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Schulze, Fedor attributed
Ref: 01495
Captain Fedor Schulze (1836-1908) was a German military officer who served with distinction in the Dutch forces and settled in Batavia where he became a naturalised Dutchman. Amongst other publications he produced: Capt. Fedor Schulze, West-Java Traveller’s Guide (Bat ... <more>
Schulze, Fedor
Ref: 01494
​Studio wet-stamp on reverse: 'Schulze Phot Batavia'. Captain Fedor Schulze (1836-1908) was a German military officer who served with distinction in the Dutch forces and settled in Batavia where he became a naturalised Dutchman. Amongst other publications he produced: ... <more>
Schulze, Fedor attributed
Ref: 01493
Captain Fedor Schulze (1836-1908) was a German military officer who served with distinction in the Dutch forces and settled in Batavia where he became a naturalised Dutchman. Amongst other publications he produced: Capt. Fedor Schulze, West-Java Traveller’s Guide (Bat ... <more>
Schulze, Fedor
Ref: 01492
​The backdrop is from the Schulze studio.Captain Fedor Schulze (1836-1908) was a German military officer who served with distinction in the Dutch forces and settled in Batavia where he became a naturalised Dutchman. Amongst other publications he produced: Capt. Fedor ... <more>
Unknown Photographer
Ref: 01491
​Bridal Party, Java, c.1890.​
Unknown Photographer
Ref: 01490
​The Jinghan Railway was China’s firstlong-distance railway project and, although under Chinese control, it wasfinanced by Belgian and French banks. Because of political sensibilities, theFrench were kept very much in the background and a Belgian company was formedto ... <more>
Unknown Photographer
Ref: 01489
​The Jinghan Railway was China’s firstlong-distance railway project and, although under Chinese control, it wasfinanced by Belgian and French banks. Because of political sensibilities, theFrench were kept very much in the background and a Belgian company was formedto ... <more>
Gsell, Emile
Ref: 01488
​Signed by Gsell in the negative & numbered '111'. Illustrated in Jim Mizerski, Cambodia Captured Angkor's First Photographers in 1860s Colonial Intrigues, Phnom Penh, Cambodia: Jasmine Image Machine, 2015 (p. 146).
Gsell, Emile
Ref: 01487

Gsell, Emile
Ref: 01486
​Illustrated in P. Franchini & J.Ghesquiere, Des Photographes En Indochine, Paris: Marvel, 2001 (p.194).
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