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Pan American Expo of 1901 - Buffalo, NY

Pan American Expo of 1901 - Buffalo, NY

Pan-American Exposition, 1901, The New York State Building

Pan-American Exposition, 1901, The New York State Building

Temple of Music interior with stage and organ :: Pan-American Exposition of 1901 :: Digital Collections :: University at Buffalo Libraries

Temple of Music interior with stage and organ :: Pan-American Exposition of 1901 :: Digital Collections :: University at Buffalo Libraries

This photo is of a circus parade in the mid- to late-1930s in Buffalo,HY

This photo is of a circus parade in the mid- to late-1930s in Buffalo,HY

The Nebraska Sod House. Photo credit: C. D. Arnold Source: C. D. Arnold. The Pan-American Exposition, Illustrated. Buffalo, N.Y.: C. D. Arnold, 1901, p. 69

The Nebraska Sod House. Photo credit: C. D. Arnold Source: C. D. Arnold. The Pan-American Exposition, Illustrated. Buffalo, N.Y.: C. D. Arnold, 1901, p. 69

Buffalo NY....when we still had the Elm trees lining the streets.  Such beautiful canopies of green!

Buffalo NY....when we still had the Elm trees lining the streets. Such beautiful canopies of green!

Pan American Exposition 1900s

Pan American Exposition 1900s 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Carrère and Hastings  1901 Pan-American Exposition

Carrère and Hastings 1901 Pan-American Exposition

President McKinley walking the grounds of The Pan-American Exposition shortly before he was fatally shot in 1901.    The Pan-American Exposition, staged in Buffalo, New York, presented in microcosm all of the trends, developments, innovations, and attitudes of the McKinley years.    The exposition was opened in the spring of 1901 by the new vice president, Theodore Roosevelt.

President McKinley walking the grounds of The Pan-American Exposition shortly before he was fatally shot in 1901. The Pan-American Exposition, staged in Buffalo, New York, presented in microcosm all of the trends, developments, innovations, and attitudes of the McKinley years. The exposition was opened in the spring of 1901 by the new vice president, Theodore Roosevelt.

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