Size: 1.8 linear ft. (on 7 microfilm reels)
Summary: Correspondence, writings, sketches, photographs, biographical material, business papers, and printed materials.
REEL D22: 3 letters, 8 sketches and 2 poems by Fredenthal; a clipping; and 6 photographs of Fredenthal and his work. Two of the letters are to Sarah Medow, the other is a typed letter of congratulations to Fredenthal.
REELS 877-878: Personal documents; 2 books illustrated by Fredenthal, OF MEN AND BATTLE and SURPRISE, 1944; and 2 scrapbooks containing clippings, photographs of Fredenthal and his work, his illustrations for the book, TOBACCO ROAD, 2 poems, exhibition catalogs, magazine articles with his illustrations in LIFE and VOGUE, and letters of commendation from several army officials including Douglas MacArthur.
REELS 2005-2006: Correspondence with Edward Chavez, Charles Culver, Lamar Dodd, Olin Dows, Edith Halpert, John Hersey, Lawrence Kupferman, Edward B. Rowan, Zoltan Sepeshy, and Forbes Watson; papers relating to his Federal Art Project work, his years as a war correspondent, reactions to attacks on modern art as "Communist," and artists' rights' writings; business papers; financial records and correspondence; printed material; biographical material; and reproductions.
REEL 2030: Photographs of Fredenthal, his work, and friends and family.
REEL 2804: Two original color sketches prepared by Fredenthal for Fortune magazine.