Frederick Monhoff (1897- ) was a design instructor at the Otis Institute in Los Angeles, California (1926-50), lectured for
UCLA Extension, and was a design architect for the Los Angeles county Architectural Divisions. The collection consists of
material related to Monhoff's career as artist and architect.
Frederick Monhoff was born November 23, 1897, in New York City; received MA from the University of California; he was a design
instructor at the Otis Institute in Los Angeles, California (1926-50); he also lectured for UCLA Extension; he was a design
architect, Los Angeles county Architectural Divisions.
2 boxes (1 linear ft.)
60 oversize boxes
40 oversize folders
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