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  • Stacy F

    The Statue of Liberty under construction. These photographs, recently put on display at the New York Public Library, document the statue's construction during her years in Paris between 1877 and 1885.

  • Nanon Family

    Actuellement sur l'affichage à la Bibliothèque publique de New York ces remarquables photographies montrent Lady Liberty être construits et exposé à Paris 1877-1885. La sculpture emblématique, conçu par Frédéric Bartholdi, a été consacrée au peuple américain en l'honneur de leur indépendance en 1886

  • Shachineuse Le Shachineur

    The Statue of Liberty in #Paris, 1887. Ready for shipment to the United States. #photo historique avant embarquement

  • Cierra Stempeck

    The Statue of Liberty in Paris, 1887. Ready for shipment to the United States. Want to go to New York and Paris :)

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