Gliot, Emile

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Person (Male)

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  • Professional

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Life dates

Homburg [D], 1879 - ?, ?

Activity

1900 * - 1901 / Tournai, Rue du Curé Notre-Dame, 12
Predecessor: Leyniers Joseph Successor: Carlier Frères / Carlier Alfred
Jacques Emile / Jacob Emil, ° 21.5.1879. Active at this address from May 1900, when Gliot announced that he had acquired Leyniers' studio, until July 1901. "Home visits for groups and post-mortems" (Le Courrier de l'Escaut, 28.7.1900). His negatives were acquired by Alfred Carlier, as were those taken by Gliot's predecessors at this address.
1905 ca Anvers, Rue Basse, 19
Successor: Pacilly Jeanne
On his arrival in Antwerp from Birkenfeld [Voralberg, A] on 5.10.1904, Gliot was registered as a journeyman photographer. He declared having previously resided in Hasselt, Liège, Brussels and Tournai.
1907 - 1914 Anvers, Longue Rue Porte aux Vaches, 50
Successor / Predecessor: Roth Herman #
The studio appears under Roth's name in the directories, 1909-1912.

Locations

1900 * - 1901 / Tournai, Rue du Curé Notre-Dame, 12
1905 ca Anvers, Rue Basse, 19
1907 - 1914 Anvers, Longue Rue Porte aux Vaches, 50

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Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#1912

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FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 28.12.2017; SFJ revised 4.4.2019, 31.5.2019 & 1.5.2020 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght; MCC revised 1.5.2020 and merged with entry 1997#725 "Cliot"

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