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Topic: boulevard

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Boulevard des Italiens

Stereograph shows aerial view of Boulevard des Italiens, Paris.

Eden-concert, enl'vez l'ballon revue de m.m. Hermil & Numès, 17 boulevard Sébastopol, musique nouvelle de Tar-Caen / / Ch. Levy.

French circus poster shows two performers in the basket of an airship navigated by a rudder and a propeller. The basket bears the date 1884.

Chicago's pride, her boulevard, U.S.A.

Large treelined divided street culminating in a circle with horses drinking from hexagonal fountain(?), other horse-drawn carriages in background down the boulevard and bicyclists in the foreground.

Lake Calhoun Boulevard, Minneapolis, Minn.

Postcard shows an automobile traveling a dirt road along Lake Calhoun shoreline.

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