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A “place of enchantment” that promised to “bewilder attendees with its surpassing beauty” and “compel the admiration of all who see it.” Those flattering words described the Louisiana Purchase Exposition of or as most people called it — the St. Louis World’s Fair.
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The Wellcome Chemical Research Laboratories exhibit at the St. Louis Exposition, [electronic resource]: Frederick B.
Power, Ph.D., Director of the Laboratories. by Burroughs Wellcome and CompanyPages: The Wellcome Chemical Research Laboratories exhibit at the St. Louis Exposition, [electronic resource]: Frederick B. Power, Ph.D., Director of the Laboratories.
by Burroughs Wellcome and Company. Full text of "Descriptive catalogue of the exhibit of the Wellcome Chemical Research Laboratories at the International Exposition, St.
Louis, exhibit no. 15, British Chemical Section, Liberal Arts Building" See other formats ^ jfnado DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE OF THE EXHIBIT OF THE WELLCOME Chemical Research Laboratories AT THE International Exposition, St.
Louis EXHIBIT. Topics Louisiana Purchase Exposition ( Saint Louis, Mo.), Industries Publisher Berlin, G.
Stilke Collection getty; americana Digitizing sponsor Getty Research Institute Contributor Getty Research Institute Language English. The Wellcome Chemical Research Laboratories exhibit at the St. Louis Exposition, ; The Wellcome Chemical Research Laboratories exhibit at the St.
Louis Exposition, Frederick B. Power, Ph.D., Director of the Laboratories; Wald- und Baumkult in Beziehung zur Volksmedizin Oberbayerns; Walker, Thomas; Wallin, Hans Friedrich. The universal exposition ofVolume 1 The Universal Exposition ofDavid Rowland Francis: Authors: David Rowland Francis, Louisiana Purchase Exposition Co.
(Saint Louis, Mo.) Publisher: Louisiana purchase exposition company, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Subjects: Louisiana Purchase. The Louisiana Purchase Exposition, informally known as the St. Louis World's Fair, was an international exposition held in St. Louis, Missouri, United States, from April 30 to December 1, Local, state, and federal funds totaling $15 million were used to finance the event.
More than 60 countries and 43 of the 45 American states maintained exhibition spaces at the fair, which was attended Area: 1, acres ( hectares). The Louisiana Purchase Exposition, informally known as the St. Louis World's Fair, was an international exposition held in St.
Louis, Missouri, United States, from April 30 to December 1, Local, state, and federal funds totaling $15 million were used to finance the event.
More than 60 countries and 43 of the 45 American states maintained exhibition spaces at the fair, which was attended City: St. Louis. -“The Wellcome Chemical Research Laboratories-“The Wellcome Physiological Research Laboratories”-Wellcome Physiological Research Laboratories award notification-“What to See in Jerusalem”; Published by Greeley Printery (St.
Louis) 8/ Missouri -“Publications by Missouri Authors and Periodicals of Missouri of ” by FA Sampson. Quick List Info ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR Dates Open - April 30 to December 1, Open days.
Closed Sundays. Attendance - 19, Total Attendance. 12, Paid Attendance. International Participants - 43 Nations and 19 Colonies. Total Cost - Expo Authority $26,; Total, including Exhibitors $49, plus.
Site Acreage - acres on the grounds of Forest Park. Descriptive catalogue of the exhibit of the Wellcome Chemical Research Laboratories at the International Exposition, St. Louis, exhibit no. Author: Wellcome Chemical Research Laboratories. Each section paged separately and many catalogued in LC.
Addeddate Call number Camera Canon 5D External-identifier. Expo in St. Louis was known as the Louisiana Purchase Exposition as it celebrated the th anniversary of the American purchase of the territory of Louisiana on 30 April from France.
The Expo stretched from Forest Park to the west of St. Louis over an area of hectares, making it one of the three largest World Expos ever organised. Louis also called the Louisiana Purchase Exposition.
Commemorated the centennial of the land purchase. Open date April 30 Close date December 1 Site Acres Attendance paid 12 people Attendance total 19 people Profit $ million Louisiana-Monument.
Foods like. Louis, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, photographic prints: stereograph. | Photographs show foreign buildings and exhibits on the grounds of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition (). Date: 'Living Exhibits' at World's Fair Revisited At the World's Fair in St. Louis, some of the most popular displayed tribal peoples in re-creations of their native villages.
As the city. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. International exposition St. Louis by Germany. Reichskommission, Weltausstellung in St.
Louis, G. Stilke edition. The Saint Louis Exposition or St. Louis Expo was a series of annual agricultural and technical fairs held in St. Louis' Fairgrounds Park, from the s to Inthe Louisiana Purchase Exposition, a major World's Fair, was held in St. Louis, annual agricultural/technical exposition was not held inand ceased after the World's Fair.
Panorama of the World's Fair, St. Louis, showing every building of the exposition numbered and named Summary Panoramic postcard showing grounds of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in Saint Louis. The World’s Fair in St. Louis, otherwise known as the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, spanned 1, acres, boasted 1, buildings and 75 miles of roads and walkways, and included 62 foreign.
Published By: Chalice Press ISBN: Price: $ _____ A WORLD ON DISPLAY () "Photographs From the St. Louis World's Fair" By Eric Breitbart. InSt. Louis hosted a world's fair to which were brought some 2, native people from around the world.
Title. Catalogue of the exhibit of economic entomology at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Mo., / Related Titles. Series: Bulletin (United States. It is essentially the story of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, from its conception in the fertile minds of St.
Louis' "city fathers" to the closing night cerermonies on December 1, It is a thoroughly researched historical document filled with thousands of facts; and yet, unlike many historical works, the book is easy and enjoyable reading.
Universal Exposition, St. Louis, U. A., Paperback – Septem by St. Louis. Louisiana purchase exposition (Creator) See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Format: Paperback. The World's Fair of celebrates the Centennial of the Louisiana Purchase.
World's Fair - The Greatest of Expositons, The Louisiana Exposition, St. Louis, Missouri World's Fair. For the fair, the U.S. government, with the aid of anthropologists, put on display this extraordinary exhibit of people and cultures from the Philippine Islands.
Mike Truax is the president of the World's Fair Society in St. Louis. His interest in the fair developed soon after he moved to the St. Louis area; a small souvenir ruby fl ash toothpick holder was passed down to him from his great-great-aunt who had attended the exposition.4/5(11).
The Louisiana Purchase Exposition, commonly known as the Saint Louis World's Fair ofwas the last great international exposition before World War I. The fair, built on a 1, acre site, included hundreds of thousands of objects, people, animals, displays, and publications from 62 exhibiting countries and 43 of the 45 states.
The St. Louis World's Fair, also called the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, was held to commemorate the th anniversary of the purchase of Louisiana from France by the United States.
At that time, Louisiana comprised nearly one-third of the present continental United States which presently includes the States of Arkansas, Oklahoma. Crowell-Collier Publishing Company, C. (ca. ) General view of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St.
Louis, photographed from top of Festival Hall. Missouri Saint Louis United States, ca. - Sculpture was one of the most interesting and striking feature of the Exposition.
The general scheme was designed to symbolize the history, local color and allegory of the Louisiana Territory by representing the four successive occupants of the soil:—First, the wild animals; second, the Indians; third, the discoverers and pioneers, and, fourth, the advanced races—French 21 pins.
Exhibit of the American Locomotive Company at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Mo., U.S.A., Paperback – January 1, /5(1). Palace of Transportation, covering 16 acres the 2nd largest of exposition buildings, World's Fair, St.
Louis, Contributor Names Rau, William Herman,copyright claimant Created / Published c Subject Headings. Photo, Print, Drawing South half of Louisiana Purchase Exposition grounds from Administration Building, St. Louis, Mo., The Palace of Agriculture.
Architect: E. Masqueray - Cheif of Design for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Company, St. Louis Builder: Caldwell & Drake, St. Louis Considered the largest building on the Fairgrounds, the Palace of Agriculture was a testament to former President Thomas Jefferson’s dream of an agrarian society.
White sapote derivatives were among the medicinal plant products displayed at the St. Louis Exposition in and explained in the slender book, Frederick Power and Thomas Callan of the Wellcome Chemical Research Laboratories in London, declared that.
Courtesy Missouri Historical Society Photographs and Prints DeForest (seated) sending wireless telegraph message from the Louisiana Purchase Exposition.
Photograph, Apmarks the th anniversary of the World's Fair, an event that showcased science advancements that startled the imagination a century ago and foretold technology still in place.
One of the more problematic sport spectacles in American history took place at the World’s Fair in St. Louis, which included the third modern Olympic Games. Associated with the Games was a curious event known as Anthropology Days organized by William J.
McGee and James Sullivan, at that time the leading figures in American anthropology. A Catalogue of the Exhibit of the Department of State at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St.
Louis, : INFINITE PHOTOGRAPHS Vintage Map of World's Fair, St Louis, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, Missouri, St. Louis, United States: Posters & Prints5/5(1). One of the rarely beautiful views at the Exposition is that shown here. It may be seen from a point near the southern angle of the Palace of Education, looking toward the east.
Mr. Theodore Link designed the Palace of Mines and Metallurgy, and made it one of the most interesting of the great exhibit palaces.World's Fair The Louisiana Purchase Exposition St.
Louis, Missouri. Music of the Era. Home: Festival Hall: St. Louis Plaza: Art Palaces: The educational exhibits show everything from the kindergarten to the highest university courses. A complete exhibit of laboratory operations is made. Technical and agricultural schools and.world's fair.
st. louis, CASS GILBERT, ARCHITECT. factures and Liberal Arts, lies in the fact that in the former art must be the predominating feature and the object must be the original work of the artist and not a reproduction by another hand or the result of any mechanical process.