Monu, [Edward] & Ginckels, [Frantz]

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Partnership

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  • Professional

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1903 - 1907 / Anvers, Brederodestraat, 92
Predecessor / Successor: Monu Edward
CAB signed "Edward Monu - Ginckels" bearing both locations. The partnership was placed on a legal footing on 18.12.1904 with the creation of a firm "Monu & Ginckels" associating E. Monu, photographer in Antwerp and J.F. Ginckels - Ceulemans, photographer in Heyst-op-den-Berg. The purpose of the firm, headquartered in Antwerp with a branch in Heyst-op-den-Berg, was to "expand the photography business already operating in Antwerp" (Het Handelsblad, 25.12.1904). The firm of Monu & Ginckels was officially disolved on 31.1.1907 but the partners may well have ceased joint operations earlier. Subsequently, Monu alone at this address, followed by Franz Ginckels (- Ceulemans), stating to be Monu’s successor.
1903 ca - 1907 / Heyst-op-den-Berg, Statiestraat
Successor: Ginckels (- Ceulemans) Frantz

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1903 - 1907 / Anvers, Brederodestraat, 92
1903 ca - 1907 / Heyst-op-den-Berg, Statiestraat

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Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#3127

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FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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SFJ revised 29.12.2017, 1.1.2018 & 2.5.2018; MD revised 4.11.2020; SFJ revised 22.11.2020 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght

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