Nitsche, Adolf

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Person (Male)

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  • Professional

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Life dates

Oberhannsdorf [Silesia, D], 1873 - Rotterdam [NL], 1938

Activity

1907 - 1914 Anvers, Rue Léopold, 55<07-10> or 69<11-14>
Also Adolphe, ° 31.8.1873; + 17.3.1938. Sometimes spelled "Nietsche" in the directories. Arrived in Antwerp on 10.5.1906 from Lausanne [CH], Rue du Grand Pont, 4, address of his elder brother Georges Nitsche's studio. A postcard postmarked June 1907 and a print at this address dated 1908 are signed "Nitsche & Gerhäuser". This must be a brief partnership with Adolf Gerhäuser or Gerhauser (see that name), registered in Antwerp since 1904 and shortly before he moved to Brussels to operate there on his own account.
1909 ca Gand, Rue Longue de la Monnaie, 5
Co-existed with the Antwerp studio at Rue Léopold, 55 for a short time. There are also CAB, no street addresses, with blind stamp "A. Nitsche / Anvers / Gand" from this period.
1910 - 1913 Anvers, Rue Leys, 1/2<10> or 5<11-13>
Called up in World War I, Nitsche was reportedly an official photographer in the German army. Left Antwerp shortly after the Armistice of November 1918 and subsequently operated in Rotterdam [NL].

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1907 - 1914 Anvers, Rue Léopold, 55<07-10> or 69<11-14>
1909 ca Gand, Rue Longue de la Monnaie, 5
1910 - 1913 Anvers, Rue Leys, 1/2<10> or 5<11-13>

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DIRECTORY_2017#0440

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SFJ new 29.12.2017; revised 2.1.2018 & 3.5.2018; revised 14.1.2019 & 31.5.2019, 24.1.2021 & 14.5.2021 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght; revised 22.6.2020, based on information supplied by Peter Eyckerman

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