Faire revivre la photographie aérienne du XXème

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Work for the safeguard of the heritage and participate in the digitization of the photographic collection of Antoine Poidebard (1878 - 1955), a Jesuit father pioneer of aerial photography and archeology with an extraordinary personality.
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Pierre Charmetant
over 1 year ago
Initiative intéressante!
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Pascal Maguesyan
over 1 year ago
Félicitations à l'Œuvre d'Orient pour cet indispensable projet de numérisation du patrimoine archéo-photographique d'Antoine Poidebard. Bravo à Levon Nordiguian pour avoir su maintenir vivant cet héritage. L'œuvre numérisée d'Antoine Poidebard sera-t-elle visible dans les collections d'une grande bibliothèque nationale ? Bonne continuation Pascal Maguesyan
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Xavier Guezou
over 1 year ago
Avec tous mes encouragements pour l'ensemble de vos actions.
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Pierre-Louis Gatier
over 1 year ago
En soutien à la photothèque de l'USJ
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Raynald Chancé
over 1 year ago
Et que vivent nos frères chrétiens en Orient !
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Fabrice Denise
over 1 year ago
Directeur du musée d'Histoire de Marseille, ayant eu le bonheur en 2004 d’étudier et de publier une partie de ce fonds Poidebard avec Lévon Nordiguian.
Anonymous
over 1 year ago
Le père Poidebard était à la fois courageux et curieux, son œuvre constitue un trésor scientifique, il est très heureux que cette initiative permette d'en assurer la pérennité.
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Jean-Marie Pourtois
over 1 year ago
...en espérant qu'en regardant de haut en bas , on verra plus clair que de bas en haut !
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Anne Baud
over 1 year ago
Bravo à cette très belle initiative qui profitera à beaucoup !

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