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LEREBOURS ET SECRETAN France, 1845-55, MIM NIM OIM PHIM Holland Circle = DNM; Telescope = GEL; Microscopes = LEY, Ineichen 6/5/75, D.(1972), Cranbrook Institute of Science Michigan, Peron et Corsy, Melun 6/10/79; Level = CNAM; Pantograph = COO; Resonance apparatus = TEY. Noël-Marie-Paymal Lerebours and Marc Secretan. 13 Place du Pont-Neuf, Paris. Daumas 1; Destombes 4; Cons. Nat'l 1; van der Star 1; USNM; Wynter and Turner; G.L'E. Turner 7 & 24; Moskowitz; Portuguese Inventory; RSW.
LEREBOURS ET SECRETAN, MAISON France, post-1855, MIM NIM OIM PHIM Auguste and Georges Secretan, cousins; TC.; "Maison Lerebours et Secretan / Secretan Successeur." Paris. Moskowitz 122; Warner 13.
SECRETAN see Lerebours et Secretan. Daumas 1.
SECRETAN SUCCESSEUR France, fl.1855-67, OIM Marc Secretan succeeded Lerebours et Secretan in 1855. Paris. Moskowitz 122.
SECRETAN, AUGUSTE France, 1833-74, MIM SIM son of Marc Secretain; worked with his cousin, Georges Secretain, as Maison Lerebours et Secretan, 1867; succeeded by Georges Secretan in 1871. Paris. Poggendorff; Warner 13.
SECRETAN, GEORGES France, b.1837, MIM SIM nephew of Marc Secretan; worked with his cousin, Auguste Secretan, as Maison Lerebours et Secretan;; succeeded Auguste in 1871. Paris. Poggendorff; Warner 13.
SECRETAN, MARC-FRANCOIS-LOUIS Switzerland; France, 1804-67, MIM NIM OIM PHIM SIM wide range of instruments that may be seen in many museums, noted for his telescopes, Borda circles, theodolites, surveyor's compasses, etc. professor of astronomy at Lausanne; worked with Noël-Marie- Paymel Lerebours in Paris from 1845 to 1855; on his own after that; "Opticien de S.A.M. l'Empereur"; did work for the Paris observatory; probably joined by his son and nephew, Auguste and Georges Secretan who later worked under the name Maison Lerebours et Secretan. Lausanne; Paris. Poggendorff; Moskowitz 122; Daumas 1; USNM; J.A. Bennett 2; Warner 13; RSW.

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