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World's Fair of 1876 in Philadelphia

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In the United States, the first official World’s Fair was held in 1876 in Philadelphia for the centenary of the Declaration of Independence. It is called the Centennial Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the soil and mine, and takes place in Fairmount Park, near the Schuylkill River.

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World's Fair of 1876

In the United States, the first official World’s Fair was held in 1876 in Philadelphia for the centenary of the Declaration of Independence. It is called the Centennial Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the soil and mine, and takes place in Fairmount Park, near the Schuylkill River.With 35 countries invited, the event will feature the largest construction ever built at the time, the Main Exhibition Building, designed by Henry Pettit and Joseph M. Wilson. The interior is…

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World's Fair of 1876

In the United States, the first official World’s Fair was held in 1876 in Philadelphia for the centenary of the Declaration of Independence. It is called the Centennial Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the soil and mine, and takes place in Fairmount Park, near the Schuylkill River.With 35 countries invited, the event will feature the largest construction ever built at the time, the Main Exhibition Building, designed by Henry Pettit and Joseph M. Wilson. The interior is…

World's Fair of 1876 : Cabinet by Egisto Gajani, illustrated in Earl Shinn, The masterpieces of the Centennial international exhibition of Ancient Greek Words, Exhibition Building, Architectural Antiques, The Masterpiece, World's Fair, French Artists, Art Museum, Statue Of Liberty, Philadelphia

World's Fair of 1876

In the United States, the first official World’s Fair was held in 1876 in Philadelphia for the centenary of the Declaration of Independence. It is called the Centennial Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the soil and mine, and takes place in Fairmount Park, near the Schuylkill River.With 35 countries invited, the event will feature the largest construction ever built at the time, the Main Exhibition Building, designed by Henry Pettit and Joseph M. Wilson. The interior is…

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World's Fair of 1876

In the United States, the first official World’s Fair was held in 1876 in Philadelphia for the centenary of the Declaration of Independence. It is called the Centennial Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the soil and mine, and takes place in Fairmount Park, near the Schuylkill River.With 35 countries invited, the event will feature the largest construction ever built at the time, the Main Exhibition Building, designed by Henry Pettit and Joseph M. Wilson. The interior is…

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World's Fair of 1876

In the United States, the first official World’s Fair was held in 1876 in Philadelphia for the centenary of the Declaration of Independence. It is called the Centennial Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the soil and mine, and takes place in Fairmount Park, near the Schuylkill River.With 35 countries invited, the event will feature the largest construction ever built at the time, the Main Exhibition Building, designed by Henry Pettit and Joseph M. Wilson. The interior is…

World's Fair of 1876 : Bartholdi, Young Vine-Grower, Philadelphia, Drexel University. Ancient Greek Words, Exhibition Building, Architectural Antiques, World's Fair, French Artists, Art Museum, Philadelphia, Sculptures, University

World's Fair of 1876

In the United States, the first official World’s Fair was held in 1876 in Philadelphia for the centenary of the Declaration of Independence. It is called the Centennial Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the soil and mine, and takes place in Fairmount Park, near the Schuylkill River.With 35 countries invited, the event will feature the largest construction ever built at the time, the Main Exhibition Building, designed by Henry Pettit and Joseph M. Wilson. The interior is…

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World's Fair of 1876

In the United States, the first official World’s Fair was held in 1876 in Philadelphia for the centenary of the Declaration of Independence. It is called the Centennial Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the soil and mine, and takes place in Fairmount Park, near the Schuylkill River.With 35 countries invited, the event will feature the largest construction ever built at the time, the Main Exhibition Building, designed by Henry Pettit and Joseph M. Wilson. The interior is…

World's Fair of 1876 : “Smyrna” Carpet illustrated in Charles Norton, Treasures of Art, Industry and Manufacture, Getty Images. Art Industry, Ancient Greek Words, Exhibition Building, Architectural Antiques, World's Fair, French Artists, Philadelphia, City Photo, Carpet

World's Fair of 1876

In the United States, the first official World’s Fair was held in 1876 in Philadelphia for the centenary of the Declaration of Independence. It is called the Centennial Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the soil and mine, and takes place in Fairmount Park, near the Schuylkill River.With 35 countries invited, the event will feature the largest construction ever built at the time, the Main Exhibition Building, designed by Henry Pettit and Joseph M. Wilson. The interior is…

World's Fair of 1876 : Chinese Vase illustrated in Charles Norton, Treasures of Art, Industry and Manufacture, Art Industry, Ancient Greek Words, Exhibition Building, Architectural Antiques, World's Fair, French Artists, Art Museum, Philadelphia, Sculptures

World's Fair of 1876

In the United States, the first official World’s Fair was held in 1876 in Philadelphia for the centenary of the Declaration of Independence. It is called the Centennial Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the soil and mine, and takes place in Fairmount Park, near the Schuylkill River.With 35 countries invited, the event will feature the largest construction ever built at the time, the Main Exhibition Building, designed by Henry Pettit and Joseph M. Wilson. The interior is…

World's Fair of 1876 : Albert Louis Dammouse, Sevres Manufactory, “Carp” Plate presented in Philadelphia, Museum of Decorative Arts, Paris. Centre De Documentation, Ancient Greek Words, Exhibition Building, Carpe, Architectural Antiques, World's Fair, Porcelain Ceramics, French Artists, Art Decor

World's Fair of 1876

In the United States, the first official World’s Fair was held in 1876 in Philadelphia for the centenary of the Declaration of Independence. It is called the Centennial Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the soil and mine, and takes place in Fairmount Park, near the Schuylkill River.With 35 countries invited, the event will feature the largest construction ever built at the time, the Main Exhibition Building, designed by Henry Pettit and Joseph M. Wilson. The interior is…

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World's Fair of 1876

In the United States, the first official World’s Fair was held in 1876 in Philadelphia for the centenary of the Declaration of Independence. It is called the Centennial Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the soil and mine, and takes place in Fairmount Park, near the Schuylkill River.With 35 countries invited, the event will feature the largest construction ever built at the time, the Main Exhibition Building, designed by Henry Pettit and Joseph M. Wilson. The interior is…

World's Fair of 1876 : Egyptian display, photograph from Library of Congress, Washington. Philadelphia History, Historic Philadelphia, Ancient Greek Words, Exhibition Building, American Independence, Architectural Antiques, World's Fair, Library Of Congress, French Artists

World's Fair of 1876

In the United States, the first official World’s Fair was held in 1876 in Philadelphia for the centenary of the Declaration of Independence. It is called the Centennial Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the soil and mine, and takes place in Fairmount Park, near the Schuylkill River.With 35 countries invited, the event will feature the largest construction ever built at the time, the Main Exhibition Building, designed by Henry Pettit and Joseph M. Wilson. The interior is…

World's Fair of 1876 : Jules Dalou, Embroider, Petit Palais, Paris. Nogent Sur Seine, Ancient Greek Words, Exhibition Building, Roubaix, Architectural Antiques, World's Fair, Statue, French Artists, Art History

World's Fair of 1876

In the United States, the first official World’s Fair was held in 1876 in Philadelphia for the centenary of the Declaration of Independence. It is called the Centennial Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the soil and mine, and takes place in Fairmount Park, near the Schuylkill River.With 35 countries invited, the event will feature the largest construction ever built at the time, the Main Exhibition Building, designed by Henry Pettit and Joseph M. Wilson. The interior is…

World's Fair of 1876 : Limoges ceramics, illustrated in Charles Norton, Treasures of Art, Industry and Manufacture, Art Industry, Ancient Greek Words, Exhibition Building, Architectural Antiques, World's Fair, French Artists, Art Museum, Philadelphia, Sculptures

World's Fair of 1876

In the United States, the first official World’s Fair was held in 1876 in Philadelphia for the centenary of the Declaration of Independence. It is called the Centennial Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the soil and mine, and takes place in Fairmount Park, near the Schuylkill River.With 35 countries invited, the event will feature the largest construction ever built at the time, the Main Exhibition Building, designed by Henry Pettit and Joseph M. Wilson. The interior is…

World's Fair of 1876 : Fukagawa Yeizaemon, Vase presented in Philadelphia in Philadelphia Museum of Art. Ancient Greek Words, Exhibition Building, Philadelphia Museum Of Art, Architectural Antiques, World's Fair, French Artists, Art Museum, Sculptures, Vase

World's Fair of 1876

In the United States, the first official World’s Fair was held in 1876 in Philadelphia for the centenary of the Declaration of Independence. It is called the Centennial Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the soil and mine, and takes place in Fairmount Park, near the Schuylkill River.With 35 countries invited, the event will feature the largest construction ever built at the time, the Main Exhibition Building, designed by Henry Pettit and Joseph M. Wilson. The interior is…

World's Fair of 1876 : The Ohio House from the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia. Ohio House, Exhibition Building, Architectural Antiques, Exterior House Colors, World's Fair, Historic Homes, Old Houses, Philadelphia, Colonial

World's Fair of 1876

In the United States, the first official World’s Fair was held in 1876 in Philadelphia for the centenary of the Declaration of Independence. It is called the Centennial Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the soil and mine, and takes place in Fairmount Park, near the Schuylkill River.With 35 countries invited, the event will feature the largest construction ever built at the time, the Main Exhibition Building, designed by Henry Pettit and Joseph M. Wilson. The interior is…