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The Royal Palace, Versailles, France

The Royal Palace, Versailles, France



H116171 U.S. Copyright Office
Copyright deposit; Nortman Photo Co.; September 26, 1908; DLC/PP-1908:43571.
On stationary attached at left: "Nortman Photographic Company, Studio, 3 and 4 Park Street, Boston; Telephone connections; Branch Studio, Magnolia, Mass. The Royal Palace, Versailles, France. A panoramic photograph by the Notman Photographic Co., Boston, Mass."
Exhibited: "Königsschlösser und Fabriken - Ludwig II, und die Architektur" at the Architekturmuseum der TU Munchen, Arcis Str. 21 80333, Munich, Germany, Sept. 26, 2018 - Jan. 13, 2019.





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