Joly, Adolphe

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Person (Male)

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  • Professional

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Life dates

Antwerp, 1822 - Antwerp, 1904

Activity

1900 - 1901 / Anvers, Chaussée de Malines, 111
Adolphus Josephus Martinus, ° 14.7.1822; + 7.4.1904.
1901 * - 1903 Anvers, Rue de la Justice, 77
At his death, recorded as having no profession. His son, André [Andreas Martinus Ludovicus] (° Antwerp, 21.11.1872), also operated at both these addresses, possibly in partnership with his parents. After serving a sentence of eight months imprisonment for theft, he left for Spain and France, returning to Antwerp in early 1905. When arrested for forging banknotes in January 1907, he had an attic studio in Rue Floris, 19 and was living with his mother in Antwerp - Borgerhout, Guldensporenstraat, 110. Metal plates ("zincographies") were seized. Also see Veuve Adolphe Joly in 1907.

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1900 - 1901 / Anvers, Chaussée de Malines, 111
1901 * - 1903 Anvers, Rue de la Justice, 77

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DIRECTORY_1997#2361

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FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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SFJ revised 31.12.2017; revised 18.8.2019 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght

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