene
  • Wortman, Denys
  • Wortman, Hilda
  • Wright, Frank Lloyd
  • Wright, Teresa
  • Wyatt, Jane
  • Wynn, Ed (Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2)
  • Yamada, Otsuzo
  • Young, Gig
  • Yurka, Blanche
  • Zack, Max
  • Zakkai, Jamie
  • Zimbalist, Efrem
3 21 Unidentified Cast of Unknown Play, circa 1920-1962
Oversized material housed in OV 9
3 22 Unidentifed Men, circa 1920-1962
3 23 Unidentified Women, circa 1920-1962
Oversized material housed in Box 6, F2
Box Folder
6 1 Caricatures, Anderson - Logan, circa 1920-1962
Oversized material scanned with Boxes 2-3
6 2 Caricatures, Massey - Wynn; Unidentified, circa 1920-1962
Oversized material scanned with Box 3
Box
OV 9 Caricatures (Unidentified Cast of Unknown Play), circa 1920-1962
Oversized material scanned with Box 3, F21

4.2: Cartoons, Sketches, and Designs by Frueh, circa 1920-1962

Additional art work by Frueh includes cartoons, drawings, pop-ups and cut-outs, greeting cards, watercolors; also, there are designs and patterns for lamp bases and shades, magic squares, paper scupltures, sheet metal sculptures and toy animals.

This subseries has been scanned in its entirety.

Box Folder
3 24 Preliminary Drawings and Sketches ("The Corn is Green" and unidentified play), circa 1940
Includes playbill for play.
3 25-28 Cartoons, circa 1920-1962
Oversized material housed in Box 6, F3
3 29 Cover Designs ( Stage Folk: A Book of Caricature by Frueh, The Penguin, and "Arts Ball"), circa 1922
Oversized material housed in Box 6, F4
3 30 Drawings, Miscellaneous, circa 1920-1962
3 31 Exhibition Announcement Design, Society of Independent Artists 6th Annual Exhibition, 1922
3 Greeting Cards and Card Designs
3 32 Birthday, circa 1920-1962
3 33 Christmas, 1910, undated
Oversized material housed in Box 6, F5
3 34 Easter, circa 1920-1962
3 35 Get Well, circa 1920-1962
Oversized material housed in Box 6, F5
3 36 Miscellaneous, 1947, undated
3 37 Valentines, circa 1920-1962
3 38 Lamp Base Sketches, circa 1920-1962
3 39 Lamp Shade Design, circa 1920-1962
3 40 Magic Square Designs and Patterns, circa 1920-1962
3 41 Miscellaneous Art Work, circa 1920-1962
Oversized material housed in Box 6, F6
3 42 Paper Sculpture Designs and Patterns, circa 1920-1962
Oversized material housed in Box 6, F7
3 43 Pop-Ups and Cut-Outs, circa 1916
3 44 Prints, circa 1920-1962
Oversized material housed in OV 8
Box Folder
4 1-3 Sheet Material Sculptures and Toy Animals, circa 1920-1962
4 4 Wallpaper Design ("Red Baron"), circa 1920-1962
4 5 Watercolors, 1913
Oversized material housed in Box 6, F8
Box Folder
6 3 Cartoons, 1955
Oversized material scanned with Box 3, F28
6 4 Cover Designs ( Stage Folk: A Book of Caricature by Frueh, The Penguin, and "Arts Ball"), circa 1922
Oversized material scanned with Box 3, F29
6 5 Greeting Cards and Card Designs, Christmas and Get Well, 1928, undated
Oversized material scanned with Box 3, F33 and F35
6 6 Miscellaneous Art Work, circa 1920-1962
Oversized material scanned with Box 3, F41
6 7 Paper Sculpture Designs and Patterns, circa 1920-1962
Oversized material scanned with Box 3, F42
6 8 Watercolors, circa 1920-1962
Oversized material scanned with Box 4, F5
Box
OV 8 Prints, circa 1920-1962
Oversized material scanned with Box 3, F44

4.3: Sketchbooks by Frueh, circa 1908-1918, 2010

There are 25 sketchbooks by Frueh and a DVD containing a slideshow presentation of 1600 images from the sketchbooks.

This subseries has been scanned in its entirety.

Box Folder
4 6 Books #1-3, circa 1908-1918
4 7 Books #4-6, circa 1908-1918
4 8 Books #7-9, circa 1908-1918
4 9 Books #10-12, circa 1908-1918
4 10 Books #13-15, circa 1908-1918
4 11 Books #16-18, circa 1908-1918
4 12 Books #19-21, circa 1908-1918
4 13 Books #22-24, circa 1908-1918
4 14 Book #25, circa 1908-1918
4 15 Loose Sketchbook Pages, circa 1908-1918
4 16 DVD with Scans of Sketchbooks, 2010

4.4: By Others, circa 1920-1962

There are 3 caricatures and drawings of Alfred Frueh by Albert Bloch, Roland James, and an unidentified artist.

This subseries has been scanned in its entirety.

Box Folder
4 17 Caricatures and Drawings of Alfred Frueh (by Roland James and an unidentified artist), circa 1920-1962
Oversized material housed in Box 6, F9
Box Folder
6 9 Caricature of Alfred Frueh (by Albert Bloch), circa 1920-1962
Oversized material scanned with Box 4, F17

Series 5: Printed Material, 1904-1986
0.8 Linear feet; Boxes 4-5, 6, OV 10-11

Among the printed material are articles by and about Frueh; book covers and book jackets, magazine covers, invitations, announcements, and a program cover designed by Frueh; caricatures, cartoons, and illustrations by Frueh; exhibition catalogs and announcements of Frueh's solo and group shows; and miscellaneous printed material.

This bulk of this series has been scanned. Exhibition catalogs of other artists have not been scanned. In most cases, the cover, title page, and individual relevant pages have been scanned from published materials.

Box Folder
4 18 Article by Frueh ("Stalking the Drummer," Outdoor Life), 1937
4 19-20 Articles About/Mentioning Frueh or Containing Reproductions of his Work, 1915-1991
4 21 Articles About/Mentioning Frueh or Containing Reproductions of his Work, circa 1915-1991
Oversized material housed in Box 6, F10 and OV 10
4 22 Articles about The New Yorker, circa 1934, undated
Oversized material housed in Box 6, F11
4 23 Book Cover Designed by Frueh ( Stage Folk: A Book of Caricatures by Frueh), 1922
Oversized material housed in Box 6, F12
4 24 Book Jackets Designed by Frueh ( Log of the Ark and Fun Shop), 1915, undated
4 Caricatures by Frueh
4 25 Art Instruction, Art Review, Boston Evening Transcript, Cartoons Magazine, 1919-1938
4 26 Life, 1921-circa 1922
4 27 New Yorker ("Profiles"), 1925-1961
4 28 New Yorker ("The Theatre"), 1927-1961
4 29 New York Times, Overset, Pagan, Partisan Daily, Playboy, Quill, and St. Louis Dramatic News, 1908-1925
4 30 St. Louis Post-Dispatch (A-Z), circa 1905-1908, 1912
4 31 Sharon Playhouse, "Caricatures of the Theatre,," circa 1950
4 32 Washington Post (Teapot Dome/Falls-Sinclair Oil Trial), 1926-1927
4 33 World; New York World-Telegram, 1915-1932
4 34 World Magazine, 1918
Oversized material housed in Box 6, F13
4 35 Unidentified Publications (A-Z by sitter), circa 1920-1960
4 36 Reference Material for Caricatures (A-Z by sitter), 1932-1950
4 Cartoons by Frueh
4 37 Life, 1924-1926
4 38 New Yorker, 1925-1939
4 39 St. Louis Post-Dispatch and Bell Syndicate, 1911
Oversized material housed in OV 11
4 40 World; New York World-Telegram and Sun, 1910-1958
4 41 Miscellaneous Publications, circa 1920-1960
4 42 Exhibition Catalogs and Announcements - Frueh Solo and Group Shows, circa 1912-1986
4 43 Exhibition Catalogs - Other Artists, 1912-1914
Box Folder
5 1-3 Exhibition Catalogs - Other Artists, 1916-1962
5 4 Exhibition Reviews, 1912-1922
Oversized material housed in OV 12
5 5 Exhibition Reviews, circa 1912-1923, 1950s
5 Illustrations by Frueh
5 6 The New Yorker, 1926-1929
5 7 The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 1904
5 8 Miscellaneous Publications, 1917-1939
5 9 Invitations and Announcements Designed by Frueh, 1918-1922
5 10 Magazine Covers by Frueh ( The World Magazine), 1918-1919
Oversized material housed in Box 6, F10
5 11 Magazine Covers by Frueh ( The Blindman, The New Yorker, Life), 1917-1926
5 12 Miscellaneous Items - Art Related, 1923-1957
5 13 Miscellaneous Items - Mentioning Frueh, 1973
5 14 Program Designed by Frueh ( Life with Father, Sharon Hospital, Sharon, Conn.), circa 1940-1950
Box
6 Articles About or Mentioning Frueh, 1905-1925
Oversized materials scanned with Box 4, F21
6 Articles About The New Yorker, circa 1934, undated
Oversized materials scanned with Box 4, F22
6 Book Cover by Frueh ( Stage Folk: A Book of Caricatures by Frueh), 1922
Oversized materials scanned with Box 4, F23
6 Caricatures by Frueh ( The World Magazine), 1918
Oversized materials scanned with Box 4, F34
6 Magazine Covers by Frueh ( The World Magazine), 1918-1919
Oversized materials scanned with Box 5, F10
Box
OV 10 Articles About/Mentioning Frueh or Containing Reproductions of his Work, circa 1915-1991
Oversized material scanned with Box 4, F21
Box
OV 11 St. Louis Post-Dispatch and Bell Syndicate, 1911
Oversized material scanned with Box 4, F39
Box
OV 10 Exhibition Reviews, 1912-1922
Oversized material scanned with Box 5, F4

Series 6: Photographs, circa 1919-1960
6 Folders; Box 5

Photographs consist of a studio portrait and informal snapshots of Alfred Frueh and a photograph of his daughter Barbara as a young child. Photographs of art work by Frueh include images of his caricatures, lamp bases, paper sculptures, and toy animals.

This bulk of this series has been scanned. Blank versos of photographs, photographs of artwork, and duplicates have not been scanned.

Box Folder
5 Art Work by Frueh
5 15 Caricatures (A-Z), 1939
5 16 Lamp Bases, circa 1920-1960
5 17 Paper Sculptures (patented 1919), circa 1920-1960
5 18 Toy Animals, circa 1920-1960
5 19 Frueh, Alfred, circa 1940s
5 20 Frueh, Barbara (daughter), circa 1919