Painter, Author, Printmaker
New York, N.Y.
Collection size: 1.9 linear ft.
Collection Summary: A resume; two award plaques; exhibition catalogs; clippings; and publications, including poetry booklets containing her poems under the name of Hulda Weber; and 33 undated photographs of Katz's work, with annotations. ADDITION: Biographical material; correspondence, 1978-1991; certificates and awards; copyrights; photographs and negatives; writings by Hilda Katz (pseud., Hulda Weber) including "Rune of the Fates," 1989, "Verse Dreams," 1981-1982, and published and unpublished poems, 1981-1990; list of collections in which Katz's work is represented; scrapbook of clippings about Katz and poems by Weber, 1966-1988; and printed material including clippings, 1942-1977, exhibition catalogs, and ENCYCLOPEDIA INTERNAZIONALI DEGLI ARTISTI, 1970-71.
Biographical/Historical Note: Painter, printmaker and author; New York City. Wrote under the pen name Hulda Weber.
Donated by Hilda Katz, 1979-1992.
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