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Der Zeichenlehrer aus Hannover, Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Kretschmer, und Tochter Marie Kretschmer, fotografiert von Karl F(riedrich) Wunder.

Sohn Heinrich Kretschmer vermachte die Fotos, gemeinsam mit zwei Alben (eins von 1879) mit Bleistiftzeichnungen (meist während einer Schweizreise entstanden) , an die Hausdame von Wilhelm bzw. Marie Kretschmer, Henriette Mantshorst oder Mantehorst. Henriette war eine Schwester der Mutter von Hugo Duensing, der Anfang 1953 in Goslar wohnte. Dessen schriftlich niedergelegter Wunsch war es 1953, daß diese "Dokumente eines früheren Kunstschaffens gehütet werden". Aus Duensings Händen gingen die Werke irgendwann über eBay zurück an den früheren Wohnort von Wilhelm Kretschmer (der am später jedoch in Hamburg gelebt haben soll).

Happy birthday - Wikipedia! Danke, Hannover! Marie Kretschmer, Tochter von Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Kretschmer

Date circa 1879
date QS:P,+1879-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
Source Scan vom Original: Bernd Schwabe in Hannover
creator QS:P170,Q126529


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