Malvaux, Eugène (& Cie)

Identity

Category

Person (Male)

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Standardized form(s) of name according to other rules

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  • Connected

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Life dates

Brussels - Molenbeek, 1870 - Brussels - Saint-Gilles, 1959

Activity

1896 - 1914 > Bruxelles - Molenbeek, Rue de Launoy, 43<96-00> then 69<01-14>
Jean Baptiste Eugène, ° 16.6.1870; + 9.4.1959. At his wedding in Brussels - Saint-Gilles on 21.4.1900, Malvaux was described as a photoengraver domiciled in Brussels - Molenbeek, Rue de la Savonnerie, 21 which was the family's domestic premises adjoining the printworks. However, Rue de Launoy, the main business location of "Établissements Jean Malvaux", is the only one recorded in the ABP membership lists, thus confirming that Eugène had a continuous and active connection with the family firm. He is recorded as "administrateur", i.e. director, in 1901 and 1909 and signed the firm's correspondence. At the time of his death, Eugène Malvaux was described as joint founder and chairman of the board of "Etablissements Jean Malvaux", Officer of the Order of Leopold, Knight of the Order of the Crown.
1902 - 1908 Bruxelles, Rue du Houblon, 30
"& Cie" at this address. Electrotype, stereotype, autotype, blockmaking, collotype, letterpress blocks.
1905 - 1912 Bruxelles - Saint-Gilles, Rue du Tyrol, 54
Photoengraving and relief halftone. "L. Malvaux" in the 1911 Monod directory.

Locations

1896 - 1914 > Bruxelles - Molenbeek, Rue de Launoy, 43<96-00> then 69<01-14>
1902 - 1908 Bruxelles, Rue du Houblon, 30
1905 - 1912 Bruxelles - Saint-Gilles, Rue du Tyrol, 54

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Association belge de Photographie

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Dates of affiliation

1896 - 1914

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Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#2908

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 14.5.2017, 26.5.2017, 1.3.2018 & 7.8.2018; SFJ revised 20.7.2021 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght

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