Mössly, Jacques

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Antwerp, 1853 - ?, 1912

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1889 - 1891 Anvers, Rue des Beggards, 8
Arnold Corneille Jacques, also known as Jaak, ° 30.10.1853; + December 1912. Bookbinder and printer-publisher. There are prints of the 1889 Antwerp disaster bearing the credit "Instantaneous process Jacques Mössly photographer, Antwerp". Recorded the harsh winter of 1890-1891, images printed in halftone in his souvenir publication "Hiver 1890 - 1891". The duration of Mössly's secondary occupation as a photographer is unclear and he appears not to have operated a portrait studio. Active in liberal politics and the Flemish movement. Also see entry for Veuve Jacques Mössly.

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1889 - 1891 Anvers, Rue des Beggards, 8

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Bibliography/Webography

COLIN, Georges. "Boekband, taal en politiek: Jacques of Jaak Mössly" in E Codicibus Impressisque. Opstellen over het Boek in de Lage Landen voor Elly Cockx-Indestege. III. Leuven, Peeters, 2004, pp. 25-32.

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DIRECTORY_2017#0511

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SFJ new 16.1.2018; revised 1.12.2018 & 12.9.2019

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