Papeterie Darblay, Essonne, Ile de France: mechanized, shaft-driven paper-making machines attended by workmen. Wood engraving by H. Linton, 1859, after E. Bourdelin.
- Bourdelin, Emile.
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The Papeterie d'Essonne, founded n Essonne, Ile de France, by Auguste-Rodolphe Darblay (1784-1873) et Aymé-Stanislas Darblay (1794-1878). These two machines were given the nicknames Amédée and Auguste. The firm was called Papeterie Darblay. One of the workmen is having a break
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La papeterie d'Essonne, les machines Amédée et Auguste. Bourdelin. del. ; H. Linton sc.
Wellcome Library no. 40502i
Linton lived in Paris 1844-1851