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A real bibliophile's book, this: an elegant pocket-sized volume of black-and-white photos of France's premier landmark taken between the 1930s, when Hervé embarked on his career and lifelong obsession with the Eiffel Tower, and his retirement in the 1990s.The grainy shots are accompanied by architectural historian Barry Bergdoll's essay telling ...
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