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William Friedberg papers, 1950-1965

Series II: Personal, circa 1950-1965

This series holds a folder of letters from Neil Simon, written circa 1964 when Simon was in London; most of the contents are personal, chronicling Simon's experience living in England, but he also occasionally touches on various professional projects, both his own and Friedberg's. This series contains a "General" folder of personal papers such as letters, contracts, clippings about Friedberg, and a resume. Series II also includes two unidentified photos, probably of Friedberg, and a caricature of him by an unknown artist. Lastly, it houses three sketchbooks of pencil drawings, artist unknown, although two are marked "Hope" on the cover, suggesting that they may have belonged to Friedberg's wife, Hope Cameron. Items are arranged alphabetically by material type, after the General folder.

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Box 11 Folder 2 General--Correspondence, Documents, and Clippings, undated



Box 12 Folder 1 Caricature of Billy Friedberg, undated, artist unknown



Box 11 Folder 3 Photographs, undated


Box 11 Folder 4 Simon, Neil--Correspondence, circa, 1964


Box 11 Folder 5 Sketchbooks (3), undated