Aline Mo Léquère / Bouillon Bombli
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Jo Bouillon (born Joseph Bouillon; 3 May 1908, Montpellier – 9 July 1984, Buenos Aires) was a French composer, conductor and violinist. Joséphine Baker's fourth husband, he enjoyed great notoriety in the 1950s. Bouillon's father and his brother Gabriel were musicologists, respectively in Montpellier and Paris. From 1936 to 1947, he directed the "Jo Bouillon et son orchestre" ensemble then devoted himself to accompanying Joséphine Baker.
Edme-Jean Baptiste Bouillon-Lagrange (12 July 1764, Paris – 23 August 1844) was a French chemist and pharmacist. He was a professor of chemistry at the Ecole de pharmacie of Paris, later serving as director of the school. He was owner of a pharmacy on Rue Saint-Martin in Paris. Subsequently, he became an instructor at the Ecole de pharmacie in Paris.
The Duchy of Bouillon (French: Duché de Bouillon) was a duchy comprising Bouillon and adjacent towns and villages in present-day Belgium. It existed from the 10th century until 1795, when, after centuries as a sovereign state, it was annexed by France. It was ruled by the Dukes of Bouillon. The state originated in the 10th century as property of the Lords of Bouillon, owners of Bouillon Castle
Welcome to Bouillon Racine, famous bouillon (ancestor of Parisian brasseries) in a stunning Art Nouveau décor created by the Chartier brothers in between Quartier Latin, Odeon and Saint Michel.