Léon & Lévy

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Léon & Lévy

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  • Léon and Lévy
  • Léon & Levy
  • Léon and Levy
  • Leon & Levy
  • Leon and Levy
  • Léon et Lévy
  • Léon, M. & Lévy, J.
  • Léon, M. and Lévy, J.
  • Leon, M. & Levy, J.
  • Leon, M. and Levy, J.
  • M. Léon & J. Lévy
  • M. Léon and J. Lévy

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In ca. 1864, Moïse Léon and Jules Lévy took over the stereoscopic department at the Ferrier Père & Fils & Soulier company manufacturing glass stereographs. In 1867 the company was renamed to Léon & Lévy. Furthermore, during that year the Léon & Lévy company held the monopoly over photographing the International Exposition in Paris, France.


Paris (Île-de-France, France)

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Darrah, William. C. (1977) The World of Stereograhs. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania: Times and News Publishing Company.
The J. Paul Getty Trust. (2004). Gerry Union List of Artist Names Online. The Getty Research Institute. Retrieved from http://www.getty.edu/vow/ULANFullDisplay?find=Leon+%26+Levy&role=photography+studio&nation=&prev_page=1&subjectid=500033380

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