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Kreismuseum Bitterfeld Glasplatten und Planfilme [GP 266]

Negativ-Fotografie - Bitterfeld & Niemegk

Negativ-Fotografie - Bitterfeld & Niemegk (Kreismuseum Bitterfeld RR-F)
Provenance/Rights: Kreismuseum Bitterfeld (RR-F)

Description

Negativ-Fotografie auf Glasplatte. Das Bildmotiv zeigt die Leinebrücke, am Rand der Goitzscheaue, auf dem Verbindungsweg zwischen Niemegk und der Großen Mühle (Biermann'sche Villa) bei Bitterfeld. Eine Person befindet sich auf der Holzbrücke.
Die Glasplatte misst 9 x 12 cm im Querformat.

Material / Technique

Glas

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9 x 12 cm

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Image taken
Niemegk (Kreis Bitterfeld)
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Goitzsche
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[Relationship to location]
Leine (Mulde)
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Bitterfeld
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Map
[Relation to time] [Relation to time]
1900 - 1950
Image taken Image taken
1900 - 1930
1899 1952

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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