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The Book of the Fair: The Greatest Exposition the World Has Ever Seen; Photographed and Explained; A Panorama of the St. Louis Exposition (Classic

The Book of the Fair: The Greatest Exposition the World Has Ever Seen; Photographed and Explained; A Panorama of the St. Louis Exposition (Classic

ISBN: 9781334722349
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Publication Date: 2016-12-21
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Excerpt from The Book of the Fair: The Greatest Exposition the World Has Ever Seen; Photographed and Explained; A Panorama of the St. Louis Exposition
Who shall say when man will again muster courage to expend the labor, the golden millions and the human life that Such an exposition cost? Lives and fortunes were alike the forfeit that made possible the scene that is turning the eyes of all the civilized world to St. Louis. It is proper, then, and meet that this grand fair, or so much as is possible of it, shall be preserved for all time, that all who seek may acquaint themselves with its marvels. It is equally important that those who will journey to the fair may know in advance fully whereof they have heard so much and that those who cannot behold its beauties through personal visitation may at least share its delights through recourse to these pages.
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