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Kreismuseum Bitterfeld Fotothek [XI C 2127]

Black and white photography of Moritz Schoof

S/W Fotografie von Moritz Schoof (Kreismuseum Bitterfeld CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Kreismuseum Bitterfeld (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

Black and white photography of Moritz Schoof. Below the photograph information about the photographer "Bernhard Wagner Carlsbad". At the back, written by hand with ink "M. Schoof geb. in Radegast" and additional information about the photostudio.
Moritz Schoof was managing director of Tonwarenfabrik Kelsch and married in 1874(?) Amalie Kelsch, the daughter of the owner Carl Kelsch. After the death of Carl Kelsch in 1878 Moritz Schoof and his brother Ottomar bought the Tonwarenbabrik, which now was working under the name "C. Kelsch Tonwaarenfabrik Gebr. Schoof". In 1884 Ottomar Schoof died. The factory existed at least until the beginning of WW II.

Material/Technique

Paper print on cardboard

Measurements

212 x 135 mm

Image taken ...
... Who: [Probably] Zur Personenseite: Fotoatelier Bernhard Wagner
... When
... Where More about the place
Was depicted (Actor) ...
... Who: Zur Personenseite: Friedrich Albert Moritz Schoof (1846-1916)

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