Bartholdi (b. 1834)

Bartholdi, a French sculptor, born at Colmar; his principal works, “Lion le Belfort,” and “Liberté éclairant le Monde,” the largest bronze statue in the world, being 150 ft. high, erected at the entrance of New York harbour; (b. 1834).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Barthez, Paul Joseph * Bartholomew, St.
Barrow-in-Furness
Barry, James
Barry, Sir Charles
Barry Cornwall
Bart
Barth, Heinrich
Barthélemy, Auguste-Marseille
Barthélemy, The Abbé, Jean Jacques
Barthélemy Saint-Hilaire, Jules
Barthez, Paul Joseph
Bartholdi
Bartholomew, St.
Bartholomew Fair
Bartholomew Hospital
Bartholomew's Day, St.
Bartizan
Bartlett, John H.
Bartoli, Daniele
Bartoli, Pietro
Bartolini, Lorenzo
Bartolomme`o, Fra