Pan-American Exposition Scrapbooks, Women's Participation

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Pan-American Exposition Scrapbooks, Women's Participation

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Consists of 3 vols. of mounted newspaper clippings from local newspapers addressing a variety of topics concerning the 1901 Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo. Special attention is paid to female participation, including the work of the Board of Women Managers appointed June 27, 1900 and disbanded November 10, 1901. Also contains information on how the Pan-Am was funded, how the midway was built, Dr. Ida Bender as chairman of the Committee on Education, the fainting room in the Women's Building, the advertising campaign for the Pan-Am, welcoming President McKinley, the assassination, and Czolgosz' arraignment.

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The Pan-American Exposition, Volume 1
Mounted newspaper clippings from local newspapers addressing a variety of topics concerning the 1901 Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo. Special attention is paid to female participation, including the work of the Board of Women Managers appointed…

The Pan-American Exposition, Volume 2
Mounted newspaper clippings from local newspapers addressing a variety of topics concerning the 1901 Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo. Special attention is paid to female participation, including the work of the Board of Women Managers appointed…

The Pan-American Exposition, Volume 3
Mounted newspaper clippings from local newspapers addressing a variety of topics concerning the 1901 Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo. Special attention is paid to female participation, including the work of the Board of Women Managers appointed…
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