Photo ArchiveParis in the nineteenth century photo archive of 9 albumen prints on original photographer's cardstock with thin red borders. C. 1880s. Cabinet size 6.5" x 4.25" inches. The photographs were issued by "BTE Guerard" a photography and estampe publisher located at "204 Rue de Rivoli" by "Au Jardin des Tuileries" with his label on the verso of each photo Vintage sepia photos of famous Parisian landmarks including the Le Boulevard Saint-Martin, the Arc of Triomphe, the opera, the place de la Concord, Saint Germain and the Madeline on Rue Royale. Some of the images show Paris streets before the automobiles with multiple horse-drawn carriages and Parisians in nineteenth century clothing. One other image shows a panoramic view of famous Paris bridges on the Seine with the Notre Dame in the background. A look back through time at the famous streets and monuments of Paris. Interestingly, the architecture remains the same to date, but the streets have grown crowded and the carriages replaced with cars. Images are sharp with good contrast. All cabinet cards in very good condition.