Louis-Auguste Blanqui (1805-1881)

Louis-Auguste Blanqui (1805-1881)

division 91 - French politician. Effigy (1885) of Blanqui in death seems to accentuate the power he had while alive.

Sculptor: Jules Dalou.

Avenue Carette.

Louis-Philippe Brandin (1832-1892)

Louis-Philippe Brandin (1832-1892)

divisision 91 - Bust (1893).

Sculptor: Maximillien Hiolle.

Émile Eudes (1843-1888)

Émile Eudes (1843-1888)

division 91 - Bust (1893).

Sculptor: Tony Noël (35).

Avenue Transversale no. 2

Adélaïde Augustine Baduel Hiolle (1849-1893)

Adélaïde Augustine Baduel Hiolle (1849-1893)

division 91 - Statue of a winged, veiled woman with her eyes cast down, standing in front of a broken column, with flowers in her left hand and a torch has just fallen to the ground from her right.

Sculptor: Maximillien Hiolle.

Frédéric Koch (1830-1890)

Frédéric Koch (1830-1890)

division 91 - French general. Medallion of Christ’s death mask.

Sculptor: unknown.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin

Jules Laffitte (1830-1902)

Jules Laffitte (1830-1902)

division 91 - French inventor. Medallion of Jules and a bronze anvil.

Sculptor: unknown.

Jules Laffitte (1830-1902)

Jules Laffitte (1830-1902)

division 91 - French inventor. Medallion of Jules.

Sculptor: unknown.

Martelot

Martelot

division 91 - Bust is of either Arsène Rochet madame Martelot (1839-1913) or Marie Martelot (1857-1901).

Sculptor: unknown.

Mercedes Nuñez (d. 1890)

Mercedes Nuñez (d. 1890)

division 91- Statue of a winged angel standing on a cloud.

Sculptor: unknown

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin

Léon Théry (1879-1909)

Léon Théry (1879-1909)

division 91 - French racecar driver. Statue of Léon forever at the wheel with his racing helmet on and a radiator grill behind him.

Sculptor: Marc Robert.

Augusta Tranchant (1887-1889)

Augusta Tranchant (1887-1889)

division 91 - Demironde of a young child.

Sculptor: Emile-Louis Macé.

Jean-Baptiste Virolet (1821-1891)

Jean-Baptiste Virolet (1821-1891)

division 91 - Medallion.

Sculptor: unknown.

Whitcomb-Vion

Whitcomb-Vion

division 91 - Adolphus Carter Whitcomb (1827-1888) and the widow Félicité -Denise Lesueur Vion (1818-1891). Family chapel consists of a medallion of a male figure, presumably Adolphus as well as a life-size statue of a woman looking to her right and raising her right hand offering a flower to the man in the medallion. In addition, there is a stained glass window at the rear of the chapel that represents the flag of the United States.

Sculptor: unknown.

Avenue Aguado.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin.