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Finding aid to the Frederic Hamer Maude Lectures MS.255
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The collection consists of the hand-written lectures by photographer, Frederic Hamer Maude from approximately 1909-1960. The lectures were presented along with series of photographs by Maude, taken throughout California, the Southwest and northwestern regions of North America. Frederic Hamer Maude was a commercial and landscape photographer based in Los Angeles. He born on November 2, 1858, at Little Mollington, Cheshire, England and died sometime between 1959 and 1960 in Santa Monica. Maude arrived in the United States after 1887, leaving England and his medical practice. He settled in Los Angeles, working as a commercial photographer.
Frederic Hamer Maude was born on November 2, 1858, at Little Mollington, Cheshire, England. He was the ninth out of eleven children born to Thomas James Maude and Louisa Emily Hamer. Thomas James Maude was a civil engineer who went into semi-retirement shortly after getting married. Frederic Maude and his brothers were educated at Rugby and then at Highgate. Frederic Maude went on to study at Cambridge and the University of Aberdeen, and he received a degree in medicine in 1883.
6.0 Linear feet (7 boxes)
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