Verhaegen, Jean Baptiste & Fils

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Partnership

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  • Connected

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1896 - 1897 Gand, Rue Hippolyte Lammens, 12
Jean Baptiste Melchior Verhaegen (° Lier, 4.1.1822; + Ghent, 22.12.1902) and his son Emile (see that name). Cabinet makers, camera makers and suppliers of accessories for photography. A camera in the collections of the "Museum voor Wetenschappen" at the University of Ghent carries a maker's mark of this partnership. A certain Verhaegen exhibited photographic cameras at an exhibition of the Society for Promotion of Industry and Science in Ghent in September 1887. Jean Baptiste was recorded as living in this street at the wedding of his daughter in Ghent on 20.8.1890. At his late wedding in Ghent on 18.8.1897, Jean Baptiste was recorded as a cabinet maker residing in Ghent, Place van Duyse. His death certificate, countersigned by his son Emile, still recorded his occupation as cabinet maker.

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1896 - 1897 Gand, Rue Hippolyte Lammens, 12

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DIRECTORY_1997#4606

Identity of institution

FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 18.7.2018; MD revised 3.7.2020

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