Architecture and the Pan-American Exposition
III - "The
David Gray, editor of the Art
Hand-Book1, was compiling descriptive
information for the buildings of the Pan-American Exposition, he sought
out the architects themselves:
descriptions of the chief buildings of the Pan-American Exposition
have been written for the Art Hand-Book (except in a few instances)
by the architects that designed them. It is felt by the Editor, therefore,
that they may be presented as accurate and official descriptions of
the Exposition architecture.
Each of the following pages begins with such descriptions as published in the Art Hand-book. Additional material, including third-party descriptions, criticism, detailed renderings and photographic images will follow.
Birdseye View of the
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Handbook, Official Handbook of Architecture and Sculpture and Art Catalogue
to the Pan-American Exposition. Ed. David Gray. Buffalo, N.Y.:
David Gray, 1901. [Click
to view the Art Handbook]
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