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English: Photograph taken in front of the entrance to the BIPM, c. 1904. From left to right:
  • Charles Édouard Guillaume (then Deputy Director of the BIPM, Nobel Prize in Physics 1920);
  • Dr. Tripier (a friend of the Curie family);
  • Maurice Guillaume;
  • Mme Guillaume;
  • Dr. Curie (Pierre Curie's father);
  • Mlle Hélène Dubois (physics teacher at Sèvres);
  • Pierre Curie (Nobel Prize in Physics 1903);
  • Marie Curie (Nobel Prizes in Physics 1903 and Chemistry 1911);
Français : Photographie prise devant l'entrée du BIPM, vers 1904. De gauche à droite :
  • Charles Édouard Guillaume (sous-directeur du BIPM, Prix Nobel de physique 1920) ;
  • Docteur Tripier (un ami de la famille Curie) ;
  • Maurice Guillaume ;
  • Madame Guillaume ;
  • Docteur Curie (père de Pierre Curie) ;
  • Mlle Hélène Dubois (professeur de physique à Sèvres) ;
  • Pierre Curie (Prix Nobel de physique 1903) ;
  • Marie Curie (Prix Nobel de physique 1903 et de chimie 1911).
  • Date circa 1904
    date QS:P,+1904-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
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