The French City Carcassonne
Reduced scale photocopy of a poster drawing of the medieval walled city of Carcassonne, France.
Image ID: 104475
Creation Date: date unknown
Creator Name: Unknown
Collection Name: Vanderbilt, Paul : Paul Vanderbilt Thematic Panels Project, 1965-1967 and 1982-1984
Original Format Type: prints, fine-art
Original Format Number: 7-151
Original Dimensions: Unknown
Appears in Thematic Panel Image ID: 102548
The large original poster, issued by the Orleans & Midi railroad, lithographed in colors after A. Robida, is filed as 7-151.
Cities and towns
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