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Neurdein Frères

Sons of the photographer Jean César Neurdein, the Neurdein brothers opened a photographic studio in Paris in 1863, with each taking on different responsibilities in the business. Étienne managed the studio and photographed portraits, while Louis-Antonin travelled widely photographing monuments, buildings and landscapes.

Maison Neurdein thus produced not only portraits of famous people of the era but also views of France, Belgium, Algeria and Canada. It also published numerous postcards under the trademarks "ND" and "X".

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Viger square, Montreal, QC, about 1907 (MP-0000.840.6)

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Viger square, Montreal, QC, about 1907
Neurdein Frères
1902-1912, 20th century
MP-0000.840.6

View of Montreal from one of the look outs on Mount Royal, Montreal, QC, about 1910 (MP-0000.877.2)

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View of Montreal from one of the look outs on Mount Royal, Montreal, QC, about 1910
Neurdein Frères
About 1910, 20th century
MP-0000.877.2

Montcalm Market, Quebec City, QC, about 1910 (MP-0000.1152.8)

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Montcalm Market, Quebec City, QC, about 1910
Neurdein Frères
About 1910, 20th century
MP-0000.1152.8