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Derbyshire Photographers' Profiles
by Brett Payne, of Tauranga, New Zealand
M. Reissert

of Balsall Heath & Derby

M. Reissert operated a photographic studio in Derby in the early 1900s.


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Adamson (1997) shows M. Reissert operating a studio at 284-286 Normanton Road, Derby in 1903.  A cabinet photo (see below) indicates that this firm also work in premises at 208 St. Thomas Road, Derby, perhaps in the mid-1900s.  In 1901, there were two photographers, Marks and Mathalill "Reisserits", presumably brothers, living at Balsall Heath, Birmingham.  One or both of them must have moved to Derby before 1903, but no other sightings have been found.

According to Adamson (1997), James Lilley was at 284 Normanton Street from 1903-1904, which suggests that the Reisserts tenure of those premises was brief.  James Cartledge was the occupant of 284 Normanton Road in 1910.

Portfolio
Image © & courtesy of Jean Snow
Margaret Hind (1877-1932)
by M. Reissert of 208 St. Thomas Road, Derby
Undated, but probably taken c. 1901-1903

Format: Cabinet Card

Image © & courtesy of Jean Snow

Notes


References
Images kindly provided by Jean Snow
1901 UK Census - online from Ancestry.com
Adamson, Keith I.P. (1997) Professional Photographers in Derbyshire 1843 - 1914, The PhotoHistorian, No. 118 Supplement, September 1997, ISSN 0957-0209. Courtesy of John Bradley.

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