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Zander & Labisch

Berlin, Germany, 1895–1939 (Photographer)

Zander & Labisch Illustrations-Photographen (Zander and Labisch Illustrations-Photographs) was a photography studio in Berlin, Germany. It was founded in 1895 by Siegmund Labisch (1863–1942), a rabbi and photographer, and Albert Zander, an engineer and photographer, who after two years withdrew from active collaboration in the studio. Under the name Zander & Labisch Neue Photographische Gesellschaft AG, the studio was located at Leipziger Straße 105 between 1897 and 1897 and at Mohrenstraße 19 between 1897 to 1900. The Nazis removed the studio from the commercial register in 1939. On September 14, 1942, Siegmund Labisch was deported to the Theresienstadt concentration camp where he was murdered on December 7.

Zander & Labisch Credit Line
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