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Rabbi Frederick Solomon (Unprocessed)

MC 170

Frederick Solomon was born in Berlin, Germany in 1899 and emigrated to the United States in 1955. He died in 1980. He was a German Expressionist artist and a rabbi.

The collection consists of Solomon’s correspondence with the United Restitution Organization, Ltd. In the years 1939-1971 and some political and business papers.

4 Responses to “Rabbi Frederick Solomon (Unprocessed)”

  1. daisy morant Says:

    do you know what happened to Rabbi Solomon’s art works?

    thank you

  2. Roland Goodbody Says:

    No, I’m sorry. We haven’t any information about what happened to Rabbi Solomon’s art works.

    Roland Goodbody Manuscripts Curator

  3. Merv Slotnick Says:

    Re: Solomon’s art work. There was an estate auction held around 1989 in Dover, NH, at the Solomon home. His papers and art work were sold off. The auctioneer was George Young of Young’s Fine Aty, Portsmouth, NH. We purchased much of the paper and many drawings.

  4. Carmen Klink Says:

    I was a student at Hawthorne College and Dr. Solomon did a portrait of me in 1971. It is of a girl dressed in an orange turtleneck. I was wondering did anyone buy it.

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