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A railway employee (?) wheels away the dismembered body of a man killed in a railway accident; he converses with a physician. Process print after J-A. Faivre, 1902.

Faivre, Abel, 1867-1945.
Date
22 March 1902

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view A railway employee (?) wheels away the dismembered body of a man killed in a railway accident; he converses with a physician. Process print after J-A. Faivre, 1902.

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Publication/Creation

Paris (9, rue Sainte-Anne) : Schwarz, 22 March 1902 (9, rue Sainte-Anne : Schwarz)

Physical description

1 print : process print

Lettering

L'assiette au beurre. -Et vos blessés, docteur ... ils se soignent tout seuls? -Il n'y a pas de blessés, monsieur, tout le monde est mort! Abel Faivre

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 17096i

Languages

  • French



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