Special Collections Department
PROGRESS MADE VISIBLE
WORLD'S FAIRS INTERNET RESOURCES
Among the many attractive web pages on American World's Fairs and Expositions
[http://www.150.si.edu/chap4/four.htm] The site is a part of the Smithsonian Institution's larger exhibit on American history entitled Bright Lights, Bold Adventures: 1846-1878.
World's Columbian Exposition: Idea, Experience, Aftermath [http://xroads.virginia.edu/~ma96/wce/title.html] A self-titled "hypertextual thesis" on the Fair.
of the Pan-American Exposition
[http://intotem.buffnet.net/bhw/panamex/Welcome.html] A part of the web site The Buffalo History Works.
1915 Panama -Pacific International Exposition
[http://www.sanfranciscomemories.com/ppie/panamapacific.html] This is a great site for this San Francisco event.
The Liberty Bell Virtual Museum
[http://www.libertybellmuseum.com/] This virtual museum is dedicated to"promotion, study, and appreciation for America's most widely recognized icon of freedom - the Liberty Bell.
A Century of
[http://www.chicagohistory.org/history/century.html] This is one of may excellent Chicago history sites developed by the Chicago Historical Society.
Images from the 1939
New York World's Fair
[http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/wooda/39fair.html] This site focuses on postcards and advertisements from the Fair.