Triebels, Georges

Identity

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Person (Male)

Alternative name or descriptor

  • Photographie de l'Etoile; Photo Viennoise (in Blankenberge)

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Status

  • Professional / Connected

Details

Life dates

Rotterdam [NL], 1870 - Dilbeek, 1935

Activity

1895 - 1900 Bruxelles - Molenbeek, Chaussée d'Anvers, 43
Georges Balthasar Henri, ° 6.1.1870. Younger brother of Gustave. On the occasion of his wedding in Mons on 18.3.1895, recorded as a journeyman photographer resident in Brussels - Molenbeek.
1901 - 1913 Heyst-sur-Mer, Boulevard Mengé, 27<07> or 28<13>
Operated during the season. Active in Blankenberge as well. On CV at an unspecified date, Heyst (no street address) coexisted with Blankenberge and Brussels, Rue de la Bourse, 28. Kodak supplies in 1907 (no forename on advertisement).
1910 ca Blankenberghe
Façade on a shopping street, "Georges Triebels / Supplies for Photography".
1912 Blankenberghe, Digue
Portrait studio, "Wanted: a good operator-retoucher and an excellent printer. Photo Viennoise" (Le Soir, 2.6.1912).

Locations

1895 - 1900 Bruxelles - Molenbeek, Chaussée d'Anvers, 43
1901 - 1913 Heyst-sur-Mer, Boulevard Mengé, 27<07>,or 28<13>
1910 ca Blankenberghe
1912 Blankenberghe, Digue

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Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#4167

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FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 24.2.2019, 6.8.2020 & 1.11.2020 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght; MD revised 22.10.2020

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