Contains 36 photographs of the Pan-American Exposition, including candid snapshots of the Midway and various concessionaires,
street views of the Exposition, and prominent buildings, including the Electric Tower. The photographer is unknown. Also included
are two souvenir books:
One Hundred Views of the Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo and Niagara Falls: An Up-to-Date Souvenir Booklet for the Visitor,
the Resident and for Universal Transmission to Show Something of the Great Exposition and of the Queen City of the Lakes;
With a Brief Descriptive Guide to these Great Attractions; with Suggestions for Pleasure Trip by Lake and Land
Pan-American and Niagara Falls Views, both published in 1901.
The Pan-American Exposition was held in Buffalo, New York, from May 1 through November 2, 1901. Informally known as the Buffalo
World's Fair, the Exposition's purpose was to create a place where the Americas could exhibit and share their cultures. Exhibition
participation was limited to countries in the Western Hemisphere.
In order to reproduce, publish, broadcast, exhibit, and/or quote from this material, researchers must submit a written request
and obtain formal permission from Special Collections, Cal Poly, as the owner of the physical collection.