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Frank Fielding Nalder
Photographs, 1913-1914


The Frank F. Nalder photographs were donated to the Washington State University Library by Mrs. Frank F. Nalder after his death in 1937. They were arranged and processed by David Smestad in March, 1978.

Number of Containers: 1
Linear Feet of Shelf Space Occupied: .25
Approximate Number of Items: 38

BIOGRAPHY

Frank Fielding Nalder was born on November 5, 1876 in Penhurst, Providence of Victoria, Australia, and brought to the United States in 1884. He received his B. A. from the State College of Washington in 1901, his M.A. from Columbia in 1902, and his Ph. D. from the University of California in 1916. He was Registrar and instructor in history at the State College of Washington from 1903-1908, superintendent of schools in Tekoa, Washington from 1908-1909, with the department of state public instruction in Washington from 1909-1911, director of education for the Washington State Reformatory from 1912-1913, with the extension division of the University of California 1914-1919, and professor of social science and director of the college extension at the State College of Washington from 1919. He died on January 17, 1937.Photographs taken at reformatories in Jeffersonville, Indiana; Rahway, New Jersey; Elmire, New York; Mausfield, Ohio; and Pontiac, Illinois.

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Photographs taken at the Washington State Reformatory in Monroe, Washington

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Photographs taken at reformatories in Jeffersonville, Indiana; Rahway, New Jersey; Elmire, New York; Mausfield, Ohio; and Pontiac, Illinois.

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