Paris-Burford Rough Riders in front of Roller Mills
- Media Type
- Item Type
- This photograph depicts the Paris-Burford Rough Riders, a common feature of many Parisian parades in the 19th century. They are standing in front of the Roller Mills, which is most famous for being the starting location of the great fire of 1900.
This photograph was scanned from a faded copy, and has been contrast-enhanced for viewing; the original version is also available.
This image was printed on the thirty-fourth page of photographs in At the Forks of the Grand: Volume II by D. A. Smith.
- (On original matting)
In front of Meldrum's mill, where the great fire broke out in 1900.
- Date of Original
- [before 1900]
Width: 18.5 cm
Height: 11 cm
- Local identifier
- 2009.0062.01, Page 42, Photo 1
- D.A. Smith Photograph Collection
- Language of Item
- Geographic Coverage
Latitude: 43.2 Longitude: -80.38333
- Recommended Citation
- Paris-Burford Rough Riders in front of Roller Mills, [before 1900], D.A. Smith Photograph Collection, 2009.0062.01, Page 42, Photo 1, Paris Museum and Historical Society
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