Use the smaller-sized text Use the larger-sized text Use the very large text

Wisconsin Historical Images

Mathilde Franziska Anneke



Mathilde Franziska Anneke
+ Click to enlarge

Did You Know?

Nearly all of the images in our online collections are available for purchase as archival pigment prints or digital files and many may be licensed for reproduction. For more information, see our FAQ.


Email Icon Share this image with a friend

Title: Mathilde Franziska Anneke
Description: Formal studio portrait of Mathilde Franziska Anneke wearing dark dress and coat.

Image ID: 3701
Creator
Name:
Ganz, J.
Collection
Name:
Name File
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
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.
Subjects: Indoor photography
Portrait photography
Women
Dresses
Studios and dark rooms
Photography
Coats
 

This image is issued by the Wisconsin Historical Society. Use of the image requires written permission from the staff of the Division of Library-Archives. It may not be sold or redistributed, copied or distributed as a photograph, electronic file, or any other media. The image should not be significantly altered through conventional or electronic means. Images altered beyond standard cropping and resizing require further negotiation with a staff member. The user is responsible for all issues of copyright.

Please Credit: Wisconsin Historical Society.

select text size Use the smaller-sized textUse the larger-sized textUse the very large text