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Series 1 | A Finding Aid to the Alfred J. Frueh papers, circa 1880-2010 | Digitized Collection

Alfred J. Frueh papers, circa 1880-2010

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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.
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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.
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Biographical Notes, circa 1920s
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Birth, Marriage, and Death Certificates, 1913-1973
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Employment Contracts, 1910, undated
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Homes, circa 1920s
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Obituaries, 1968
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Patents and License Agreement for Toy Animals and Sheet-Material Sculpture, 1917-1922
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Travel Documents, 1909-1914
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