Series B contains correspondence written to or from Friedman. Included are files for individuals, organizations, and subjects. Please note that not all of the collection's correspondence is contained in this series. For example, any correspondence written while Rabbi Friedman was head of the United Jewish Appeal was kept with the United Jewish Appeal files (see Series H). Of note in this series is correspondence with Philip Bernstein, Charles Brannan, David L. Wolper, Hubert Humphrey, Henry Slonimsky, Stephen S. Wise, Jacob Rader Marcus and David Ben-Gurion.Arrangement Note: This series is arranged alphabetically.
|Read||American Jewish Archives. Jacob Rader Marcus.||1972.||1/17|
|Read||City Wide Petroleum.||1973-1974.||2/6|
|Read||Connell, William. Proposed film on Golda Meir.||1971.||2/7|
|Read||Entebbe mission film [David L. Wolper].||1976.||2/9|
|Read||Friedman, Herbert A. Congratulatory letters.||1946-1955.||2/10|
|Read||Friedman, Herbert A. Congratulatory letters.||1949-1953.||2/11|
|Read||Friedman, Herbert A. United Jewish Appeal.||1954-1955.||2/12|
|Read||Goldring, E. Peter.||1975.||2/13|
|Read||Humphrey, Hubert H.||1966-1972.||2/14|
|Read||Israel trip. Reservations.||1972-1973.||2/15|
|Read||Rosenblatt, Liane. Yamit.||1976-1977.||2/18|
|Read||Sabra Books. Publishing company information.||1971-1972.||2/19|
|Read||Skirball, Jack H.||1975-1976.||2/21|
|Read||Spiegel, Shalom.||1943, 1947.||3/2|
|Read||Sweet, Arnold N.||1974.||3/3|
|Read||Voss, Carl H.||1942-1980.||3/5|
|Read||Voss, Carl H.||1981-1995.||3/6|
|Read||Wise, Stephen S.||1943-1944.||3/7|
|Read||Wise, Stephen S.||1946-1948.||3/8|
|Read||Wise, Stephen S.||1949-1950, 1954.||3/9|
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