Early 1900s – photos around France

The paternal grandfather and his family owned a factory outside of Paris and he and his siblings traveled the world selling their products — glue. I have access to a series of their travel photos taken around France in 1911-1917. Most of the locations have been labeled with a fountain pen. The one under the latticework of iron might well be the Eiffel Tower.

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The final photo with “Paulin” (my paternal great uncle) on the left and his mother “la Patronne” (my paternal great-grandmother) in the foreground.

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