French Embassy: Washington, D.C.

Dublin Core

Description

Is not Sunday Dept.
Has contact prints
[Caption 1] 1. Reception hall table, Lafayette bust, and staircase reflected in mirror.
2. Staircase views in reception hall.
3. Library.
4. Salon where more formal entertainment is done.

[Caption 1] 5. Dining room
6. Room of the salon where Mme. Bonnet does her personal entertaining. (She is said to be very proud of this room, having decorated it herself.)
7. Terrace and garden views. The library opens out to the terrace shown.
8. M. Bonnet's study. Lule, the French poodle, belongs to Mme. Bonnet.
9. Views of the Embassy itself.
Digitized for the New York Times in 2018 by students at Pratt Institute's School of Information.

Creator

George Tames

Publisher

The New York Times

Date

Rights

All rights reserved. For reproduction & use information, please contact the New York Times.

Format

Language

English

Identifier

Coverage

Washington, DC

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Physical Dimensions

4x5 Large Format

Citation

George Tames, “French Embassy: Washington, D.C.,” George Tames: New York Times Photographer , accessed October 29, 2020, http://nytames.prattsi.org/items/show/129.