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  1. I recently discovered this picture. The wagon says it is a "World's Fair Special Service" wagon, likely making deliveries to businesses in the World's Fair grounds. While the photograph doesn't say which World's Fair it is at, I think it is in St. Louis. There is a box for Carl Hagenbeck in the wagon. He had an exhibit at the 1893 and 1904 fair, but this picture looks newer than 1893. There is also a street light in the background that looks identical to streetlights I've seen in other 1904 fair pictures. Does anyone know what building the wagon is front of? I looked through every picture on the Missouri History Museum website and others, but I haven't seen any other pictures of this building. It looks like a smaller building, possibly on the Pike, so it may not have been well documented. It's been driving me nuts because it looks like a really interest Egyptian styled building. I'd love to know what it was.
  2. 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition Color picture book of various exposition buildings. Illustrations reproduced by Goerz Lens Photographs. Made by Wm. H. Rau, Director of Photography. Published by Official Photographic Company. Robert A. Reid. Condition: Very good for being 109 years old. Cover has some wear, but is intact and no major tears. Inside pages are clean and have no tears. Only one page (California State Building) has a small tear and crease across page. Can be seen in photo. Vibrant colors and details of various exposition buildings. I have it listed on Ebay Please feel free to message me if you have any questions.
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