University of Illinois at Chicago Century of Progress World's Fair, 1933-1934 (University of Illinois at Chicago)
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Date
ca. 1933-1934 (19)

Format
2.75x2 (16)
9x7 (1)
9.25x7.5 (1)
9.5x7.5 (1)

Subject
Portrait Paintings (10)
Country Life (10)
Paintings (10)
Portrait Photographs (5)
Portraits (3)
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Creator
Kaufmann & Fabry co. (2)
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[A photograph of Niagra Falls in the wintertime.]
1. [A photograph of Niagra Falls in the wintertime.]
[A portrait of the six millionth visitor to the Century of Progress.]
2. [A portrait of the six millionth visitor to the Century of Progress.]
[Man posing in front of replica of a log cabin.]
3. [Man posing in front of replica of a log cabin.]
[Photograph of an unidentified baby.]
4. [Photograph of an unidentified baby.]

[Photograph of an unidentified baby.]
5. [Photograph of an unidentified baby.]
[Portrait of Lenox R. Lohr, general manager of the exposition.]
6. [Portrait of Lenox R. Lohr, general manager of the exposition.]
[Portrait of Woodrow Wilson, the twenty-eighth President of the United States. To the left is a smaller
7. [Portrait of Woodrow Wilson, the twenty-eighth President of the United States. To the left is a smaller portrait of Harper's Weekly editor Colonel George Harvey, an early supporter of Wilson's candidacy for U.S. President. To the right is Colonel Henry Watterson, the renowned editor of the Louisville Courier Journal. The caption below notes that Colonel Watterson was outraged over Wilson's decision to politically distance his presidential campaign from Colonel Harvey and Harper's Weekly. Wilson believed that Colonel Harvey's Wall Street connections would turn off voters in the general election.]
[Possible portrait of early American statesmen and inventor Ben Franklin conducting his famous lightening
8. [Possible portrait of early American statesmen and inventor Ben Franklin conducting his famous lightening experiment with his son. In 1752, Franklin flew a kite with a metal key attached during a thunderstorm to prove that lightening was made of electricity. Although European scientists were already conducting similar experiments with electricity, Franklin is credited as the first one to propose using a metal rod or some other conductor to draw off electricity from lightening. Franklin's scientific achievements won him the admiration of Enlightenment intellectuals in Europe and North America and secured his reputation as a leading scientist.]

[Small town in the woodlands.]
9. [Small town in the woodlands.]
[Unidentified painting of a child with a doll.]
10. [Unidentified painting of a child with a doll.]
[Unidentified painting of a couple in a park.]
11. [Unidentified painting of a couple in a park.]
[Unidentified painting of a couple standing in a park.]
12. [Unidentified painting of a couple standing in a park.]

[Unidentified painting of a couple standing in a park.]
13. [Unidentified painting of a couple standing in a park.]
[Unidentified painting of a man and a woman standing in a park.]
14. [Unidentified painting of a man and a woman standing in a park.]
[Unidentified painting of a man leaning against a railing.]
15. [Unidentified painting of a man leaning against a railing.]
[Unidentified painting of a rural road and trees in a field.]
16. [Unidentified painting of a rural road and trees in a field.]

[Unidentified painting of two men and two women leaning or sitting on the railing of a bridge.]
17. [Unidentified painting of two men and two women leaning or sitting on the railing of a bridge.]
"Mrs. Frederic W. Upham, trustee."
18. "Mrs. Frederic W. Upham, trustee."
"This portrait of Edison, Ford, and Firestone done by H. Harrington Betts is displayed on the walls of
19. "This portrait of Edison, Ford, and Firestone done by H. Harrington Betts is displayed on the walls of the Electric Light and Power Industry's exhibit on the second floor of the Electrical Building at the World's Fair."
 
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