On the house facing the building of 37, rue Froidevaux, facing the Montparnasse cemetery was affixed by the Paris town Hall on Thursday, November 8, 2018, a plaque in honor of the three photographers who worked in this building: Robert Capa (1913-1954), David Seymour-Chim (1911-1956) and Gerda Taro (1910-1937). Robert Capa rented a studio in this building at the beginning of the year 1937, he left in 1939. He made a rubber stamp “Atelier Robert Capa” which was then affixed on the back of his photographs. Since 1936 Capa, Taro and Chim had become the photographers of the war of Spain, they have revolutionized the photojournalism of war. Capa had a dream at this time: to create a cooperative for photographers, to control the use of photographs and to defend the copyrights of the authors, he realized this dream after the second world war, creating the photo agency Magnum. It was at 37, rue Froidevaux that the “Mexican suitcase” was left containing 4500 negatives of the three photographers who was miraculously found 70 years later in Mexico. This place and this plaque testify to this essential step in the history of photojournalism and to the courage and commitment of these three photographers, all three of them died doing their work as a reporter.