The Urquharts' chalet near Geneva

The Urquharts' chalet near Geneva
< Photo: David Urquhart / Gertrude Robinson (Oxford : Blackwell, 1920)

The Chalet des Mélèzes, just south of Geneva, in 1900.

The chalet was built by Urquhart in 1864 when he moved to Switzerland in search of better health. The Turkish bath can be seen to the right. 

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