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Louis de Crussol d'Uzes

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Louis de Crussol d'Uzes (1871-1943) aka Duke of Uzes

1904 UZES, Duke d', 76, Rue de Courcelles, Paris. Car: 60-h.p. Mors. Is an enthusiastic motorist and balloonist. Is of ancient lineage, his family having for centuries held a prominent place in the history of France.

1904 UZES, the Duchess d', 76, Rue de Courcelles, Paris. Cars: 60-h.p. Mors, etc. Is the leader of young Parisian society. Is a lover of all kinds of outdoor exercise, and a pronounced sportswoman. Absolutely frank, loyal, and handsome, her manners and exquisite courtesy are those of the first Duchess of France. Both the Duchess and her husband are enthusiastic motorists, and possess a large motor-car stud. The Duchess's favourite hobby is ballooning. She makes frequent ascents with her husband.


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