Jules Charbneau with pieces from his collection of miniatures, Los Angeles, 1934
- Jules Charbneau with pieces from his collection of miniatures, Los Angeles, 1934
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- February 19, 1934
- Los Angeles Times
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Charbneau has traveled the world three times and now owns more than 300 objects in his collection of miniatures, some of which are a one-thousandth-of-a-watt electric light bulb and a seed containing thirty-three carved elephants.
Photograph appears with the headline, "He Seeks Out Tiniest of Curios," Los Angeles Times, 19 Feb 1934: A2.
On a white napkin placed in front of him are several of Charbneau's tiny objects. In one hand he holds a rifle that is only slightly longer than his finger. There are several other objects including a little glass jar and some tiny animal figurines of a cat and some mice.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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