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Born here:

 BORLAND, Frederick J.  (c.1867-1940), c.1867

 CARETTE, Georges  (1861-1954), 1861

 GRAFTON, Gerald  (c.1860- after 1901), c.1860

 GUYOT, Edmé-Gilles  (1706-1786), 1706

 LACOMME, J.M.A.  (c.1833- after 1903), c.1833

Died here:

 CARETTE, Georges  (1861-1954), 1954

 ROWLAND, Sydney  (1872-1917), 6 March 1917

 SHARLAND, Herbert H.  (c.1831-1894), 28 November 1894

Main references

Slide sets:

 Aiguilles du Charmoz and tour of Mont Blanc: ascent of Matterhorn and Mont Rosa (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1909)

 Algiers to Mentone: via Marseilles and the Riviera (lecture: Poulton & Son, 60 slides, in/before 1891)

 [The Alps] (lecture: Royal Geographical Society, at least 23 slides, 1896-1897)

 An architectural tour in central France (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1904)

 An architectural tour in Normandy (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, 1896)

 Battle scenes and incidents of the war between France and Prussia (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 18 slides, 1871-1872)

 Beautiful Brittany (lecture: G.M. Mason, 60-71 slides, n.d.)

 The beauty spots of the Riviera (lecture: York & Son, 111 slides, in/before 1891)

 Brittany (lecture: York & Son, 40 slides, 1895)

 Brittany and Brittany folk (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 36 slides, 1893)

 Celebrated castles, palaces, etc.: series no. 3 (lecture: Theobald & Co., 12 slides, in/after 1895)

 The Coup d'État: a short sketch of the exciting events enacted in Paris during the Revolution of 1851 (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 7 slides, n.d.)

 Effects slides: series no. 2 (effect: Theobald & Co., 12 slides, 1901-1903)

 Effects slides: series no. 3 (effect: Theobald & Co., 12 slides, 1901-1903)

 Fiz!: or something about a bottle of Champagne (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 8 slides, n.d.)

 France (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 28 slides, in/before 1894)

 France (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 93 slides, in/before 1894)

 France and Paris (lecture: Newton & Co., 85 slides, in/before 1888)

 France to Buda-Pesth (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, 1892)

 The French Revolution (lecture: E.G. Wood, 51 slides, 1889)

 The French Riviera and Monte Carlo (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 70 slides, in/before 1901)

 From Barcelona to the Pyrenees (lecture: York & Son, 40 slides, 1898)

 The Huguenots: a sketch of the history of Protestantism in France (lecture: Newton & Co., 41 slides, in/before 1909)

 In the highlands of Corsica (lecture: York & Son, 40 slides, 1897)

 The innocents abroad (story: Riley Brothers, 54 slides, 1889)

 The land of William the Conqueror (lecture: Valentine & Sons, 40 slides, 1893)

 London by night: [and] Paris by night (miscellaneous: York & Son, 30 slides, n.d.)

 London to Greece (Athens) (lecture: Wrench & Son, 50 slides, 1893)

 London to Naples and Pompeii: by way of the Riviera (lecture: Riley Brothers, 50 slides, 1901)

 Lourdes and its grotto (lecture: Riley Brothers, 16 slides, 1910)

 The Mediterranean (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1887)

 The old towns of Normandy (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 70 slides, in/before 1901)

 Paris (lecture: Riley Brothers, 60 slides, 1898)

 Paris (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 24 slides, in/before 1889)

 Paris: before and after the war (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 50 slides, n.d.)

 Paris and environs (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 50 slides, in/before 1894)

 Paris and environs: [additional slides] (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 23 slides, in/before 1894)

 Paris Exhibition (lecture: Riley Brothers, 12 slides, c.1889)

 Paris Exhibition, 1878 (lecture: York & Son, 54 slides, 1878)

 Paris to Prague (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, 1894)

 A ramble through the Maritime Alps and Monaco (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 70 slides, in/before 1901)

 Rambles in France (lecture: York & Son, 60 slides, 1889-1909)

 The reward of covetousness (story: York & Son, 8 slides, in/before 1888)

 The Riviera: from Marseilles to Genoa (lecture: Wrench & Son, 50 slides, 1888)

 The Riviera: supplementary views (lecture: manufacturer unknown, 30 slides, in/before 1889)

 [Strasbourg] (lecture: Flatters and Garnett, at least 6 slides, n.d.)

 A tour in Normandy (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 50 slides, in/before 1898)

 A tour through Normandy and Brittany (lecture: G.M. Mason, 60 slides, n.d.)

 A trip to Monte Carlo and neighbourhood (lecture: Riley Brothers, 50 slides, 1901)

 A trip to Paris (lecture: G.M. Mason, 48 slides, n.d.)

 A trip to Paris: via Dover and Calais, and Dieppe and Newhaven (lecture: York & Son, 60 slides, 1897)

 A trip to the Paris Exhibition, 1900 (lecture: York & Son, 70 slides, 1900)

 Views in France (lecture: E.G. Wood, 46 slides, in/before 1888)

 A visit to the Paris Exhibition (lecture: York & Son, 60 slides, 1889)

 A visit to the world's great capitals (lecture: Riley Brothers, 54 slides, in/before 1887)

 Wanderings in Paris (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, in/before 1888)

 [Weaver Baker Collection: photographs of Paris] (miscellaneous: privately made, 8 slides, n.d.)

 Die Weltstadt Paris (lecture: Projektion für Alle, 24 slides, 1900-1906)

 The World War: chapter II -- the dash for Paris (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1915)

 The World War: chapter III -- our far flung battle line (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1915)

 The World War: chapter IV -- coming to grips (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1915)

 The World War: chapter V -- daring deeds in winter warfare (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1915)

 The World War: chapter VI -- Britain's Imperial unity (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1915)

 The World War: chapter VII -- round about Ypres (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1915)

Texts:

 An architectural tour in central France (London: York & Son, n.d.)

 ‘Battle scenes and incidents of the war between France and Prussia’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)

 W. Marsden, Brittany and Brittany folk (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, 1893)

 ‘Celebrated castles, palaces, etc.: series no. 3’ in Readings in prose and verse

 Cities and places of interest in the Mediterranean (London: York & Son, n.d.)

 Berita Barnett, ‘A concise description of the western Riviera: Nice to Genoa’ in A concise description of the western Riviera [etc.]

 ‘The Coup d'État: a short sketch of the exciting events enacted in Paris during the Revolution of 1851’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)

 ‘Effects slides: series no. 2’ in Readings in prose and verse

 ‘Effects slides: series no. 3’ in Readings in prose and verse

 ‘Fiz!: or something about a bottle of Champagne’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)

 H.E.S. Hatton, French Revolution of 1789 (London: Horne, Thornthwaite & Wood [1] and E.G. Wood, 1889)

 George E. Thompson, ‘From Barcelona to the Pyrenees’ in From Barcelona to the Pyrenees [etc.]

 From London to Greece (London: Wrench & Son, 1893)

 ‘Mark Twain’, The innocents abroad: including 'The new pilgrim's progress' (Bradford: Riley Brothers, c.1889)

 Margaret Oliphant, ‘Jeanne d'Arc’ in Jeanne d'Arc [etc.] (1910)

 Jeanne d'Arc: [and] Lourdes and its grotto (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1910)

 Mrs Nolan-Slaney, Joan of Arc (London: Catholic Truth Society, n.d.)

 The land of William the Conqueror (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, 1893)

 La légende des quatre fils Aymon (Paris: Édouard Cornély, c.1903)

 London to Naples and Pompeii: by way of the Riviera (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1901)

 ‘Lourdes and its grotto’ in Jeanne d'Arc [etc.] (1910)

 Basil Mathews, ‘The maiden knight of voices’ in The splendid quest (1912)

 ‘Paris: before and after the war’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2

 ‘Paris Exhibition, 1878’ in Descriptive readings and lectures 1

 Paris Exhibition, 1900 (London: York & Son, 1900)

 ‘The reward of covetousness’ in Scott's notes by the way

 The Riviera: from Marseilles to Genoa (London: Wrench & Son, n.d.)

 A trip to Monte Carlo and neighbourhood (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1901)

 John S. Bond, A trip to Paris (London: York & Son, 1897)

 A visit to the world's great capitals (Bradford: Riley Brothers, c.1887)

 Wanderings in Paris (London: York & Son, n.d.)

 The World War: chapter II – the dash for Paris (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1915)

 The World War: chapter III – our far flung battle line (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1915)

 The World War: chapter IV – coming to grips (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1915)

 The World War: chapter V – daring deeds in winter warfare (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1915)

 The World War: chapter VI – Britain's Imperial unity (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1915)

 The World War: chapter VII – round about Ypres (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1915)

Other references

The World War: chapter X -- forging ahead all round (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1915)

Tyler's topical slides: series 11 (news: Walter Tyler, 20 slides, 27 March 1909)

Die Weltstadt Paris (lecture: Projektion für Alle, 24 slides, 1900-1906)

Der Friedensvertrag von Versailles (lecture: Projektion für Alle, 24 slides, in/after 1919)

Complete Catalogue of Photographs for the Optical Lantern: Part 6 (London: J.H. Steward, n.d.)

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