|Library trustee Leo Friedman dies
||Skokie Review, Thursday, October 8, 1998, p. 4
||Skokie Public Library - Board,
|Friedman wins library position
||The three winners of the Skokie Public Library board race are Diana Hunter, John Graham, and newcomer Leo Friedman.
||Skokie Review, Thursday, April 22, 1993, p. 12
Skokie Public Library - Board - Elections
|Resident's flag stands teach kids about U.S.
||Skokie resident Leo Friedman has designed special flag stands to teach children about the fifty states. He sells them to the schools for the cost of the materials, Skokie Public Library purchased one flag display for the Youth Services Department.
||Skokie Review, Thursday, April 27, 1989, p. 9
||Skokie Public Library,
|Library: Local philosophers sought
||Leo Friedman recently organized the Skokie Philosophical Club. The club has installed a bulletin board in the Skokie Public Library with the intention of sharing sayings and quotations with library patrons.
||Skokie Review, Thursday, February 11, 1988, p. 79
||Skokie Philosophical Club,
Skokie Public Library,
Organizations and societies,
|Writers group gift
||Skokie resident Leo Friedman, chairman of the Skokie Creative Writers' Association, presented three copies of the group's 1985 publication, "Stairs of Memory," to the Skokie Public Library.
||Skokie Review, Thursday, February 13, 1986, p. 57
||Skokie Creative Writer's Association,
Skokie Public Library - Gifts,