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Context of The world's fair : being a pictorial history of the Columbian Exposition containing a complete history of the world, renowned exposition at Chicago, captivating descriptions of the magnificent buildings and marvelous exhibits, such as works of art, textile fabrics, machinery, natural products, the latest inventions, discoveries, etc., etc., with a description of Chicago, its wonderful buildings, parks, etc., by ex-governor William E[velyn] Cameron, of the World's Columbian Exposition History Co. ; with an introduction by Hon. Thomas W. Palmer, president of the World's Columbian Commission, ex-U.S. senator and ex-minister to Spain ; including a chapter on the Woman's Department by Frances E. Willard ; embellished with hundreds of beautiful engravings
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