I found a lovely scarf, perhaps purchased in Paris as a souvenir, with the Eiffel Tower and other French landmarks prominently featured:
This gorgeous book has 275 pages and was published in 2008, an updated version of the original "Insider's Paris", published in 2003 and authored by Jean Demachy and Francois Baudot.
I paid twenty-five cents for mine:
I had actually tried in vain to sell it with the vintage photograph intact because the frame is such an unusual size that I didn't know what would ever work as a replacement. It sat in the shop for a good long while.
It seems nobody wanted my frame with the unknown gentleman inside.
Luckily for me, the sheet music back at that time was made in a smaller format to conserve paper for the war efforts, and when I copied it I was tickled to find that it was a perfect fit.
Now, with the Eiffel Tower and also a Black Americana theme (by the way, the words to this particular song are most certainly NOT politically correct), maybe I will be able to sell it now.
And I have just one more find to share - this vintage copy of "Hugo's French Simplified", also with the Eiffel tower on the cover:
(Say those last four words five times real fast - you may find it's easier to start learning French!)