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Louis F. Murdock 
8 x 10 cm 
Private collection of Paul Lehman 
University of Washington archives
Louis F. Murdock, active at 1611 15th ave., and at 4521 Eastern Ave., Seattle, Washington, late 1890s-1930s.Abel’s Photographic Weekly (Vol. 30, No. 758, July 1922) noted about his autochromes of the Olympic and Cascade Mountains, “there are none better than his anywhere.” Murdock was an active mountaineer, listed in “The Olympic Mountains Climbing Guide,” as having made the first ascent of Mt. Duckabush (later named Mt. Steel) in 1899. He is also listed as a 1907 charter member of “The Mountaineers” 

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