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Had a photographic studio in the Italian city of Milan in the 19th century.
Icilio Calzolari purchased the photography studio of Alessandro Duroni in 1865. Duroni was one of the pioneer photographers of Milano having first operated a daguerreoype studio at Corso Francesco 593 since 1839. The second studio site at Corso Victor Emanuele 13 was the location of the Calzolari portrait studio. In 1877, there were two additional addresses shown for Calzolari; Corso Venezia 77 and Via Manin 12, which documents the success of the studio. In 1888, Guigoni & Bossi purchased the Calzolari business for 30,000 lire and continued to use the Calzolari printed carte de visite and cabinet card backsides until 1890, but changed the fronts to reflect new ownership at the Co. V. Emanuele 13 address.
(Kindly contributed by Max Hochstetler, June 2007)
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