Mathilde Franziska Anneke
Formal studio portrait of Mathilde Franziska Anneke wearing dark dress and coat.
Image ID: 3701
Creator Name: Ganz, J.
Collection Name: Name File
Original Format Type: photographic print, b&w
Original Format Number: NF Anneke, Mathilde Franziska
Original Dimensions: 2.5 x 3.75 inches
Mathilde Franziska Anneke was considered by her contemporaries as the most prominent woman among the German Forty-eighters. She was a social activist, feminist, educator and writer. She was born as Mathilde Franziska Giesler, April 3, 1817, in Leveringhausen, Westphalia.
Clothing and dress
Studios and dark rooms
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