BY JOHN M. CARRÈR, of Carrère and Hastings
IN the four Pergola Buildings of the Exposition a unique treatment has been applied, making a structure of heavy character look light and arbor-like from the exterior. This effect has been secured by trellis verandas on the front and back. The Pergola Buildings are adapted to serve either as exhibit buildings or as restaurants.
1. Text quoted directly from the Art Hand-Book, Official Handbook of Architecture and Sculpture and Art Catalogue to the Pan-American Exposition. Ed. David Gray. Buffalo, N.Y.: David Gray, 1901. Sources of the images are noted with each.