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    Introduction
    Auguste-Rosalie Bisson (01/05/1826 – 22/04/1900) was a French photographer, active from 1841 to the year of his death, 1900. He was born and died in Paris and was the son of the heraldic painter, Louis-François Bisson and the brother of Louis-Auguste Bisson. He was the first person to take pictures from the summit of Mont Blanc, in the summer of 1861. While making this expedition, he took 25 porters to carry his equipment.
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    Q477709
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    Introduction
    Son of Louis-François Bisson, heraldic painter.
    Nationality
    French
    Gender
    Male
    Roles
    Artist, Photographer
    Names
    Auguste-Rosalie Bisson, Auguste-Rosalie Bisson le Jeune, Auguste Rosalie Bisson, Bisson Jeune
    Ulan
    500036839
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