A little boy watches a jazz band from the shoulders of his father.
Archive for July, 2017
Our own Monique Y. Wells (first row, second from left) poses with a group from the University of Tennessee Knoxville just before setting out on our “Beauford Delaney’s Montparnasse” walk yesterday. A good time was had by all!
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The Café Tournon – One of the Highlights of our “Black History in and around the Luxembourg Garden” WalkFriday, July 28th, 2017
L. Lamar Wilson from Tuscaloosa, Alabama poses in front of the Café Tournon just before entering to have lunch there. He took our “Black History in and around the Luxembourg Garden” walking tour and was intrigued by the story about African-American writers, artists, and musicians who frequented the café in the 1950s.
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Spotted on rue Lhomond in the 5th arrondissement. – Could this be the narrowest apartment in #Paris?
Notre Dame Cathedral Viewed from Quai de la Tournelle
A man reads a book while waiting for the bus.
Raymond and Tamella Trapp pose with our own Monique Y. Wells in front of the obelisk at place de la Concorde. Monique led the Trapps and their friends (not pictured) on our black history tour called “On the Grandest of Avenues” yesterday. Mr. and Mrs Trapp came to Paris to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary.
A good time was had by all!
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