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Highlighting the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago with photographs and drawings. Butterworth spoke in the Children’s literary section at the World’s Literacy Congress held at the Art Institute.
Ephraim Marlow and his son Manton travel to the 1883 Columbian Exposition and explore the fair as well as Chicago. Ephraim makes the trip to attend the Peace Conference held in conjunction with the fair and Manton, an amateur folklorist attends the folklore congress held at the Palace of Art. In addition to descriptions of the fairgrounds and the city, the book includes accounts of the meetings in which they participate.
Red and white publisher’s cloth with Administration Building in gilt. Bindings tight and square; front hinge solid but paper broken. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear. A bit of toning to white of spine. Light hand-soling. 8vo; vii, (3), 12-320 pages illustrations 22 cm.
REF: OCLC: 497729, HB.c; Smathers 23h5287; Dybwad 6.
Title: Zigzag Journeys in the White City with Visits to the Neighboring Metropolis
[ World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago]
Edition: First Edition, Early Printing.
Publisher: Boston:, Estes and Lauriat,: 1894.
Binding: Hardcover: Binding style 2.
Type: Book 16 in the series.
Size: 8vo; vii, (3), 12-320 pages illustrations 22 cm.
lb: 3.00 lb
Seller ID: 008826