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Kreismuseum Bitterfeld Fotothek [834]

SW Fotografie - Bitterfeld, Kreuzung Binnengärten- und Walther-Rathenau-Straße

SW Fotografie - Bitterfeld, Kreuzung Binnengärten- und Walther-Rathenau-Straße (Kreismuseum Bitterfeld CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Kreismuseum Bitterfeld (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

SW Fotografie der Kreuzung Binnengärten- und Walther-Rathenau-Straße (damals noch Kaiserstraße). Bildmotiv zeigt das "Cafe Merkur", damaliger Besitzer Wilhelm Niederröhrmann (vormals Richard Schulze.

Die Aufnahme entstand zwischen 1901 und 1911.

Material/Technique

Papierabzug

Measurements

12,8 cm x 17,2 cm

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Bitterfeld
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Kaiserstraße (Bitterfeld)
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Walther-Rathenau-Straße (Bitterfeld)
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Binnengärtenstraße (Bitterfeld)
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Object from: Kreismuseum Bitterfeld

1892 gründete der Kirchenrendant Emil Obst die "Städtische Sammlung für Heimatkunde und Geschichte des Kreises Bitterfeld". Sein großer ...

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