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Panajou Frères, photographers of Bordeaux; French woodyard; plywood]

Published by Twenty of the prints by Panajou Frères Bordeaux. s? Others from the 1940s? (1920)

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From: Richard M. Ford Ltd (London, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: Twenty of the prints by Panajou Frères Bordeaux. s? Others from the 1940s?, 1920. The first 40 prints in good condition, and the last three lightly-aged and fair. Each of the 20 Panajou Frères prints (19 landscape and 1 portrait) is mounted on a 24 x 30 cm piece of grey card, blindstamped with the circular monogramme of 'PANAJOU FRES | BORDEAUX'. Depicting an extensive concern, with the outside of a large plant by a country river, and every stage in the production of plywood from log to storage in the factory. A second group of 20 prints (15 landscape and 5 portrait) are unmounted, and measure 18 x 24cm. They also show the various stages of production, in a more modern factory with railway track and tall chimney with 'DEGDENE' in large letters down its length. The workers depicted in this set of prints are exclusively male. Two of the last three prints (all 18 x 23cm), by Foto Roos of Helsinki, show a forest of tropical trees, both before and after logging. The last print shows logs being sent downriver, with the caption 'Arrivée d'un radeau à la Compagnie Africaine de Placage, Port-Gentil.' Also included are two long (29 x 16cm) black and white images of religious illustration on wood panelling, apparently in a 1950s style. Seller Inventory # 12100

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