University Libraries are pleased to be able to include the following original
essays in this online exhibit. The authors are specialists in topics related
to the Pan-American Exposition. We extend our thanks to them for participating
in our project.
following original essays appear at other Pan-American Exposition and
Buffalo-related web sites:
Sculpture, and Color Schemes at the 1901 Pan-American Exposition.
by Eliza Northwood (June 2002.)
Builds the 1901 Pan-American Exposition.
by Harold F. Peterson.
At the Expo: The Assassination of President William McKinley.
by Mark Gado.
American Exposition: World's Fair as Historical Metaphor.
by Mark Goldman.
An excerpt from Goldman's High Hopes: The Rise and
Decline of Buffalo, New York, published by State University of New
York at Buffalo, 1983.
Way it Was.
By Patricia Donovan.
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