Lebrun, Jean-Baptiste

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Person (Male)

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  • Professional

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Life dates

Ladeuze, 1833 - Brussels, 1866

Activity

1857 * - 1862 Bruxelles, Rue aux Choux, 60
+ 9.11.1866. In the population registry, "typographer" is overwritten with "photographer". Fierlants' assistant (award, Brussels, 1861): "Employed by Mr Fierlants for five years as an assistant photographer. It is to this able collaborator that we owe the discovery of the process for copying postage stamps by photography, a discovery that has demonstrated the immediate necessity of taking appropriate measures to prevent fraud, the consequences of which would be very prejudicial to the interests of the treasury" (Le Moniteur belge, 5.1.1862). Numerous private addresses: Rue Royale, 85, then Rue aux Choux, 60 on 24.11.1857, then Brussels - Saint-Josse on 17.8.1859, then Rue de l'Impératrice, 13, coming from Brussels - Schaerbeek on 25.2.1865, then Rue de la Putterie, 9 on 2.2.1866, then Rue des 12 Apôtres, 16 on 29.8.1866.
1865 - 1866 + Bruxelles, Rue de la Madeleine, 18
Successor: Lebrun Veuve
Lebrun never lived at this address. His son Emile (° 30.9.1856) was recorded as a photographer resident in Brussels - Ixelles in July 1886.

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1857 * - 1862 Bruxelles, Rue aux Choux, 60
1865 - 1866 + Bruxelles, Rue de la Madeleine, 18

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DIRECTORY_1997#2633

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FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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SFJ revised 14.5.2018

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