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Victor Fournel (1829–1894)

Fournel, François Victor (för-nel’). A writer on the antiquities and curiosities of Paris; born near Varennes, Feb. 8, 1829; died in 1894. Among his writings are: ‘What One Sees in the Streets of Paris’ (1854); ‘Theatrical Curiosities’ (1859); ‘Pictures of Old Paris’ (1863); ‘Paris and its Ruins in 1871’ (1874); ‘Paris Cries’ (1886). He also wrote: ‘The Contemporaries of Molière’ (1863); ‘To the Sun Lands,’ sketches of travel (1883); ‘Contemporary French Artists.’