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    • Joe Jones of Paris, Kentucky, 1935.

    • Portraits; Men; Horses; Horseback riding
    • Joe Jones of Paris, Kentucky riding a horse, wearing a bowler and leather bomber jacket. Crop marks outline his image. Handwritten on back of image: Joe Jones, rider, Paris, Ky., 5 year mare, 1935.
    • André Jeunet and Pierre Bourgeois, Paris, 1917

    • Balconies; Military air pilots; Soldiers--French
    • André Jeunet stands with his cousin, Pierre Bourgeois, on a balcony overlooking Rue du Fer à Moulin in Paris in June, 1917. Photograph is mounted on a gray board. Handwritten on verso of mount: "Juin 1917. Paris. Balcon du 5p(?) rue du Fer à...
    • French soldiers reading Paris newspaper, circa 1916.

    • World War, 1914-1918--France; Military vehicles; Soldiers; Newspapers; Reading; Wooden buildings
    • Four soldiers read "L'Echo de Paris," a Paris newspaper as they stand on a dirt road or parking area during World War I. Insignia on one collar indicates they are part of the 139e Régiment d'Infanterie. Wooden barn, other buildings, and army...
    • André and Robert Jeunet, Paris, 1916.

    • Portrait photographs; Soldiers--French
    • Formal portrait of André Jeunet and his cousin Robert Jeunet, both in military uniforms, taken in Paris in 1916. Printed on verso: "Photographie des Grands Magasins du Louvre" and "Ce cliché No. [71418] sera conservé pour fournier d'autres...
    • Paul Nicholson in "Peggy from Paris," circa 1903.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men; Costumes; Posing
    • Full-length character portrait of actor Paul Nicholson in costume for his role in Henry W. Savage's "Peggy from Paris." His dapper attire includes a white top hat and suit with a long jacket. He stands, with cane, in front of a backdrop of an...
    • Opera Avenue, Paris, France.

    • City & town life; Pedestrians; People
    • Busy and wide intersection with pedestrians and horse-drawn carriages. To the rear, buildings are on either side with a building at the end. Fountains are in front of the buildings. Title: 26. Opera Avenue, Paris, France. Text on left: Polychrome...
    • Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris.

    • Cathedrals; Churches; Buildings
    • View of the Cathedral of Notre Dame from the water. The cathedral stands behind a cluster of trees. In front is water, possibly a canal, with boats docked to the side. Title: 106. Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris.
    • Sousa's band, Paris Exposition.

    • Bands; Exhibitions
    • Music band plays in front of a stone building. The musicians sit with stands in front of them while a conductor stands in the middle. The band is surrounded by a large crowd of people. Title: 28. Sousa's Band, Paris Exposition. Copyright statement:...
    • Royal Palace, Paris.

    • Castles & palaces; Buildings; Bedrooms
    • Ornate bedroom inside the Royal Palace in France. Bed framed by tall curtains with a chandelier hanging above. Paintings are on the wall and a second chandelier hangs near the back. Descriptive information on back of card: The Royal Palace, Paris....
    • Hotel Windsor, Paris, Ky.

    • Hotels; Dining rooms; Dining tables; Sunspaces; Hotel Windsor (Paris, Ky.)
    • Two rooms in the Hotel Windsor - the dining room and the sun parlor. The dining room features numerous tables with tablecloths. The "sun parlor" is a long narrow room with wooden and wicker furniture. Manufactured by Curt Teich & Co., published in...
    • Notre-Dame, Paris, France, exterior view from south.

    • Medieval; Early Gothic; High Gothic; Gothic (Medieval)
    • "Begun 1163; nave and flying buttresses, 1180-1200?; remodeled after 1225." (Caption, Kleiner, p.486); "The choir and transept were completed by 1182; the nave, by ca. 1225; and the facade not until ca. 1250-1260." (Excerpt, Kleiner, p.487).
    • McKernan, Paris.

    • Baseball cards; Athletes; Baseball players
    • Edward McKernan, dates unknown. Black-and-white portrait of Edward McKernan with the Paris Bourbonites (Kentucky). Verso: Series No. 6. Old Mill Cigarettes. Base Ball Subjects - Large Assortment. Factory No. 25, 2d Dist. VA.
    • Hélène Dauvray, Théâtre Folies Dramatiques, Paris.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women
    • Three-quarter length portrait of Helene Dauvray wearing an evening gown with opera-length gloves. Born Helen Gibson in San Francisco, California, in 1859, she adopted her stage name after performing abroad in Paris. She performed at Macauley's...
    • Hélène Dauvray, Théâtre Folies Dramatiques, Paris.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes; Posing
    • Three-quarter length character portrait of Helene Dauvray wearing a black bow in her braided hair and a dress with short jacket, white pinafore, and striped skirt. Born Helen Gibson in San Francisco, California, in 1859, she adopted her stage name...

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