A series of photographs of the Pathé factory in Chatou, in the West suburb of Paris, in 1907. Taken from a report published in French journal La Nature in 1907. Source: Conservatoire numérique du CNAM
In the early 1930's, the French edition of Vogue included a column on newly published records featuring great illustrations by Swiss and French artists Herbert Libiszewski, aka Libis (1897-1985) and Raymond de Lavererie (1901-1956). Here is a small selection. Source: Gallica. November 1931 - http://c.bnf.fr/fMv May 1930 - http://c.bnf.fr/fMH June 1933 - http://c.bnf.fr/fME June 1930 - … Continue reading Gorgeous illustrations from the 1930’s issues of French Vogue
Here is a video made by the French National Library (BnF) where I talk about Gallica's sound collections, Malagasy 78rpm records and my mapping project Disquaires de Paris... Check also this interview published on Gallica's blog.
As part of the 2015 European Heritage Days, the French Huffington Post invited the team of the BnF's digital library Gallica to become a one-day community manager. For this occasion, several "Gallicanautes" (these intensive users of Gallica sharing their finds online) were invited to publish an article about a document of their choice. I chose to write … Continue reading Sound heritage and Azeri folk music: a guest contribution in the French Huffington Post