Friedrich Ernst Max Freund posing with his book
Friedrich Ernst Max Freund taught German and German Literature at the Rice Institute from 1925-1947.
Max Friedrich Ernst Freund, professor of German language and literature at the William M. Rice Institute, posing in front of a bookcase, holding his translation of Gustav Dresel's ‘Houston journal : adventures in North America and Texas, 1837-1841’. Freund is wearing a dark-colored buttoned-up suit jacket, a white shirt, and a patterned tie. Original resource is a black and white photograph.
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