Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition photograph album [graphic], 1905.


Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition photograph album [graphic], 1905.

93 black and white photographs in 1 album, 1905, of the personnel, buildings, grounds and events of the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition, including: Paul Messinger, I. N. Fleischner, H. W. Goode, A. L. Mills, Samuel Connell, Henry E. Reed, W. D. Fenton, Theodore B. Wilcox, Oskar Huber, John A. Wakefield, D. R. Francis, George E. Chamberlain, Lou Louis, Theodore Hardee, Frank L. Merrick, Robert Livingstone, Joaquin Miller, J. C. Ainsworth, W. R. MacKenzie, Henry E. Dosch, and D. C. Freeman. Images include night scenes, interiors of buildings, exhibits, a zeppelin and the midway.

.29 cubic feet (1 album)


SNAC Resource ID: 8209367

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Livingstone, Robert M., 1843-1864

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Wakefield, John A.

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MacKenzie, William Russell

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Connell, Samuel V.

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Goode, Henry W.

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Chamberlain, George E. (George Earle), 1854-1928

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Reed, Henry E., 1866-1947.

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Mills, A. L., 1931-

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Hardee, Theodore

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Ainsworth, J. C. (John Commingers), 1822-1893

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John Commigers Ainsworth (1822-1893), president of the Oregon Steam Navigation Company. From the description of Autobiography. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702689103 John Commingers Ainsworth was born in Springsboro, Ohio on June 6, 1822. His parents died when he was young and after two years of formal schooling he went to work for his uncle, a merchant, selling trade goods from boats along the Ohio River. Soon Ainsworth split from his uncle and bought a store with a partn...

Fleischner, I. N.

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Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition (1905 : Portland, Or.)

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Officially titled the Lewis & Clark Centennial and American Pacific Exposition and Oriental Fair, the exposition was an international event celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark expedition. It was held in Portland, Oregon, from June 1 to Oct. 15, 1905, and was designed to promote trade between the Pacific Northwest and Asia; to contribute to the wealth of Oregon through its forestry and agriculture; and to encourage the arts of the region. Planning began around 1901 and th...

Dosch, Henry Ernst, 1841-

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Wilcox, Theodore B., 1856-1918

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Louis, H. P.

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Lewis, Louise

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Fenton, Wm. D. (William David), 1853-1925

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Francis, D. R.

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Messinger, Paul

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Huber, Oskar

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Freeman, Daniel C., 1874-1939

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Merrick, Frank, 1886-1981

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