Notre Dame in Rare Photos

Notre Dame in Rare Photos

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| By Tara Blair |

A massive blaze spread through Paris’ most iconic Gothic cathedral Notre Dame, collapsing the main spire and roof on Monday. With the fire out and France making plans to rebuild the cathedral, we want to commemorate Notre Dame by sharing early, rare photographs of the magnificent architecture.



Coburn, Alvin Langdon. “After Meryon – Le Stryge.” Photographs from the Royal Photographic Society Collection, Primary Source Media, 1913. Nineteenth Century Collections Onlinehttp://tinyurl.galegroup.com/tinyurl/9noVJ7



Atget, E. “Photographs of Paris, Versailles, Vitry la Rochelle, Meudon, Pontoise, Beauvais, Fontainebleau.” Early Rare Photographs from the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Primary Source Media, 1900. Nineteenth Century Collections Onlinehttp://tinyurl.galegroup.com/tinyurl/9nrKD9


Various. “The Rouse Collection of Topographical Photographs (17 Volumes).” Early Rare Photographs from the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Primary Source Media, 1860’s – 1890’s. Nineteenth Century Collections Online, http://tinyurl.galegroup.com/tinyurl/9oeTo1.


Various. “The Rouse Collection of Topographical Photographs (17 Volumes).” Early Rare Photographs from the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Primary Source Media, 1860’s – 1890’s. Nineteenth Century Collections Online, http://tinyurl.galegroup.com/tinyurl/9oeTo1.

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