Frederick Hill Meserve

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Frederick Hill Meserve
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CitizenshipUnited States of America
  • Businessman
  • Collector of photographs

Frederick Hill Meserve (1865 – 1962) was a businessman and collector of photographs. He published a large collection of early American photographic portraits.[1] In 1944 he worked with historian Carl Sundberg to publish 100 photographs of Abraham Lincoln.[2] The Library of Congress has his photographic publishings in its collection.[3]

His father William Neal Meserve was a veteran of the American Civil War and kept a diary. Dorothy Kunhardt née Meserve Kunhardt was his daughter.[2]


  1. "Collection: Frederick Hill Meserve's Historical portraits, | HOLLIS for".
  2. 2.0 2.1,especially%20photographs%20of%20Abraham%20Lincoln.
  3. "Historical portraits and Lincolniana : index of a part of the collection of Americana of Frederick Hill Meserve". Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA.

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