New York at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis 1904 Report of the New York State Commission
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New York at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis 1904 Report of the New York State Commission
By DeLancey M. Ellis
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Table of Contents
  • NEW YORK
    • REPORT OF THE
      • [ILLUSTRATION]
    • [ILLUSTRATION]
    • REPORT
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
    • Table of Full Page Illustrations [this table did not appear in the original book]
  • CHAPTER I
    • HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE
      • NEGOTIATIONS FOR TRANSFER OF TERRITORY
        • ROBERT R. LIVINGSTON
        • ORIGIN OF THE EXPOSITION
        • ACTION BY CONGRESS
        • THE SITE
        • THE MAIN PICTURE
        • THE ARCHITECTURE
        • OTHER FEATURES
        • PROCESSES AS WELL AS PRODUCTS
        • DEDICATION CEREMONIES
        • THE FIRST DAY'S PROGRAM
        • ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT.
        • ADDRESS OF EX-PRESIDENT CLEVELAND
        • THE SECOND DAY'S PROGRAM
        • THE THIRD DAY'S PROGRAM
        • ADDRESS OF GOVERNOR ODELL
        • OPENING DAY
        • ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT HARRIMAN
        • BENEFICENT RESULTS
        • FAIR OFFICIALS FROM NEW YORK
        • CHIEFS OF EXHIBIT DEPARTMENTS
        • SCULPTORS
        • CONCLUSION
      • ROBERT R. LIVINGSTON
      • ORIGIN OF THE EXPOSITION
      • ACTION BY CONGRESS
      • THE SITE
      • THE MAIN PICTURE
      • THE ARCHITECTURE
      • OTHER FEATURES
      • PROCESSES AS WELL AS PRODUCTS
      • DEDICATION CEREMONIES
      • THE FIRST DAY'S PROGRAM
      • ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT.
      • ADDRESS OF EX-PRESIDENT CLEVELAND
      • THE SECOND DAY'S PROGRAM
      • THE THIRD DAY'S PROGRAM
      • ADDRESS OF GOVERNOR ODELL
      • OPENING DAY
      • ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT HARRIMAN
      • BENEFICENT RESULTS
      • FAIR OFFICIALS FROM NEW YORK
      • CHIEFS OF EXHIBIT DEPARTMENTS
      • SCULPTORS
      • CONCLUSION
      • CHAPTER II
        • THE COMMISSION
        • THE ORGANIZATION OF THE COMMISSION
        • BY-LAWS
        • A STATE BUILDING
        • THE ARCHITECT
        • THE CONTRACTORS
        • EMBELLISHMENT AND FURNISHING
        • THE COMPLETION OF THE BUILDING
        • PLANS FOR PARTICIPATION
        • CHAPTER 189, LAWS OF 1903
        • CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
        • CHIEFS OF DEPARTMENTS
        • APPROPRIATIONS FOR EXHIBITS
        • ASSISTANCE BY EXPOSITION OFFICERS
        • NEW YORK DAY
        • HISTORY OF THE EXPOSITION PERIOD
        • DISPOSITION OF EXHIBITS
        • ACKNOWLEDGMENT TO PRESIDENT FRANCIS AND OTHERS
        • COMMENDATION FOR STAFF
      • THE COMMISSION
      • THE ORGANIZATION OF THE COMMISSION
      • BY-LAWS
      • A STATE BUILDING
      • THE ARCHITECT
      • THE CONTRACTORS
      • EMBELLISHMENT AND FURNISHING
      • THE COMPLETION OF THE BUILDING
      • PLANS FOR PARTICIPATION
      • CHAPTER 189, LAWS OF 1903
      • CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
      • CHIEFS OF DEPARTMENTS
      • APPROPRIATIONS FOR EXHIBITS
      • ASSISTANCE BY EXPOSITION OFFICERS
      • NEW YORK DAY
      • HISTORY OF THE EXPOSITION PERIOD
      • DISPOSITION OF EXHIBITS
      • ACKNOWLEDGMENT TO PRESIDENT FRANCIS AND OTHERS
      • COMMENDATION FOR STAFF
      • CHAPTER III
        • THE SITE
        • TRANSFER OF SITE TO THE STATE
        • REMARKS OF PRESIDENT FRANCIS
        • REMARKS OF COMMISSIONER STEWART
        • ADDRESS OF COMMISSIONER CALLANAN
        • DEDICATION OF THE SITE
        • ADDRESS BY VICE-PRESIDENT BERRI
        • OPENING OF THE BUILDING
        • THE ARCHITECTURE
        • MURAL DECORATIONS
        • OFFICES OF THE COMMISSION
        • THE SCULPTURE
        • THE LIGHTING
        • THE FURNISHINGS
        • THE ARCHITECT
        • THE RESTAURANT
        • THE ORGAN
        • THE PIANO
        • THE STAFF
      • THE SITE
      • TRANSFER OF SITE TO THE STATE
      • REMARKS OF PRESIDENT FRANCIS
      • REMARKS OF COMMISSIONER STEWART
      • ADDRESS OF COMMISSIONER CALLANAN
      • DEDICATION OF THE SITE
      • ADDRESS BY VICE-PRESIDENT BERRI
      • OPENING OF THE BUILDING
      • THE ARCHITECTURE
      • MURAL DECORATIONS
      • OFFICES OF THE COMMISSION
      • THE SCULPTURE
      • THE LIGHTING
      • THE FURNISHINGS
      • THE ARCHITECT
      • THE RESTAURANT
      • THE ORGAN
      • THE PIANO
      • THE STAFF
      • CHAPTER IV
      • CHAPTER V
        • PROGRAM FOR DEDICATION DAY
        • THE FORMAL EXERCISES
        • ADDRESS OF GOVERNOR ODELL
      • PROGRAM FOR DEDICATION DAY
      • THE FORMAL EXERCISES
      • ADDRESS OF GOVERNOR ODELL
      • CHAPTER VI
        • NEW YORK CITY DAY
        • SERENADE TO GOVERNOR ODELL
        • PROGRAM FOR NEW YORK STATE DAY
        • THE GARDE REPUBLICAINE BAND
        • THE FORMAL EXERCISES
        • ADDRESS OF COLONEL BILL
        • ADDRESS OF JUDGE FERRISS
        • ADDRESS OF GOVERNOR ODELL
        • THE EVENING RECEPTION
        • THE RECEIVING PARTY
        • CONCLUDING FUNCTION
      • NEW YORK CITY DAY
      • SERENADE TO GOVERNOR ODELL
      • PROGRAM FOR NEW YORK STATE DAY
      • THE GARDE REPUBLICAINE BAND
      • THE FORMAL EXERCISES
      • ADDRESS OF COLONEL BILL
      • ADDRESS OF JUDGE FERRISS
      • ADDRESS OF GOVERNOR ODELL
      • THE EVENING RECEPTION
      • THE RECEIVING PARTY
      • CONCLUDING FUNCTION
      • CHAPTER VII
        • THE PROGRAM
        • COLONEL HESTER'S REMARKS
        • SPEECH OF MAJOR COLLINS
        • ADDRESS OF EX-MAYOR SCHIEREN
        • ORATION OF MR. PETERS
        • POEM OF DR. SNOW
        • THE LUNCHEON
        • THE COMMITTEES
        • THE EVENING RECEPTION
      • THE PROGRAM
      • COLONEL HESTER'S REMARKS
      • SPEECH OF MAJOR COLLINS
      • ADDRESS OF EX-MAYOR SCHIEREN
      • ORATION OF MR. PETERS
      • POEM OF DR. SNOW
      • THE LUNCHEON
      • THE COMMITTEES
      • THE EVENING RECEPTION
      • CHAPTER VIII
        • REMARKS BY MR. BERRI
        • RESPONSE BY MRS. MACK
        • OTHER SPEAKERS
        • PRESENTATION TO SECRETARY BALL
        • POEM BY MRS. LYON
        • LANTERN SLIDES
      • REMARKS BY MR. BERRI
      • RESPONSE BY MRS. MACK
      • OTHER SPEAKERS
      • PRESENTATION TO SECRETARY BALL
      • POEM BY MRS. LYON
      • LANTERN SLIDES
      • CHAPTER IX
        • THE EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT
        • THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
        • APPOINTMENT OF DIRECTOR
        • ADVISORY COMMITTEE
        • PLANS PRESENTED BEFORE EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
        • LOCATION OF THE EXHIBIT
        • EXHIBIT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
        • THE INSTALLATION
        • SCOPE OF THE EXHIBIT
        • PLAN OF ARRANGEMENT
        • EXHIBIT DIVISIONS
        • SPECIAL FEATURES
        • SIGNIFICANCE OF SOME CITY EXHIBITS
        • EDITORIAL COMMENT
        • DISPOSITION OF MATERIAL
        • ITEMS OF EXPENDITURE
        • THE STAFF
        • GROUP ONE
        • GROUP TWO
        • GROUP THREE
        • GROUP FOUR
        • GROUP FIVE
        • GROUP SIX
        • GROUP SEVEN
        • GROUP EIGHT
      • THE EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT
      • THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
      • APPOINTMENT OF DIRECTOR
      • ADVISORY COMMITTEE
      • PLANS PRESENTED BEFORE EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
      • LOCATION OF THE EXHIBIT
      • EXHIBIT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
      • THE INSTALLATION
      • SCOPE OF THE EXHIBIT
      • PLAN OF ARRANGEMENT
      • EXHIBIT DIVISIONS
      • SPECIAL FEATURES
      • SIGNIFICANCE OF SOME CITY EXHIBITS
      • EDITORIAL COMMENT
      • DISPOSITION OF MATERIAL
      • ITEMS OF EXPENDITURE
      • THE STAFF
      • GROUP ONE
      • GROUP TWO
      • GROUP THREE
      • GROUP FOUR
      • GROUP FIVE
      • GROUP SIX
      • GROUP SEVEN
      • GROUP EIGHT
      • CHAPTER X
        • THE FINE ARTS EXHIBIT
        • WAYS AND MEANS
        • EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ON ART
        • CAREFUL SELECTION OF MATERIAL
        • A REPRESENTATIVE EXHIBIT
        • ADVISORY COMMITTEES
        • GROUP NINE
        • GROUP TEN
        • GROUP ELEVEN
        • GROUP TWELVE
        • GROUP FOURTEEN
        • RECAPITULATION
        • THE INTERNATIONAL JURY
        • LOAN COLLECTION OF PAINTINGS
      • THE FINE ARTS EXHIBIT
      • WAYS AND MEANS
      • EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ON ART
      • CAREFUL SELECTION OF MATERIAL
      • A REPRESENTATIVE EXHIBIT
      • ADVISORY COMMITTEES
      • GROUP NINE
      • GROUP TEN
      • GROUP ELEVEN
      • GROUP TWELVE
      • GROUP FOURTEEN
      • RECAPITULATION
      • THE INTERNATIONAL JURY
      • LOAN COLLECTION OF PAINTINGS
      • CHAPTER XI
        • AGRICULTURE AND LIVE STOCK EXHIBIT
        • SCOPE OF EXHIBIT
        • LABELING EACH SPECIMEN
        • CONTINUOUS DISPLAY OF VEGETABLES
        • AWARDS
        • GROUP EIGHTY-FOUR
      • AGRICULTURE AND LIVE STOCK EXHIBIT
      • SCOPE OF EXHIBIT
      • LABELING EACH SPECIMEN
      • CONTINUOUS DISPLAY OF VEGETABLES
      • AWARDS
      • GROUP EIGHTY-FOUR
      • GROUPS EIGHTY-FIVE, NINETY-ONE AND NINETY-TWO
      • CHAPTER XII
        • HORTICULTURE EXHIBIT
        • METHODS OF SOLICITING FRUIT
        • LOCATION OF EXHIBIT
        • THE INSTALLATION
        • A WORD OF COMMENDATION
        • A HIGH STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE
        • RECORD OF ENTRIES
        • APPLES
        • GRAPES
        • PEARS
        • PLUMS
        • CHERRIES
        • PEACHES
        • QUINCES
        • CURRANTS
        • GOOSEBERRIES
        • STRAWBERRIES
        • PLANTS AND FLOWERS
        • SOME GRATIFYING COMPARISONS
        • THE STAFF
        • AWARDS
        • GROUP ONE HUNDRED SEVEN
        • GROUP ONE HUNDRED EIGHT
      • HORTICULTURE EXHIBIT
      • METHODS OF SOLICITING FRUIT
      • LOCATION OF EXHIBIT
      • THE INSTALLATION
      • A WORD OF COMMENDATION
      • A HIGH STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE
      • RECORD OF ENTRIES
      • APPLES
      • GRAPES
      • PEARS
      • PLUMS
      • CHERRIES
      • PEACHES
      • QUINCES
      • CURRANTS
      • GOOSEBERRIES
      • STRAWBERRIES
      • PLANTS AND FLOWERS
      • SOME GRATIFYING COMPARISONS
      • THE STAFF
      • AWARDS
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED SEVEN
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED EIGHT
      • CHAPTER XIII
        • FOREST, FISH AND GAME EXHIBIT
        • A SPORTSMAN'S CAMP
        • CONSTRUCTION OF THE CAMP
        • THE FURNITURE
        • ATTRACTIVE FEATURES
        • WALL DECORATIONS
        • HUNTING AND FISHING OUTFIT
        • BALSAM PILLOWS
        • FIRE NOTICE
        • ANIMALS AND BIRDS
        • SONG AND PERCHING BIRDS
        • GAME BIRDS
        • FUR AND GAME ANIMALS
        • RARE SPECIES
        • FISH
        • GENERAL NOMENCLATURE
        • FORESTRY
        • A FOREST NURSERY
        • FORESTRY TOOLS AND INSTRUMENTS
        • INSECTS AFFECTING FOREST AND SHADE TREES
        • COLORED PLATES
        • SPECIMENS OF NATIVE WOODS
        • LABELING OF SPECIMENS
        • WOOD PULP
        • BY-PRODUCTS OF THE FOREST
        • SUMMER RESORTS
        • AN OPEN HUNTING CAMP
        • DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE
        • THE ROSTER
        • AWARDS
        • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTEEN
        • GROUP ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-ONE
        • GROUP ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-TWO
        • SOME SURPRISING FACTS
      • FOREST, FISH AND GAME EXHIBIT
      • A SPORTSMAN'S CAMP
      • CONSTRUCTION OF THE CAMP
      • THE FURNITURE
      • ATTRACTIVE FEATURES
      • WALL DECORATIONS
      • HUNTING AND FISHING OUTFIT
      • BALSAM PILLOWS
      • FIRE NOTICE
      • ANIMALS AND BIRDS
      • SONG AND PERCHING BIRDS
      • GAME BIRDS
      • FUR AND GAME ANIMALS
      • RARE SPECIES
      • FISH
      • GENERAL NOMENCLATURE
      • FORESTRY
      • A FOREST NURSERY
      • FORESTRY TOOLS AND INSTRUMENTS
      • INSECTS AFFECTING FOREST AND SHADE TREES
      • COLORED PLATES
      • SPECIMENS OF NATIVE WOODS
      • LABELING OF SPECIMENS
      • WOOD PULP
      • BY-PRODUCTS OF THE FOREST
      • SUMMER RESORTS
      • AN OPEN HUNTING CAMP
      • DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE
      • THE ROSTER
      • AWARDS
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTEEN
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-ONE
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-TWO
      • SOME SURPRISING FACTS
      • CHAPTER XIV
        • SCOPE OF EXHIBIT
        • INSTALLATION
        • IRON
        • MAGNETITE
        • HEMATITES
        • MAGNETIC SEPARATOR
        • LEAD
        • NON-METALLIC MINERALS
        • GRANITES
        • MARBLES
        • LIMESTONES
        • SANDSTONES
        • SLATE
        • CEMENT
        • GYPSUM
        • SALT
        • SOLVAY PROCESS COMPANY
        • USEFUL MINERALS
        • GRAPHITE
        • MUSEUM PUBLICATIONS
        • PALEONTOLOGY
        • SPECIAL FEATURES
        • CLAYS
        • PETROLEUM
      • SCOPE OF EXHIBIT
      • INSTALLATION
      • IRON
      • MAGNETITE
      • HEMATITES
      • MAGNETIC SEPARATOR
      • LEAD
      • NON-METALLIC MINERALS
      • GRANITES
      • MARBLES
      • LIMESTONES
      • SANDSTONES
      • SLATE
      • CEMENT
      • GYPSUM
      • SALT
      • SOLVAY PROCESS COMPANY
      • USEFUL MINERALS
      • GRAPHITE
      • MUSEUM PUBLICATIONS
      • PALEONTOLOGY
      • SPECIAL FEATURES
      • CLAYS
      • PETROLEUM
      • CHAPTER XV
        • APPROPRIATIONS
        • PREPARATION OF EXHIBITS
        • PLAN OF ARRANGEMENT
        • STATE COMMISSION IN LUNACY
        • STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES
        • STATE DEPARTMENT OF PRISONS
        • STATE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
        • STATE DEPARTMENT OF EXCISE
        • STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
        • CRAIG COLONY
        • MISCELLANEOUS EXHIBITS
        • GROUP ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-NINE
        • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY
        • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-ONE
        • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-TWO
        • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-FIVE
        • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-SIX
        • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN
        • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-EIGHT
        • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-NINE
        • GROUP ONE HUNDRED FORTY
        • GROUP ONE HUNDRED FORTY-ONE
        • THE FOLLOWING IS A RECAPITULATION OF THE AWARDS MADE TO THE STATE OF NEW YORK IN THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL ECONOMY.
      • APPROPRIATIONS
      • PREPARATION OF EXHIBITS
      • PLAN OF ARRANGEMENT
      • STATE COMMISSION IN LUNACY
      • STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES
      • STATE DEPARTMENT OF PRISONS
      • STATE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
      • STATE DEPARTMENT OF EXCISE
      • STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
      • CRAIG COLONY
      • MISCELLANEOUS EXHIBITS
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-NINE
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-ONE
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-TWO
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-FIVE
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-SIX
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-EIGHT
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-NINE
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED FORTY
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED FORTY-ONE
      • THE FOLLOWING IS A RECAPITULATION OF THE AWARDS MADE TO THE STATE OF NEW YORK IN THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL ECONOMY.
      • CHAPTER XVI
        • GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
        • NEW YORK STATE BUILDING, CONSTRUCTION
        • NEW YORK STATE BUILDING, MAINTENANCE
        • EDUCATION
        • FINE ARTS
        • AGRICULTURE AND LIVE STOCK
        • HORTICULTURE
        • FOREST, FISH AND GAME
        • MINES AND METALLURGY
        • SOCIAL ECONOMY
        • SUMMARY
      • GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
      • NEW YORK STATE BUILDING, CONSTRUCTION
      • NEW YORK STATE BUILDING, MAINTENANCE
      • EDUCATION
      • FINE ARTS
      • AGRICULTURE AND LIVE STOCK
      • HORTICULTURE
      • FOREST, FISH AND GAME
      • MINES AND METALLURGY
      • SOCIAL ECONOMY
      • SUMMARY
    • NEGOTIATIONS FOR TRANSFER OF TERRITORY
      • ROBERT R. LIVINGSTON
      • ORIGIN OF THE EXPOSITION
      • ACTION BY CONGRESS
      • THE SITE
      • THE MAIN PICTURE
      • THE ARCHITECTURE
      • OTHER FEATURES
      • PROCESSES AS WELL AS PRODUCTS
      • DEDICATION CEREMONIES
      • THE FIRST DAY'S PROGRAM
      • ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT.
      • ADDRESS OF EX-PRESIDENT CLEVELAND
      • THE SECOND DAY'S PROGRAM
      • THE THIRD DAY'S PROGRAM
      • ADDRESS OF GOVERNOR ODELL
      • OPENING DAY
      • ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT HARRIMAN
      • BENEFICENT RESULTS
      • FAIR OFFICIALS FROM NEW YORK
      • CHIEFS OF EXHIBIT DEPARTMENTS
      • SCULPTORS
      • CONCLUSION
    • ROBERT R. LIVINGSTON
    • ORIGIN OF THE EXPOSITION
    • ACTION BY CONGRESS
    • THE SITE
    • THE MAIN PICTURE
    • THE ARCHITECTURE
    • OTHER FEATURES
    • PROCESSES AS WELL AS PRODUCTS
    • DEDICATION CEREMONIES
    • THE FIRST DAY'S PROGRAM
    • ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT.
    • ADDRESS OF EX-PRESIDENT CLEVELAND
    • THE SECOND DAY'S PROGRAM
    • THE THIRD DAY'S PROGRAM
    • ADDRESS OF GOVERNOR ODELL
    • OPENING DAY
    • ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT HARRIMAN
    • BENEFICENT RESULTS
    • FAIR OFFICIALS FROM NEW YORK
    • CHIEFS OF EXHIBIT DEPARTMENTS
    • SCULPTORS
    • CONCLUSION
    • CHAPTER II
      • THE COMMISSION
      • THE ORGANIZATION OF THE COMMISSION
      • BY-LAWS
      • A STATE BUILDING
      • THE ARCHITECT
      • THE CONTRACTORS
      • EMBELLISHMENT AND FURNISHING
      • THE COMPLETION OF THE BUILDING
      • PLANS FOR PARTICIPATION
      • CHAPTER 189, LAWS OF 1903
      • CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
      • CHIEFS OF DEPARTMENTS
      • APPROPRIATIONS FOR EXHIBITS
      • ASSISTANCE BY EXPOSITION OFFICERS
      • NEW YORK DAY
      • HISTORY OF THE EXPOSITION PERIOD
      • DISPOSITION OF EXHIBITS
      • ACKNOWLEDGMENT TO PRESIDENT FRANCIS AND OTHERS
      • COMMENDATION FOR STAFF
    • THE COMMISSION
    • THE ORGANIZATION OF THE COMMISSION
    • BY-LAWS
    • A STATE BUILDING
    • THE ARCHITECT
    • THE CONTRACTORS
    • EMBELLISHMENT AND FURNISHING
    • THE COMPLETION OF THE BUILDING
    • PLANS FOR PARTICIPATION
    • CHAPTER 189, LAWS OF 1903
    • CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
    • CHIEFS OF DEPARTMENTS
    • APPROPRIATIONS FOR EXHIBITS
    • ASSISTANCE BY EXPOSITION OFFICERS
    • NEW YORK DAY
    • HISTORY OF THE EXPOSITION PERIOD
    • DISPOSITION OF EXHIBITS
    • ACKNOWLEDGMENT TO PRESIDENT FRANCIS AND OTHERS
    • COMMENDATION FOR STAFF
    • CHAPTER III
      • THE SITE
      • TRANSFER OF SITE TO THE STATE
      • REMARKS OF PRESIDENT FRANCIS
      • REMARKS OF COMMISSIONER STEWART
      • ADDRESS OF COMMISSIONER CALLANAN
      • DEDICATION OF THE SITE
      • ADDRESS BY VICE-PRESIDENT BERRI
      • OPENING OF THE BUILDING
      • THE ARCHITECTURE
      • MURAL DECORATIONS
      • OFFICES OF THE COMMISSION
      • THE SCULPTURE
      • THE LIGHTING
      • THE FURNISHINGS
      • THE ARCHITECT
      • THE RESTAURANT
      • THE ORGAN
      • THE PIANO
      • THE STAFF
    • THE SITE
    • TRANSFER OF SITE TO THE STATE
    • REMARKS OF PRESIDENT FRANCIS
    • REMARKS OF COMMISSIONER STEWART
    • ADDRESS OF COMMISSIONER CALLANAN
    • DEDICATION OF THE SITE
    • ADDRESS BY VICE-PRESIDENT BERRI
    • OPENING OF THE BUILDING
    • THE ARCHITECTURE
    • MURAL DECORATIONS
    • OFFICES OF THE COMMISSION
    • THE SCULPTURE
    • THE LIGHTING
    • THE FURNISHINGS
    • THE ARCHITECT
    • THE RESTAURANT
    • THE ORGAN
    • THE PIANO
    • THE STAFF
    • CHAPTER IV
    • CHAPTER V
      • PROGRAM FOR DEDICATION DAY
      • THE FORMAL EXERCISES
      • ADDRESS OF GOVERNOR ODELL
    • PROGRAM FOR DEDICATION DAY
    • THE FORMAL EXERCISES
    • ADDRESS OF GOVERNOR ODELL
    • CHAPTER VI
      • NEW YORK CITY DAY
      • SERENADE TO GOVERNOR ODELL
      • PROGRAM FOR NEW YORK STATE DAY
      • THE GARDE REPUBLICAINE BAND
      • THE FORMAL EXERCISES
      • ADDRESS OF COLONEL BILL
      • ADDRESS OF JUDGE FERRISS
      • ADDRESS OF GOVERNOR ODELL
      • THE EVENING RECEPTION
      • THE RECEIVING PARTY
      • CONCLUDING FUNCTION
    • NEW YORK CITY DAY
    • SERENADE TO GOVERNOR ODELL
    • PROGRAM FOR NEW YORK STATE DAY
    • THE GARDE REPUBLICAINE BAND
    • THE FORMAL EXERCISES
    • ADDRESS OF COLONEL BILL
    • ADDRESS OF JUDGE FERRISS
    • ADDRESS OF GOVERNOR ODELL
    • THE EVENING RECEPTION
    • THE RECEIVING PARTY
    • CONCLUDING FUNCTION
    • CHAPTER VII
      • THE PROGRAM
      • COLONEL HESTER'S REMARKS
      • SPEECH OF MAJOR COLLINS
      • ADDRESS OF EX-MAYOR SCHIEREN
      • ORATION OF MR. PETERS
      • POEM OF DR. SNOW
      • THE LUNCHEON
      • THE COMMITTEES
      • THE EVENING RECEPTION
    • THE PROGRAM
    • COLONEL HESTER'S REMARKS
    • SPEECH OF MAJOR COLLINS
    • ADDRESS OF EX-MAYOR SCHIEREN
    • ORATION OF MR. PETERS
    • POEM OF DR. SNOW
    • THE LUNCHEON
    • THE COMMITTEES
    • THE EVENING RECEPTION
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • REMARKS BY MR. BERRI
      • RESPONSE BY MRS. MACK
      • OTHER SPEAKERS
      • PRESENTATION TO SECRETARY BALL
      • POEM BY MRS. LYON
      • LANTERN SLIDES
    • REMARKS BY MR. BERRI
    • RESPONSE BY MRS. MACK
    • OTHER SPEAKERS
    • PRESENTATION TO SECRETARY BALL
    • POEM BY MRS. LYON
    • LANTERN SLIDES
    • CHAPTER IX
      • THE EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT
      • THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
      • APPOINTMENT OF DIRECTOR
      • ADVISORY COMMITTEE
      • PLANS PRESENTED BEFORE EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
      • LOCATION OF THE EXHIBIT
      • EXHIBIT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
      • THE INSTALLATION
      • SCOPE OF THE EXHIBIT
      • PLAN OF ARRANGEMENT
      • EXHIBIT DIVISIONS
      • SPECIAL FEATURES
      • SIGNIFICANCE OF SOME CITY EXHIBITS
      • EDITORIAL COMMENT
      • DISPOSITION OF MATERIAL
      • ITEMS OF EXPENDITURE
      • THE STAFF
      • GROUP ONE
      • GROUP TWO
      • GROUP THREE
      • GROUP FOUR
      • GROUP FIVE
      • GROUP SIX
      • GROUP SEVEN
      • GROUP EIGHT
    • THE EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT
    • THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
    • APPOINTMENT OF DIRECTOR
    • ADVISORY COMMITTEE
    • PLANS PRESENTED BEFORE EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
    • LOCATION OF THE EXHIBIT
    • EXHIBIT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
    • THE INSTALLATION
    • SCOPE OF THE EXHIBIT
    • PLAN OF ARRANGEMENT
    • EXHIBIT DIVISIONS
    • SPECIAL FEATURES
    • SIGNIFICANCE OF SOME CITY EXHIBITS
    • EDITORIAL COMMENT
    • DISPOSITION OF MATERIAL
    • ITEMS OF EXPENDITURE
    • THE STAFF
    • GROUP ONE
    • GROUP TWO
    • GROUP THREE
    • GROUP FOUR
    • GROUP FIVE
    • GROUP SIX
    • GROUP SEVEN
    • GROUP EIGHT
    • CHAPTER X
      • THE FINE ARTS EXHIBIT
      • WAYS AND MEANS
      • EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ON ART
      • CAREFUL SELECTION OF MATERIAL
      • A REPRESENTATIVE EXHIBIT
      • ADVISORY COMMITTEES
      • GROUP NINE
      • GROUP TEN
      • GROUP ELEVEN
      • GROUP TWELVE
      • GROUP FOURTEEN
      • RECAPITULATION
      • THE INTERNATIONAL JURY
      • LOAN COLLECTION OF PAINTINGS
    • THE FINE ARTS EXHIBIT
    • WAYS AND MEANS
    • EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ON ART
    • CAREFUL SELECTION OF MATERIAL
    • A REPRESENTATIVE EXHIBIT
    • ADVISORY COMMITTEES
    • GROUP NINE
    • GROUP TEN
    • GROUP ELEVEN
    • GROUP TWELVE
    • GROUP FOURTEEN
    • RECAPITULATION
    • THE INTERNATIONAL JURY
    • LOAN COLLECTION OF PAINTINGS
    • CHAPTER XI
      • AGRICULTURE AND LIVE STOCK EXHIBIT
      • SCOPE OF EXHIBIT
      • LABELING EACH SPECIMEN
      • CONTINUOUS DISPLAY OF VEGETABLES
      • AWARDS
      • GROUP EIGHTY-FOUR
    • AGRICULTURE AND LIVE STOCK EXHIBIT
    • SCOPE OF EXHIBIT
    • LABELING EACH SPECIMEN
    • CONTINUOUS DISPLAY OF VEGETABLES
    • AWARDS
    • GROUP EIGHTY-FOUR
    • GROUPS EIGHTY-FIVE, NINETY-ONE AND NINETY-TWO
    • CHAPTER XII
      • HORTICULTURE EXHIBIT
      • METHODS OF SOLICITING FRUIT
      • LOCATION OF EXHIBIT
      • THE INSTALLATION
      • A WORD OF COMMENDATION
      • A HIGH STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE
      • RECORD OF ENTRIES
      • APPLES
      • GRAPES
      • PEARS
      • PLUMS
      • CHERRIES
      • PEACHES
      • QUINCES
      • CURRANTS
      • GOOSEBERRIES
      • STRAWBERRIES
      • PLANTS AND FLOWERS
      • SOME GRATIFYING COMPARISONS
      • THE STAFF
      • AWARDS
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED SEVEN
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED EIGHT
    • HORTICULTURE EXHIBIT
    • METHODS OF SOLICITING FRUIT
    • LOCATION OF EXHIBIT
    • THE INSTALLATION
    • A WORD OF COMMENDATION
    • A HIGH STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE
    • RECORD OF ENTRIES
    • APPLES
    • GRAPES
    • PEARS
    • PLUMS
    • CHERRIES
    • PEACHES
    • QUINCES
    • CURRANTS
    • GOOSEBERRIES
    • STRAWBERRIES
    • PLANTS AND FLOWERS
    • SOME GRATIFYING COMPARISONS
    • THE STAFF
    • AWARDS
    • GROUP ONE HUNDRED SEVEN
    • GROUP ONE HUNDRED EIGHT
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • FOREST, FISH AND GAME EXHIBIT
      • A SPORTSMAN'S CAMP
      • CONSTRUCTION OF THE CAMP
      • THE FURNITURE
      • ATTRACTIVE FEATURES
      • WALL DECORATIONS
      • HUNTING AND FISHING OUTFIT
      • BALSAM PILLOWS
      • FIRE NOTICE
      • ANIMALS AND BIRDS
      • SONG AND PERCHING BIRDS
      • GAME BIRDS
      • FUR AND GAME ANIMALS
      • RARE SPECIES
      • FISH
      • GENERAL NOMENCLATURE
      • FORESTRY
      • A FOREST NURSERY
      • FORESTRY TOOLS AND INSTRUMENTS
      • INSECTS AFFECTING FOREST AND SHADE TREES
      • COLORED PLATES
      • SPECIMENS OF NATIVE WOODS
      • LABELING OF SPECIMENS
      • WOOD PULP
      • BY-PRODUCTS OF THE FOREST
      • SUMMER RESORTS
      • AN OPEN HUNTING CAMP
      • DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE
      • THE ROSTER
      • AWARDS
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTEEN
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-ONE
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-TWO
      • SOME SURPRISING FACTS
    • FOREST, FISH AND GAME EXHIBIT
    • A SPORTSMAN'S CAMP
    • CONSTRUCTION OF THE CAMP
    • THE FURNITURE
    • ATTRACTIVE FEATURES
    • WALL DECORATIONS
    • HUNTING AND FISHING OUTFIT
    • BALSAM PILLOWS
    • FIRE NOTICE
    • ANIMALS AND BIRDS
    • SONG AND PERCHING BIRDS
    • GAME BIRDS
    • FUR AND GAME ANIMALS
    • RARE SPECIES
    • FISH
    • GENERAL NOMENCLATURE
    • FORESTRY
    • A FOREST NURSERY
    • FORESTRY TOOLS AND INSTRUMENTS
    • INSECTS AFFECTING FOREST AND SHADE TREES
    • COLORED PLATES
    • SPECIMENS OF NATIVE WOODS
    • LABELING OF SPECIMENS
    • WOOD PULP
    • BY-PRODUCTS OF THE FOREST
    • SUMMER RESORTS
    • AN OPEN HUNTING CAMP
    • DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE
    • THE ROSTER
    • AWARDS
    • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTEEN
    • GROUP ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-ONE
    • GROUP ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-TWO
    • SOME SURPRISING FACTS
    • CHAPTER XIV
      • SCOPE OF EXHIBIT
      • INSTALLATION
      • IRON
      • MAGNETITE
      • HEMATITES
      • MAGNETIC SEPARATOR
      • LEAD
      • NON-METALLIC MINERALS
      • GRANITES
      • MARBLES
      • LIMESTONES
      • SANDSTONES
      • SLATE
      • CEMENT
      • GYPSUM
      • SALT
      • SOLVAY PROCESS COMPANY
      • USEFUL MINERALS
      • GRAPHITE
      • MUSEUM PUBLICATIONS
      • PALEONTOLOGY
      • SPECIAL FEATURES
      • CLAYS
      • PETROLEUM
    • SCOPE OF EXHIBIT
    • INSTALLATION
    • IRON
    • MAGNETITE
    • HEMATITES
    • MAGNETIC SEPARATOR
    • LEAD
    • NON-METALLIC MINERALS
    • GRANITES
    • MARBLES
    • LIMESTONES
    • SANDSTONES
    • SLATE
    • CEMENT
    • GYPSUM
    • SALT
    • SOLVAY PROCESS COMPANY
    • USEFUL MINERALS
    • GRAPHITE
    • MUSEUM PUBLICATIONS
    • PALEONTOLOGY
    • SPECIAL FEATURES
    • CLAYS
    • PETROLEUM
    • CHAPTER XV
      • APPROPRIATIONS
      • PREPARATION OF EXHIBITS
      • PLAN OF ARRANGEMENT
      • STATE COMMISSION IN LUNACY
      • STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES
      • STATE DEPARTMENT OF PRISONS
      • STATE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
      • STATE DEPARTMENT OF EXCISE
      • STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
      • CRAIG COLONY
      • MISCELLANEOUS EXHIBITS
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-NINE
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-ONE
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-TWO
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-FIVE
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-SIX
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-EIGHT
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-NINE
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED FORTY
      • GROUP ONE HUNDRED FORTY-ONE
      • THE FOLLOWING IS A RECAPITULATION OF THE AWARDS MADE TO THE STATE OF NEW YORK IN THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL ECONOMY.
    • APPROPRIATIONS
    • PREPARATION OF EXHIBITS
    • PLAN OF ARRANGEMENT
    • STATE COMMISSION IN LUNACY
    • STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES
    • STATE DEPARTMENT OF PRISONS
    • STATE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
    • STATE DEPARTMENT OF EXCISE
    • STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
    • CRAIG COLONY
    • MISCELLANEOUS EXHIBITS
    • GROUP ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-NINE
    • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY
    • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-ONE
    • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-TWO
    • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-FIVE
    • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-SIX
    • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-SEVEN
    • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-EIGHT
    • GROUP ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-NINE
    • GROUP ONE HUNDRED FORTY
    • GROUP ONE HUNDRED FORTY-ONE
    • THE FOLLOWING IS A RECAPITULATION OF THE AWARDS MADE TO THE STATE OF NEW YORK IN THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL ECONOMY.
    • CHAPTER XVI
      • GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
      • NEW YORK STATE BUILDING, CONSTRUCTION
      • NEW YORK STATE BUILDING, MAINTENANCE
      • EDUCATION
      • FINE ARTS
      • AGRICULTURE AND LIVE STOCK
      • HORTICULTURE
      • FOREST, FISH AND GAME
      • MINES AND METALLURGY
      • SOCIAL ECONOMY
      • SUMMARY
    • GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
    • NEW YORK STATE BUILDING, CONSTRUCTION
    • NEW YORK STATE BUILDING, MAINTENANCE
    • EDUCATION
    • FINE ARTS
    • AGRICULTURE AND LIVE STOCK
    • HORTICULTURE
    • FOREST, FISH AND GAME
    • MINES AND METALLURGY
    • SOCIAL ECONOMY
    • SUMMARY
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