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Published on Jan 6, 2013
Hotel de Paris Museum's collection of convertible furniture is a perennial favorite of visitors to the site. With a history steeped in Napoleon Bonaparte's French Campaign in the Orient, and later adapted to the needs of railroads in the United States (as well as the style-conscious American middle class), it is no wonder proprietor Louis Dupuy furnished his world-famous hotel with these clever and inventive objects.