Ferdinand Hahnzhog (Germany, 1900-05)


Figutr 1.-Ferdinand here wears a tam with what looks like a short tunic for school. We think his mother would have called in a tunic rather than a smocks. He also wears baggy bloomer knickers and probably long stockings. The book satchel tells us that it is Ferdinand'school outfit. The portrait was taken around 1900-05. CDVs were popular in Germany longer thn in America. The studio was A. Breuning in Hanau aM (au Main) Germany.

This CDV portrait shows Ferdinand Hahnzhog in his school clothes. He wears a tam with what looks like a short tunic. We think his mother would have called in a tunic (Kittelanzug) rather than a smocks. He also wears baggy bloomer knickers and probably long stockings. The book satchel tells us that it is Ferdinand'school outfit. THe portrait was taken around 1900-05. CDVs were popular in Germany longer thn in America. The studio was A. Breuning in Hanau aM (au Main) Germany The town's name is derived from 'Hagenowe' which is a composition from 'Haag' (wood) and 'Aue' (open land at the side of a river). historic core of Hanau was sited within a semi-circle of the River Kinzig which flows into the River Main just to the west. Today the town has reched the Main after a vast expansion during the 19th and 20th centuries.








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