Hotel Caravelle place Law-Son, rue Tu Do Saigon

Pan Am makes the going great...Saïgon



Vietnamiennes sur un Velosolex Saïgon

La Semaine Saïgon

Rue Catinat en 1946

Colette et son velosolex devant le Cafe Givral Saïgon

Vue sur Sagon depuis l'htel Caravelle

La rivière Saïgon

Hotel Continental Saïgon

Sagon Photo

Cinema Van Cam

jeunes sagonnaises

Societé Indochinoise de Transports Saigon

La sortie de la messe le dimanche 16 octobre 1948

Boulevard Charner Sagon

Htel Majestic

Gendarmes dans la rue Catinat Saïgon Août 1951

Garage Jean Comte 34 Boulevard Norodom Saïgon

Jeunes filles dans un taxi Lambretta de Saïgon

Femmes Vietnamiennes devant le Garage Charner Saïgon

Rivoire et Carret Saigon

Le Café "Pointe des Blagueurs Saigon

La semaine a Sagon en 1961

Saigon-Phnom-Penh en 1953

Societé Indochinoise de Transports Saigon

Mobylettes bleue Sagon

La Pagode Saïgon

Le Jardin d'enfants de la Rue Catinat

Autobus Cosara de Saïgon en 1953

Renault 10 Vietnam Cong Ty Saïgon

Le marchand de glaces Ple Nord  Sagon

Bière 33 Brasseries et Glacières d'Indochine

Peugeot 403 Bach

Compagnie Aviation-SITA

Dynard Panhard Saïgon

Etablissements Hong Phát Saigon

Comptoirs Generaux Indochine

Air Vietnam Saïgon

Pont Arc en Ciel et arroyo chinois

Rue de Sagon

Agence Havas Saigon

La terrase d'un café de Saïgon

Rue Tu Do-Catinat Saïgon

Societé Indochinoise de Transports Saigon

Cady Motobecane Saigon

Clinique du Cheveu Saigon

Messageries Maritimes

Peugeot 403 Break

Hotel Catinat Saigon

La Cathedrale Notre Dame Saigon

Marins Français rue Catinat Saigon Indochine

Taxi Renault 4 CV de Sagon

Les Bonnes Adresses de Saigon

Asianis le Pastis de Sagon

Etablissements Olympic Saigon

Gendarmes Saigon Indochine

Camion Renault Saïgon

Indochine Sud Est Asiatique Saigon



Le Maréchal Foch à quai des Messageries Maritimes de Saïgon

Soldat français en scooter Vespa Saigon septembre 1953

Vendeur de journaux dans la rue Catinat Saigon 1950

Vue arienne sur Sagon

Pharmacie Nguyen-Van-Cao Saïgon

Arrêt des autobus Boulevard de la Somme à Saïgon en 1946

Camionnette Renault avec une saïgonnaise

Biere Larue Vietnam

Autobus Cosara de Saïgon en 1953

Etablisements Marthe Gaschot Saïgon

La Pagode Saïgon

Etablissement Lucien Berthet Catinat Saïgon

Le Docteur Irwin S. Leinbach devant son Ambulance Peugeot de l'Hôpital Cho-Ray de Saïgon

Peugeot 203

Velosolex & Vespa Saïgon

Palace Hotel Saïgon

Indochine Sud Est Asiatique Saigon

Saigon black market

Vendeuse dans une ruelle de Saïgon

La semaine à Saïgon-Aout 69

Hin Anh Vietnam

Solex Famililal à Saïgon

Savon Vietnam Saigon

Indochine Sud-Est Asiatique 1954

Opticien Michaux Saigon

Hôtel de Ville Saïgon  Ford Vedette Citroën Traction

Foyer du Soldat et du Marin Saigon

Etablissement Lucien Berthet Catinat Saïgon

Manifestation dans Saïgon

Savon Vietnam Saigon

Sud Est Asiatique Indochine

Cigarettes Cotab Cholon

Solex Famililal à Saïgon

Centre ville de Saïgon

Location voitures Saigon

Peugeot 404 devant le Thtre

Taxi Renault 4cv Saïgon

Vue sur Sagon depuis l'htel Caravelle

Banque Indochine Saigon

Manifestation dans Saïgon

Manifestation dans Saïgon

Madame Poizat devant le Continental Palace Saigon

Gendarmes dans la rue Catinat Saïgon Août 1951

publicit Coca-Cola Saïgon

Taxis Renault 4 cv Saïgon

Ford Vedette Saïgon

Velosolex et Cyclo-Pousse Saigon

Air Vietnam Saigon

Semaine de Saïgon 1967

Rue Tu Do Saigon

Soldats Armée Air Saïgon 1951

Librairie Albert Portail

Solex Mobylettes Sachs Saigon

Htel Majestic Sagon

Imprimeries et Librairies Indochinoises Saïgon

Enfants dans la rue Catinat

Le velosolex au Vietnam

Hôtel Saigon-Palace

Hotel Rex, Renault 4 CV, Velosolex, Traction Citroën Saigon 1966

Jeune Fille de Saïgon

Groupe Scolaire Jaureguiberry

Compagnie Aviation-SITA

Taxi Cyclomoteur Saïgon

Autoradio Philips Saigon

Cercle Sportif de Saïgon

Cathedrale Notre Dame Saigon

Femmes Vietnamiennes devant le Garage Charner Saïgon

Catinat cine Saïgon

Renault Dauphine Mobylettes

Indochine Sud-Est Asiatique 1953

Cady Motobecane Saigon

Saigon-Phnom-Penh en 1953

Peugeot 203 Saigon

Ford Vedette Saïgon

Societ des Imprimeries et Librairies Indochichoises Saigon

Chaussures Bata Saigon

Societé Indochinoise de Transports Saigon

Cathedrale Notre Dame Saïgon

Port de Saïgon en 1952

Souvenir de Sagon

Tân Dinh Church Saigon

Plan de Saigon

Etablissements Jean Comte Sagon

College Chasseloup Laubat

Le Monuments des Soldats détruit en 1975

Asianis le Pastis de Sagon

Halles Centrales de Saïgon

Depuis le café de la "Pointe des Blagueurs" la station maritime Mobil

Ancien Établissements Eiffel Saigon

Madame Poizat devant le Continental Palace Saigon

Une Renault Dauphine dans une rue de Saïgon

Voitures à Saïgon en 1961

Compagnie Aviation-SITA

Vendeuse dans les rues de Saïgon

Saïgon in 1973

jeunes sagonnaises

Le Café "Pointe des Blagueurs

Air Vietnam Saigon Paris

Cathedrale Notre Dame Saigon

Sipeo Kodak Saigon

Autobus Cosara de Saïgon en 1953

Lyne Fleurs Saigon

Marchand de journaux de la librairie Portail Saîgon

Souvenirs de la rue Catinat Saïgon

Couple Français devant le Café Le Givral Saïgon

Peugeot 203 Publicité Jean Comte Saigon

Cyclomoteur-Taxi Sagon

Bastos la cigarette de qualité

Souvenirs de la rue Catinat Saïgon

La Semaine à Saigon novembre 1974

Autobus Cosara de Saïgon en 1953

Arroyo chinois de  Saïgon

Saïgon in 1973

Charcutier Au Petit Saint-Antoine Sagon

Asianis le Pastis de Sagon

Cigarettes Mic Extra Cholon

La sortie de la messe le dimanche 16 octobre 1948

Jeune Garçon de Saïgon

Jeunes filles saigonnaises

Saigonnaises sur les trottoirs de Saïgon

Boulevard Charner au fond l'Hôtel de Ville de Saïgon

Marins Français rue Catinat Saigon 1955

Savon Viet-nam

Savon Vietnam

La semaine a Sagon en 1961

En Solex 2200 à Saïgon

Gendarmes dans la rue Catinat Saïgon Août 1951

Cigarettes Nationales Saigon

Taxi Peugeot 202 Saïgon

Plan de Saigon

Les cyclomoteurs sur le boulevard Bonard Saigon

Vue arienne sur Sagon

Femmes devant le magasin de Lucien Berthet Saïgon en 1953

Cigarettes Cotab Cholon

Cigarettes Nationales

Un enfant sur un cyclo-moteur

Camionnette Renault avec une saïgonnaise

Biere 33 Export 33

La Pagode Saïgon

Indochine Sud Est Asiatique Saigon

La Cathédrale Notre Dame Saigon

Pachod Frères Indochine

Peugeot 404 devant le Thtre

Bière 33 Saigon

Aigle Azur Indochine

Velosolex et Camion Citroen Saigon

Jeune Vietnamienne

Sagonnaises sur un pont sur le Mkong

Antiquaire La Perle Saïgon

La semaine a Sagon en 1961

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Saigon Harbour
Map in 1955

Plan du port de Saïgon en 1955

Saigon Harbor
Bến tàu Sai Gòn

Le port de Saïgon en 1954

From left to right, the Bank of Indochina, Joker’s Point, the Francis Garnier Barracks and the Customs buildings.
© Photo by Xavier Lacrambe, from the collection of J.Y. Brouard.

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Saigon Harbor

Vice-Amiral Théogène François Page

On February 22nd 1860, under Napoleon III, the Port of Saigon was opened to navigation and commerce by Vice-Admiral Théogène François Page (1807-1867), military Governor of Indochina from October 19th 1859 to March 23rd 1860.

Le Chantilly devant le Quai des Messageries Maritimes Vu sur le boulevard Charner et la rue Catinat Saigon Navires le long du quai Le Myre de Villers Saigon Hotel Majestic quai Le Myre de Villers Saigon

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Argonne Docks
Tôn Duc Thang
by Marcelino Truong

Quai de l'Argonne Saigon par Marcelino Truong

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It is made up of three parts:
- The military port:
It is located upstream of the Saigon River between the Avalanche Bridge and the Rigoud de Genouilly (now Mê Linh) roundabout.

Aide alimentaite américaine Saïgon 1954 Aide alimentaite américaine Saïgon 1954

American food aid
© Thanks to René Poizat for these photos from his personal collection.

Arrivée des Harley-Davidson dans le port de Saïgon 1954 Arrivée des Peugeot 203 dans le port de Saïgon 1954 Arrivée des camions GMC dans le port de Saïgon 1954

The arrival of French Army vehicles.

Source : ECPAD

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- The Commercial Port of Saigon:

Port de commerce de Saïgon Départ de Saïgon pour la France

In the left: Entrance and exit of the commercial port of Saigon, in the left on the photo, the Mobile Republican Guard (G.R.M.) station, and on the right, the Customs House.
In the right-hand photo: Leaving for the homeland aboard one of the mixed-service ships of “Chargeurs Réunis” company, the “Cap Touraine”, or the “Cap St. Jacques”.

It extends from the Rigaud de Genouilly roundabout to the Chinese Arroyo with the offices of numerous companies such as the Chargeurs Réunis (S.M.E.O.) located at 15, Myre de Villiers Quay, Denis Brothers of Indochina at 4, Catinat Street (in front of Majestic Hotel), The Coastal Company of Annam, the Saigon Navigation Company...

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The Denis Brothers of Indochina

Le ville de Saïgon de la Compagnie Denis Freres La Compagnie Denis Freres Saïgon

Denis Frères d'Indochine (The Denis Brothers of Indochina)
4, Catinat Street
Saigon
Tel: 20.043 to 20.045
The Compagine Côtière d’Annam (Annam Coastal Company) was established in 1923 by the Denis brothers, and was to link small ports and facilitate exchange between the agricultural Cochinchina, a rice exporter, and Tonkin’s mining regions.
In 1953 the Compagnie de Navigation (Navigation Company) became the Denis Brothers Navigation Company (C.N.D.F.).
In 1954, the Geneva Agreements put an end to the north-south maritime traffic in Vietnam and the Denis Brothers headquarters would move to Paris.

Denis Frères d'Indochine Le cargo mixte Ville de Saïgon

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Compagnie Maritime des Chargeurs Réunis Saïgon Vue génèrale de Saïgon

On the left: Unloading ship.
On the right: The Rigaud de Genouilly Roundabout, the Belgium Dock and the Myre de Villers.

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Le Paquebot La Marseillaise dans le Port de Saïgon en 1952 La musique de la flotte de Saïgon

On the left: the ship, “La Marseillaise” arriving at the Messageries Maritimes dock.
On the right: the Saigon fleet band.

The Messageries Maritimes wharf is located across from Joker’s Point, down from the Chinese Arroyo.

Port Commercial de Saigon 1950 La Pointe des Blagueurs Saigon 1966

On the left: A view or the Myre de Villiers Quay.
On the right: Joker’s Point or the Signal Mast Wharf.

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The Skaubryn

Le MS Skaubryn dans le port de Saïgon Le MS Skaubryn dans le port de Saïgon

The M.S. Skaubryn (of the Norwegian Eikland Company) docked in the port of Saigon. She was launched in October 1950 and sank in March 1958 in the Indian Ocean. She was one of the last ships to pass through the Suez Canal in 1956. She served several times to repatriate the French Expeditionary Corps in the Far-East (C.E.F.E.O.) to Marseille.
© The color slides were taken by Mr. Émile Poizat in 1955.

Saigon Dock

Les quais de Saïgon La rivière Saïgon

On the left: A water color showing the Saigon Harbor docks, by Charles Fouqueray, considered to be the 20th century’s marine painter.
On the right: A view of the Saigon River from the Hotel Majestic.

The Messageries Maritimes (Maritime Transport) Building

Le Chantilly devant le Quai des Messageries Maritimes La Marseillaise devant le Quai des Messageries Maritimes

On the Yser embankment, in the middle of the financial district (Bank of Indochina, Franco-Chinese Bank, Bank of Hong Kong and Shanghai), is located one of the oldest buildings in Saigon, built in 1862 out of red brick. It is that of the Imperial Maritime Transport Company, which became the Messageries Maritimes under the Third Republic.
Ships would travel up the Saigon River to the harbor, 83 Km. (51½ miles) from the sea. The docks and M.M. building were immortalized in Jean-Jacques Annaud's film “L ‘Amant” (The Lover), from the novel by Marguerite Duras.

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The Messageries Martimes

Les Messageries Maritimes in Saigon

The Far-East is the exclusive domain of the Messageries Maritimes. Saigon is the company’s second home-port, from which radiate small-tonnage ships assigned to local lines. They provide service to Haiphong for the north of the country, as well as for the Poulu-Condor islands and their penal colony built in the 1880’s in the image of the one in Cayenne (Guyana).
During the ‘70's the Messageries Maritimes (MM) and the Compagnie Génèrale Transatlantique (CGM) merged to form the Compagnie Générale Maritime (C.G.M.).
3 Jean Eudel Street (in 1955 Trinh Minh now Nguyên Tât Thành)
Saigon
Tel: 20-061
L'appontement des Messageries Maritimes se trouve en face de la Pointe des Blagueurs à proximité de l'arroyo chinois.

Messageries Maritimes

Today the Messageries Maritimes building still stands, on the bank of the Saigon River. It no longer serves passengers, but is now the Ho Chi Minh museum!

Messageries Maritimes Le Maréchal Foch à quai des Messageries Maritimes de Saïgon Messageries Maritimes

Left: Compagnie des Messageries Maritimes (MM) and Transports Aeriens Intercontinentaux (TAI).

The steamship “La Marseillaise” leaving Saigon

Messageries Maritimes La Marseillaise The Messageries Maritimes steamship La Marseillaise in 1949

The Messageries Maritimes steamship "La Marseillaise" leaving Saigon Harbor in november 1949.
© photo by André Mardon from the collection JY Brouard

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La Pointe des Blagueurs
The "Joker's Point"

La Pointe des Blagueurs Saigon The steamship La Marseillaise

On the left: The steamship “La Marseillaise” (ex- Maréchal Pétain) of the Messageries Maritimes Company and in the foreground the terrace of the Joker’s Point Café (watercolor by Albert Brénet).
On the right: La Marseillaise poster from the Messageries Maritimes.

Depuis le café de la La Pointe des Blagueurs Saigon

In front of the Joker’s Point Cafe there were sampans and sea-going junks as well as a Mobil service station.

The "Joker's Point Cafe"
(Café de la Pointe des Blagueurs)

Le départ le long du quai des Messageries Maritimes de Saïgon Le Café La Pointe des Blagueurs Saigon

The "Joker's Point Cafe (Café des Blagueurs)
Belgium Embankment (quai de Belgique) now Bên Chuong Duong
(opposite n°23)
Saigon
Tel : 20.182
The "Joker's Point" restaurant (Restaurant de la Pointe des Blagueurs) was run by its owner, Madame Durand. From here one could dream while watching ocean liners arriving and departing from the "Messageries Maritimes" pier across from the restaurant.
The terrace faced the confluence of the Saigon River and the Chinese Arroyo.
On Sundays, the people of Saigon often had a drink or a light meal on the floating dock of the "Jokers Point"cafe, located on the Quai de Belgique (Belgium Embankment).

Le Café Le Café

On the left: the Joker’s Point Cafe at the beginning of the 20th century.
On the right: the Joker's Point (la Pointe des Blagueurs" in 1948, in the background the steamship "Auguste Pavie".

Le Myre de Villers Quay

Charles le Myre de Villers Cochinchine

In 1879, Charles Le Myre de Villers was the first civilian governor of Cochin-China and plenipotentiary minster to the Court of Annam. He was the Deputy for Cochin-China from 1889 to 1902.

Air Vietnam

Air Vietnam Saigon 1952 Air Vienam Saigon Air Vietnam

Hotel Majestic
2, Le Myre de Villers Quay
Air Vietnam was founded in 1951, the capital of which is divided 50/50 between the Vietnamese government and Air France.
Its fleet was made up of Douglas DC 3 and DC 4 aircraft, and later was equipped with Boeing 727's and Caravelles.

Caric

CARIC Saigon CARIC Saigon

CARIC (Chantier et Atelier Réunis d'Indochine)
Combined Shipyards and Workshops of Indochina
Chairman: m. Picard
Headquarter:
5, Le Myre de Villers Quay
Saigon
Branches:
30, Fort Annamite Street
Haiphong
Companies represented: Electrolux & Philco Refrigerators, Isover, Saint-Gobain, Marrel tippers, General Tires, Titan trailers, SKF.

Indochina Air Transport Company

Compagnie-d'aviation-SITA Société Indochinoise de Transports Aériens Saïgon

Indochina Air Transport Company (Société Indochinoise de Transports Aériens)
SITA
5, Le Myre de Villers Quay
Saigon
Tel: 20.055, 20.056 and 21.070

The Chargeurs Réunis Steamship Company

Compagnie Maritime des Chargeurs Réunis Saïgon Vue génèrale de Saïgon

S.M.E.O. (The Chargeurs Réunis Steamship Company)
15, Le Myre de Villers Quay
Saigon
Tel : 20.145 et 20.146

Compagnie Maritime des Chargeurs Réunis Saïgon Vue génèrale de Saïgon

On the left: A poster of the Compagnie Maritime des Chargeurs Réunis.
On the right: The Rigaud de Genouilly Roundabout, the Belgium Dock and the Myre de Villers.

Customs and Government offices

Citroën DS 19 devant le bâtiment de la Douane La rivière Saïgon devant le bâtiment de la Douane Saigon

Customs and Taxes
21 Le Myre de Villers Quay
Saigon
Tel : 20.665 & CA.495
The Customs Headquarters building is located on the corner of Myre de Villers Quay (in 1955 Bên Bach Dàng, now Tôn Duc Thang) and the Somme Boulevard (now Hàm Nghi).
This office was responsible for collecting taxes on the rice and alcohol trade as wells as on the manufacture and sale of opium.

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Francis Garnier Barracks

Caserne Francis Garnier Saïgon Caserne Francis Garnier Saïgon

On the Le Myre de Villers quay along the Saigon river was the Francis Garnier Barracks located near by the Admiralty.

Caserne Francis Garnier Saïgon Marin français à Saïgon

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-The river port:
It is located near the Chinese Arroyo and the Marne and Belgium docks, with industries connected to rice, beer and soft drinks, shipyards, brick yards, tobacco manufacture…etc.

Saigon the Chinese Arrroyo (Creek) Vue aérienne sur l'arroyo Saigon 1951

Marne Wharf
now bên Vân Dôn

F.A.C.I.
Forges Shops and Worksites of Indochina

Forges Ateliers et Chantiers d'Indochine Saïgon Forges Ateliers et Chantiers d'Indochine Saïgon

F.A.C.I. (Forges Ateliers et Chantiers d'Indochine)
A corporation with a capital of 6,000,000 Piastres
Marne Wharf (now bên Vân Dôn)
Saigon
Tel: 20.141

Indochina manufacturer of Juan Bastos
Cigarettes and Tobacco

Bastos the quality cigarette Cigarettes Bastos Saigon

Indochina manufacturer of Juan Bastos cigarettes and tobacco, supplier to the French, Spanish, Tunisian, and Moroccan administration.
151 Marne Wharf
Saigon
Tel: 21.872

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The Cape St. Jacques Line in Saigon

La Chaloupe Argoat Saïgon Intérieur de la Chaloupe du Cap Saint-Jacques

The ship "Argoat" provided daily service from Saigon (dock near the Hotel Majestic) to Cape St. Jacques (Rach Dua), and the other ship providing the connection in the other direction was the "Armor".
The ship “Argoat” provided daily service from Cape St. Jacques (Rach Dua) to Saigon (dock near the Hotel Majestic), and the other ship providing the connection in the other direction was the “Armor”.
With the Armor and the Argoat Breton sailors were quite in evidence in this part of Indochina!!
At the end of the war in Indochina in 1954, the newly secured road would outpace the river link by halving the travel time, and the line would be abandoned in 1955.
Today the trip by hydrofoil (of Russian manufacture) from Cape St. Jacques (Vung Tàu) to Saigon is made in 1 hour, 30 minutes instead of the 5 to 6 hours according to the tides at the beginning of the ‘50’s.

The Ship Dursat

La Chaloupe Dursat Saïgon La Chaloupe Saïgon Cap Saint-Jacques 1949

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Connections on the Saigon River

Les bateaux de commerce sur la rivière Saïgon Un ferry sur la rivière Saïgon

A robust river traffic has always existed on the Saigon River.

My-Canh
The floating restaurant

My Canh le restaurant flottant de Saïgon My Canh le restaurant flottant de Saïgon

This floating restaurant on the Saigon river was destroyed on June 25, 1965 by two powerful bombs, 32 people were killed, and 42 were wounded.

My Canh le restaurant flottant de Saïgon My Canh le restaurant flottant de Saïgon

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The Chinese Arroyo (Creek)
The swing bridge
Cau quay Khanh Hoi

Khanh Hoi Brige Saigon Khanh Hoi Bridge Saigon

The swing bridge “Cau quay Khanh Duong”, located on the Chinese Arroyo, connecting the Bank of Indochina to the Marne Wharf on the other side at the level of the Belgium Wharf.

Arc-en-Ciel (rainbow) bridge

The Rainbow bridge Saigon The Rainbow bridge Saigon

The "Rainbow" bridge, located on the Chinese Arroyo chinois, connecting the Belgium wharf to the Belgium whark on the other side.

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Insecurity and Temptation in 1968

Saigon harbor 1968 Unloading goods at the docks Saigon Black market Saigon 1968

Saigon 9/16/1968:
The majority of black market items come from the post exchanges, clubs, commissaries, U.S. aid and military warhouses and from ships unloading American goods at the docks.
As much as 25 per cent of cargo unloaded from an ocean-going vessel in Saigon harbor may be lost by the time it has been conveyed through the confused system of river traffic to city warehouses and inland stations.

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Belgium Wharf
now Bến Chương Dương

Belgium Embankment Saigon Club Nautique Saigon

The Bank of Indochina
(now National Bank of Vietnam)

Banque de l'Indochine et l'arroyo chinois Banque de l'Indochine Paris Saigon

Banque de l'Indochine (Bank of Indochina)
9, Belgium Embankment (maintenant Bến Chương Dương)
Saigon
Tel: 20.491 à 20.495
The Bank of Indochina, a private French bank founded in 1875, controls the entire Vietnamese economy and had the monopoly on the minting of the Indochinese Piaster.
A branch is located at 178 LeLoi Street (Eden Passage) as well as in Cholon.
The headquarters of the Bank of Indochina is located at 96 Boulevard Haussman, in the 8th district of Paris.
The Bank of Indochina was bult in 1930, out of Biên Hoà granite, by the architect Félix Dumail, with:
- on the outside, columns inspired by Khmer archictecture.
- on the inside, a magnificent Art Deco style.

Intérieur de la banque de l'Indochine Saigon

Descours & Cabaud

Descours Cabaud Saigon

Importer of manufactured products
Director: Pierre Weber
Branches in : Haiphong,Tourane,Phnom Penh, Hong Kong, Tokyo
Belgium Wharf (Quai de Belgique)
Saigon
Tel : 20.114 à 20.116

Descours Cabaud Saigon Descours Cabaud Saigon

French Commercial Company of Indochina

Société Française de l'Indochine Chargement paddy Saigon

Rice – Corn – Pepper – Kapok
Belgium Wharf (Quai de Belgique)
Saigon
Tel : 20243 and 20244
Headquarters: 63, Testard Street Tel : 20160

Mitac Company
Cigarettes Mélia

Cigarettes Mélia Saïgon Cigarettes Melia Saïgon

Mélia Cigarettes
Belgium Wharf (Quai de Belgique)
Saigon

Diethelm & Co

Diethelm Company Saigon Diethelm Company Saigon

Diethelm & Company
29, Quai de Belgique (Belgium Wharf now Bến Chương Dương)
Saigon
Tel: 20.109 and CA.516

Bierdermann & Co

Gillette

Exclusive agent : Biedermann & Co
35-37, quai de Belgique (Belgium Wharf)
Saigon
Tel: 20.173

Louis Ogliastro & Co

Tissus Louis Ogliastro Saigon Champagne Ayala Saigon

Company founded in 1875
Branches in Saigon - Haiphong - Hanoi - Phnom-Penh
58, Belgium Wharf (Quai de Belgique)
Saigon
Tel: 20.173

Ogliastro in 2012

Batiment Ogliastro Saigon Quai de Belgique Saigon

Cong-Ty Renault in the beginning of the ‘60’s

Garage Renault Cong Ty Saigon Renault Saigon Garage Renault Cong Ty Saigon

Renault
231, Bến Chương Dương (formerly Quai de Belgique)
Saigon
Tel: 26.652 & 25.349
Showroom:
59, Lê Thánh Tôn (formerly Lê Loi Street and Spain Street)
Tel: 23.4911

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The aircraft carrier “La Fayette” on the Saigon River in 1954

The aircraft carrier La Fayette on the Saigon River in 1954

The French aircraft carrier "La Fayette" with a Liberty Ship-type freighter. The "Boulogne sur Mer", of the Chargeurs Réunis company, moored in the Saigon river roads in 1954.
© Photo by Xavier Lacrambe, from the collection of J.Y. Brouard

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