De Lattre, Juliette

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Person (Female)

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  • Professional

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Life dates

Rouen [Seine-Maritime, F], 1858 - Ghent, 1942

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1897 * - 1905 Gand, Rue Longue des Violettes, 20
Predecessor: De Laetre Louis   Successor: De Lattre [J.] & Van de Winckel [E.]
° 22.10.1858; + 31.3.1942. Henriette on her birth certificate, Juliette Henriette in the Ghent population register. Daughter of Louis De Laetre (note the different spelling of her surname) and sister of Jeanne De Lattre, wife and subsequently widow of Arthur Brayer (see those names). Like her father, she used carbon printing for some of her photographs. On 14.2.1898, fellow photographer Adrienne Dispa (° Ghent, 26.10.1875; + Ghent, 7.4.1930) moved to this address and was almost certainly an active member of the studio from that moment on. After Adrienne married photographer Emile Van de Winckel in January 1904, he became an official business partner of Juliette De Lattre.

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1897 * - 1905 Gand, Rue Longue des Violettes, 20

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DIRECTORY_1997#1166

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SFJ revised 20.7.2019 & 12.9.2020 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght; MD revised 22.10.2021 partially based on information supplied by Inneke Daghelet and Archief Gent; MD revised 5.5.2020

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