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Qualifications
photographer, purveyor to the Royal Household, photo studio, draftsman, lithographer, calligrapher, stone engraver
Rotteveel & van den Broeke; tevens kaartsteengraveur (Scheen 1981); received permission to use the title ‘purveyor to Queen Emma’ and her coat of arms on 18-2-1882 (Royal House Archives, A47-X-338, p. 18, 2, 93) and received permission to use the title ‘purveyor to King Willem III’ and his coat of arms on 19-2-1882 (Royal House Archives, EIb-IVa-5, p. 11 nr 4)
Nationality/school
Dutch
Born
The Hague 1841-12-28/1841-12-29
Wachlin 2011 meldt ten onrechte als geboortedag 29. Wachlin zelf corrigeert dit tot 28 December.
Deceased
The Hague 1910-04-19
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Period of activity
1878 - 1892
actief als fotograaf
Active in
  • Haarlem 1878 - 1892
    fotograaf te Haarlem; eerst als 'Rotteveel & van den Broeke', later zelfstandig; adressen te Haarlem: Ripperdastraat 11 (Rotteveel & v.d. Broeke), [1878-] ; Spaarne 71 (1881-1887) ; Kinderhuissingel 12 (58 (1891) ; (Wachlin 2011)
  • Den Haag 1892 - 1910
    tekenaar, lithograaf en calligraaf te Den Haag
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Subjects
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portrait photography
Product
carte-de-visite
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