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Excerpt from The Story of the Exposition, Vol. 4 of 5: Being the Official History of the International Celebration Held at San Francisco in 1915 to Commemorate the Discovery of the Pacific Ocean and the Construction of the Panama Canal
Chapters page I A single-handed clock, and boiling eggs II character and classification OF the exhibits III assembling A great art exhibition IV IN A palace garden v within the palace OF fine arts VI the art OF living VII reforming the environment VIII aspects OF foreign, domestic, and colonial education Ix fighting disease X some new styles OF school XI the palace OF wonders XII filling AN exhibit palace XIII drawing the world together XIV marks OF material progress XV books, music, and art XVI the government IN liberal arts XVII liberal arts IN other lands XVIII the coin outlasts the throne XIX the exposition coins and medals XX wealth OF the people XXI manufactures OF europe and asia XXII the persian section XXIII conveniences OF life and industry XXIV IN the temple OF trade XXV wares OF foreign lands XXVI many inventions XXVII tools OF the world XXVIII oil, gas, and steam.
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