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The papers of sculptor Freda Koblick measure 4.8 linear feet and date from 1934 to 2011. The collection documents her career through scattered biographical material, correspondence with family and friends, personal business records, writings, printed material, artwork, and photographs.
Scattered biographical material includes resumes and awards. Family correspondence includes many letters from her brothers David and Daniel. General correspondence is primarily personal correspondence with friends. Personal business records consist of Koblick's files on commissions, exhibitions, travels, grants, sales, and publicity. Writings include 11 notebooks and loose notes. Printed material includes news clippings and exhibition announcements as well as printed material of interest to Koblick, but not directly documenting her career. Artwork consists of a small grouping of pencil sketches, possibly depicting her sculpture designs. Photographs depict Koblick, her family, friends, and artwork.
Freda Koblick papers, 1934-2011. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Freda Koblick (1920-2011) was a sculptor in San Francisco, California.
Donated 2012 by Freda Koblick via Julia Fremon, Freda Koblick Living Trust.
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