Special Collections and Preservation Division
Neighborhood History Research Collection
6 linear ft., 264 photographs,
16 oversize folders
Call number: Archives_COP
A Century of Progress was
the name given to the 1933 World's Fair, held along the lakefront of Chicago
from June 1-November 1, 1933, and May 26-October 31, 1934. This was
the second international exposition held in Chicago during a 40 year period:
the first was the World's Columbian Exposition, which in 1893 played host
to over 27 million people in Jackson Park on the city's South Side. A Century
of Progress was equally as popular. The fairgrounds bordered 37th
Street on the South and Roosevelt Road on the North. Northerly Island,
today known as Meig's Field, also figured prominently as a site for fair
buildings and activities.
The Century of Progress Records consist primarily of printed promotional material from the Fair, as well as press releases from the Fair's publicity department and various souvenir and ephemeral items such as menus, diaries, postcards, and scrapbooks, which offer detailed and personal accounts of the Fair. The records have been arranged into six series: General Guidebooks, Tickets and Brochures, Exhibition Publications, Special Events and Printed Souvenirs, Scrapbooks, Pre-Fair Publications, Press Releases, and Oversize Materials. In addition are items housed in separate Oversize Folders and Photographs, both of which have separate listings following the Box and Folder Inventory. A Videotape entitled World's Fair Archival Video, Volume 1 (New York: New Deal Films, n.d.) and located in Box 8 provides a full overview of the Ford Exhibition, with coverage of more than 30 pavilions and attractions at the fair. The tape also includes scenes from the 1940 New York World's Fair. Finally, the Century of Progress Collection contains a small number of 3-dimensional Artifacts, primarily souvenirs that could be purchased on the fairgrounds. These items are available for viewing by appointment with the Special Collections and Preservation Division's Museum Specialist. Among notable components of the collection are the general Printed Souvenirs, the bulk of which are tour brochures printed in conjunction with the exposition and offered by hotels, travel agencies and transportation companies. Many of these items are maps. They provide general tourist information on Chicago for the early 1930s. A provocative photo essay, Chicago on Parade (Box 5.13), offers an interesting alternative to these "sunny" promotional materials, illustrating the words of Dawes and other fair notables juxtaposed with pictures of the city's homeless and poverty-stricken. Also of note are Pre-Fair Publications dating from 1928 to 1933. These essays and public addresses were written as part of the exposition's publicity and fundraising campaigns and cover a wide range of topics including landscape design, crowd control, traffic patterns, and treatises on fair aesthetics and architecture. Several of the publications were authored by Exposition President Rufus C. Dawes. A particularly interesting item in this series is a 1929 proposal by fair engineer Willis J. Dean.
Photographs in the Century of Progress Collection consist of images in four distinct record groups:
1. Postcards (1.1-1.30)
2. Photographs taken by the Kaufmann and Fabry studio, the fair's official photographers (2.1-2.69, 4.1, 5.1-5.34, 6.1-6.129, and 7.1)
3. A photograph album presented to Leonard Florsheim by the Century of Progress International Exposition (See Box 10)
4. Photographs and postcards appearing in Scrapbooks 1 and 2 (See Box 6). In addition to the listings in this finding aid, the photographs are indexed by subject in the Division's photographic collection cabinets in the Special Collections and Preservation Division Reading Room. Aerial and bird's eye views are located under "Views" in the subject listing.
The Mrs. Harlan Ward Cooley Collection of Women in A Century of Progress documents Mrs. Cooley's efforts on behalf of the Chicago Women's Club to sponsor a series of lectures titled "Women in Civilization." The Cooley Collection Finding Aid is located in this binder, after the Century of Progress Collection. The Special Collections & Preservation Division also has books on A Century of Progress. Please consult the public access catalog for titles. The University of Illinois at Chicago was designated as the official repository for A Century of Progress Exposition. The University Library's Special Collections Department (801 S. Morgan Street) holds an extensive archive documenting the fair; call (312) 996-2726 for details about that collection. Additionally, the Chicago History Museum (Clark Street at North Avenue) maintains research materials on the fair; they can be reached at (312) 642-4600 for information.
Most items from this collection were transferred from the "Travel and History" holdings of the Chicago Public Library's Social Science and History Division.
The Century of Progress Records are available to the public for research in the Special Collections and Preservation Division Reading Room on the 9th floor of the Chicago Public Library's Harold Washington Library Center, 400 South State Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60605. The collection does not circulate, although photocopy and photoreproduction services are available depending upon the condition of the original materials. First time patrons to Special Collections must present photo identification and complete a Reader Registration Form. Telephone inquiries on this collection and other Special Collections holdings can be directed to 312-747-4875.
General Guide Books, Tickets and Brochures
1933 Official Guide Books:
1. Official Book of the Fair Giving Pre-Exposition Information, 1932-1933, of A Century of Progress International Exposition, Chicago, 1933. Issued by A Century of Progress Inc., Administration Building, Burnham Park, Chicago.
2. Official Guide-Book of the Fair, 1933. Published by A Century of Progress, Administration Building, Chicago.
3. Official Guide-Book of the Fair, 1933, with 1934 Supplement. Published by A Century of Progress, Administration Building, Chicago. Chicago: Cuneo Press, 1934. 1933 General Brochures:
4. Come! Chicago World's Fair, June First to Nov. First 1933.
5. My Log Book of the World's Fair, another Art Otis and Joe Spurgeon Book. Chicago: Kirchner Printing House, 1933.
6. Pertinent Facts on A Century Of Progress, Chicago, 1933. Administration Building, Burnham Park, Chicago, Illinois.
7. The Why- What- and When of A Century of Progress International Exposition, Chicago, 1933.
8. The World's Biggest Event in 1933-Chicago's World's Fair, June 1 to November 1, What Will it Cost You? 1934 Official Guidebooks:
9. Official Guide Book of the World's Fair of 1934. Published by A Century of Progress International Exposition, Chicago. Photographs by Kaufmann & Fabry Company, Official Photographers. Chicago: The Cuneo Press, 1934.
10. The New World's Fair of 1934. A Century of Progress International Exposition, Chicago, May 26-October 31, 1934.
11. What it Will Cost You to See Chicago's New 1934 World's Fair. Tickets and Passes:
12. Official combination book.
13. Combination Book of Souvenir Tickets, Made Possible by the Palmer House, Chicago, through Special Arrangement with A Century of Progress, 1933.
14. Official Chicago World's Fair Certificate and Single Admission Pass to the Italian Pavilion, March 9, 1934.
15. Courtesy Ticket, Leonard-1934 Century of Progress Exhibit. Leonard Hall, Electrical Building.
16. Ticket book (partial) for admission to Fort Dearborn.
17. Ticket book (partial) for admission to Horticultural Exhibition, Flower and Garden Show.
18. Ticket stub for Opening Day, May 27, 1933, to Soldier Field (to see the President of the United States).
19. Ticket stub for Constitution Day, 1934.
20. Ticket for Closing Day, October 31, 1934.
21. 1933 Season Ticket with photo i.d. (Marion L. Bragdon).
22. 1934 Employee Pass and Certificate of Appreciation (Marjorie Cowan). Official Publications-Magazines
23. Official World's Fair Weekly. Opening Week, vol. 1, no. 5, May 27-June 3, 1933.
24. Official World's Fair Weekly. Vol. 1, no. 7, June 11, 1933.
25. "A Century of Progress in Living Together," by Allen D. Albert. World's Fair Series, Bulletin No. 1.
26. "A Century of Progress in Science," by F.R. Moulton. World's Fair Series, Bulletin No. 2.
27. "A Century of Progress in Agriculture," by Harvey J. Sconce. World's Fair Series, Bulletin No. 3.
28. "A Century of Progress in Electricity, Transportation and Communication," by Alfred H. Kirkland. World's Fair Series, Bulletin No. 4.
Art and Sculpture:
1. Official Century of Progress Exhibition of the Fine Arts, Art Institute of Chicago.
2. New World's Fair Art Exhibition for 1934, Art Institute of Chicago.
3. Sculpture at a Century of Progress, edited by Jewitt E. Ricker. Food and Agriculture:
4. Durkee Famous Foods: Recipes.
5. National Sugar Refining Company: The Story of Sugar, compliments of the National Sugar Refining Company of New Jersey.
6. The Story of Agriculture. Foreign Villages: Belgium
7. La Belgique Pictoresque (Picturesque Belgium). England
8. The Globe Theatre by Thomas Wood Stevens (part of the Merrie Old English Village). [Chicago]: Colortext Publications, 1934. SEE ALSO: Oversize Folder 15/Programs Germany
9. The Black Forest Village-The Land of "Once Upon a Time," by Clara E. Laughlin. Chicago: Runkle, Thompson, Kovats, Inc., 1933.
10. Eitel's Black Forest Inn, 1934 (Eitel's Old Heidelberg Inn, 14-16 W. Randolph Street). Ireland
11. Historical Exhibits at the Irish Village. Italy
12. Via Colombo in the Italian Village, 1934 (in Italian and English). Switzerland
13. Complimentary Guide to the Swiss Village, 1934. United States
14. The Colonial Village-A Guide to the Buildings of Historical Interest, by Thomas E. Tallmadge, 1934.
15. "See Indian Ceremonials and Dances in the American Indian Villages." General Exhibits:
16. A&P: A&P Carnival Program.
17. American Can Company: The Story of the Tin Can, courtesy of The National Canners Association. New York: American Can Company, 1933.
18. American Colortype Company: Color Progress. Chicago: American Colortype Company, 1933.
19. Elgin Watch Company: Elgin-A Century of Progress, 1934.
20. Enchanted Island-Magic Mountain.
21. Firestone Tire & Rubber Company: How Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires are Made, 1933.
22. Firestone Tire & Rubber Company: How Firestone High Speed Tires are Made, 1933.
23. Havoline: How Does the World's Largest Thermometer Work? Lawrenceville, Illinois: Indian Refining Company, 1934.
24. National Cash Register Company: The Money of the World, 1934. Dayton, Ohio: National Cash Register Company, 1934.
25. Revere Copper and Brass: The Secret of Paul Revere. New York: Revere Copper and Brass Inc., 1934.
26. Sears, Roebuck and Company: Sears, Roebuck and Company at the Century of Progress. [Chicago]: Sears, Roebuck, 1933.
27. Swift & Company: The Swift Bridge of Service at A Century of Progress-1934. Hall of Religions:
28. The Great Chalice of Antioch-Treasures of Ancient Religious Art-The Monoan Gold Treasure, 1934.
29. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints: The Glory of God is Intelligence. Chicago: Northern State Mission, CJCLDS, .
30. Judaism: Glimpses of the Jewish Exhibit, by Louis L. Mann and Gerson B. Levi. Hall of Science:
31. Official Handbook of Exhibits in the Division of the Basic Sciences, Hall of Science.
32. Official Catalog of Exhibits in the Division of the Basic Sciences, Hall of Science.
33. American Dental Association: Exhibit for Dentistry at A Century of Progress International Exposition, Chicago, 1933-1934, by Arthur D. Black.
34. American Medical Association: "A Century of Progress in Medicine," by Thomas G. Hull, reprinted from Hygeia, May-December, 1933.
35. Petrolagar Laboratories: A Remembrance of the Famous Painting "The Doctor" by Sir Luke Fildes, R.A.
36. Union Carbide: Giants of the New Age-An Exhibit of Contributions to Progress in the Basic and Applied Sciences Made by Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation.
37. Union Carbide: The Story of Air and Linde Liquid Air Demonstrations.
Hall of Social Sciences:
1. Household Finance Corporation: 100 Years of Progress... Chicago: Household Finance Corporation, 1933. Home and Industrial Arts:
2. Anthracite Institute: A Century of Progress in Domestic Heating.
3. Old Dutch Cleanser: Cleanliness through the Ages, with envelope. Chicago: Old Dutch Cleanser, 1933.
4. Florida Tropical Home: The Florida Tropical Home at a Century of Progress 1933.
5. Frameless Steel House. Frameless Steel House at a Century of Progress.
6. Frigidaire Corporation: The Frigidaire Air Conditioned House.
7. Kelvinator Sales Corporation: "From Cave to Kelvinator"-An Authentic History of Food Preservation through the Ages.
8. Kohler Company: Kohler of Kohler.
9. Masonite Corporation: Masonite Products in a Century of Progress.
10. Model Farm House: The Country Home. New York: Crowell Publishing Company, 1934.
11. Peoples Gas Light and Coke Company: 83 Years of the Gas Industry in Metropolitan Chicago.
12. Southern Cypress Manufactures Association (Cypress Exhibit Cabin): Tidewater Red Cypress-"The Wood Eternal." Horticultural Arts:
13. Souvenir Book. Horticultural Exhibition, 1934.
14. Souvenir book. Garden and Flower Show, Horticultural Building, 1933.
15. Interstate Nurseries: Souvenir Rose Guide, 1933.
16. E.W. McLellan Company: Redwood Burls and Their Care, 1934. International Exhibits: China
17. The Chinese Imperial Gold Collection, by Berthold Laufer, exhibited by Parish-Watson & Company; with copies of postcards of the collection. New York: Parish-Watson & Company, 1934.
18. The Altar of the Green Jade Pagoda, by Julean Arnold, 1933.
19. The Chinese Lama Temple-Potala of Jehol: Exhibition of Historical and Ethnographical Collections made by Dr. Gösta Montell. Chicago: Sven Hedin, 1932.
20. Lo Han Temple in the Streets of Shanghai. Chicago: Samuel E. Wilson, 1934. Czechoslovakia
21. Official Czechoslovak Industrial Section in the Century of Progress International Exhibition. Prague: Orbis, 1933. Italy
22. Padigli one Italiana all Esposizione Mondiale di Chicago (The Italian Pavilion at the World's Fair).
23. Ten Years of Italian Progress. Milan: Pizzi & Pizio, . Japan
24. Introducing Osaka to a Century of Progress, Special Souvenir Edition. Osaka: Yaroku Katayama, Osaka Commercial Museum, . Mexico
25. Mexico-Mexico, Hotel Geneve, Mexico City and Pictorial Mexico, Guanajuato. State Exhibits: Indiana
26. A Hoosier History, by David Laurence Chambers, based on the mural paintings of Thomas Hart Benton. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1933. Michigan
27. Eight Murals at the Michigan Exhibit. Minnesota
28. Minnesota-Where Dreams Still Come True. Mississippi
29. A Report of Mississippi's Participation in A Century of Progress International Exposition, 1934. Missouri See Box 9 (Oversize): Missouri State Exhibit Ohio
30. The Ohio State Exhibit at a Century of Progress International Exposition, 1933-1934, and map; with The Murals, by William Mark Young-Exhibit of the State of Ohio, 1933. West Virginia
31. West Virginia, 1931.
Travel and Transportation General:
1. Wings of a Century: The
Romance of Transportation, by Edward
2. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 1934.
3. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad: The Beginning of Progress-The Laying of the First Stone of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at Baltimore, Maryland, July 4, 1828, re-enacted in the Travel and Transport Building, 1933.
4. Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad: The Burlington..., 1933.
5. Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific: Progress Coach, One of The Milwaukee Road's Contributions to a Century of Progress in Transportation.
6. Illinois Central: Souvenir of the Illinois Central Exhibit, 1933.
7. London, Midland and Scottish Railway of Great Britain: The Royal Scott, 1933 and The Story of the Royal Scot
8. London, Midland and Scottish Railway of Great Britain: The Charm of England, 1933.
9. Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines: MKT Katy Lines-Serving the Southwest.
10. New York Central Lines: A Century of Progress of the New York Central Lines.
11. Pennsylvania Railroad: 100 Years of Progress in Modern Railroading.
12. Pullman Company: Pullman's Diamond Jubilee, 1859-1934-75 Years of Achievement, 75 Years of Progress, 1934.
13. Pullman Company: What the Pullman Company Offers to Travelers...
14. Rock Island Lines: Rock Island at the World's Fair.
15. Union Pacific: Progress. Cars
1. Chrysler: A Trip through the Timken Steel Exhibit in the Chrysler Building at the Century of Progress, 1934.
2. Ford Motor Company: Ford at the Fair.
3. Ford Motor Company: How to See the Ford Exposition, 1934.
4. General Motors: What to See in the General Motors Exhibit Building at a Century of Progress, 1933.
5. General Motors: The Making of a Motor Car-Souvenir Guide Book to the Chevrolet-Fisher Manufacturing Exhibit, 1933.
6. General Motors: Research at a Century of Progress.
7. General Motors: Building the 1934 Chevrolet with Body by Fisher at the Fair. Other Vehicles
8. Clark Tructractor Company: The Spirit of Transportation, 1933. View Books:
9. Chicago Beautiful-Views of the World's Fair, 1933. Century of Progress Souvenir. Chicago: Souvenir Publishing Company, 1933.
10. Chicago and Its Two World's Fairs: A Permanent Album, Chicago. From 1833 to Contemporary Times, Columbian Exposition 1893, A Century of Progress 1933-34. Chicago: Geographical Publishing Company, 1933.
11. Chicago Beautiful: Souvenir Views of World's Fair, 1933. Chicago: Agnes Kessler Kahn, 1933.
12. A Century of Progress Exposition: Commemorating Chicago's 100th Anniversary. Chicago: Exposition Publications and Novelties, 1932.
13. Official View Book: A Century of Progress Exposition, foreword by Rufus C. Dawes, President; text by Allen D. Albert, Honorary Secretary, the Agricultural Commission; photographs by Kaufmann & Fabry Co., Official Photographers. Chicago: The Ruben H. Donnelley Corporation, .
14. Official Pictures of a Century of Progress Exposition, photographs by Kaufmann & Fabry, Official Photographers. Chicago: The Ruben H. Donnelley Corporation, 1933.
15. Official Pictures of the 1934 World's Fair, photographs by Kaufmann & Fabry, official photographers. Chicago: A Century of Progress, 1934.
16. Official Pictures in Color. Chicago: A Century of Progress, 1934.
17. Official View Book, photographs by Kaufmann & Fabry Company, official photographers (postcard booklet). Chicago: The Ruben H. Donnelley Corporation, 1933.
18. Souvenir Views, Chicago World's Fair, photographs by Kaufmann & Fabry Company, official photographers. Chicago: Curt Teich & Company, Inc., 1934.
19. Souvenir of A Century of Progress International Exposition. Chicago: Curt Teich & Company, Inc., .
and Printed Souvenirs Special Events:
1. ALA (American Library Association) Day, October 19, 1933. The Library Quarterly, ALA Convention Notebook, October 16, 1933.
2. Chicago's Fair Day, [October 9, 1933]. A Mimeograph-Mimeoscope Print, A.B. Dick Company.
3. Constitution Day, September 17, 1934. Program, with ticket book.
4. Jinx Day, July 13, 1933 Automobile Derby, Chrysler Motors.
5. Ukrainian Week, August 14-20, 1933. Souvenir program (xerox). Printed Souvenirs
6. American Express: Welcome, American Express Travel Service-Guide to A Century of Progress and Chicago.
7. American Express: American Express Travel Service (miscellaneous brochures and documents).
8. Automobile sticker
9. Bridge scoring sheets
10. Century Grills: Menu
11. Bureau of Engineering, Department of Public Works, City of Chicago: A Century of Progress in Water Works. 1933.
12. Chicago & Northwestern Line: What I Saw at the Chicago World's Fair, 1934 (travel journal).
13. Chicago on Parade, edited by Herman O. Duncan. Chicago: Herman O. Duncan, 1933.
14. Chicago Sightseeing Company: Souvenir, Seeing Chicago and A Century of Progress. .
15. Chicago Surface Lines: See Chicago and A Century of Progress Exposition-Use Chicago Surface Lines (routes and route maps). 1933.
16. Conoco Travel Bureau: Hotel Directory-North Central Section and Travel A Century of Progress and Chicago with Conoco (map). .
17. Diary (leather): Century of Progress, Chicago-1933.
18. Frank Buck's Book of Thrills. Frank Buck, 1934.
19. The Gray Line: Your Introduction to A Century of Progress, 1934-Official Tour Service.
20. Green Duck Company (manufacturers of official Century of Progress souvenir spoons and souvenirs): wrappers with 100 year guarantee.
21. Husband's Pharmacy, Modesto, California: A Century of Progress (guidebook). .
22. Illinois Century of Progress Commission: See Illinois. .
23. Illinois Commercial Men's Association: Chicago... as studied by the camera. .
24. Abraham Lincoln, from the original drawing by Raymond Warren in the Kentucky State Historical Society at Frankfurt (silhouette). Chicago: Raymond Warren, 1933.
25. Marshall Field & Company: Chicago-The World's Fair and Field's. 1933.
26. 16 Miniature Souvenir Views, Century of Progress, 1833 Chicago 1933, Series 1 and Series 2.
27. Museum of Science and Industry. Free admission pass. .
28. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer: Impressions of A Century of Progress World's Fair, 1933.
29. Postcard: Official Painting by H.M. Pettit of the 1934 Century of Progress. Chicago: The Cuneo Press, .
30. Santa Fe System Lines: Century of Progress, World's Fair, Chicago, 1933.
31. Sinclair Refining Company: The Sinclair Dinosaur Book. 1934.
32. Sky-Ride: Miscellaneous brochures and fact sheets.
33. Swift & Company: Souvenir Program-The Chicago Symphony Orchestra in A Century of Progress Series at the Swift Bridge of Service. Week of July 1, 1934. Eric DeLamarter, conducting.
34. Slavs, with Special Reference to Americans of Slav Ancestry. Souvenir Edition. Chicago: The New Generation, A Slav-American Review (formerly Novi Rod), .
35. Standard Oil: A Memento in Pictures-Commemorating Your Visit to the Live Power Show of Standard Oil, 1934 World's Fair, Chicago.
36. Stationery, with envelope (letter to Rev. C.J. Staples, postmarked October 3, 1932).
37. Stevens Hotel: Chicago, The Stevens, World's Largest Hotel. .
38. This Week in Chicago, Issue of July 15, 1934.
39. Walgreen's: World's Fair Menu. .
40. Western Union: Souvenir telegram, reads: "This souvenir from the Western Union Exhibit at A Century of Progress is a specimen modern telegram." 1933.
41. Wilson's Roof Garden Restaurant: Souvenir Menu. .
Scrapbook 1: A Century of Progress-Pictorial Reviews of Chicago's Centennial Exposition, Burnham Park on the Lake Shore, Summers 1933 & 1934.
1. Pages 1-40: Color illustrations, black and white photographs, exhibit brochures, with i.d. pass for Mrs. Nora L. Skibbe
2. Pages 41-72: Contents as above, with postcards. Scrapbook 2: [Unidentified, same format as Scrapbook 1].
3. Pages 1-46: Contents as above, with postcards.
4. Pages 47-94: Contents as above. Scrapbook 3: Century of Progress International Exposition, Chicago, Illinois, 1933-1934.
5. Clara Reed Gordon, Tucson, Arizona: Clippings, color and black and white illustrations, postcards and typewritten text.
1. "Addresses and
announcements by Officials of the Exposition, with Other
Authorized Pre-Fair Publications, 1928-1934": Table of Contents.
(Folders 2-17 contain all publications listed in this Table of Contents,
with the exception of numbers 10, 17 and 18).
2. The Chicago World's Fair in 1933, by Rufus C. Dawes, President, Chicago World's Fair Centennial Celebration. .
3. A New Thought on World's Fairs, by Rufus C. Dawes, President, Chicago World's Fair Centennial Celebration, 1933.
4. Agriculture and the Chicago World's Fair, 1933, radio address of Rufus C. Dawes, November 22, 1928.
5. The Centennial and Public Education, by William J. Bogan, Assistant Superintendent of Schools, Chicago. .
6. The Chicago World's Fair-Why? Where? When? How Much?, by the Hon. Charles S. Peterson, City Treasurer of Chicago. .
7. Address of Bernard E. Sunny, a Director of Illinois Bell Telephone Company at Dedication on October 12, 1932 of Electrical Group.
8. The World's Fair of 1893 Made Chicago, by Franklin Hobbs. Chicago World's Fair Centennial Celebration, 1933.
9. An Ideal of Beauty, by Allen D. Albert, Assistant to the President, Chicago World's Fair Centennial Celebration, 1933.
10. To the People of Chicago..., by Rufus C. Dawes. .
11. A Century of Progress in the Making: Statement of Finances Relating to A Century of Progress, by Charles G. Dawes, Chairman, Finance Committee, July 19, 1931.
12. Chicago World's Fair Centennial Celebration: Being a Series of Questions and Answers Concerning Chicago's Birthday Party in 1933. Enrollment Committee, .
13. A Century of Progress: A Statement of Its Plan and Purposes and of the Relation of States and Foreign Government to Them, by Rufus C. Dawes.
14. A Century of Progress: Rules and Regulations for Exhibitors. January 21, 1931.
15. A Century of Progress International Exposition, 1934: Rules and Regulations and Miscellaneous Information Applicable to the Design, Construction and Equipment of Concessions. February 1, 1934.
16. Why A Century of Progress, 1933?
17. A Century of Progress Greets International Rotary on the Occasion of the Silver Jubilee, 1930.
18. Chicago and You: A Loyal Partnership. [January 1929].
19. Summary of Financial Statements, Receipts and Departmental Disbursements in Other Fairs. November 1928.
20. The Chicago World's Fair Centennial Celebration, 1933, prepared for the Electric Association of Chicago, Third Annual Dinner, Palmer House, November 15, 1928.
21. Beauty of Balance: The Prophetic in Mass and Line at A Century of Progress Exposition, by S.J. Duncan Clark. .
22. Proposed Plan for Chicago World's Fair-Centennial Celebration, January 6, 1929. Willis. J. Dean, Consulting Engineer.
23. Keep Moving: A Study in Crowds, by Sidney S. Gorham, Chairman, Committee on Traffic Control, A Century of Progress. n.d.
24. Ancient Skyscrapers and the World's Fair, by Dr. Frans Blom. n.d.
25. The Cradle of Chicago-Building the Third Fort Dearborn, by Robert J. Sipchen. November 2, 1931.
26. Mankind in America: Mounds and Ruins Tell the Story of The Progress of Human Culture, by Dr. Fay-Cooper Cole, Professor of Anthropology, University of Chicago, November 3, 1931.
27. A New Showmanship to Charm for the World's Fair, by Edward J. Ashenden. November 3, 1931.
28. Traffic-Tourists: A Century of Progress International Exposition, Chicago, 1933, by Edward Hungerford ("T and T": The Iron Horse Plays at Showmanship). November 5, 1931.
29. Science, Magic Wand of a New Age, Rules A Century of Progress, by Rufus C. Dawes, President, A Century of Progress. November 16, 1931.
30. Temples of Inspiration to Rise Along Miles of Lake Shore, by Daniel H. Burnham, Director of Works, A Century of Progress. November 17,1931.
31. President Dawes' Statement on Opening of Fair at Hamilton Club, January 20, 1932.
32. Traffic to the World's Fair, by Major E.S.J. Irvine. August 29, 1932.
33. Landscaping for the Fair, by Alfred GH. Geiffert, Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects. November 30, 1932.
1. American Petroleum
Industries Exhibit, Hall of Science: Explanatory photograph lecture for Model Petroleum Refinery, n.d.
2. Architecture of the Fair, May 8, .
3. Attendance campaign (conducted by Ford), March 19, .
4. Auto parking, May 11, 1934.
5. Automobiles (general exhibits), May 9, 1934.
6. Automobiles (early models), May 15, .
7. Black Forest Village, May 23, 1934.
8. Chrysler Exhibit: Chrysler Motors to Have Largest Private Exhibit at Chicago Fair, n.d.
9. Dutch Village, April 14, 1934.
10. Enchanted Island ("World's Fair for Children"), May 21, .
11. Finance, May 23, .
12. Ford Exhibit: Address of Albert Kahn, Architect of the Ford Motor Company's Exhibit at A Century of Progress, Exposition, March 20, 1934.
13. Ford Exhibit lighting, April 29, .
14. Fountain, May 16, 1934.
15. General Electric Exhibit: General Electric's Exhibit in A Century of Progress, n.d.
16. General Motors Exhibit: Facts About the General Motors Exhibit, n.d.
17. Illinois Commission for Participation: Governor Henry Horner, May 21,.
18. Horticultural Exhibit, May 5, .
19. Irish Village, March 10, 1934.
20. Italian Village (leaning tower), May 5, .
21. Little America (Admiral Byrd's greetings, ship-building), April 20, 1934.
22. Midway, May 18, 1934.
23. Merrie England and Old Globe Theatre: Merrie England Opens Tuesday, May 29, ; News from Merrie England, n.d.; Ruth Pryor Engaged by Merrie England, n.d.; Old Globe Theatre Productions, n.d.
24. Mexican Village, April 24, 1934.
25. Musical concerts (Chicago Symphony Orchestra), May 1, 1934.
26. Opening Day (program and parade), May 22, 1934; Address of Rufus C. Dawes, President, A Century of Progress, at Dedication of Hall of Science, Wednesday, June 1, 1932.
27. Reopening, May 26, 1934.
28. Painting and sculpture: The Art Institute of Chicago Special News Letter, May 20, 1933.
29. Pantheon de la Guerre (European war panorama), May 10, .
30. Pottery Exhibit, March 26, 1934.
31. Roads of the World (Ford Exhibit), May 2, 1934.
32. Science: Hall of Science, May 5, 1934.
33. States: Hall of States, May 8, 1934.
34. Villages (general), March 8, 1934.
35. Wings of a Century, May 21, .
36. Westinghouse Exhibit: Unique Lighting at A Century of Progress, by L.A.S. Wood and Charles J. Stahl, September 1, 1933; Lighting Enhances Architecture at "A Century of Progress," by Charles J. Stahl, n.d.; Spectacular Lighting of Westinghouse Exhibit at Century of Progress, Phonograph Records Play Lighting Melodies, by Charles J. Stahl, n.d.; Westinghouse Gives Visitors a Look Ahead at A Century of Progress (with illustrations), n.d. Videotape
37. World's Fair Archival Video, Volume 1 (New York: New Deal Films,
1. The Architectural
Forum, vol. 61, #1, July 1934 (Chicago Fair, Ford
Exhibit, Museum, Housing).
2. Atop the Fair. New York: The Barrett Company, 1933.
3. A Century of Progress of Missouri in Pictures. Official Souvenir of the Missouri Exhibit at the Century of Progress Exposition, Chicago, Illinois, 1933.
4. Chicago's Century of Progress. Chicago: Rand, McNally & Company, 1933.
5. The Store and A Century of Progress, 1934. Marshall Field & Company, Chicago.
6. Printed souvenir from the Ford Motor Company.
7. Greetings, Chicago's Official Song, by Col. George D. Gaw (sheet music). Chicago: George Frank Publishers, 1932.
8. Printed souvenir from the Gutenberg Museum exhibit of Mainz. Sponsored by The Cuneo Press, Chicago, [1933-1934].
9. Printed essays by Milton S. Mayer, with cyanotype prints by A. George Miller.
10. Official World's Fair in Pictures. Photographs by Kaufmann & Fabry Company, official photographers. Chicago: The Ruben H. Donnelley Corporation, 1933.
11. Official View Book: A Century of Progress Exposition, foreword by Rufus C. Dawes, text by Allen D. Albert. Chicago: The Ruben H. Donnelley Corporation, 1933.
12. Printed souvenir from the Old Heidelberg Inn (Eitel, Inc.). .
13. Official souvenir book of the Pantheon de al Guerre: Panorama of the War and Its Heroes; with envelope. Chicago: The Stockbridge Press, 1932.
14. Printed souvenir of closing day at The Swift Bridge of Service, A Century of Progress, October 31, 1934.
1. Leonard Florsheim
Photograph Album "A Century of Progress International Exposition, Chicago, 1933-1934, Presents this Collection of Official Photographs to Leonard S. Florsheim in Grateful Acknowledgment of Valuable Support."
Listing of images at end of Photograph inventory below.
1. Map of Chicago for the
Year 1933, Portraying Some of its History and Indicating
the Approximate Location of Points of Historical Interest: ..., by Ralph
Seymour. [Chicago]: T.N.T. Company, 1932.
2. Free Map and Guide to Beautiful Chicago, the Original Pantheon de al Guerre from Paris, World's Fair, 1934. Chicago: The Chicago Motor Coach Company, .
3. Direct to Gates: Chicago World's Fair. Illinois Central Adjoins World's Fair from End to End. Chicago: Rand, McNally Company, 1933.
4. Chicago and the Century of Progress 1933. Compliments of Standard Oil Company (Indiana).Chicago: H.M. Gousha Company, 1933.
5. A Century of Progress International Exposition, Chicago, May 27-October 31, 1933. Compliments of Continental Casualty Company. Chicago: Clarence P. Huls, 1933.
6. Pure Oil Pathfinder Map of A Century of Progress. Compliments of the Pure Oil Company. Chicago: Rand, McNally Company, .
7. Pure Oil Pathfinder Map of A Century of Progress. Compliments of the Pure Oil Company. Chicago: Rand, McNally Company, .
8. Hearne Brothers World's Fair Guide-Hearne Brothers Map of the World's Fair. [Chicago]: Hearne Brothers, .
9. Shell Metropolitan Map: Chicago and the Century of Progress. Chicago: H.M. Gousha Company, .
10. Map of A Century of Progress Exposition Grounds (photostat). .
11. Chicago and Vicinity: Sinclair 1933 Road Map. Chicago: Rand, McNally, .
12. Chicago World's Fair-May 27-November 1, 1933-1833 A Century of Progress 1933 (poster).
13. Miscellaneous textiles (3).
14. Bird's Eye View, approved as of September 1, 1932, A Century of Progress, Rufus C. Dawes, President. H.M. Pettit, artist.
15. Programs for The Globe Theatre, Merrie England, 1934. Thomas Wood Stevens, director.
16. Clippings regarding Eleanor Roosevelt's visit to the Fair on October 31, 1933.
1.1 Ball Brothers Co. (b&w)
1.2 Locomotive No. 5320, "President Cleveland." (color)
1.3 Travel and Transport Building, Chicago and Northwestern Lines. (b&w)
1.4 Cuneo Press, Inc. Exhibit, Print Shop. (b&w)
1.5 Dominican Exhibit, Replica of Columbus Memorial Light. (b&w)
1.6 Dutch Village. (color)
1.7 General Exhibits Building . (color)
1.8 General Houses Inc. House. (color)
1.9 General Motors Building. (color)
1.10 Green Jade Pagoda. (b&w)
1.11 Hall of Science . (b&w)
1.12 Hall of Science, Great Stairway. (b&w)
1.13 Hall of Science, North Facade. (b&w)
1.14 Havoline Thermometer, 1933 . (color)
1.15 Havoline Thermometer, 1934. (color)
1.16 Italian Village. (color)
1.17 Nunnery of Uxmal, Maya Temple . (color)
1.18 Hall of Science, McKaycraft Lounge . (color)
1.19 Nash Automobile. (color)
1.20 National Cash Register Company . (b&w)
1.21 Sinclair Dinosaur Exhibit. (color)
1.22 Sinclair Dinosaur Exhibit, Entrance . (b&w)
1.23 Great Hall of Travel and Transport Building, Studebaker Land Cruiser . (color)
1.24 Travel Building at night. (color)
1.25 Pictorial Views: On the Cover: The Stevens Hotel (front) and Buckingham Fountain (back). Inside: Aerial view of downtown; Replica of Fort Dearborn; Main Exhibition Building; Tower of Water & Light; Babylon Court; Exhibition Buildings (night view); Hall of States Building; Administration Building; Aerial View Century of Progress; The Stevens Hotel; Buckingham Fountain at night; Aerial View of Soldiers Field Stadium; High-ho Golf Club; Stevens' Galleries; "Fairyland" at Stevens Hotel; Stevens Hotel: Main Dining Room; Stevens Hotel: Grand Ballroom; Stevens Hotel: Lounge and Grand Stairway . (postcard book, color)
1.26 Side A: Aerial view, Fort Dearborn; Administration Building as seen from Lake Michigan; Admiral Byrd's Polar Ship, "The City of New York;" Administration Building; Electrical Group by Night; Oriental Village; Golden Pavilion of Jehol: Interior; Fort Dearborn; Lincoln Group. Side B: "Enchanted Island," Children's playground; Hall of Science; Aerial view of Fairgrounds; Interior Court of Hall of Science by night; Travel Building; Aerial view of Chicago World's Fair; Sky Ride; Hall of States and Federal Buildings; Golden Temple of Jehol by night. (postcard cook, color)
1.27 "The 1934 Century of Progress, Looking North," by H. M. Pettit. (reproduction of a painting, color)
1.28 Wilson & Co. Certified Bacon Slicing Exhibit in operation. (color)
1.29 Wilson & Co. Terrace and Roof Garden Restaurants and Soda Fountains overlooking the Midway and Lake Michigan . (color)
1.30 Champion Six-Horse Team of Wilson & Co., Meat Packers. (color)
Photographs taken by the
Kaufmann & Fabry Studio, Official Photographers of A Century of Progress.
All photographs in the 2.# series are black and white photographic images unless otherwise noted.
2.1 Abraham Lincoln Group: replicas of the Lincoln-Berry store where Abraham Lincoln clerked in New Salem, IL and Lincoln's boyhood home in Indiana.
2.2 Abraham Lincoln Group: replicas of the Wigwam where Abraham Lincoln was nominated for the presidency.
2.3 Abraham Lincoln Group: aerial view .
2.4 Abraham Lincoln Group: replica of Lincoln's birthplace in Hodgenville, KY.
2.5 Administration Building: front view.
2.6 Administration Building: east view.
2.7 Administration Building: east facade, North Lagoon.
2.8 Administration Building: main facade .
2.9 Administration Building: Stairway.
2.10 Administration Building .
2.11 Administration Building: Exhibition Hall.
2.12 Administration Building: Rear Entrance.
2.13 Admiral Byrd's Polar Ship, "The City of New York" .
2.14 Agricultural Building .
2.15 Agricultural Group facade. (architectural rendering, b&w)
2.16 "The Conquest of Time and Space," relief by Gaston Lachaise above west entrance to Communications Hall .
2.17 Aerial view of the Hall of States and the Federal Building. (architectural rendering, b&w)
2.18 Electrical Building .
2.19 Electrical Building and Communications Building .
2.20 Electrical Building .
2.21 Electrical Building: twin pylons guard water gate .
2.22 Electrical Building: Stairway .
2.23 Electrical Building: bas-relief panels "Light" and "Energy."
2.24 "Enchanted Island": conceptual design for children's playground. Includes: Magic Mountain, Tropical Garden, Children's Theater, miniature railroad, and wading pool . (color illustration)
2.25 Hall of Science
2.26 Replica of Fort Dearborn: Officer's Barracks, blockhouse, soldier's barracks, and power magazine .
2.27 Fort Dearborn.
2.28 Fort Dearborn: Blockhouses and Soldier's barracks .
2.29 Fort Dearborn.
2.30 General Electric's "House of Magic."
2.31 General Electric's "House of Magic": Apartment House Kitchenette.
2.32 General Exhibits Building.
2.33 General Exhibits Building. (architectural rendering, b&w)
2.34 General Motors Building. (architectural rendering, b&w)
2.35 Federal Building.
2.36 Golden Pavilion of Jehol, replica of Chinese Lama Temple .
2.37 Golden Pavilion of Jehol, detail of ceiling .
2.38 Golden Pavilion of Jehol, detail of Avalokitecvara on right and Gautama Buddha on the left .
2.39 Golden Pavilion of Jehol, detail of Avalokitecvara .
2.40 Golden Pavilion of Jehol .
2.41 Golden Pavilion of Jehol, model of replica.
2.42 Hall of Science: great hall .
2.43 Hall of Science: exterior and courtyard.
2.44 Hall of Science: courtyard .
2.45 Hall of Science: north entrance.
2.46 Hall of Science: northern approach.
2.47 Hall of Science at night .
2.48 Hall of Science .
2.49 Hall of Science: southern view at night.
2.50 Administration Building.
2.51 Hospital Library Service Exhibit, Mrs. C. Frederick Childs (Chairperson of the Women's board of the Presbyterian Hospital) and Miss Selma Lindem (Librarian of the Presbyterian Hospital) featured
2.52 Model of buildings and grounds of A Century of Progress Exposition.
2.53 Model of the Chrysler Building.
2.54 Hall of States and Federal Building . (b&w illustration)
2.55 Music Group (Music Auditorium center): front elevation. (architectural rendering, b&w)
2.56 "Sky Ride." (architectural rendering, b&w)
2.57 Travel and Transport Building .
2.58 Travel and Transport Building: east entrance.
2.59 Travel and Transport Building.
2.60 Travel and Transport Building: Steamship Hall.
2.61 Travel and Transport Building.
2.62 General Motors Truck Company visitor bus .
2.63 Century of Progress: 1933 Chicago World's Fair (aerial view).
2.64 Century of Progress: 1933 Chicago World's Fair (aerial view) .
2.65 World's Fair Building . (architectural rendering, b&w)
2.66 World's Fair Building, Interior hall.
2.67 Centuries of Progress electrical display.
2.68 Hall of Science. (b&w illustration)
2.69 Hall of Science (b&w illustration) 4.1 Armour Building and employees facing lagoon. (Oversize) All Photos in the 5.# series are bound together in The Lighting of the Grounds and Exteriors of the Buildings at the Century of Progress Exposition 1933, Shown in Photographs by the General Electric Company. All are black and white photographic images. (All Oversize) 5.1 Indirect lighting unit, Twelfth-Street Bridge.
5.2 Federal and State Buildings, East sky ride tower and Electrical group viewed from west side of north lagoon at night.
5.3 Hall of Science: north entrance viewed from the Avenue of Flags at night.
5.4 States Court at night.
5.5 Twelfth-Street entrance and bridge at night.
5.6 Scintillator fan viewed from Thirty-First-Street entrance at night.
5.7 Agricultural Group and Dairy Building viewed from west side of north lagoon at night.
5.8 Court of States at night.
5.9 Federal Building at night.
5.10 Travel and Transport Building at night.
5.11 Maya Temple at night.
5.12 Electric Fountain in the Electrical Court.
5.13 Federal Building.
5.14 Communications Gardens and Pylons at night.
5.15 General Exhibits Court: Mercury neon pylon at night.
5.16 Firestone Garden at night.
5.17 Havoline Thermometer and south lagoon fountains at night.
5.18 General Motors Building: Leif Erikson Drive facade.
5.19 Avenue of Flags at night.
5.20 General Motors Building at night.
5.21 Hall of Social Science, Radio and Communications Building viewed from west side of lagoon at night.
5.22 Electrical Building and Radio & Communications Building viewed from west side of lagoon at night.
5.23 Radio & Communications Building: west facade at night.
5.24 Twelfth-Street Bridge at night.
5.25 Chrysler Motors Building at night.
5.26 General Exhibits Group and Leif Erikson Drive at night.
5.27 Electrical Group viewed from west shore of south lagoon at night.
5.28 Hall of Science viewed from east shore of south lagoon at night.
5.29 Agricultural Building and Florida Gardens at night.
5.30 Electrical Building: court and fountain at night.
5.31 Hall of Science: court at north entrance at night.
5.32 Northerly Island viewed from east side of south lagoon at night.
5.33 Travel and Transport Building at night.
5.34 Hall of Science: courtyard at night. All images in the 6.# series are black and white photographic negatives. 6.1 Abraham Lincoln's birthplace.
6.5 Allied Home Industries.
6.6 Avenue of Flags.
6.7 Midway racetrack: Barney Oldfield and his Drivers.
6.8 American Radiator-Standard Sanitary Corporation exterior.
6.9 B & O Railroad.
6.15 Belgium Village.
6.16 Black Forest Village.
6.17 Black Forest Village.
6.18 Midway: ‘Buck Rogers 500 Years From Now.'
6.19 Cacti garden.
6.20 Casino de la Villa.
6.21 China Cafe.
6.22 Chinese Village.
6.23 Chinese Village.
6.24 Christian Science Monitor.
6.25 Christian Science Monitor exterior.
6.26 Colonial Village.
6.27 Czechoslovakia Restaurant.
6.28 Dutch Village.
6.29 Dutch Village.
6.30 Dutch Village.
6.31 Dutch Village.
6.32 Dutch Village.
6.33 Egyptian Bazaars.
6.34 Enchanted Island: the Theater.
6.35 Enchanted Island.
6.36 Enchanted Island.
6.37 English Village.
6.38 English Village.
6.39 English Village: Old Curiosity Shop.
6.40 Firestone Exhibit exterior.
6.41 Ford Building exterior.
6.42 Ford Globe.
6.43 Ford Globe.
6.44 Ford Globe.
6.45 Ford Industrialized Barn.
6.46 Ford's Symphony Gardens.
6.47 Ford's Symphony Gardens.
6.48 Fort Dearborn.
6.49 Fort Dearborn.
6.50 Fort Dearborn.
6.51 Fort Dearborn: ‘Believe it or Not' exterior.
6.52 Frank Buck's Jungle Camp.
6.53 Frigidaire Air Conditioning Exhibit exterior.
6.54 Alpine Garden.
6.56 Greyhound tour bus.
6.57 Haeger Pottery.
6.58 Haeger Pottery.
6.59 Hall of Science: North Court.
6.60 Havoline Thermometer.
6.61 ‘Hollywood' exhibit exterior.
6.62 Scene in ‘Hollywood.'
6.63 Illinois State Building.
6.64 Irish Village.
6.65 Irish Village.
6.66 Irish Village.
6.67 Italian Village.
6.68 Japanese exhibit.
6.69 Johns-Manville exterior.
6.70 Kohler of Kohler exterior.
6.72 Mexican Village.
6.73 Midway: flying turns.
6.74 Monkey exhibit.
6.76 Midway: Neptune's Follies.
6.77 Netherlands Cafe.
6.78 English Village: Old Curiosity Shop.
6.79 Northern Pacific Railroad: Minnetonka.
6.80 Organ grinder and monkey.
6.81 Oriental Bazaar.
6.82 Oriental Bazaar.
6.83 Oriental Village.
6.84 ‘Pioneer' train car.
6.85 Punch and Judy Show.
6.87 Red Crown Animal Show.
6.88 Red Crown Animal Show.
6.89 Red Crown Animal Show.
6.90 Scientific Instruments exhibit.
6.91 Sinclair Refining exhibit: ‘The World a Million Years Ago.'
6.92 Sinclair Refining exhibit: ‘The World a Million Years Ago.
6.93 Sinclair Refining exhibit: ‘The World a Million Years Ago.'
6.94 Spanish Village.
6.95 Streets of Shanghai.
6.96 Sweden exhibit exterior.
6.97 Swift Bridge.
6.98 Swift Shell.
6.99 Swiss Village.
6.100 Swiss Village.
6.101 Swiss Village.
6.102 Swiss Village.
6.103 Thompsons' Restaurant.
6.104 Train: "Thomas Jefferson."
6.105 Travel and Transport Building.
6.106 Walgreen's Drugs exterior.
6.107 William Tell Inn.
6.108 Wilson Co. (Packers) exterior.
6.109 ‘Wings of a Century' exterior.
6.111 Witches Cave.
6.112 Federal Building.
6.113 Irish Village (?): horse-drawn carriage.
6.114 Village (?).
6.115 Village (?).
6.116 Village (?).
6.117 Village (?).
6.118 Village (?).
6.119 Irish Village (?): actor.
6.120 Village (?).
6.121 Village (?).
6.122 ‘Hear the Presidents Speak.'
6.125 Village (?).
6.126 Bicycle (?).
6.127 Federal Building (?).
6.128 Mexican Village.
6.129 Village (?): dancing couple. 7.1 Photograph, b&w, Sally Rand: ‘Spirit of World's Fair,' unpublished photo by Herald Examiner includes b&w photo negative.
Leonard Florsheim Photograph
"A Century of Progress International Exposition, Chicago, 1933-1934, Presents this Collection of Official Photographs to Leonard S. Florsheim in Grateful Acknowledgment of Valuable Support."
All photographs are sepia-toned platinum prints. Plate
1. Circle at the 12th Street Entrance.
2. Grand Fountain (at night).
3. Grand Fountain from the Planetarium Building.
4. Avenue of Flags.
5. Looking North from the West Sky Ride Tower.
6. Lagoon Theatre.
7. Hall of Science-North Facade.
8. Hall of Science-Court.
9. Hall of Science-Great Hall.
10. Administration Building-Trustees Room.
11. Administration Building-East Facade.
12. Looking East from the West Skyride Tower.
13. Golden Temple of Jehol.
14. General Exhibits Group Looking South.
15. Good Housekeeping Pavilion and Tower of Hall of Religion.
16. Swiss Village.
17. Aerial View-23rd Street Area.
18. Aerial View Looking North.
19. Village Area Looking North.
20. Mexican Village.
21. Belgian Village.
22. Italian Village.
23. Colonial Village.
24. Village Plaza Looking South.
25. English Village.
26. Fort Dearborn.
27. Black Forest Village.
28. Black Forest Village.
29. Transportation Building (at night).
30. Transportation Building.
31. Chrysler Motors Building.
32. Aerial View at 31st Street
33. Indian Village and General Motors Building.
34. Wings of a Century.
35. Aerial View Looking North.
36. Food and Agriculture Building.
37. U.S. Government Building and State Group.
38. U.S. Government Building.
39. Electrical Building.
40. Electrical Building-Circular Court (at night).
41. Horticultural Gardens.
42. States of Shanghai.
43. Dutch Village.
44. Balbo Aeroplane Squadron 15, 1933.
Photographs and postcards appearing in Scrapbooks 1 and 2: See Box 6.