Die Dorotheenstädtische Realshule,
where the "außerodentlicher
" (extra-ordinary) Lehrer
August Vollrath Streubel seems to have worked, at least in the Sommer
/Summer half of 1858 (here
, in/from Das höhere Schulwesen in Preußen
, Berlin 1864), all in German.
Also see the full record In WorldCat
, fot this guy (all in all 17 posts, here
), with the latest publication: Kleine Beiträge zur reinen und angewandten Naturgeschichte. 1, Zur Trichinenfrage. Über das Exterieur des Floh's
, noted in WorldCat
, as "Selbstverl. d. Verf., 1866" (published by himself, also in 1866), most likely he was still alive at that point. The same work is also listed here
If so, if born in 1817 (as found/claimed by Paul, and I see no reason to doubt that such was the case), he would have been in his very late 40's when this work was written/printed, presumably with many years left (if in good health, of course).
He might have been around also in the early 1870's (as of here
), even if only listed as "Streubel, ...." (no given names, not even with any Initials), the latter could, of course, be by a different Streubel all together (as there seems to have been quite a few of them in that certain Era), though I think this might be one of those other guys, as it takes us here
(to an anonymous/unknown) "Kunstgärtner Streubel in Carlowitz
But, who knows, maybe he made a change in/of career?
Hopefully of some help in finding him (in full)?