Historic Map - St. Louis, MO - 1904 - C. Graham

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World's Fair, St. Louis, 1904. Celebrating the Centennial of acquisition of Louisiana Territory.

Reproduction panoramic map of the World's Fair, held in 1904 in St. Louis, MO, drawn by C. Graham in 1903. The Fair celebrating the centennial of the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, was delayed from its planned 1903 opening to allow for a more full scale participation by states and foreign countries. The traditional annual Saint Louis Exposition to honor agriculture, trade and scientific exploration was not held in 1904 because of the World's Fair. The Fair's 1,200 acre site, designed by George Kessler, was located at the present-day grounds of Forest Park and the campus of Washington University. The nation's largest fair to date, the Fair also hosted the 1904 Summer Olympic Games. It was the first time the Olympics were held in the United States. The games were originally awarded to Chicago, but as St. Louis threatened to hold their own rival international competition, the Olympics were moved there. Dr. Pepper and Puffed Wheat cereal were first introduced to a national audience at the fair.

The map features lively scenes of carriage and pedestrian traffic at the World's Fair.

Complete reference list below.

Features references to the following locations:

State Buildings
Louisiana State Building (The Cahildo)
Missouri Building
Fraternal Building
United States Fisheries
United States Building
Mines and Metallurgy
Liberal Arts
The Press
Palace of Art
Festival Hall
Colonnade of States and Cascades
Grand Basin
Varied Industries
Foreign Buildings
The Pike
Forestry, Fish and Game
Physical Culture
Halls of Congresses


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