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Paris-Rome. Beaumont le gagnant sur monoplan Bleriot, moteur Gnome, magneto Bosch 2
 

 

 

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Description Paris–Rome. Beaumont le gagnant sur monoplan Blériot, moteur Gnome, magneto Bosch. (Beaumont the winner in Bleriot monoplane, Gnome engine, Bosch magneto.) Pochoir shows bird's-eye view of Beaumont's plane arriving in Rome during the Paris–Rome air race.
Date 1911(1911)
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US-LibraryOfCongress-BookLogo.svg This image is available from the United States Library of Congress's Prints and Photographs division under the digital ID ppmsca.13555.
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Author Marguerite Montaut (aka Gamy). Print by Mabileau & Co., Paris, France. Note that it was not discovered until recently that "Gamy" was a pseudonym for Mme. Montaut.
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