|Basic biographical summary of this person
|Relevance of this person||photographer and proprietor of optical businesses |
|Main period of activity||N/A|
|Notes||Max Skladanowsky took photographs that were, among others, issued in the series Projektion für Alle. He was also the inventor of the Bioskoop in 1895, an early instrument for the projection of moving images. |
|date unknown ||resident||28 Waldowstrasse, Niederschönhausen, Berlin, Germany|
|30 April 1863||born at||Berlin, Germany|
|c.1907-1930s||~43||owner/proprietor||Projektion für Alle|
|11 November 1939||76||died at||Berlin, Germany|
|Slide sets linked to this person||photographer: Quer durch Holland (lecture: Projektion für Alle, 24 slides, c.1906)|
|Lucerna ID no. 6004004||Record created by Sarah Dellmann and Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2016|
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