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Industrie: Ausstellung im Jahre 1834.

Leipzig: Allgemeine niederländische Buchhandlung. 1834

Reference No. 1; 1834-Paris, France; Exposition des produits de l'industrie française; 140 p., [12] p. of advertisements, plates; Descriptions and drawings by Stéphane Flachat-Mony (Stephan Flachat on cover) of furniture, silver, glass, etc.

Reel: 1, No. 1
Les Beaux-arts.

Paris: L. Curmer. 1844

Reference No. 2; I1844-Paris, France; Exposition des produits de l'industrie française; llustration des arts et de la littérature; 220 p., [26] plates: ill. (1 fold-out), plans; Descriptions of French art, design, and literature issued as tome 3, vol. 2 of Les Beaux-arts. Bound with L'Industrie exposition des produits de l'industrie française en 1844 (no. 5).

Reel: 1, No. 2
Exposition de l'industrie française année 1844.

Paris: Challamel Editeur. 1844

Reference No. 3; 1844-Paris, France; Exposition des produits de l'industrie française; Description méthodique; 2 v. (xiv, 49, 63, 51; 56, 9-63 p.): ill. (some col.), plans, maps, musical notation; Detailed descriptions of products exhibited at the French industrial exposition, in five parts.

Reel: 1, No. 3
Le Garde-meuble.

Paris: D. Guilmard. 1844

Reference No. 4; 1844-Paris, France; Exposition des produits de l'industrie française; Album de l'Exposition de l'industrie 1844. Ameublemens; 24 p., 30 plates; An album of furniture displayed, with several chairs and chaises shown in the bare frame. The exhibits include the work of about 250 cabinet makers and other artisans, all listed and indexed.

Reel: 1, No. 4
L'Industrie exposition des produits de l'industrie française en 1844.

Paris. [1844]

Reference No. 5; 1844-Paris, France; Exposition des produits de l'industrie française; 255 p., plates: ill.; Description of products exhibited at the French industrial exposition. Bound with Les Beaux-arts. Illustration des arts et de la littérature (no. 2).

Reel: 1, No. 5
Pubblica esposizione dei prodotti naturali e industriali della Toscana fatta in Firenze nel MDCCCL.

Florence: Tipografia della Casa di Correzione. 1851

Reference No. 6; 1850-Florence, Italy; Pubblica esposizione dei prodotti naturali e industriali della Toscana; 2 v. (cxcv, [4], 442 p.): index; A series of reports on the public exposition at Florence. Included among the Rapporti speciali are Rapporto sui prodotti del regno inorganico, Rapporto sui prodotti vegetabili ed animali, Rapporto sui prodotti manifatturati delle sostanze inorganiche ed organiche, Rapporto sulle macchine e strumenti, and Rapporto sulle opere di disegno. Also included as an introduction is a general description and history of the exposition. Volume 2 contains an appendix to Session I, Analisi chimica di alcuni minerali metallici Toscani.

Reel: 2, No. 1
An account of the proceedings at the dinner given by Mr. George Peabody to the Americans connected with the Great Exhibition.

London: William Pickering. 1851

Reference No. 7; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 114 p.: ill.; A memorial book, printed for private distribution, commemorating a dinner given by George Peabody on 27 October 1851 at the London Coffee House for a number of distinguished American visitors to the Great Exhibition. Included on the guest list are Abbott Lawrence, U.S. ambassador to Great Britain; Henry L. Bulwer, British ambassador to the United States; Earl Granville, chairman of the Royal Commission; Robert J. Walker, U.S. secretary of the Treasury; and Thomson Hankey, governor of the Bank of England.

Reel: 2, No. 2
American superiority at the world's fair; designed to accompany a chromolithographic picture, illustrative of prizes awarded to American citizens at the Great Exhibition.

Philadelphia: John J. Hawkins. 1852

Reference No. 8; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 148 p., [9] plates: ill., index; A compilation of laudatory speeches and articles extracted from English and American journals and concerning American objects exhibited at the exhibition.

Reel: 2, No. 3
An answer to John Small (of Fetter Lane) and to his disinterested "Caution".

London: Pelham Richardson. n.d

Reference No. 9; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 12 p.; A response to a pamphlet by John Small entitled Caution!!! to the Brighton shareholders and the public at large, against the Crystal Palace removal to Sydenham (no. 12).

Reel: 2, No. 4
The art-journal illustrated catalogue of the Industry of All Nations, 1851.

London: George Virtue. 1851

Reference No. 10; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 1 folio v. (xxvi, 328 p., 5 append. of [60] p.): ill., charts; A catalog of objets d'art from the Great Exhibition preceded by a history of the exhibition and followed by five essays, by Robert Hunt, Mrs. Merrifield, Edward Forbes, Lewis Gordon, and Ralph Nicholson Wornum.

Reel: 2, No. 5
The building erected in Hyde Park for the Great Exhibition of the Works of All Nations, 1851.

London: John Weale. 1852

Reference No. 11; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 45 p., 28 fold-out plates: ill., plans; Description by Charles Cowper of the Crystal Palace accompanied by plates showing plans, elevations, sections, and details of the construction, taken from the contractors' working drawings. The architect was Charles Downes.

Reel: 2, No. 6
Caution!!! to the Brighton shareholders and the public at large, against the Crystal Palace removal to Sydenham.

London: Effingham Wilson. n.d

Reference No. 12; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 11 p.; A protest by John Small. Note An answer to John Small ... (no. 9).

Reel: 2, No. 7
Central Committee for the United States on the Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations to be held in London 1851.

Washington, D.C.: Robert A. Waters. 1850

Reference No. 13; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 31, [1] p.; Documents concerning U.S. participation in the exhibition and a classification of exhibits.

Reel: 2, No. 8
The Crystal Palace: its architectural history and constructive marvels.

London: James Gilbert. 1851

Reference No. 14; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; viii, 92, [xx] p., 16 p. of advertisements: [17] plates (1 fold-out); A history by Peter Berlyn and Charles Fowler of the design and execution of the Crystal Palace. Appendixes include a list of competitors for the design, a description and illustration of two designs that did not win, and an official report of the exhibition commissioners concerning selection of the grounds.

Reel: 3, No. 1
The Crystal Palace.

London: James Ridgeway. 1852

Reference No. 15; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; Report of the meeting at Mr. Oliviera's, March 29th, 1852; 58 p.; Proceedings of a meeting involving several members of Parliament and others, at the home of Benjamin Oliviera, to promote the preservation of the Crystal Palace.

Reel: 3, No. 2
Echoes of the Great Exhibition.

London: William Pickering. 1851

Reference No. 17; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 20 p.; Series of poems by Joseph Turner.

Reel: 3, No. 3
The exhibition lay.

London: Groombridge and Sons. 1852

Reference No. 19; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 32 p.; Poem celebrating the exhibition.

Reel: 3, No. 4
A few words upon Canada and her productions in the Great Exhibition.

London: W. and T. Piper. 1851

Reference No. 20; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 12 p.; A description of Canada and Canadian products designed to promote British emigration.

Reel: 3, No. 5
The fine arts' courts in the Crystal Palace.

London: Bradbury and Evans. 1854

Reference No. 21; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 536 p.: ill. (fold-outs); Includes descriptions of major fine arts exhibits as follows: Egyptian Court, erected by Owen Jones and Joseph Bonomi, and described by Samuel Sharpe; Greek and Roman Courts, erected by Owen Jones and described by George Scharf, Jr.; Alhambra Court, erected and described by Owen Jones; and the Ninevah Court, described by Austen Henry Layard. Also included is "An apology for the colouring of the Greek Court" by Owen Jones.

Reel: 3, No. 6
The first of May: a new version of a celebrated modern ballad.

London: William Pickering. 1852

Reference No. 22; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 7th ed.; [16] p.; Poem by Anna Harriet Drury celebrating the exhibition.

Reel: 3, No. 7
Further caution to the Brighton shareholders, against the hazardous Sydenham scheme.

London: Effingham Wilson. [n.d.]

Reference No. 23; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 12 p.; A second protest by John Small. See Caution ... (no. 12).

Reel: 3, No. 8
A general outline of a proposed plan for the retention and occupation of the Crystal Palace.

London: Pelham Richardson. 1852

Reference No. 25; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 23 p., [1] p. of advertisements; A proposal by "A London Merchant" (initials W. P. H.) to convert the Crystal Palace into a permanent space housing "The Industrial Institute of All Nations.".

Reel: 3, No. 9
Gleanings from the Great Exhibition of 1851.

London: G. Barclay. n.d

Reference No. 26; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; No. 1.; 8 p.; A description by Owen Jones of the form and color of articles exhibited in the Indian, Egyptian, Turkish, and Tunisian departments.

Reel: 3, No. 10
Glimpses and gatherings during a voyage and visit to London and the Great Exhibition in the summer of 1851.

Augusta, Georgia: Homan and Manley. 1852

Reference No. 27; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; xii, 13-404 p.: portrait; Collection of letters describing the visit to the Great Exhibition by William A. Drew, commissioner of the state of Maine.

Reel: 3, No. 11
The Great Exhibition, and London in 1851.

London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans. 1852

Reference No. 28; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; Reviewed by Dr. Lardner, &c; xxviii, 631 p., [32] p. of advertisements: ill., tables, index; A series of essays, originally appearing in the London Times, on various subjects associated with the Great Exhibition, by Dionysius Lardner. Topics include pottery, glass manufacture, railroads, steamships, printing, and machinery. Also included are letters of Michel Chevalier, J. Lemoinne, and Hector Berlioz.

Reel: 3, No. 12
Tracts for the million.

London: Thompson and Davidson. [1851]

Reference No. 29; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; "The Great Exhibition of 1851."; No. 7.; 4 p.; An exhortation to the British people to protest plans for the exhibition in order to protect British industry.

Reel: 3, No. 13
The Great Exhibition, suggestive and anticipative.

London: John Farquhar Shaw. 1851

Reference No. 30; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 67 p.; Tract by the Rev. John Cumming on religious significance of the Crystal Palace.

Reel: 3, No. 14
Guide to the palace and park.

n.p.: Charles Dickens and Evans, Crystal Palace Press. 1882

Reference No. 34; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 32 p., [12] p. of advertisements: ill.; A guide to the Crystal Palace after it was moved to Sydenham.

Reel: 3, No. 15
History and description of the Great Exhibition of the World's Industry, held in London in 1851.

London and New York: London Printing and Publishing Company. [c.1851]

Reference No. 35; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 4 v. (vi, 320; iv, 320; iii, 320; iv, 304 p.): ill.; Detailed descriptions of the exhibits and some of the events.

Reel: 4, No. 1
Hunt's handbook to the official catalogues.

London: Spicer Brothers and W. Clowes and Sons. 1851

Reference No. 36; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 2 v. (476, [1] p. of advertisements; viii, 477-978, [1] p. of advertisements): tables, charts; A handbook compiled by Robert Hunt as a supplement to the official catalog.

Reel: 4, No. 2
The illustrated exhibitor.

London: John Cassell. 1851

Reference No. 37; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; xliv, 556 p.: ill.; An illustrated periodical (nos. 1-30, 7 June-27 December 1851) published as a tribute to the Great Exhibition.

Reel: 5, No. 1
The industrial arts of the nineteenth century.

London: Day and Son. 1851-53

Reference No. 38; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 2 v.(xii, [8], [316] p., [158] col. plates): index; Large color plates of various objects, primarily decorative arts, displayed at the exhibition, each accompanied by a two-page description written by Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt.

Reel: 5, No. 2
Industry on Christian principles.

London: L. Seeleys. 1851

Reference No. 39; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 36 p.; Essay by H. C. Barlow written "in reference" to the Great Exhibition as "the result of personal observations made in the course of the previous summer and autumn in Germany and throughout the Austrian Empire.".

Reel: 5, No. 3
Lectures on the results of the Great Exhibition of 1851.

London: David Bogue. 1852

Reference No. 40; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; viii, 634 p.: portrait, drawings, map, index; A collection of lectures delivered before the Society of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce in connection with the exhibition at the suggestion of Prince Albert. Included are lectures by W. Whewell, Henry T. De la Beche, Richard Owen, Jacob Bell, Lyon Playfair, John Lindley, Edward Solly, Robert Willis, James Glaisher, Henry Hensman, J.F. Royle, and a Captain Washington of the Royal Navy.

Reel: 5, No. 4
Lectures on the results of the Great Exhibition of 1851.

London: David Bogue. 1853

Reference No. 41; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; 466 p., [1] p. of advertisements: tables, index; The second in a series of lectures delivered before the Society of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce at the suggestion of Prince Albert. Included are lectures by John Wilson, James Macadam, James Tennant, Thomas Bazley, S. H. Blackwell, George Shaw, M. Digby Wyatt, Owen Jones, Henry Forbes, D.T. Ansted, L. Arnoux, and Henry Cole.
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