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Taken by L. J. Kiek, Gerard Doustraat 81, Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Louis Israel Kiek (1838-1894) worked in Amsterdam from 1867-1890. He was the son of
Israel David Kiek (1811-1899) Israel Kiek gave his name to a famous Dutch word: kiekje (snapshot).

 

Taken by Victoria Square Studio, Francis Herbert Dufty, Boyces Bdgs (Bridges), Clifton, Bristol (UK)
The father of Francis Herbert Dufty II. The family moved to Australia in 1865.
The Clifton Suspension Bridge on the back of the card was finished in 1864.

 

Taken by Negretti & Zambra, Crystal Palace, Sydenham (UK)

 

Taken by Mr. Jabez Hughes, Ryde, Isle of Wight (UK)

 

Taken by Charles Brandebourg Fils, Avenue Amelie, Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
Son of Pierre Brandebourg, the first photographer to open a studio in Luxembourg.

 

Taken by Ferdinand J. Mulnier, 25 Boulevart des Italiens, Paris (France)

 

Taken by Mayer & Pierson, Boulevart des Capucines 3, Paris (France)

 

Taken by Alexander Bassano, 25 Old Bond St and 42 Pall Mall, London (UK)
"Who?"

 

Taken by Beard, 31 King William Steet, London (UK)

 



Taken by Charles Reutlinger, 21 Boulevard Montmartre, Paris (France)

 

Taken by Etienne Carjat & Co, 10 Rue Notre Dame de Lorette, Paris (France)
Student of Pierre Petit. Famous for his photograph of Rimbaud.

 


Taken by Pierre Petit, 27 Rue de la Herse, Cambrai (France)

 

Taken by Pierre Petit, 31 Place Cadet, Paris (France)

 


Taken by Pierre Petit, 31 Place Cadet, Paris (France)
"1872"

 

Taken by Pierre Petit, 27-29-31 Place Cadet, Paris (France)
"1881"

 



Taken by Delie, successor to Disderi, 6 Boulevard des Italiens 6, Paris (France)

 

Taken by Disderi, Paris (France)
Princess Beatrice.

 

Taken by Disderi, Paris (France)
Princess Maria Pia de Savoie, Reine du Portugal.

 

Taken by Disderi, Paris (France)

 

Taken by Disderi, Paris (France)
Only the Paris address on the back, in purple instead of red.

 

Taken by Nadar, 35 Boulevart des Capucines, Paris (France)
Daniel Dunglas Home (1833-1886)
A Scottish physical medium with the reported ability to levitate to a variety of heights,
speak with the dead, and to produce rapping and knocks in houses at will.

 

Taken by Nadar, Rue D'Anjou 51, Paris (France)
"A l'ami Albert Mure, cordialement, Gustave Rivet"
Gustave Rivet (1848-1936) was a French poet and politician born in Domene, France.

 

Taken by Nadar, Rue D'Anjou St Honore 51, Paris (France)

 

Taken by Nadar, Rue D'Anjou St Honore 51, Paris (France)

 

Taken by H. Lenthall, successor to Mr Kilburn, 222 Regent Street (UK)

 





Taken by Mr Kilburn, 222 Regent Street, London (UK)

 




Taken by Mayall, 224 Regent Street, London (UK)

 

Taken by Mayall, 224 Regent Street, London / 90 King's Road, Brighton (UK)
"Keep this, a good one"

 

Taken by Mayall, 224 Regent Street, London / 90 King's Road, Brighton (UK)
"Taken 1866"

 

Taken by Mayall, 91 King's Road Brighton, 224 Regent Street London (UK)

 

Taken by Mayall, London and Brighton (UK)
"Jake Walker, 1874"

 

 

 

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