Les Français ont été présents à San Francisco depuis ses origines. Ils ont accompagné la croissance de la ville. Ils lui ont apporté leur art de vivre, à travers la nourriture, les modes, les arts, et ils ont contribué par leur activité et leurs dons à la développer et à l’embellir.
Une collection sans pareille d’impressionnistes, une statue de Jeanne d’arc, un musée Rodin : un petit air de Paris ? Non, de Philadelphie !
The Huguenot who seems to have disappeared and left no trace behind him, proves on careful investigation to have made a mighty impress upon our national history
Attorney General Bonaparte created a small force of detectives for the Department of Justice (DOJ); this was the predecessor of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
Architect George Applegarth was chosen to design this three-quarter-scale adaptation of the eighteenth-century Parisian original
The Mall in Washington, DC, has been a vital emblem of national spirit and ideals ever since Major Pierre Charles L'Enfant first envisioned it over 200 years ago
A century would pass before L’Enfant would be given credit for his brilliant design.
Today's Washington, D.C. owes much of its unique design to Pierre Charles L'Enfant
The St. Louis Cathedral is one of New Orleans' most notable landmarks. Few cities in the world are so identified by a building as is New Orleans.
The National Mall in Washington, DC, is the legacy of two brilliant visionary plans: the 1791 L’Enfant Plan and the 1901-1902 McMillan Commission Plan.
Le président Washington le désigne pour concevoir la nouvelle capitale dont se dote la toute jeune fédération des États-Unis.
Decades later, his buildings remain admired, enjoyed and — most important — cared for. At least 10 of them are on the National Register
This book presents a comprehensive overview of the seminal early work of a century of American architects who studied at the famous school before going on to design and build many of the nation’s most important buildings and monuments.
Creative minds from France made their mark on Philadelphia with the realization of our grand boulevard, the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Jacques Nicolas Bussière de Pouilly was one of New Orleans’s most celebrated antebellum architects. Born in a village southeast of Paris