|Born: Frank Mason Good |
Other: F.M. Good
Other: Frank M. Good
Joint: F. Frith and Co.
|Dates: ||1839 - 1928|
|Active: ||Middle East / Egypt|
Frank Mason Good is best known for his series of views of the Middle East taken on four separate tours of the area in the 1860‘s and 1870‘s. He first travelled to Egypt as assistant to Francis Frith in late 1857. He joined the Photographic Society in 1864, and in 1880 served as a judge of its annual exhibition. He lived at Hartley Wintney, Winchfield, Hampshire.
[Contributed by Paul Frecker]
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