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1916. Charles Ernest Henri Boissevain (1868-1940) by Jan Toorop (1858-1928).

Also: Dr. Ch. E. H. Boissevain.

  • Profession: Director NV Ammonia Factory v/h Van der Elst and Matthes, Driemond, east of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Residences: Amsterdam, Paris, Blaricum.
  • Relation to Mahler: Member of the board Royal Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Friend of Willem Mengelberg (1871-1951).
  • Correspondence with Mahler: No.
  • Father: Charles Boissevain (1842-1927). Died in House Boissevain Drafna. Aged 84.
  • Mother: Emily Heloise Mac Donnell (1844-1931). 
  • Born: 09-05-1868 Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • Five brothers and six sisters.
  • Married: 19-02-1891 Amsterdam, the Netherlands to Maria Barbera Boissevain-Pijnappel (1870-1950).
  • Nine children.
  • Died: 07-11-1940 Oost Witzand, Blaricum, the Netherlands. Aged 72.
  • Buried: 11-11-1940 Crematorium Westerveld, Driehuis, Velsen, the Netherlands. Cremated.

His father: Charles Boissevain (1842-1927).

His mother: Emily Heloise Mac Donnell (1844-1931).

Charles Ernest Henri Boissevain (1868-1940).

  • Member of the board of The Society for Music (Maatschappij tot Bevordering der Toonkunst 1910 to 1917).
  • Member of the board of Royal Concertgebouw (1897, 1903 to 1904 and 1915 to 1931).
  • Member of the Council of Amsterdam (1905 to 1907 and 1909 to 1919).
  • Member of the Provincial States of North Holland (1910 to 1918),.
  • Member of the International Chamber of Commerce of The Netherlands in Paris.
  • Director of Algemeen Handelsblad (newspaper).

07-11-1940. Obituary Charles Ernest Henri Boissevain (1868-1940) in newspaper Algemeen Handelsblad, the Netherlands.

07-11-1940. Obituary Charles Ernest Henri Boissevain (1868-1940) in newspaper Algemeen Handelsblad, the Netherlands.

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