'The Lodging of Bonaparte at Valence', 1896. 'The house, which was kept by Mlle. Bou, is the four-stor[e]y building with heart-shaped tavern-sign to the left of the picture. The building to the right (now known as the Maison des Têtes) was the printing-house and reading-room much frequented by Bonaparte in 1791 when writing his competitive essay for the Lyons Academy'. Engraving after 'an old lithograph'. From Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, Volume I, by William Milligan Sloane. [The Century Co., New York, 1896]
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