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 print at this address dated 1908 is 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 moving to Brussels and operating there on his own account.
1910 - 1913 Anvers, Rue Leys, 1/2<10> or 5<11-13>
Called up in World War I, he 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>
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 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght

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