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The aborigines of New South Wales.

Sydney: Published by authority of the New South Wales Commissioners for the World's Columbian Exposition by Charles Potter Government Printer. 1892

Reference No. 827; 1893-Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.; World's Columbian Exposition; 102 p.: ill., tables, maps; A description by John Fraser of the social and ethnic characteristics of Australian aborigines.

Reel: 96, No. 14
An account of the colony of South Australia.

London: Robert K. Burt. 1862

Reference No. 87; 1862-London, England; International Exhibition of 1862; together with a catalogue of all the products of South Australia exhibited in the South Australian Court of the International Exhibition; [4], 96 p.: tables, fold-out map; A history and description (geographic, agricultural, religious, economic, social) of the colony, prepared by Frederick Sinnett.

Reel: 14, No. 4
An account of the prisons of Massachusetts.

Boston: Wright and Potter Printing Company. 1904

Reference No. 1357; 1904-St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A.; Louisiana Purchase Centennial International Exposition; 47 p.: ill., plans; Description of Massachusetts prisons prepared by Frederick G. Pettigrove for the Massachusetts Board of Exposition Managers.

Reel: 147, No. 7
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
An act relative to the Centennial International Exhibition, to be held in the city of Philadelphia, state of Pennsylvania, in the year eighteen hundred and seventy-six.

Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office. 1872

Reference No. 253; 1876-Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.; United States Centennial International Exhibition; 9 p.; An Act of Congress approved 1 June 1872 establishing a Centennial Board of Finance, outlining its duties, and appointing members.

Reel: 45, No. 9
Additional appropriation for the executive departments of the United States at the Centennial Exhibition.

Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office. 1876

Reference No. 254; 1876-Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.; United States Centennial International Exhibition; 36 p.; Request to Congress for additional funds, with progress reports from specific departments (44th Cong., 1st sess. Ex. Doc. 148).

Reel: 45, No. 10
An address delivered before the N.Y. State Agricultural Society at their annual meeting in the capitol at Albany, February 12, 1868.

Albany: Chas. Van Benthuysen and Sons. 1868

Reference No. 158; 1867-Paris, France; Exposition universelle; 56 p.; A general description of the exhibition by U.S. Commissioner Elliot C. Cowdin.

Reel: 23, No. 6
Addresses and reports of Mrs. Potter Palmer.

Chicago: Rand, McNally and Company. 1894

Reference No. 828; 1893-Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.; World's Columbian Exposition; 200 p.; A compilation of eleven reports, remarks, and addresses by Mrs. Potter Palmer, who was president of the Board of Lady Managers.

Reel: 96, No. 15
Administraçao Geral das Matas do Reino.

Lisbon: Fornecedores da Casa de Bragança. 1876

Reference No. 255; 1876-Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.; United States Centennial International Exhibition; Exposiçao de Philadelphia; 31 p.; A list of exhibited objects from Portugal, with a brief introduction by B. Barros Gomes.

Reel: 45, No. 11
[Advance sheets for the report of the commissioner of education].

Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office. 1898

Reference No. 1216; 1897-Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A.; Tennessee Centennial and International Exposition; p. 1081-1109 (chapter 21); Possibly proofs for an extract from the U.S. commissioner of education's report for 1896-97.

Reel: 127, No. 14
The adventures of Uncle Jeremiah and family at the great fair, their observations and triumphs.

Chicago: Land and Lee. 1893

Reference No. 829; 1893-Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.; World's Columbian Exposition; 237 p.: ill.; Fictional account by "Quondam" (Charles McLellan Stevens) of a visit to the fair, including description based on an actual fire. Includes contemporary photographs of the fire and firemen who died.

Reel: 96, No. 16
L'Afrique Centrale.

Gand: Imprimerie C. Annoot-Braeckman. 1877

Reference No. 256; 1876-Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.; United States Centennial International Exhibition; Étude sur ses produits commerciaux; 47 p.: col. map; Descriptions of the products of Belgian Central Africa, written for the exposition by R.J. Bernardin.

Reel: 45, No. 12
After four centuries: the discovery of America to be commemorated by an international exposition at Chicago.

Chicago: Published for the Department of Publicity and Promotion. 1891

Reference No. 830; 1893-Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.; World's Columbian Exposition; 6 v. ([96] p.): maps; An announcement of the Columbian Exposition in English, French, Spanish, German, Swedish, and Danish.

Reel: 96, No. 17
Agricultural instructions for those who may emigrate to Brazil.

Rio de Janeiro: Imperial Instituto Artistico. 1875

Reference No. 257; 1876-Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.; United States Centennial International Exhibition; 121 p.: portrait, tables (some fold-out); A booklet by Nicolau Joaquim Moreira prepared at the request of the Brazilian commissioners for the Philadelphia exposition to promote Brazil's merits for agricultural production.

Reel: 45, No. 13
Agriculture and food products. Official catalogue of exhibitors.

San Francisco: Wahlgreen Company. 1915

Reference No. 1611; 1915-San Francisco, California, U.S.A.; Panama-Pacific International Exposition; 38 p.: ill., plans; Lists, with some description of exhibits in Department H, which covers farm equipment, animal products, forestry, and other areas.

Reel: 168, No. 12
The Ainu group at the Saint Louis exposition.

Chicago: Open Court Publishing Company. 1904

Reference No. 1358; 1904-St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A.; Louisiana Purchase Centennial International Exposition; 118 p.: ill.; An essay by Frederick Starr on the life and customs of the Ainu people of northern Japan as featured at the exposition.

Reel: 147, No. 8
Alameda County.

Oakland: Published for the Commissioners of Alameda County. 1904

Reference No. 1359; 1904-St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A.; Louisiana Purchase Centennial International Exposition; Its industries and environs; [58] p.: ill., map; A description of the commerce, industry, agriculture, schools, and towns of Alameda County, California.

Reel: 147, No. 9
The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition directory.

Seattle: Ivy Press. 1909

Reference No. 1582; 1909-Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.; Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition; 24 p.; Directory of exposition officials, trustees, foreign and domestic commissioners, and exhibitors.

Reel: 167, No. 6
Album de l'exposition de 1853.

Brussells: B. van der Kolk, Imprimerie de G. Stapleaux. n.d

Reference No. 67; 1853-Brussels, Belgium; Exposition d'art industriel; 1 folio v. (10 p., [6] plates): ill., tables; Description of the exposition, sponsored by the Association pour l'encouragement et le développement des arts industriels, lists of awards presented, and line drawings of objects that display decorative arts (gun stocks, chalices, doorways, etc.).

Reel: 12, No. 4
Album de l'exposition française ouverte à Londres le 17 mai 1890.

London: Editor of the Courrier de Londres et de l'Europe. 1890

Reference No. 790; 1890-London, England; British-French Exhibition; 192 p.: ill., maps; Drawings, photographs, documents, and descriptions of the exhibition.

Reel: 94, No. 9
Album de l'Exposition rétrospective des beaux-arts de Tours.

Tours: Georget-Joubert editeur. 1873

Reference No. 210; 1873-Tours, France; Exposition rétrospective des beaux-arts; 1 folio v. (xviii p., 61 plates); A portfolio of photographs, with descriptions, of art objects exhibited at Tours.

Reel: 34, No. 3
All about the midwinter fair.

San Francisco: W.B. Bancroft. 1894

Reference No. 1161; 1894-San Francisco, California, U.S.A.; California Midwinter International Exposition; vi, p. 115-95: ill., plan; A descriptive introduction for visitors to the San Francisco exposition.

Reel: 125, No. 18
All roads lead to Nashville.

Nashville: Published for the Bureau of Promotion and Publicity. 1897

Reference No. 1217; 1897-Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A.; Tennessee Centennial and International Exposition; 38 p.: ill.; A visitor's guide to Nashville and the exposition.

Reel: 127, No. 15
Alphabetical and classified lists of the trades of the United Kingdom, showing the number of the class or sub-class of the industrial sections in which the exhibitors' productions will be arranged.

London: Eyre and Spottiswoode. 1861

Reference No. 88; 1862-London, England; International Exhibition of 1862; 82 p.; Two lists of trades in Great Britain, one arranged alphabetically and the other by exhibition classification.

Reel: 14, No. 5
American anthropologist.

Reference No. 702; 1889-Paris, France; Exposition universelle de 1889; "Anthropology in Paris during the Exposition of 1889."; 3 (January 1890): 27-36.; An article by Otis T. Mason.

Reel: 81, No. 22
American anthropologist.

Reference No. 813; 1892-Madrid, Spain; Exposición Histórico-Americana [and] Exposición Histórico-Europea; "The Columbian Historical Exposition in Madrid."; (July 1893): 271-77.; Article by Walter Hough.

Reel: 96, No. 2
American antiquities at the World's Columbian Exposition.

n.p. n.d

Reference No. 831; 1893-Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.; World's Columbian Exposition; [3] p.; Offprint of an article by Harlan I. Smith on American Indian artifacts.

Reel: 97, No. 1
The American Exhibition of the arts, inventions, manufactures, products and resources of the United States.

n.p. n.d

Reference No. 659; 1887-London, England; American Exhibition; 15 p.; An announcement of the exhibition, including a discussion of reasons for holding it, lists of officers and committee members, members of "councils of welcome," and extracts from correspondence supporting the proposed event.

Reel: 80, No. 11
The American Exhibition of the arts, manufactures, products and resources of the United States of America.

London: Waterlow and Sons. 1884

Reference No. 660; 1887-London, England; American Exhibition; 28 p.; Extracts from official correspondence, letters to the executive commissioner, regulations for exhibitors and a list of exhibitors intending to participate in the exhibition.

Reel: 80, No. 12
The American Exhibition of the arts, manufactures, products and resources of the United States of America.

London: Waterlow and Sons. 1884

Reference No. 662; 1887-London, England; American Exhibition; 45 p.; Lists of exhibition officers and a brief description of exhibit plans.

Reel: 80, No. 14
The American Exhibition of the arts, manufactures, products, and resources of the United States of America.

London: Waterlow and Sons. 1884

Reference No. 661; 1887-London, England; American Exhibition; 39 p.; A later version of the following item, with additional names of commissioners and exhibitors and a section of comments from potential exhibitors.

Reel: 80, No. 13
American Exposition Berlin 1910.

New York: Published for the American Committee by the South Publishing Press. 1910

Reference No. 1596;[1910-Berlin, Germany]; [American Exposition] [never held]; 24 p.: ill., plan; Brief descriptions of the planned exposition with lists of exposition officials.

Reel: 167, No. 16
The American republic.

Chicago: John W. Iliff and Company. 1892

Reference No. 833; 1893-Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.; World's Columbian Exposition; 100 p.: ill., col. maps; Contains a section showing drawings of the proposed buildings for the exposition, although the bulk of the book consists of maps and descriptions of the individual states.

Reel: 97, No. 3
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
The American-Hispano pocket guide of the world's fair.

New York: Haurie-Emas. 1893

Reference No. 832; 1893-Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.; World's Columbian Exposition; 138 p., [16] p. of advertisements: ill., fold-out plans; A guide in English and Spanish, especially intended for foreign visitors.

Reel: 97, No. 2
The American's hand-book to Vienna and the exhibition.

Philadelphia: Porter and Coates. 1873

Reference No. 211; 1873-Vienna, Austria; Weltausstellung; 90 p., [1] plate, 38 p. of advertisements: ill., indexes; Intended to be a handy tourist guide for American visitors to the exhibition, written by C.W. DeBernardy.

Reel: 34, No. 4
Amtlicher Bericht über die Wiener Weltausstellung im Jahre 1873.

Brunswick: Druck und Verlag von Friedrich Vieweg und Sohn. 1874

Reference No. 212; 1873-Vienna, Austria; Weltausstellung; 3 v. in 5 pts. (xi, 808; xii, 912, [4]; xiii, 1,044, [1]; 526, [4]; viii, 686, [6] p.): tables; Reports of the Joint Commission of the German States to the Vienna exposition by C. Stölzel, Anton Springer, Carl Eugen Thiel, Carl Franz Deninger, Max Weigert, Carl B. Lorck, R. Weber, and others.

Reel: 35, No. 1, Vols. 1-2; 36, No. 1, Vol. 3
Amtlicher Katalog der Ausstellung des Deutschen Reiches.

Berlin: Druck der Königlichen Geheimen Ober-Hofbuchdruckerei (R.V. Decker). 1873

Reference No. 213; 1873-Vienna, Austria; Weltausstellung; xliv, 672 p.: tables, plans, index; A descriptive catalog, by T. Bödiker, of German exhibits prefaced by an account of the economy and resources of the new German state.

Reel: 37, No. 1
Anglo-Danish Exhibition.

London: William Clowes and Sons. 1888

Reference No. 684; 1888-London, England; Anglo-Danish Exhibition; Daily programme; [8] p.; Schedule of exhibition events.

Reel: 81, No. 4
Annals of horticulture in North America for the year 1893.

New York: Orange Judd Company. 1894

Reference No. 834; 1893-Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.; World's Columbian Exposition; vii, 172 p.: ill.; An account by L. H. Bailey of the horticultural exhibits.
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