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FCSarch 30 World Fairs: Philadelphia & Chicago (1876 & 1893)

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    • 1. CRYSTAL PALACE, London (1851) Joseph Paxton, reconstruction with landscaping
    • 2. Crystal Palace
    • 3. PHILADELPHIA CENTENNIAL, birds eye view
    • 4. Centennial Main Building. May 10, 1876 opens to the public. first day 186,672 visitors.
    • 5. unloading exhibits for main exhibition hall
    • 6. installation in main exhibition hall, Henry Pettit and Joseph Wilson, architects
    • 7. The Corliss Engine; 1400 horsepower, 40 tall, 200+ tons
    • 8. Horticultural Hall, old postcard, HJ Schwarzmann, architect
    • 9. Memorial Hall/Art Gallery
    • 10. Opening Day
    • 11. Catalogue
    • 12. Exhibition Hall
    • 13. Agricultural Building. James Windrim, architect
    • 14. Agricultural building  under construction
    • 15. Agricultural Building, interior
    • 16. Women’s Building
    • 17. Chinese exhibit: inspecting a vase
    • 18. "Food Fishes of the Sea" US Gov't building.
    • 19. PARIS, 1889
    • 20. CHICAGO World's Columbian Exposition Chicago, 1893 Daniel Brurnham & Frederick Law Olmstead
    • 21. World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893 ground plan, Daniel Burnham & John Wellborn Root, architects, with F.L. Olmsted, landscape architect. Old plan (J. Howe)
    • 22. assembled architects, artists, and officials, May 1891 (D. Burnham and G. B. Post at left, H. Van Brunt leaning with cane, A. St. Gaudens 6th from right, C. McKim 3rd from right
    • 23. Birds Eye View
    • 24. Ferris Wheel
    • 25. Ferris Wheel
    • 26. panoramic photo from behind lagoon, showing train tracks
    • 27. Panoramic detail -- left
    • 28. Panoramic detail -- right
    • 29. Transportation Building, 1891-1893, Adler & Sullivan, architects, interior
    • 30. Court
    • 31. Court
    • 32. view toward the southern colonnade across the Grand Plaza. At left, the Agriculture Building; at right, the Palace of Mechanic Arts.
    • 33. Court
    • 34. Court
    • 35. Court
    • 36. Court
    • 37. Court’s fountain
    • 38. Painting by Theodore Robinson
    • 39. Grand Basin
    • 40. Post card
    • 41. MSI
    • 42. Transportation Building, Louis Sullivan’s response
    • 43. Transportation Building, "Golden Doorway," Louis Sullivan, architect. [J. Howe] Detail of entry

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