California at the World’s Columbian Exposition
The final report detailing California’s participation in the Columbian Expo.
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This enlightening volume provides a wealth of detail on the vast efforts undertaken by both states and foreign nations when electing to participate in the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition. The state of California was one of the dozens of attendees (over 40 nations, plus most states), and their representation was one of the most impressive.
A massive, albeit temporary, building was constructed to house the numerous exhibits showcasing the industrial, agricultural, civic and cultural highlights of the Golden State. A summary of the organizational details, construction process, and financial reports are also included.
Publication Date: 1894
Author: A.J. Johnston
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Condition Description: 240 pp. report bound in original brown gilt leather boards. Old owner's sticker on the endpaper, along with manuscript dedications. Measures approximately 6" x 9" with a double page folding map of the California building (creased in the corners). Very good overall.
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