Autograph document signed : [Paris], to Napoleon, [ca. 1802].


Autograph document signed : [Paris], to Napoleon, [ca. 1802].

Informing Napoleon about three architectural projects planned in honor of the French government: the "Temple de l'Immortalité," "Pantheon," and an unidentified thir project.

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