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$5.00Shows pictures and information about the Missouri History Museum Collection of 1904 World's Fair medals and badges. They were presented to Olympic participants, officials, and at other "non-Olympic" sporting events. Published in 2004, 108 pages.Maximum quantity exceededMinimum purchase amount of 0 is required$5.00Successfully Added to your Shopping CartAdding to Cart...
$5.00Lillian Schumacher's diary tells her personal story in a unique style. “A Wichita Girl Comes to the 1904 World's Fair” tells the true story of this 18-year-old who came to St. Louis for her aunt’s wedding. She relates her personal and detailed experiences in St. Louis and at the World's Fair. Lillian ended up staying in St. Louis for about 2 months, near the very end of the Fair, and she even got a job on the Pike!Maximum quantity exceededMinimum purchase amount of 0 is required
$25.00Laura Merritt documented her month-long visit from Iowa to St. Louis and the World’s Fair as a 19-tear-old, in 100-page hand-written journal. Thanks to member Margie KIndt, Laura’s journal is now available in a new book form. “At the Fair: St. Louis 1904” resembles her original journal in size and style, with the text printed in a modern font. Laura’s remarkable story is related just as she had written – you’ll feel like you’re walking through the Fair with Laura!Maximum quantity exceededMinimum purchase amount of 0 is required
$8.00A compilation of local St. Louis newspaper articles about the 1904 World's Fair written by Bert Minkin, from the Suburban Journals.
Many interesting perspectives of the 1904 World's Fair are described and detailed, including The Pike, exhibits, construction, etc.
Compiled & sold by the 1904 World's Fair Society, 1998.
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$6.00Updated and reprinted with new information!
Over 70 pictures, most in color. Includes large centerfold color aerial view of the Fair. Filled with numerous Fair articles, facts, trivia, and statistics, legends and myths of the Fair, pictures of the Fair, ferris wheel information, and A Trip on the Pike. 32 pages, updated with new information in 2018.Maximum quantity exceededMinimum purchase amount of 0 is required
$22.00Where the Lights are Shining by Jana Meehan
The splendor and scope of the 1904 World’s Fair dwarfed all other expositions. There were huge and fantastic exhibit Palaces, peoples and food from around the world, and entertainment attractions galore—including the giant Ferris Wheel. Now, imagine meeting your ideal mate, and falling so deeply in love that every light shines even brighter. Rosemary Elbe meets Jim McIntyre, a police detective, at the Fair. The conflict between her desire to be a wife and mother and her determination to have a career as an architect leads to other unexpected complications in her life.
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