|Born||16 October 1875|
Bremen, German Empire
|Died||30 November 1964 (89)|
|Known for||Acámbaro Figurines|
Waldemar Robert Ludwin Julsrud Walden (October 16, 1875 - November 30, 1964) was a German-born hardware merchant and amateur archaeologist, most well-known for the Acámbaro Figurines, a collection of some 33,000 ceramic figurines (including humans from various cultures and animals, some resembling dinosaurs) that he reported having discovered and excavated near Acámbaro, Guanajuato, Mexico during July 1944.
- (in Spanish) Julsrud, Waldemar (1947), Enigmas Del Pasado, Acambaro, Gto. — [English: "Enigmas of the Past"]
- Hapgood, Charles H. (1973), Mystery in Acambaro: An Account of the Ceramic Collection of the Late Waldemar Julsrud, in Acambaro, Gto., Mexico., Brattleboro, Vermont: Griswold Offset Printing, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0006W7XLQ/?tag=apopheniacs-20