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Moulin, Gabriel, 1872-1945



  • Existence: 1872 - 1945

Biographical History

Gabriel Moulin (1872-1945) was a photographer in the San Francisco, California area.

Charles Peter Gabriel Moulin was born in San Jose, California in 1872. He was trained as a photographer by Isaiah West Taber, Max Karras, and R.J. Waters. His photographic subjects included the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, construction of the Golden Gate Bridge, and Bohemian Grove plays. He founded Gabriel Moulin Studios in San Francisco in 1909 which he left to his sons, Irving and Raymond, after his death in 1945.

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Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Gabriel Moulin photograph of a Bohemian Grove play

 Digital Record
Identifier: MSSP78_b1_f8_i130

Gabriel Moulin photograph of a Bohemian Grove play , circa 1910

 Item — Box 1: Series 1; Series 2; Series 3; Series 4 [Barcode: 31197233601118], Folder: 8
Identifier: MSS P 78 Series 4 Item 130
Scope and Contents

Photograph taken between 1920 and 1930 of an outdoor theater with actors dressed in Renaissance-period clothing. There is also an orchestra playing in the orchestra pit.

Dates: circa 1910

Gabriel Moulin photographs

 Collection — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197233608303]
Identifier: MSS P 387
Scope and Contents

Collection includes 20 photographs of the San Francisco region, taken by Gabriel Moulin between 1898 and the 1930s. Also includes some images of Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Dates: approximately 1898-1939

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Archival Object 1
Digital Record 1
Collection 1
Gelatin silver prints 2
San Francisco (Calif.) -- Photographs 1
Santa Fe (N.M.) -- Photographs 1