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PIC ID: 291504

Alfred Chardon, Jeune

French, died 1897


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An brief mention of Alfred Chardon's death is published in an 1897 edition of Wilson's Photographic Magazine, in which he is described as the "old and well-known photographic experimenter" who was a "pioneer in emulsion work and had letterly given considerable attention to the perfecting of Poitevin's heliochromic process."

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Alfred Chardon, Jeune has 2 locations.

Active in (1860s)

Paris, Île-de-France

Death (June 28, 1897)