Digitalizace archivu Šechtl a VosečekDigitized archive
About Šechtl and Voseček
Muzeum historické fotografie Šechtl a Voseček v TábořeMuzeum
On-line presentation of past exhibitions
František Krátký: pictures from Italy 1897
Most Interesting Discoveries
Section, where we show the most interesting information we have received from you, about photographs in the archive.
Current | 2006
Mrs. Koucká loaned for digitization photo book that was given by Tábor Sokol to famous traveller Enrique Stanko Vráz. This extremely well preserved set of photographs travelled to USA and returned back to Tábor. It is dated to 1903 providing us great tool for dating our negatives. It also adds a link in betwen Šechtl and Vráz, that is great for our planned exhibition on this adventueur.
Jiří Kohout loaned for digitzation 19 photographs. The photographs originate from the original portfolio of the Šechtl & Voseček studios. The portfolio contained over 500 most popular photographs of Tábor and its surroundings. We are very happy we now have more complette scans. 352 photographs was found so far.
Negatives for Marie Šechtlová's book “All Eyes” was considered lost for long time. Fortunately they was discovered during a reconstruction and survived (except for one picture] in good condition.
Josef Kratochvíl loaned for digitization negatives containing new photos of old town in Tábor as well as unique photos from maneuevers before WWI. We are very grateful for the gift.
In the archives of Czechoslovak church in Tábor was found several new negatives originating from Šechtl & Voseček studios. The negatives was donated to our archive. We are very grateful for the gift.