Jay D. Frierman was a professor of history and archaeology at UCLA and served as the curator of the Near Eastern archeology
and ethnography at UCLA's Museum of Cultural History. The collection consists of approximately 148 photographs taken by Frierman
of Southern California architecture built ca. 1880-1930.
Frierman was a professor at the University of California, Los Angeles; served as curator of the Near Eastern archeology and
ethnography at the University of California, Los Angeles Museum of Cultural History; served as an officer on the Ancient Art
Council of the County Museum of Art.
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