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Hen Farm Belonging to Helena Paderewska [Riond-Bosson near Morges in Switzerland]

ed. J. Regamey, Morgesca 1908

The National Museum in Warsaw

The National Museum in Warsaw
Warsaw, Poland

The Swiss Riond Bosson estate housed a large farm of pure-breed hens established by Helena Paderewska, who was a member of the poultry breeders’ association in Switzerland, France, Belgium and England. The musician’s wife liked to present her hens at various exhibitions, where she often received distinctions and awards. Her greatest achievement in that respect was the medal of “Chevalier of the Mérite Agricole,” a prestigious decoration awarded by the French Ministry of Agriculture.

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  • Title: Hen Farm Belonging to Helena Paderewska [Riond-Bosson near Morges in Switzerland]
  • Creator: ed. J. Regamey, Morges
  • Date Created: ca 1908
  • Location: Riond-Bosson, Switzerland
  • Provenance: donation of Jadwiga and Jan Nowak-Jeziorański to the Ignacy Jan Paderewski Museum of Polish Emigration in America, a division of the National Museum in Warsaw in 1992
  • Type: photography
  • Medium: postcard, print on paper

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