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les infos de La Bignole

20  24 avril 1924  ..


L'Oeuvre

 Page une - Quand on est mort c'est pour longtemps... L'histoire du combattant qui découvre sa tombe dans un cimetière du front...

Page one - When you are dead it is for a long time... The story of the fighter who discovers his grave in a front cemetery...

 Page deux - Les femmes peuvent être « commissaires-priseurs » dès aujourd'hui. C'est un nouveau point que marque le féminisme. 

Page two - Women can be “auctioneers” today. This is a new point that feminism marks.

Même page  un peu plus loin - Est-ce un métier pour les femmes ? Interroge-t-on

Same page a little further on - Is this a job for women? Do we ask

Toujours page deux - il y a juste un siècle que la maison dite «de François-Ier» fut reconstruite.

maison de François Ier

Still on page two - it is just a century since the so-called “François I” house was rebuilt.

François Ier houseThe François I house is a former private mansion located in Paris, at the corner of Cours la Reine and Rue Bayard, which gave its name to the district. In neo-Renaissance style, it presented, on the river side, a real 16th century facade, coming from Moret-sur-Loing, where it had been purchased and dismantled before being reassembled in Paris.

Colonel Brack, lover of the actress Miss Mars (1779-1847), had bought for 2,000 francs the facade of a Renaissance house that he had found in the courtyard of a cooper in Moret-sur-Loing. Salamanders decorating the doors led to it being mistaken for the house built by François I for the Duchess of Étampes, while the beauty of the sculptures led to them being attributed to Jean Goujon.

The colonel had it transported stone by stone and adapted to a neo-Renaissance style house that the architect Jean Marie Dieudonné Biet built in 1823-1825 at the corner of Cours la Reine and rue Bayard. The sponsor was interested in a company called Société des Champs-Élysées which proposed to subdivide, build and promote the land located between Cours la Reine, Allée d'Antin (Avenue Franklin-D.-Roosevelt) and the Allée des Veuves (Avenue Montaigne), for which the spectacular François 1er house was intended to serve as an advertisement.

But the land was slow to be built. The François 1er house remained uninhabited and Colonel Brack and Miss Mars had to put it up for sale in 1829. It was only acquired in 1840 by a notary, Me Février. The house had various occupants and was, on November 7, listed as a historic monument.

Despite this, it was destroyed in 1956 to build an office building in its place. The Renaissance facade then returned to Moret-sur-Loing, where it was reassembled at the back of the town hall where it still stands. The premises then gave way to a modern building in the 1950s. This building housed the headquarters of the M6 group from 1987 to 1997, today located in the suburb near Paris in Neuilly-sur-Seine. Today, IP France, RTL's advertising agency, occupies the premises.
 

 Page cinq - retournons au féminisme : la nationalité des femmes mariées. Une chronique de Maria Vérone

Page five - let's return to feminism : the nationality of married women. A Chronicle of Maria Vérone

Même page - Leur chère santé ; une réponse à l'article de la page deux et à l'interrogation : est-ce bien une profession féminine ?

Same page - Their dear health; a response to the article on page two and to the question: is it really a female profession ?


Journal des débats

 Page une - Le président Coolidge : un important discours prononcé hier au déjeuner annuel de l'Associated Press

Page One - President Coolidge: An Important Speech Delivered Yesterday at the Associated Press Annual Luncheon


La Presse

 Page une - Réflexion du soir : la collaboration Américaine, un commentaire sur le discours du président Coolidge

Page one - Evening reflection: American collaboration, a commentary on President Coolidge's speech

Même page - Le pacifisme ambigu des Soviets. Ils disent leur Amour de la Paix et menacent la Roumanie

Same page - The ambiguous pacifism of the Soviets. They express their Love of Peace and threaten Romania

Toujours page une - Les Manifestants indésirables. M. Roéland demande aux communistes de ne plus endommager son quartier.

Still page one - Unwanted Protesters. Mr. Roéland asks the communists not to damage his neighborhood anymore.

 Page deux - Les "Richesses" des Pauvres,  à qui doivent-elles revenir ?

Page two - The “Wealths” of the Poor, to whom should they go?


Le Petit Parisien

 Page une - les pégriots et Biribi : un article d'Albert Londres sur les dangereux sévices que s'infligent eux-mêmes les condamnés envoyé en Afrique du Nord. Avec la,photographie d'une surprenante fresque réalisée sur le,mur d'une chambrée par un détenu

Page one - the pegriots and Biribi: an article by Albert Londres on the dangerous self-inflicted abuses of convicts sent to North Africa. With the photograph of a surprising fresco created on the wall of a room by an inmate

 Page quatre - Trop de bureaux, crise du logement. Un sujet qui dure, perdure et est constamment d'actualité.

Page four - Too many offices, housing crisis. A subject that lasts, continues and is constantly relevant.

Excelsior

P Excelsior 19240424 Page 02 02 2Pour clore cette revue de presse, page deux - Réflexions sur la vie, pensées choisies de Remy de Gourmont. Bonne méditation

Remy de Gourmont

To close this press review, page two - Reflections on life, selected thoughts of Remy de Gourmont. Good meditation

Rémy de Gourmont


20 avril 1924