The Renaissance of Northern France

The Renaissance of Northern France

The French Revolution and World War I had ravaged the Château de Blérancourt, above, yet Anne Morgan purchased it to use as the base for her community repair efforts. She later restored and donated the structure to the French government. In 1931, it opened as a museum celebrating the enduring friendship between the United States and France.

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