Japanese Scene
Title:
Japanese Scene
Divided Back unused

Description:
In commemoration of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. Japan. Imperial Government Railways.


Indiana State Building at the Pan-Pac. Inc. Expo
Title:
Indiana State Building at the Pan-Pac. Inc. Expo
San Francisco California (CA), White Border unused



Florida State Building
Title:
Florida State Building
White Border PM 1915 Jun-27


Greetings from California
Title:
Greetings from California
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back PM 1910 Oct-17

Description:
Get your congressmen to vote for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition at the Exposition City. San Francisco - 1915. California guarantees an exposition that will be a credit to the nation. Britton & Rey



Japanese Pavilion
Title:
Japanese Pavilion
Divided Back unused


Palace of Horticulture, Panama Pacific International Exposition, 1915
Title:
Real Photo unused



California Homes
Title:
California Homes
Divided Back


H. Liebes & Co. Fur Exhibit, Palace of Varied Industries
Title:
H. Liebes & Co. Fur Exhibit, Palace of Varied Industries
Divided Back unused



Palace of Fine Arts
Title:
Palace of Fine Arts
Divided Back unused


Exterior View of Rainier Beer Exhibit, Food Products Building
Title:
Exterior View of Rainier Beer Exhibit, Food Products Building
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Pan-Pac. Int. Exposition, San Francisco, 1915.



Festival Hall, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, Feb. 20 - Dec. 4,1915
Title:
Festival Hall, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, Feb. 20 - Dec. 4,1915
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Designed by Robert Farquahar, Los Angeles. It is built in the French Style of architecture with one large dome and various minor domes and minarets, profusely decorated with statuary. The main hall has seating capacity for about 3000 persons.


South Gardens from Festival Hall
Title:
South Gardens from Festival Hall
Divided Back unused



Rainier Beer Exhibit - Interior, Food Products Building
Title:
Rainier Beer Exhibit - Interior, Food Products Building
Divided Back unused


The Home of Redwood
Title:
The Home of Redwood
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
South Gardens, Panama Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915



Arch of the Setting Sun, By Night Illumination
Title:
Arch of the Setting Sun, By Night Illumination
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Court of the Universe, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915.


Illuminated Tower of Jewels, Reflected in Lagoon
Title:
Illuminated Tower of Jewels, Reflected in Lagoon
Divided Back unused



Mullgardt's Tower by Night, Court of Abundance
Title:
Mullgardt's Tower by Night, Court of Abundance
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915.


Arch of the Rising Sun, Court of the Universe By Night Illumination
Title:
Arch of the Rising Sun, Court of the Universe By Night Illumination
Divided Back unused



Western Section of the "Joy Zone"
Title:
Western Section of the "Joy Zone"
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The main street of the amusement section is 3000 feet long. In a space of sixty-five acres is gathered the "greatest aggregation of amusement features for the education and entertainment of the public that was ever brought together in the world."


H. Liebes & Co. Fur Exhibit
Title:
H. Liebes & Co. Fur Exhibit
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Palace of Varied Industries, Pan-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915



Picturesque Home-Site in Alameda County
Title:
Picturesque Home-Site in Alameda County
Oakland California (CA), Divided Back

Description:
No section of the State surpasses Alameda County in the number and variety of picturesque home-sites. This one faces Lake Merritt, which glistens in the heart of the city of Oakland. Second Annual Suggestion. February 23, 1912. Aren't you coming to California this spring? The Golden State was never more beautiful, prosperous-attractive in every way-than it is this year. Big agricultural and industrial opportunities are awaiting the arrival of folks like you. The Southern Pacific is offering SPECIAL LOW RATES, from March 1 to April 15, 1912, in order that you may see our glorious western country. Why put off the trip any longer? Come out into the sunshine while the "coming" is good-and inexpensive! You'll never regret it-that's sure! Give us a suggestion of what you're interested in, one the attached card-please! Yours contentedly, Your Signature Only............................


Moorish Temple, A Part of the Exhibit of W. P. Fuller & Co.
Title:
Moorish Temple, A Part of the Exhibit of W. P. Fuller & Co.
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Palace of Mines and Metallurgy, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915.



Crowsds on the Zone in front of Toyland
Title:
Crowsds on the Zone in front of Toyland
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused


State of Washington Building
Title:
State of Washington Building
Real Photo unused



Panama-Pacific International Exposition
Title:
Panama-Pacific International Exposition
Divided Back PM 1910 Oct-14

Description:
Get your Congressman to vote for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition at the Exposition City San Francisco-1915. California guarantees an exposition that will be a credit to the nation.


Arch of the Rising Sun in Court of the Sun and Stars
Title:
Arch of the Rising Sun in Court of the Sun and Stars
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5010 Panama-Pacific International Exposition Official Post Card



In the Court of the Sun and Stars
Title:
In the Court of the Sun and Stars
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5007


North Elevation, Machinery Hall
Title:
North Elevation, Machinery Hall
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5012



1915 Panama-Pacific International Exhibition, San Francisco, California
Title:
1915 Panama-Pacific International Exhibition, San Francisco, California
Divided Back


Get Your Congressmen to Vote for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition
Title:
Get Your Congressmen to Vote for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition
Divided Back

Description:
at the exposition city San Francisco - 1915 California guarantees an exposition that will be a credit to the nation



Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, California
Title:
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, California
Divided Back unused


Night Illumination showing the Great Rainbow Scintillator
Title:
Night Illumination showing the Great Rainbow Scintillator
Divided Back unused



Southern Pacific Building
Title:
Southern Pacific Building
Divided Back unused


Panama-Pacific International Exposition - Alt Nuremburg - Most Popular Place to Dine
Title:
Panama-Pacific International Exposition - Alt Nuremburg - Most Popular Place to Dine
San Francisco California (CA) PM Aug-14

Description:
Alt Nuremburg, Fritz Muller and Sons, Proprietors, German Village Restaurant. Weinhard'sSpecial Exposition Beers on Draught



Palace of Fine Arts
Title:
Palace of Fine Arts
Divided Back unused


The Court of Palms
Title:
The Court of Palms
Divided Back PM 1915 Aug-20

Description:
Series 5006



Festival Hall
Title:
Festival Hall
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Panama-Pacific International Exposition-San Francisco,1915.Opens February 20-Close December 4


New York State Building Pan.-Pac. Int. Exposition, San Francisco, 1915
Title:
New York State Building Pan.-Pac. Int. Exposition, San Francisco, 1915
Divided Back



Get Your Congressmen to Vote for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition at the Exposition City
Title:
Get Your Congressmen to Vote for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition at the Exposition City
Divided Back PM 1910 Oct-11

Description:
San Francisco - 1915 California guarantees an exposition that will be a credit to the nation


Tower of Jewels and Fountain of Energy
Title:
Tower of Jewels and Fountain of Energy
Divided Back PM 1915 Jul-12

Description:
Panama-Pacific International Exposition Series



Colonnades From the Court of the Universe
Title:
Colonnades From the Court of the Universe
Divided Back PM 1915 Jun-14

Description:
Series C20


Lobby in New Jersey Building, Pan.-Pac. Int. Exposition, San Francisco, 1915
Title:
Lobby in New Jersey Building, Pan.-Pac. Int. Exposition, San Francisco, 1915
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series C52



Maryland State Building Pan-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1915
Title:
Maryland State Building Pan-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1915
Divided Back


IOWA Building,Panama-Pacific International Exposition,San Francisco,1915
Title:
IOWA Building,Panama-Pacific International Exposition,San Francisco,1915
Divided Back unused

Description:
IOWA Building finished in Travertine. Length-147 feet Width-62 feet Equipped with furniture"made in Iowa" Total cost $30,000



Russian River, In Sonoma County, is the Switzerland of California
Title:
Russian River, In Sonoma County, is the Switzerland of California
Divided Back unused


Statue "The Setting Sun"
Title:
Statue "The Setting Sun"
Divided Back



The Home of Redwood, South Gardens
Title:
The Home of Redwood, South Gardens
Divided Back unused


Arch of Setting Sun in Court of the Universe
Title:
Arch of Setting Sun in Court of the Universe
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 71663 San Francisco, California



Palace of Transportation - The Globe
Title:
Palace of Transportation - The Globe
Divided Back unused

Description:
Exhibit of the Western Pacific-Denver & Rio Grande-Missouri Pacific-St.Louis. Iron Mountain & Southern Lines


Exhibit Palace, Carnation Milk Condensery, Panama Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco
Title:
Exhibit Palace, Carnation Milk Condensery, Panama Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco
Divided Back unused



Get Your Congressmen to Vote for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition at the Exposition City
Title:
Get Your Congressmen to Vote for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition at the Exposition City
Divided Back PM 1910 Oct-19

Description:
At the Exposition City San Francisco - 1915 California guarantees an exposition that will be a credit to the nation


The South Gardens
Title:
The South Gardens
Divided Back PM 1916 Jan-21

Description:
Series 12



Palace of Agriculture, P.P.I.E., 1915
Title:
Palace of Agriculture, P.P.I.E., 1915
Divided Back unused

Description:
Set of 20 Panama-Pacific International Exposition Views Published for Ghirardelli's Milk Chocolate


Denmark Building-1915 Panama Pacific Exposition
Title:
Denmark Building-1915 Panama Pacific Exposition
Divided Back unused



Panama Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915
Title:
Panama Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series PC143 The Home Electrical A simple, modern home equipped with every practical electrical convenience. Each room is properly lighted by Mazda lamps. Electricity also heats and cools the house, cooks the food, cleans the rugs, washes the dishes; cleans, scours and polishes; does all the laundry work, pumps the water, makes the ice and freezes the cream, runs the sewing machine, plays the piano, drives the workshop and dairy machinery, charges the electric automobile and performs many other useful tasks. Most of these electrical conveniences are inexpensive and cost no more to operate than an electric iron. A General Electric Company Exhibit


The Nations of the West
Title:
The Nations of the West
Real Photo unused



Palace of Fine Arts
Title:
Palace of Fine Arts
Real Photo unused


Facade of Horticultural Palace and Italian Towers
Title:
Facade of Horticultural Palace and Italian Towers
Real Photo unused



Transportation Building - Main Portal
Title:
Transportation Building - Main Portal
Real Photo unused


Arches of Rising and Setting Sun
Title:
Arches of Rising and Setting Sun
Real Photo unused



Avenue of Palms, Looking West
Title:
Avenue of Palms, Looking West
Real Photo unused


"End of the Trail" - Sculpture by James Earle Fraser
Title:
"End of the Trail" - Sculpture by James Earle Fraser
Real Photo unused



Arch of the Rising Sun
Title:
Arch of the Rising Sun
Real Photo unused


Palace of Horticluture
Title:
Palace of Horticluture
Real Photo unused



South Gardens
Title:
South Gardens
Real Photo unused


The End of the Trail, Panama-Pacific International Exposition Official Post Card
Title:
The End of the Trail, Panama-Pacific International Exposition Official Post Card
Real Photo unused



California Building
Title:
California Building
Real Photo unused


Palace of Fine Arts
Title:
Palace of Fine Arts
Real Photo PM Aug-3



Palace of Agriculture, P.P.I.E., 1915
Title:
Palace of Agriculture, P.P.I.E., 1915
Divided Back unused

Description:
Set of 20 Panama-Pacific International Exposition Views Published for Ghirardelli's Milk Chocolate


Poster From Panama Pacific International Exposition 1915
Title:
Poster From Panama Pacific International Exposition 1915
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1915-A San Francisco, California



Rotunda of Fine Arts (Exterior)
Title:
Rotunda of Fine Arts (Exterior)
San Francisco California (CA), White Border unused


Festival Hall
Title:
Festival Hall
Divided Back

Description:
Series 24 The Albertype Co



Palace of Fine Arts
Title:
Palace of Fine Arts
Divided Back unused

Description:
Palace of Fine Arts, Night Illumination. Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, Cal., 1915


The Scintillator
Title:
The Scintillator
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 30 The Albertype Co



The Inside Inn
Title:
The Inside Inn
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. Opens February 20, Closes December 4


The Panama-Pacific International Exposition - San Francisco , 1915
Title:
The Panama-Pacific International Exposition - San Francisco , 1915
Divided Back unused

Description:
Avenue of Progress



Palace of Education
Title:
Palace of Education
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series E 20


Palace of Varied Industries, The Pan. Pac. Int. Expo. 1915
Title:
Palace of Varied Industries, The Pan. Pac. Int. Expo. 1915
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Panama-Pacific International Exposition--San Francisco, 1915, Opens February 20--Closes December 4



Festival Hall, Night Illumination
Title:
Festival Hall, Night Illumination
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 29 The Albertype Co


Avenue of Progress
Title:
Avenue of Progress
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 13 The Albertype Co



The Court of the Universe
Title:
The Court of the Universe
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Albertype Co


Yacht Harbor, California Building in Distance
Title:
Yacht Harbor, California Building in Distance
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 15 Tha Albertype Co



On the Zone
Title:
On the Zone
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 8 The Albertype Co


Panama-Pacific International Exposition San Francisco 1915
Title:
Panama-Pacific International Exposition San Francisco 1915
Divided Back PM 1911 Nov-10

Description:
Series 1015



Avenue of Palms
Title:
Avenue of Palms
Divided Back PM 1915 Aug-31

Description:
Series C19 Pan-Pac. Int. Exposition San Francisco, 1915


Palm Avenue
Title:
Palm Avenue
Divided Back

Description:
Series 4021



Palace of Liberal Arts
Title:
Palace of Liberal Arts
Divided Back unused


Illumination, Tower of Jewels
Title:
Illumination, Tower of Jewels
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5 A



Tower, Court of Palms, San Francisco, 1915
Title:
Tower, Court of Palms, San Francisco, 1915
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 4031


Entrance to Peristyle Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco
Title:
Entrance to Peristyle Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 4032



Fountain of Energy Illuminated, South Gardens
Title:
Fountain of Energy Illuminated, South Gardens
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series R-57295


New Jersey State Building
Title:
New Jersey State Building
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series X-178 Is a careful reproduction of Washington's famous headquarters, the Trenton Barracks, and hence is an object of great interest



Illumination at Court of Palms
Title:
Illumination at Court of Palms
Divided Back unused


The Fountain of the Setting Sun, Court of the Universe
Title:
The Fountain of the Setting Sun, Court of the Universe
Divided Back unused



Niche and Pool: Court at Four Seasons at the Pan Pac. Int. Expo, San Francisco, 1915
Title:
Niche and Pool: Court at Four Seasons at the Pan Pac. Int. Expo, San Francisco, 1915
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 4040


Liberal Arts Palace
Title:
Liberal Arts Palace
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 4011



Palace of Horticulture
Title:
Palace of Horticulture
Divided Back unused

Description:
Looking across the great south gardens. This building, considered one of the finest exhibit palaces ever erected at any exposition, was designed by Blakewell and Brown, of San Francisco, and cost $341,000. The dome is 152 feet in diameter. The dome of St. Peter's in Rome is 137 feet. The Pantheon dome is 142 feet


Fountain of Ceres, Court of Four Seasons
Title:
Fountain of Ceres, Court of Four Seasons
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series x-101 San Francisco, February 20 to December 4, 1915. Ceres - The Goddess of Agriculture. Her daughter, Persephone, was carried off by Pluto, King of the lower world, but was afterwards restored to her mother six months in the year, typifying the springing of the grain from the earth and thence its disappearance



Tower of Jewels and Court of the Universe
Title:
Tower of Jewels and Court of the Universe
Divided Back unused


Emporium
Title:
Emporium
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
California's largest, America's grandest store



Hibernia Bank Building
Title:
Hibernia Bank Building
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused


James Lick Statue, City Hall Park
Title:
James Lick Statue, City Hall Park
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused



Palace Hotel
Title:
Palace Hotel
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused


Pompador Rock
Title:
Pompador Rock
Mount Tamalpais California (CA), Divided Back unused



U.S. Transport Dock
Title:
U.S. Transport Dock
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused


Tower of Jewels
Title:
Tower of Jewels
Divided Back unused

Description:
This is a general view along the Avenue of Palms and across the Great South Gardens from Festival Hall. It shows the Palace of Manufacture at the right and Palace of Liberal Arts at the left. The Tower is 433 feet high



"The Setting Sun"
Title:
"The Setting Sun"
Divided Back unused


Palace of Horticulture
Title:
Palace of Horticulture
Divided Back



Palace of Horticulture
Title:
Palace of Horticulture
Divided Back unused

Description:
Designed by Bakewell and Brown, San Francisco. It covers over five acres and was constructed at a cost of nearly $350,000. One of the most comprehensive and elaborate collections of rare plants ever assembled is exhibited in this structure


Pan-Pacific International Exposition 1915 - Y.W.C.A. Building
Title:
Pan-Pacific International Exposition 1915 - Y.W.C.A. Building
Divided Back unused



Festival Hall illuminated
Title:
Festival Hall illuminated
Divided Back unused


A Niche in the Court of Four Seasons
Title:
A Niche in the Court of Four Seasons
Divided Back



Entrance to Machinery Palace
Title:
Entrance to Machinery Palace
Divided Back PM 1915 Apr-29


Tower of Jewels, Illuminated
Title:
Tower of Jewels, Illuminated
Divided Back PM 1915



The Italian City
Title:
The Italian City
Divided Back PM 1916


Arch of the Rising Sun in Court of the Sun and Stars
Title:
Arch of the Rising Sun in Court of the Sun and Stars
Divided Back



Beachey Waving Goodbye to the Crowds on His Fatal Flight
Title:
Beachey Waving Goodbye to the Crowds on His Fatal Flight
San Francisco California (CA), Real Photo

Description:
From the Pan Pac. Int. Expo, San Francisco, Marh 14, 1915. P.P.I.E. Co. Cardinall Vincent Co official photographers


Indian Village, Santa Fe Grand Canyon Concession on "The Zone
Title:
Indian Village, Santa Fe Grand Canyon Concession on "The Zone
White Border PM 1915 May-18



Vista of Palace of Education and Palace of Food Products
Title:
Vista of Palace of Education and Palace of Food Products
San Francisco California (CA), White Border unused


Exhibit of Niagara Silk Mills
Title:
Exhibit of Niagara Silk Mills
San Francisco California (CA), White Border unused

Description:
"Niagara Maid" silk gloves, silk underwear and silk hose awarded Grand Prix.`



Palace of Transportation
Title:
Palace of Transportation
San Francisco California (CA), White Border unused


Liberal Arts Palace , North Facade and Towers at Entrance to Court of Palms
Title:
Liberal Arts Palace , North Facade and Towers at Entrance to Court of Palms
White Border unused

Description:
C.T. American



Vista of Palace of Education and Palace of Food Products
Title:
Vista of Palace of Education and Palace of Food Products
White Border unused

Description:
Panama-Pacific International Exposition


Avenue of Progress, showing Base and Pillars of Machinery Palace
Title:
Avenue of Progress, showing Base and Pillars of Machinery Palace
San Francisco California (CA), White Border unused

Description:
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 1915



Minnesota State Buildings
Title:
Minnesota State Buildings
White Border unused


Main Exhibit Palaces
Title:
Main Exhibit Palaces
San Francisco California (CA), White Border unused

Description:
C.T. American Art



Palace of Horticulture
Title:
Palace of Horticulture
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused


Palace of Energy and Festival Hall
Title:
Palace of Energy and Festival Hall
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused



Festival Hall
Title:
Festival Hall
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused

Description:
The Albertype Co


The California Building
Title:
The California Building
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused



Court of the Universe
Title:
Court of the Universe
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused


The Marina
Title:
The Marina
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused

Description:
The Albertype Co



Court of the Universe
Title:
Court of the Universe
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused


Palace of Food Products
Title:
Palace of Food Products
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused



Palace of Manufactures
Title:
Palace of Manufactures
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused


Palace of Liberal Arts
Title:
Palace of Liberal Arts
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused



In the South Gardens
Title:
In the South Gardens
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused


Yacht Harbor, California Building in Distance
Title:
Yacht Harbor, California Building in Distance
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused

Description:
The Albertype Co



Avenue of Progress
Title:
Avenue of Progress
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused

Description:
The Albertype Co


Tower of Jewels
Title:
Tower of Jewels
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused



On the Zone
Title:
On the Zone
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused


'
Title:
'
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused

Description:
The Albertype Co



Palm Avenue, Pan-Pac Int'l Expo
Title:
Palm Avenue, Pan-Pac Int'l Expo
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused

Description:
The Albertype Co


Palace of Fine Arts
Title:
Palace of Fine Arts
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused



Fountain of Ceres, Court of Four Seasons
Title:
Fountain of Ceres, Court of Four Seasons
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused


Court of Four Seasons
Title:
Court of Four Seasons
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused



In the Court of Four Seasons
Title:
In the Court of Four Seasons
San Francisco California (CA), Linen unused

Description:
The Albertype Co


The Chinese Pavilion
Title:
The Chinese Pavilion
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Chinese Pavilion is representative of the Forbidden City surrounded by a reproduction of the Great Wall. One building is a copy of the Imperial Audience Hall, another the Hall of Eternal Peace, now changed to the Temple of Ceremonies, and a third is a copy of a Chinese home



Court of the Four Seasons
Title:
Court of the Four Seasons
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused


Festival Hall by Night
Title:
Festival Hall by Night
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused



Court of Four Seasons at Night
Title:
Court of Four Seasons at Night
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Court is surrounded by a beautiful colonnade in each of the four corners of which are niches containing groups of statuary, "Spring," "Summer," "Autumn" and "winter," by Furio Piccirilli and representing the four seasons


Italian Pavilion
Title:
Italian Pavilion
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Italian group of buildings is one of the finest in the Exposition. The group consists of eight buildings grouped around Piazzas in true Italian style. The buildings are connected with each other by cloisters and represent in their architecture the fourteenth, fifteenth and sixteenth centuries



The Illinois State Building
Title:
The Illinois State Building
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Illinois State Building is a reproduction of the capitol building. The State's resources are shown within and the entertainment quarters are commodious and spacious. $300,000 was appropriated for participation


The Atlantic Ocean
Title:
The Atlantic Ocean
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused



Palace of Machinery
Title:
Palace of Machinery
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This building, which covers practically nine acres, and is the largest wooden structure in the world, was designed by Messrs. Ward and Blohme of San Francisco. Six million feet of lumber was required for sheathing it. Four carloads of nails and 1500 tons of bolts and washers were used in its construction. Cost $659,665


Hawaiian Building
Title:
Hawaiian Building
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused



Column of Progress at the Panama Pacific International Exposition 1915
Title:
Column of Progress at the Panama Pacific International Exposition 1915
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused


Arch of the Rising Sun
Title:
Arch of the Rising Sun
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Arch of the Rising Sun, Court of the Universe at the Panama Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915



Column of Progress
Title:
Column of Progress
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused


Tower of Jewels
Title:
Tower of Jewels
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Tower of Jewels, Panama-Pacific International Exposition San Francisco, 1915 - The Tower of Jewels is the dominating architectural feature of the Exposition. It is 433 feet high and covers more than an acre of ground. Through the base is a vaulted entrance 60 feet wide and 110 feet high



Illumination Tower of Jewels at the Panama Pacific International Exposition
Title:
Illumination Tower of Jewels at the Panama Pacific International Exposition
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused


New York State Building
Title:
New York State Building
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
New York with an appropriation of $750,000 erected the largest of the State buildings. It is four stories in height and has a frontage of 250 feet and 100 feet deep. On the ground floor there is a magnificent ballroom. A dining room is also a feature of the building, a complete cuisine being maintained. The ceiling of the dining room cost $15,000. There is also a suite of rooms for the Governor of New York



The Nationsl of the East, Panama-Pacific International Exposition
Title:
The Nationsl of the East, Panama-Pacific International Exposition
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused


Palace of Horticulture, Looking across the Great South Gardens
Title:
Palace of Horticulture, Looking across the Great South Gardens
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This building, considered one of the finest exhibit palaces ever erected at any exposition, was designed by Bakewell and Brown, of San Francisco, and cost $341,000. The Dome is 152 feet in diameter. The dome of St. Peter's in Rome is 137 feet. The Pantheon dome is 142 feet



Court of the Universe
Title:
Court of the Universe
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused


Canadian Building
Title:
Canadian Building
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused



Section of Court of Abundance
Title:
Section of Court of Abundance
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Section of Court of Abundance, showing Tower of Jewels and Arch of the Rising Sun in distance. The Fountain of Earth in the foreground. This court is 340 feet square. The surrounding walls are 75 feet high. The Tower is 200 feet high. Designed by Louis C. Mullgardt, of San Francisco, its architecture, though not accredited to any established style, suggests an exquisite combination of Spanish-Gothic


Lumbermen's Building and House of Hoo-Hoo
Title:
Lumbermen's Building and House of Hoo-Hoo
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Lumbermen's Building and House of Hoo-Hoo Forestry Court, PPIE. This building, located in the center of Forestry Court, South Gardens, is representative of the lumber industry of the Pacific Coast. The architect is Mr. Bernard R. Maybeck, the designer of the Palace of Fine Arts. The Facade is composed of eight log columns, 26 feet high, 42 inches in diameter, including the eight commercial woods of the Pacific Coast - Redwood, Sugar Pine, White Pine of California, Douglas Fir, Western Hemlock, Western Spruce, Red Cedar, Port Orford Cedar of Oregon and Washington



Court of Abundance
Title:
Court of Abundance
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Court of Abundance, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, February 20 to December 4, 1915. Designed by Louis C. Mullgardt. This is the East Central Court of the Exposition and in design shows the Oriental phase of the Spanish-Moorish type. Orange trees in bearing are in the foreground


New York State Building
Title:
New York State Building
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
New York with an appropriation of $750,000 erected the largest of the State buildings. It is four stories in height and has a frontage of 250 feet and 100 feet deep. On the ground floor there is a magnificent ballroom. A dining room is also a feature of the building, a complete cuisine being maintained. The ceiling of the dining room cost $15,000. There is also a suite of rooms for the Governor of New York



View in the Great South Garden at Night
Title:
View in the Great South Garden at Night
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused


Massachusetts State Building
Title:
Massachusetts State Building
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Massachusetts State Building, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915 - The Massachusetts Building, located at the west end of the Avenue of States, is a reproduction of the famous Old Boston State House



Tower of Jewels Illuminated
Title:
Tower of Jewels Illuminated
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused


Palace of Horticulture; Pan Pac Int Expo
Title:
Palace of Horticulture; Pan Pac Int Expo
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Palace of Horticulture, Panama-Pacific International Exposition , San Francisco, February 20 to December 4, 1915. A Cuban Palm Grove is a popular feature of the display in this beautiful palace, which covers an area of over five acres. The building is constructed almost entirely of glass and was designed by Bakewell & Brown, San Francisco



Central View, from Tower of California Building
Title:
Central View, from Tower of California Building
San Diego California (CA), Divided Back unused


Court of Abundance, Pan-Pac Int. Exposition, 1915
Title:
Court of Abundance, Pan-Pac Int. Exposition, 1915
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Section of Court of Abundance, showing Tower of Jewels and Arch of the Rising Sun in distance. The Fountain of Earth in the foreground. This court is 340 feet square. The surrounding walls are 75 feet high. The Tower is 200 feet high. Designed by Louis C. Mullgardt of San Francisco, its architecture, through not accredited to any established style, suggests an exquisite combination of Spanish-Gothic



Duck Baby
Title:
Duck Baby
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused


Entrance to Palace of Liberal Arts
Title:
Entrance to Palace of Liberal Arts
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This splendid palace was erected at a cost of over $340,000 and is directly opposite the main entrance to the Exposition. The general beauty of design and color of the entire Exposition is well illustrated in this entrance



Italian Pavilion
Title:
Italian Pavilion
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Italian group of buildings is one of the finest in the Exposition. The group consists of eight buildings grouped around piazzas in true Italian style. The buildings are connected with each other by cloisters and represent in their architecture the fourteenth, fifteenth and sixteenth centuries


Montana State Building - Pan. Pac. Int. Expo
Title:
Montana State Building - Pan. Pac. Int. Expo
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Montana State Building, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. The Montana Building is of the Graeco-Roman type of architecture. Here the wealth of the State is shown, and its right to be regarded as one of the most hospitable of States is being demonstrated



Oregon State Building
Title:
Oregon State Building
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Oregon Building is of Grecian Architecture and suggests the ancient Parthenon. The forty-eight log columns surrounding the structure are five feet in diameter, and forty feet high, and are dedicated to the several States of the Nation, each bearing its respective State emblem


Palace of Horticulture, Pan. Pac. Int. Expo
Title:
Palace of Horticulture, Pan. Pac. Int. Expo
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Palace of Horticulture, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, February 20 to December 4, 1915. This beautiful structure is constructed almost entirely of glass, and is a most interesting building. Its dimensions are 572 feet long by 320 feet wide. Dom 160 feet high and 152 feet in diameter. Cost, $341,000



The End of the Trail - Pan.Pac. Int. Exposition
Title:
The End of the Trail - Pan.Pac. Int. Exposition
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused


Tower of Jewels, Pan-Pac Intl. Expo. 1915
Title:
Tower of Jewels, Pan-Pac Intl. Expo. 1915
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This great tower is 433 feet high and is the main tower in the Exposition. It was designed by Carrere and Hastings, New York



Western Section of the Joy Zone
Title:
Western Section of the Joy Zone
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The main street of the amusement section is 3000 feet long. In a space of sixty-five acres is gathered "the greatest aggregation of amusement features for the education and entertainment of the public that was ever brought together in the world."


Wood Nymphm, Pan. Pac. Int. Expo
Title:
Wood Nymphm, Pan. Pac. Int. Expo
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused



Indiana State Building, Pan-Pac Intl. Expo
Title:
Indiana State Building, Pan-Pac Intl. Expo
San Francisco California (CA), Chrome PM 1915 Sep-20

Description:
Indiana State Building has a home-like Hoosier residence with a library of more than 15,000 volumes written by Indiana authors. The furniture and fixtures have all be sent from the home State


Japanese Gardens, Pan.-Pac. Int. Exposition
Title:
Japanese Gardens, Pan.-Pac. Int. Exposition
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused



The Nationsl of the East, Panama-Pacific International Exposition
Title:
The Nationsl of the East, Panama-Pacific International Exposition
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused


"Nature," Court of Four Seasons; at the Pan: Pac. Int. Expo 1915
Title:
"Nature," Court of Four Seasons; at the Pan: Pac. Int. Expo 1915
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused



Entrance to Palace of Machinery
Title:
Entrance to Palace of Machinery
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back PM 1915 Aug-24

Description:
At the Pan. Pac. Int. Exposition 1915


Exhibit of American Hawaiian SS Co., Transportation Building
Title:
Exhibit of American Hawaiian SS Co., Transportation Building
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Pan-Pac Int. Exposition



Italian Towers, Illuminated at the Pan-Pac Int. Exposition
Title:
Italian Towers, Illuminated at the Pan-Pac Int. Exposition
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back PM 1915 Jul-10


Moorish Temple, a Part of the Exhibit of W.P. Fuller & Co
Title:
Moorish Temple, a Part of the Exhibit of W.P. Fuller & Co
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back PM Jul-24

Description:
Pan Pacific International Exposition. Palace of Mines and Metallurgy



Section of the Zone - Pan Pac Int. Expo
Title:
Section of the Zone - Pan Pac Int. Expo
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back PM 1915


A Niche in the Court of Four Seasons
Title:
A Niche in the Court of Four Seasons
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back PM 1915 Sep-21

Description:
The Panama Pacific International Exposition - San Francisco, 1915. Opens February 20 - Closes December 4



Minor Portal, Palace of Education at the Pan. Pac. Int. Exposition
Title:
Minor Portal, Palace of Education at the Pan. Pac. Int. Exposition
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back PM 1915 Jun-3


Palace of Agriculture and Yacht Harbor
Title:
Palace of Agriculture and Yacht Harbor
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Pan Pacific International Exposition. Tivoli Cafe, Coffee & Lunch House. Always open. Eggs fresh every day from my own ranch. 50 Eddy St. San Francisco



Mullgardt's Tower - Court of Abundance
Title:
Mullgardt's Tower - Court of Abundance
San Francisco California (CA), Divided Back unused


Entrance, Palace of LIberal Arts
Title:
Entrance, Palace of LIberal Arts
San Francisco California (CA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1915 Jul-29



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