The Columbian Exposition 1893
Brochure with four printed pages back to back gives valuable information about the Columbian Exposition comparing it with other fairs 0f 1851, 1855, 1862, 1867, 1876, 1878, and 1889. There are twenty-three paragraphs describing the water colors of the World's Fair done by Charles Graham.
*Printed at top of first page: "The Columbian Exposition 1893"
*Printed on page two: "Looking East in the Grand Court; At Night in the Grand Court; Interior of Manufactures and Liberal Arts Building; Cairo Street; Art Palace at Night; Old Vienna; Golden Entrance to Transporatation Building"
*Printed on page three: " Old Liberty Bell; The Silver Statue, Montana Building; The Foreign Buildings; Monlight on the Lagoon; Looking South from Wooded Island; The Ferris Wheel; Blarney Castle; A View from the Ferris Wheel; Interior of Electrical Building"
*Printed on page four: "State Buiildings; The Midway Plaisance; La Rabida and the Caravels; The Viking Ship; Types of the Midway; The Yerkes Telescope; The Irish Industrial Village"