Exposition Universelle de Paris 1867
contains 25 photographs taken by Auguste-Rosalie Bisson (Bisson Jeune) and five taken by
Charles-Louis Michelez. The album documents the buildings, grounds and exhibits of the 1867
Paris Exposition universelle in Paris.
Auguste-Rosalie Bisson, also known as Bisson Jeune (Bisson the younger), was a French
photographer. Between 1841 and 1864, he and his elder brother, Louis-Auguste, operated
Bisson frères their Paris photography studio.
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