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Marvels of Landscape, Sculpture and Architecture, Wonderful Exhibits
at Huge Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco
LOW ROUND TRIP RATES AFFORD GREATEST OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME TO
TAKE WONDERFUL JOURNEY AND SEE FINEST DISPLAYS OF WORLD'S NATIONS
These pictures at be.t can indicate but feebly the indescribable marvels presented by the Panama-Pacific Interna
tional exposition at San Francisco to which the people of all nations are thronging.
Forty-two foreign nations, and more than SO.OOO individual exhibitors, representing every country on the globe,
have sent to this wonderful $50,000,000 show the best of their present-day achievements which are now displayed in
the eleven colossal exhibit palaces and also in the buildings of the state and foreign group, the latter structures be
ing built in most cases in a style of architecture characteristic of the state or nation represented. More than $10,-
000,000 has been invested in the "Zone," the 3,000-foot amusement street of this great fair, where the world's premier
showmen are conducting the most wonderful and most original sight-seeing and pure-fun attractions ever assembled
for any celebration on earth
In order to put the opportunity of seeing this most marvelous of all expositions within reach of the greatest num
ber of people the railroads have cut rates in half to and from San Francisco, and the hotel and restaurant associa
tions of the city have agree to keep their schedule of prices clown to normal figures.
Complete information regarding this wonderful world's fair may be had free for the asking by addressing Man
ager of the Hureau of Publications. Prtss Huilding, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, Cali
fornia, who will forward to any address a beautiful sixty-page booklet, illustrated in colors, containing detailed in
formation regarding the glories of this great celebration and a complete description of the Panama Canal.
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End view of Oraeeo-Roman colonnade extending 1,100 feet before the Palace of Fine Arts, Panama-Pacific Interna
tional Exposition, at San Francisco, and curving in a grace ful sweep along the shores of the Fine Arts lagoon- Sur
mounting th'-ce pillars are beautiful figures ol women :;.'.ng into an urn, expressive of Art and Heauy. Eric Eller
Iip.tise ip the d' sivnor of tlu-so groups. Over the foliage isnd forestaiion of the Fine Art3 lagoon can be seen the Hall
Dome of I'hi.'osopliy and the grand central dome of the Palace of Education.
TYrsiCAi SUENE IN ONE OF THc FOUR INNEh COURTS
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Detail showing the rich and Oriental suggestion in the embellishment of tiie Court of Abundance, at the Panama
Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco. In this court are orange trees in full bearing and rare flowers.
SUPERB NIGHT ILLUMINATION OF THE VAST PALACE OF HORTICULTURE
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At night the vast glass dome of the Palace of Horticulture is played upon tj rays of gigantic searchlight
projectors set within the building. The globe, which Is the largest hemispherical glass dome In the world and la
one of the many marvels of the great Panama-Pacific International exposition, then assumes all the colors of the
rainbow. This photograph shows the great building at night with the rays of the searchlights casting the alga
of the Zodiac over Its gleaming surface. . ' ,
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THE BUILDING THAT USED FOUR CARLOADS OF NAILS
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Where Lincoln Ueachey made the world's first indoor aeroplane flight, the giant Palace of Machinery at'Jhe Panama-Pacific
International Exposition, San Francisco. This enormous structure is surfaced with imitation Travertine
marble, v hich is used on the Pennsylvania Railroad Depot in New York, and other notable structures
REFINED BEAUTY SHOWN IN SCULPTURAL ADORNMENT
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Detfcils of colonnade in the Court of the X'niverse, showing frieze adornment and sculptured figures. These corri
dors aie illuminated by the new Indirect lighting system, the whole vast area of this court 900 by'500 feet beinr
lighted In the same manner.. Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco.
WHERE WORLD'S GREATEST PIPE ORGAN WILL BE HEARD
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Festival Hall Panama-Pacific International Exposition from the south promenade of the South Gardens, the;
facade of the Press building showing at the extreme right. On the great organ in this hall one of the six greatest
organs in the world Camllle Saint Saens will play an original composition, and there will be recitals by Edwin La
mare of London, Wallace Sabin and other maesiros. This hall will center the intellectual, dramatic, musical and;
literary life of the exposition at San Francisco many of the 400 conventions of this year making it their assembly'
INSIDE INN AT PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION !
View of architect's perspective of huge hotel on the exposition grounds at San Francisco. Visitors to the
great world's exposition at St Louis In 1904 will remember the huge Inside Inn at (bat exposition. There Is a
similar large building at San Francisco, with a capacity of accommodating thousands of people- The location of the
ulldlng is within the exposition grounds, near the great Palace of Fine Arts. The Inside Inn Is a city In itself.