Martin Tritschler



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Español: Martin Tritschler, fabricante y comerciante de relojes, veterano de la guerra con los Estados Unidos de Norteamerica, filantropo y alpinista, fue el padre de los arzobispos mexicanos Martin y Guillermo Tritschler y Cordova
Al reverso se muestran vestigios de pegamento, pero se alcanza a leer "Compañia Fotográfica Becerril y (ilegible) Calle de Mesones N° 3 Puebla". Se trata de una "carte-de-visite" de la década de 1860, retrato de 5.6 x 8.75 cm. montado en una tarjeta de 10 x 6.25 cm. Se eliminó el borde de la tarjeta en la que esta montada para no ditraer la atención.
Date Between 1860-1870
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  • Compañia fotográfica de Lorenzo Becerril, esta foto digital fue tomada y subida aqui por mi Gustavo Velarde.
  • Unknown, photo unpublished until now, original uploader is Gustavo Velarde
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