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Freuler (D.), Holyrood, 124, avenue de Wagram, Paris
90.R.72  
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Description
The album of twenty albumen photographs by D. Freuler documents Holyrood, an opulent Parisian townhouse on Avenue de Wagram designed by Charles des Anges, that was home to Marie Sinclair, Lady Caithness and duchesse de Pomár, the second wife of James Sinclair, Earl of Caithness.
Background
D. Freuler was a photographer active in Paris during the last decades of the nineteenth century. He had studios successively at 8, rue Barbouillère; 195,rue de Vaugirard; and 169, rue de Vaugirard.
Extent
1 Linear Foot (1 box)
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