A Century of Progress records
COP13

 An inventory of the collection at the University of Illinois at Chicago

Summary Information

Repository
Richard J. Daley Library Special Collections and University Archives
Creator
Century of Progress International Exposition (1933-1934 : Chicago, Ill.).
Title
A Century of Progress records
ID
COP13
Date [inclusive]
1927-1952
Extent
12.0 Linear feet
Language
English
Abstract:
A Century of Progress International Exposition was held in Chicago during the summers of 1933 and 1934 to commemorate the incorporation of the city in 1833. This collection consists of the extant operating records of A Century Progress World's Fair.

Preferred Citation

A Century of Progress records, Special Collections and University Archives, University of Illinois at Chicago

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Administrative History

A Century of Progress International Exposition was held in Chicago during the summers of 1933 and 1934 to commemorate the incorporation of the city in 1833. Sponsors of the fair sought to broaden its appeal by adopting a theme of universal significance - the spectacular advances of science and technology during the period 1833-1933. Chicago, according to fair boosters, was "the only city of major importance whose entire life had been passed within this remarkable century, one in which the application of science to industry had brought profound changes in both the economic and cultural structure." The exposition was to serve as the "dramatization of the progress of civilization during the hundred years of Chicago's existence."

Although a number of suggestions for an appropriate celebration of the centennial had been advanced earlier, serious planning began in 1926 when Mayor William E. Dever, at the request of the Chicago Historical Society and the Chicago Plan Commission, appointed a Centennial Committee of 150 members. The Committee report, issued in July, 1927, called for the construction of several permanent buildings - a hospital, convention hall, and sports arena - in conjunction with a lakefront exposition. The report concluded that "the expenses incident to the financing of a celebration properly commemorative of Chicago's 100th Anniversary cannot be justified if the event is to take the character of a mere passing show." These proposals, submitted to the new Mayor, William H. Thompson, were opposed by a group of prominent businessmen on grounds that the general public had little interest in such an exposition, and that previous fairs had been financial disasters, sometimes precipitating business depressions. At this point, plans for a fair were abandoned.

The project was revived in November 1927, by Charles S. Peterson, who called together a new committee of sponsors. This group, which included Samuel Insull, Bernard E. Sunny, Chauncey McCormick and others, enlisted the support of Charles G. Dawes, then Vice President of the of the United States. With this backing, they appeared to before the Chicago City Council in December and received approval to organize a centennial fair. In January 1928, the Sponsors received a non-profit corporate charter as the Chicago's Second World's Fair Committee. Officers elected were Rufus C. Dawes, President; Charles S. Peterson, Vice-President; Daniel H. Burnham, Secretary; and George Woodruff, Treasurer. An Executive Committee was appointed with full power to act between meetings of the Board. The corporate name was changed to A Century of Progress on July 15, 1929.

Financing for the fair came entirely from private sources. The financial Committee, headed first by Samuel Insull and later by Charles G. Dawes, raised $271,400 for initial operating monies by the sale of Founder and Sustaining Memberships at $1,000 and $50 during January - February, 1928. A World's Fair Enrollment Committee sold advance memberships to the general public at $5.00; wide distribution of these certificates, which could be exchanged for ten admission tickets, helped promote popular interest in the fair. The bulk of the financial support, however, was obtained through the sale of $10, 000, 000 in gold notes at 6% interest, guaranteed against 40% of the gate receipts and secured by pledges of individual guarantors. Advance sales of exhibit space (begun in 1931, before the buildings were constructed) and tickets provided additional funds. Finally, goods and services needed for fair construction and valued at more than $2, 500,000 were contracted with gold notes as payment. After the close of the fair, demolition and restoration of the site, and liquidation of all claims, the corporation had a surplus of approximately $160, 000 which was divided, according to previous contract, among the Chicago Park District (formerly the South Park Commission), the Museum of Science and Industry, the Art Institute, the Adler Planetarium and other institutions which had made substantial contributions to the success of the exposition.

A Century of Progress was held on the lakefront from 12th Place to 39th Street, including Northerly Island and the lagoons. Although the lakefront had been considered the prime site from the earliest plans for an exposition, securing authority for its use required careful negotiations with the South Park Commission who held jurisdiction over the area. The enabling act authorizing the South Park Commissioners to conclude a contract with the fair corporation was passed by the Illinois General Assembly in June 1929; the Century of Progress Ordinance was not issued by the Commissioners until April 1930. Provisions of the ordinance included posting of a substantial performance bond as well as agreement to completely clear and restore the site to the satisfaction of the Commissioners. A second ordinance was passed, incorporating slight changes in the site boundaries, to cover the operating period 1934. After demolition of the fair in 1935, the status of obligations between the Century of Progress and the Chicago Park District was settled by decree of the Superior Court, December 29, 1937.

In the early stages of preparation, fair officials sought assistance in developing master plans in two critical and interrelated areas - architecture and scientific exhibits. The theme of scientific progress was to be developed not only through exhibits but also by the buildings which housed them. Thus the fair architecture would represent application of the most advanced concepts in design construction to the problem of effective display of scientific exhibits.

An architectural Commission was appointed in March, 1928 with responsibility for determining the overall development of the buildings and grounds. The Commission produced an asymmetrical plan of "modern" design which recommended extensive use of the water areas to balance the long, narrow site. Mass application of a vivid color scheme for exteriors and interiors was presented as a means of defining aspects of individual buildings and unifying the diverse structural forms. Illumination of the fairgrounds by night for decorative effect was also an important feature of the plans. Eventually the site was divided into sections, each architect preparing designs and preliminary drawings for at least one building. The structure with the most architectural impact was the Travel and Transport Building, designed by E. H. Bennett, H. Burnham and J. A. Holabird. It featured a dome with interior dimensions of 125 feet high and 200 feet across, hung by an intricate cable system. The dome enclosed the "largest unobstructed area beneath a roof" that had been constructed up to that time, and represented the "first important application of architecture of the suspension bridge principle of support."

Scientific expertise was secured through the cooperation of the National Research Council, which endorsed the fair in October 1928, and named a large Science Advisory Committee. The preliminary report of this committee, issued April 8 1930, called for the construction of a "temple of science" to house exhibits in biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics; a mountain range for exhibits in earth sciences; and a Maya Temple for anthropological exhibits. In addition, 750,000 square feet of exhibit space was to be allotted to displays of applied science and technology. These recommendations were so inclusive that their implementation would have required virtually the entire space of the fair as finally constructed. Because of the stringent financial limitations following the stock market crash in October 1929 (the day after the gold notes were issued), major cut-backs had to be made in the proposals of the architectural and scientific advisory boards. The Works and Exhibits Departments were charged with producing plans that could be carried out within the budget. Their scaled-down plans did result in some drastic changes to the original proposals. For example, the Hall of Science, conceived as the architectural and conceptual focal point of the fair, was originally to be built astride the 16th street bridge over the lagoon. This type of construction was rejected as too costly, and a design intended for a general exhibits building was modified to serve as the Hall of Science. Ralph Walker's proposal for a massive tower of water and light at the lower end of the lagoon was also eliminated because of cost, the Skyride being substituted. The Exhibits Department consolidated the Science Advisory Committee recommendations under broad general categories and solicited exhibits from industries in areas where the fair could not afford to construct its own. The donor was allowed to display a product trade name on such exhibits - e. g., mining equipment for metallurgical display - a practice resulting in charges of commercialization.

Administration of the fair was highly centralized in the office of the General Manager, Lenox Riley Lohr. Lohr was responsible only to the President and had direct control over all opereating departments. He named all department heads, approved all expenditures, and signed all contracts. In the attempt to minimize operating expenses in 1934, the departmental organization was abandoned. Administrative authority was delegated to special assistants to the General Manager who were responsible for specific operating functions or districts of the fair.

Principle fair features were the scientific and industrial exhibits; historical replicas of old Fort Dearborn and a group of buildings associated with Abraham Lincoln; pavilions of the states and federal government; foreign villages, including the notorious "Streets of Paris;" and the Midway and Enchanted Island amusements. The Art Institute cooperated by staging an important exhibit with the theme, "A Century of Progress in American Collecting." The Adler Planetarium was operated as an attraction, and special events and athletic contests were held in nearby Soldier Field. Te fair sponsored a pageant of transportation entitled, "Wings of a Century," as well as nationality days, visits by distinguished guests, conferences and professional meetings and miscellaneous publicity stunts.

A Century of Progress was originally scheduled to run from May27 to November 12, 1933, but the attendance (ca 22. 3 million) ran far below the projection of 60 million with the result that the bondholders had been paid only 50% on their investment. The decision to operate a second year was based on the estimate that the overhead expenses could be reduced to a minimum resulting in a larger daily take from the gate receipts, which could be used to retire the gold notes. This prediction proved to be correct. The 1934 fair, billed as the beginning of a New Century of Progress, attracted over 16 million paying customers between May 26th and October 31 and resulted in a slight surplus after the bondholders had been paid in full. This successful financial conclusion is cited as the outstanding accomplishment of the fair officials, especially in view of the opposition of many of the leading Chicago businessmen and the depressed economic conditions of the country.

According to the terms of the Century of Progress Ordinance, the site was to be cleared and restored to the satisfaction of the South Park Commissioners. In practice this meant that certain improvements - service roads, utilities etc. - were retained by the Park Board, which also took over the Administration for its headquarters until 1940. All other structures were razed - the sole exception being a commemorative marble column to General Italo Balbo and the Italian aviators who flew to the fair in 1933. This was given by the Italian government to the City of Chicago and stands on the fair site off Lake Shore Drive.

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Scope and Contents

This section contains the records of the Transportation Department. It includes correspondence and forms regarding the transportation of goods arriving at A Century of Progress for exhibits.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Richard J. Daley Library Special Collections and University Archives June 2005

801 S. Morgan Street
Chicago, Illinois, 60607
312.996.2742

Acquisition Information

The Manuscript Section of the UIC Library received the records as part of the Lenox Riley Lohr Collection in 1968. This donation also included records of the Chicago Railroad Fair (1948 to 1949) and Lohr's personal papers. Each of these groups was handled as a separate collection. A Century of Progress papers became part of the Lohr Collection in the following way:

The Century of Progress corporation continued in existence a number of years after the close of the exposition to supervise demolition, little legal claims, and close the accounts. The General Managere was charged by the Board of Trustees with writing the official history of the fair. Lohr's staff went through the files and removed specific items to compile special subject folders, chronologies and department histories. The items, as well as certain important record groups, were sent to Lohr's New York office when he became President of NBC in 1936. Meanwhile, the bulk of the corporate records were transferred from the Administration building on the fairgrounds to a downtown Chicago office under the supervision of the Secretary. Selected series were loaned out to persons working on the official history.

In 1940, when Lohr returned to Chicago to become President of the Museum of Science and Industry, he proposed that A Century of Progress office be closed and all records be transferred to the Museum. The museum also assumed all outstanding obligations and claims of the corporation. A Century of Progress memorial exhibit was dedicated on May 27, 1942. In the course of these moves, some of the records were lost or destroyed, although no systematic appraisal and disposition was carried out. The official fair history was not published until 1952, when Lohr revised sections of the manuscript and issued it as Fair Management. After Lohr's death in 1968, the Century of Progress papers were offered to the UIC Library.

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Related Materials

Separated Material

The following items were discarded: insurance release cards for Skyride passengers; certificates of appreciation to employees (index retained); invitations and address list for Sears Roebuck tea; demolition permits (index retained); demolition personnel - time cards; exhibitors' and concessionaires' application permits, sales agreements; alphabetical and numerical lists of form numbers; construction orders; galley proofs for Fair Management. The following record series are missing and presumed destroyed by the donor: operations and maintenance files; works department; design and construction files for exhibitors.

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Collection Inventory

Series XIII: Transportation Section 

Box Folder

Consumption, 1931-1933 

1 13-1

Lama Temple - Archaeological Trust, 1933-1935 

1 13-2

Lama Temple - Archaeological Trust, 1932-1934 

1 13-3

Lama Temple - Archaeological Trust, 1932-1935 

1 13-4

Belgian Village, 1933-1934 

1 13-5

Japanese Exhibits Association, 1933-1934 

1 13-6

Burroughs Welcome and Co., 1933-1935 

1 13-7

Burroughs Welcome and Co., 1933-1935 

1 13-8

Burroughs Welcome and Co., 1933-1935 

1 13-9

S.A.C.T.E.R Basic Science, 1932-1934 

1 13-10

S.A.C.T.E.R Basic Science, 1932-1934 

1 13-11

Basic Science, 1932-1934 

1 13-12

Basic Science, 1932-1934 

1 13-13

Basic Science, 1932-1933 

1 13-14

Basic Science, 1932-1933 

1 13-15

Basic Science, 1933 

1 13-16

Basic Science, 1932-1933 

1 13-17

Basic Science, 1932-1933 

1 13-18

Basic Science, 1932-1934 

1 13-19

Japanese Exhibits Association, 1933-1934 

2 13-20

Archaeological Trust, 1933-1934 

2 13-21

Burroughs Wellcome Co., 1932-1934 

2 13-22

Basic Science, 1933-1934 

2 13-23

Basic Science, 1933-1934 

2 13-24

Basic Science, 1933-1934 

2 13-25

Basic Science, 1933-1934 

2 13-26

Basic Science, 1933-1935 

2 13-27

Basic Science, 1932-1934 

2 13-28

Basic Science, 1933-1934 

2 13-29

Basic Science, 1933-1935 

2 13-30

Basic Science, 1933-1935 

2 13-31

Basic Science, 1933 

2 13-32

Basic Science, 1933-1934 

2 13-33

Basic Science, 1933 

2 13-34

Japanese Exhibits Association, 1933-1934 

2 13-35

Burroughs Wellcome Co., 1933-1934 

2 13-36

Burroughs Wellcome Co., 1933-1934 

2 13-37

Burroughs Wellcome Co., 1933-1934 

2 13-38

Burroughs Wellcome Co., 1933-1934 

2 13-39

Basic Science, 1934 

3 13-40

Basic Science, 1933-1934 

3 13-41

Basic Science, 1933-1934 

3 13-42

Basic Science, 1933-1934 

3 13-43

Morris Alanf, 1934 

3 13-44

Japanese Exhibits Association, 1933-1934 

3 13-45

Basic Science, 1933-1934 

3 13-46

Basic Science, 1934 

3 13-47

Basic Science, 1933-1934 

3 13-48

Basic Science, 1933 

3 13-49

Basic Science, 1933 

3 13-50

Basic Science, 1933 

3 13-51

Japanese Exhibits Association, 1933-1934 

3 13-52

Japanese Exhibits Association, 1933 

3 13-53

Old Heidelberg, 1933 

3 13-54

Japanese Exhibits Association, 1933 

3 13-55

Burroughs Welcome and Co., 1934 

3 13-56

V. Mueller and Co., 1934 

3 13-57

Japanese Exhibits Association, 1933-1934 

3 13-58

Irish Free State, 1933-1936 

3 13-59

Basic Science, 1933-1934 

3 13-60

Swedish Chicago Committee, 1933 

3 13-61

H. Conroy and Co., 1933 

3 13-62

International Order of Kings Daughters and Sons, 1933 

3 13-63

J. Vandersteen, 1933 

3 13-64

E. R. Misrachi, 1933 

3 13-65

J. Vantersteen, 1933 

3 13-66

Irish Free State, 1933 

3 13-67

F. E. Bosch, 1933 

3 13-68

Burroughs Wellcome Co., 1933-1934 

3 13-69

B. Sumar, 1935 

3 13-70

Basic Science, 1933 

4 13-71

Japanese Exhibits Association, 1933 

4 13-72

Mrs. R. Rassmussen, 1933 

4 13-73

Burroughs Wellcome Co., 1933-1934 

4 13-74

C. N. De P. Defensa Del Tabaco Habano, 1933 

4 13-75

Nelson Machinery Corp., 1933 

4 13-76

Mr. Root, 1933 

4 13-77

Italian Commission, 1933-1935 

4 13-78

Basic Science, 1933-1935 

4 13-79

Basic Science, 1933-1935 

4 13-80

Egyptian Commission, 1933-1934 

4 13-81

Selim D. Mizrahi, 1933 

4 13-82

Canadian Government, 1933 

4 13-83

The Cuneo Press, Inc., 1933-1934 

4 13-84

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933 

4 13-85

Merck and Co., Inc., 1933 

4 13-86

Ukranian Word's Fair Committee, 1933-1934 

4 13-87

Irish Free State, 1933 

4 13-88

Dr. Eben Corey, 1933 

4 13-89

P. V. Bright, 1933 

4 13-90

E. R. Misrachi, 1933 

4 12-91

Swedish Chicago Committee, 1933 

4 13-92

N. Arias, 1933 

4 13-93

Tobaco Habana, 1933 

4 13-94

French Line, 1933 

4 13-95

E.R. Misrachi, 1933 

4 13-96

Burroughs Wellcome Co., 1933-1934 

4 13-97

E. R. Misrachi, 1933-1934 

4 13-98

Canadian Government, 1933 

4 13-99

Burroughs Welcome Co., 1933-1934 

4 13-100

E. R. Misrachi, 1933-1934 

4 13-101

Harvey C. Wood, 1933 

4 13-102

Canadian Government, 1933 

4 13-103

Canadian Government, 1933-1934 

4 13-104

Ukranian Exhibit, 1933 

4 13-105

Museum of Science and Industry, 1934 

4 13-106

Museum of Science and Industry, 1933 

4 13-107

Joseph V. Serfaty, 1933 

4 13-108

Jack Benadeon, 1933 

4 13-109

McGill University, 1933 

4 13-110

Lomis Szasky, 1933 

4 13-111

Lomis Szasky, 1933 

4 13-112

Frederick Lunning, 1933-1934 

4 13-113

Burroughs Wellcome and Co., 1933-1934 

4 13-114

E. .R. Misrachi, 1933 

4 13-115

Furmote Chemical Co., 1933 

4 13-116

M. De Conser, 1933-1934 

4 13-117

M. De Conser, 1933-1934 

4 13-118

Joseph A. Elanf, 1933 

4 13-119

Basic Science, 1933 

4 13-120

David Bocatza, 1933 

4 13-121

Gin Sun Trading Co., 1933 

4 13-122

Egypt Commission, 1933 

5 13-123

Palestine Government, 1933 

5 13-124

Mr. C. A. McMartin, 1933 

5 13-125

David Bacabza, 1933 

5 13-126

Chinese Mercantile Corp., 1933 

5 13-127

E. R. Misrachi, 1933 

5 13-128

Basic Science, 1933 

5 13-129

Surface Combustion Co., 1933 

5 13-130

J. B. Bacabza, 1933 

5 13-131

Burroughs, Wellcome and Co., 1933-1935 

5 13-132

French Line, 1933 

5 13-133

David Bacabza, 1933 

5 13-134

David Bacabza, 1933 

5 13-135

Chang Hung, 1933 

5 13-136

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933-1935 

5 13-137

Sassons, 1933 

5 13-138

London Midland and Scottish Railway, 1932-1933 

5 13-139

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933 

5 13-140

Nguyen Lau, 1933-1934 

5 13-141

Chinese Exhibitors Association, 1933 

5 13-142

The Cuneo Press, 1933 

5 13-143

Maison M. Riahi, 1934 

5 13-144

Maison Maatki, 1933 

5 13-145

Harmadi Smida, 1933 

5 13-146

Racem Kharaz and Co., 1933-1934 

5 13-147

Dr. John O. Hall, 1933-1934 

5 13-147

David Bacabza, 1933-1934 

5 13-149

Irish Free State, 1933 

5 13-150

Mohamed Zamirani, 1933 

5 13-151

Danish Government, 1933 

5 13-152

Swedish Chicago Committee, 1933 

5 13-153

Basic Science, 1933-1934 

5 13-154

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933 

5 13-155

Italian Commission, 1933 

5 13-156

Chicnese Exhibit Association, 1933 

5 13-157

Ukranian Worlds Fair Commission, 1933-1934 

5 13-158

J. D. Misrahi, 1933 

5 13-159

Hans Doss, 1933 

5 13-160

Ukranian Worlds Fair Commission, 1933 

5 13-161

S. D. Misrahi, 1933 

5 13-162

French Line, 1933 

5 13-163

Diamond Exhibit Corp., 1933-1934 

5 13-164

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933-1934 

5 13-165

Museum of Science and Industry, 1933-1934 

5 13-166

Archeological Trust, 1933-1935 

5 13-167

M. Mathur, 1933 

6 13-168

E. R. Misrachi, 1933 

6 13-169

Dr. John O. Hall, 1933 

6 13-170

Burroughs Wellcome and Co., 1933-1934 

6 13-171

M. Mather, 1933 

6 13-172

Archaeological Trust, 1933 

6 13-173

Erie Kraif, 1933 

6 13-174

G. Hannaivia, 1933 

6 13-175

Si Hackemi Amerani, 1933 

6 13-176

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933 

6 13-177

Ukranian Commission, 1933 

6 13-178

Victor Unterrienir, 1933 

6 13-179

G. Hannania, 1933 

6 13-180

Basic Science, 1933 

6 13-181

Arenanir and Hakim, 1933 

6 13-182

G. Hannaivia, 1933 

6 13-183

China Mercantile, 1933 

6 13-184

D. Pesaresi, 1933-1934 

6 13-185

Charles Nunneman, 1933-1934 

6 13-186

E. Leitz, Inc., 1933-1934 

6 13-187

Chinese Exhibit Association, 1933 

6 13-188

Tzo To Koong, 1933 

6 13-189

American Express Co., 1933 

6 13-190

Lunenburg Exhibit Ltd., 1933 

6 13-191

Museum of Science and Industry, 1933-1934 

6 13-192

J. D. Mishrahi, 1933 

6 13-193

Pannomia Labstain, 1933 

6 13-194

Belgian Village, 1933 

6 13-195

Kharouf Bros. and Sharon, 1933 

6 13-196

Hungarian Pavilion, 1933 

6 13-197

S.D. Mizrahi, 1933 

6 13-198

G. B. Rota, 1933-1934 

6 13-199

D. Pesaresi, 1933-1934 

6 13-200

American Express Co., 1933-1934 

6 13-201

Canadian Commissioners, 1933 

6 13-202

A. Smida, 1933 

6 13-203

Diamond Exhibits Corp., 1933-1934 

6 13-204

[Skipped], 1933 

6 13-205

Irish Free State, 1933 

6 13-206

American Express Co., 1933 

6 13-207

Egyptian Commission, 1933 

6 13-208

Ukranian Polytechnic Academy, 1933 

6 13-209

Swedish Chicago Committee, 1933 

6 13-210

Guennoni, Trab El, 1933-1934 

6 13-211

M. Hassani, 1933 

6 13-212

Sidi Driss Serghini, 1933 

6 13-213

M. Amrani, 1933 

7 13-214

Jack Benabon, 1933 

7 13-215

Krausz Bros., 1933 

7 13-216

Belgian Village, 1933 

7 13-217

Italian Pavilion, 1933 

7 13-218

Moletar Ben Mulad, 1933 

7 13-219

Elie Kraif, 1933 

7 13-220

Mohammed Charat, 1933 

7 13-221

Prof. John O. Hall, 1933 

7 13-222

E. Krausz, 1933 

7 13-223

Dr. Josef Vizerdyi, 1933 

7 13-224

Mr. Arias, 1933 

7 13-225

Elis Misrachi, 1933 

7 13-226

Dr. Josef Vizradyi, 1933 

7 13-227

Egyptian Commissioner, 1933 

7 13-228

Eugene Contesso, 1933 

7 13-229

S. Mizrahi, 1933 

7 13-230

S. Mizrahi, 1933 

7 13-231

A. & R Arouani, 1933 

7 13-232

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933-1934 

7 13-233

Krausz Bros., 1933 

7 13-234

Burroughs Wellcome Co., 1933 

7 13-235

S. Mizrahi, 1933 

7 13-236

J. D. Mizrahi, 1933 

7 13-237

Morocco Commission, 1933 

7 13-238

F. P Cosgrove, 1933 

7 13-239

M. Kurzinsky, 1933 

7 13-240

Nicolas Arias, 1933 

7 13-241

Nicolas Arias, 1933 

7 13-242

Egypt Commission, 1933 

7 13-243

Diamond Exhibit Corp., 1933 

7 13-244

E. R. Mirachi, 1933 

7 13-245

A. Shimy, 1933 

7 13-246

R. Sticha, 1933 

7 12-247

F. P Cosgrove, 1933 

7 13-248

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933 

7 13-249

H. Smida, 1933 

7 13-250

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933-1934 

7 13-251

E. R. Misrachi, 1933 

7 13-252

Burroughs Wellcome Co., 1933 

7 13-253

Rallo Renato, 1933 

7 13-254

Basic Science, 1933 

7 13-255

Ukranian World Fair Commission, 1933 

7 13-256

Swedish Chicago Commission, 1933 

7 13-257

Maurice Bendah, 1933 

7 13-258

Hector Toniatto, 1933 

7 13-259

Solomon Behar, 1933 

7 13-260

H. Smida, 1933 

7 13-261

A. Khobja, 1933 

7 13-262

Ukranian World's Fair Commission, 1933 

7 13-263

Swedish Chicago Commission, 1933 

7 13-264

Alfred Ventura, 1933-1934 

7 13-265

F. P. Cosgrove, 1933 

7 13-266

Costa Rica Commission, 1933 

7 13-267

Krausz Bros., 1933 

7 13-268

Krausz Bros., 1933 

7 13-269

American Express Co., 1933 

7 13-270

Jack Benabar, 1933 

7 13-271

K. Hanania, 1933 

7 13-272

H. E. Edwards, 1933 

7 13-273

E. R. Misrachi, 1933 

7 13-274

E. R. Misrachi, 1933 

7 13-275

Kallo Renato, 1933 

7 13-276

Christine Moore, 1933 

7 13-277

Ukranian Word's Fair Commission, 1933 

7 13-278

R. Sticha, 1933 

8 13-279

Solomon Behan, 1933 

8 13-280

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933 

8 13-281

A. Hehioni, 1933 

8 13-282

Jack Benabon, 1933-1934 

8 13-283

The Women's Architectural Club, 1933 

8 13-284

M. Mathur, 1933 

8 13-285

The Diamond Corp. Ltd., 1933 

8 13-286

E. R. Misrachi, 1933 

8 13-287

A and K Arouani, 1933-1935 

8 13-288

E. R. Misrachi, 1933 

8 13-289

M. Mathur, 1933 

8 13-290

M. Mathur, 1933 

8 13-291

J. Halona, 1933 

8 13-292

V. Kolhert Sechne, 1933 

8 13-293

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933 

8 13-294

Mr. Chang, 1933-1934 

8 13-295

Taiet El Guenniem, 1933-1934 

8 13-296

Mohamed Zamrani, 1933-1934 

8 13-297

F. P Cosgrove, 1933 

8 13-298

Ukranian Commission, 1933 

8 13-299

Mohamed Zemrani, 1933 

8 13-300

Irish Free State, 1933 

8 13-301

Burroughs Welcome and Co., 1933-1934 

8 13-302

Kraif and Mescal, 1934 

8 13-303

Amer Miscal, 1933-1934 

8 13-304

Dr. Henry Crern, 1933-1934 

8 13-305

Krausz Bros., 1933-1934 

8 13-306

H. Smida, 1933-1934 

8 13-307

Allala Belhadiz, 1933-1934 

8 13-308

M Riahi, 1933-1934 

8 13-309

M. Ben Mihad, 1933-1934 

8 13-310

Ukranian Commission, 1933-1934 

8 13-311

A and K Arouani, 1933-1934 

8 13-312

Dome of The Rock, 1933-1934 

8 13-313

A. Movatki, 1933-1934 

8 13-314

Jack Benabon, 1933-1934 

8 13-315

Charge For Correspondence, Prints and Tracings, Traffic Compilations, 1934 

8 13-316

David Bacobza, 1933-1934 

8 13-317

Kallo Renato, 1933 

8 13-318

S. Behram, 1933-1934 

8 13-319

V. Suzenidjian, 1933-1934 

8 13-320

Cesano Bros., 1933-1934 

8 13-321

Cesano Bros., 1933-1934 

8 13-322

Cesano Bros., 1933-1934 

8 13-323

Atadsi Jegyzek, 1933-1934 

8 13-324

Hardi Bucres, 1933-1934 

8 13-325

Victor Unterreimer, 1933-1934 

8 13-326

V. Suzerindjian, 1933-1934 

8 13-327

Dr. Eben Carey, 1933-1934 

8 13-328

Bonded Room, 1933-1934 

8 13-329

P Krills, 1933-1934 

8 13-330

Issa Shahla, 1933-1934 

8 13-331

John O. Hall, 1933-1934 

8 13-332

Nicolas Arias, 1933-1934 

8 13-333

S. Mizrahi, 1933-1934 

8 13-334

M. Riahi, 1933-1934 

8 13-335

R. Sticha, 1933-1934 

8 13-336

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1934 

8 13-337

Mr. Thornfield, 1933-1934 

8 13-338

Costa Rica Commission, 1933-1934 

8 13-339

David Bocskza, 1933-1934 

8 13-340

E. R. Mirachi, 1933-1934 

8 13-341

A. Smida, 1933-1934 

8 13-342

E. Owen, 1933-1934 

8 13-343

Krausz Bros., 1933-1934 

8 13-344

Planetarium, 1933-1934 

9 13-345

Chinese Exhibit Association, 1933-1934 

9 13-346

Burroughs Wellcome and Co., 1933-1934 

9 13-347

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933-1934 

9 13-348

E. M. Cohen, 1933-1934 

9 13-349

E. M. Cohen, 1933-1934 

9 13-350

David Aditi, 1933-1934 

9 13-351

Krausz Brothers, 1933-1935 

9 13-352

A and K Arouani, 1933-1935 

9 13-353

Victor Unterreiner, 1933-1934 

9 13-354

Sol Behar, 1933-1934 

9 13-355

E. R. Misrachi, 1933-1934 

9 13-356

F. E. Bosch, 1933-1934 

9 13-357

S. D. Misrahi, 1933-1934 

9 13-358

Ukranian World's Fair Commission, 1933-1934 

9 13-359

Bacdoza and Co., 1933-1934 

9 13-360

Rene De Sinet, 1933-1934 

9 13-361

Rene De Sinet, 1933-1934 

9 13-362

David Bocdeza, 1933-1934 

9 13-363

David Bocdeza, 1933-1934 

9 13-364

Charge For Correspondence, Prince, Tracings and Traffic Compilations, 1933-1934 

9 13-365

Elie Leny, 1933-1934 

9 13-366

Sammy Tony, 1933-1934 

9 13-367

Mescal, 1933-1934 

9 13-368

A and K. Arouani, 1933-1935 

9 13-369

M. Mathur, 1933-1934 

9 13-370

Frederick Lunning, 1933-1934 

9 13-371

H. Bucres, 1933-1934 

9 13-372

Tien My Et Thine Seng, 1933-1934 

9 13-373

Tien My Et Thine Seng, 1933-1934 

9 13-374

Tien My Et Thine Seng, 1933-1934 

9 13-375

Henri Salti, 1933-1934 

9 13-376

Rene De Sinet, 1933-1934 

9 13-377

M. Patel, 1933-1934 

9 13-378

S. Misrahi, 1933-1934 

9 13-379

J. Vizalyi, 1933-1934 

9 13-380

Basic Science, 1933-1934 

9 13-381

R. Hanamia, 1933-1934 

9 13-382

Rene De Sinet, 1933-1934 

9 13-383

H. Van Dyke, 1933-1934 

9 13-384

H. Van Dyke, 1933-1934 

9 13-385

E. R. Misrachi, 1933-1934 

9 13-386

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933-1934 

9 13-387

Renet De Sinet, 1933-1934 

9 13-388

William Roosen, 1933-1934 

9 13-389

William Roosen, 1933-1934 

9 13-390

Rene De Sinet, 1933-1934 

9 13-391

Frank E. Bosch, 1933-1934 

9 13-392

Racem Karrasz, 1933 

9 13-393

Canadian Commissioner, 1933-1934 

9 13-394

Japanese Exhibitors Association, 1933 

9 13-395

Morroccan Commissioner, 1933 

9 13-396

A and K. Arouani, 1933-1935 

9 13-397

Ramlerims Incorporating Co, 1933-1934 

9 13-398

Jewekers Association, 1933-1934 

9 13-399

Egyptian Commission, 1933-1934 

9 13-400

Leo Herzel, 1933-1934 

9 13-401

Leo Herzel, 1933-1934 

9 13-402

Leo Herzel, 1933-1934 

9 13-403

Mr. Potie, 1933-1934 

9 13-404

A. Kroch, 1933-1934 

9 13-405

A. Kroch, 1933-1934 

9 13-406

Indo China Commission, 1933-1934 

9 13-407

Phan Chan Huang, 1933-1934 

9 13-408

George M. Potie, 1933-1934 

9 13-409

Krausz Bros., 1933-1934 

9 13-410

S. D. Misrahi, 1933-1934 

10 13-411

Brazil Commissioner, 1933-1934 

10 13-412

Brazil Commissioner, 1933-1934 

10 13-413

Hector Toniatti, 1933-1934 

10 13-414

Nicholas Arias, 1933-1934 

10 13-415

Abdelziz Zaruche, 1933-1934 

10 13-416

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1934 

10 13-417

W. Kernendizinska, 1933-1934 

10 13-418

Angelo Pesaresi, 1933-1934 

10 13-419

Tien My Et Thine Seng, 1933-1934 

10 13-420

Tien My Et Thine Seng, 1933-1934 

10 13-421

Arousani and Hakim, 1933-1934 

10 13-422

U. Sahi, 1933-1934 

10 13-423

Nicholas Arias, 1933-1934 

10 13-424

Meses Marro, 1933-1934 

10 13425

Moses Marro, 1933-1934 

10 13-426

Raphael Benaben, 1933-1934 

10 13-427

Cohen and Maschieff, 1933-1934 

10 13-428

Jos. Elalanf, 1933-1934 

10 13-429

Mohammed Cherrott, 1933-1934 

10 13-430

Nguyen - Lam, 1933-1934 

10 13-431

American Express Co., 1933-1934 

10 13-432

Jack Benabon, 1933-1934 

10 13-433

G. Vandersteen, 1933-1934 

10 13-434

Frank Humpries, 1933-1934 

10 13-435

Belgian Village, 1933 

10 13-436

Huran Bros., 1933-1934 

10 13-437

Italian Commission, 1933-1934 

10 13-438

J. Halena, 1933-1934 

10 13-439

Chas Nunneman, 1933 

10 13-440

Tien My Et Thine Seng, 1933-1934 

10 13-441

A. and K. Arouani, 1933-1934 

10 13-442

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1934 

10 13-443

Frederick Lunning, 1933-1934 

10 13-444

Nicolas Arrias, 1933-1934 

10 13-445

Irish Free State, 1933-1934 

10 13-446

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1934 

10 13-447

C. Thornfield, 1933-1934 

10 13-448

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1934 

10 13-449

J. Hugh and Danis, 1933-1934 

10 13-450

Tien My Et Thine Seng, 1933-1934 

10 13-451

Chas Nunneman, 1933-1934 

10 13-452

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933-1934 

10 13-453

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933-1934 

10 13-454

J. D. Mizrahi, 1933-1934 

10 13-455

D. Becobza, 1933-1934 

10 13-456

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1934 

10 13-457

Frank Poglitsch, 1933-1934 

10 13-458

Nicolas Arias, 1933-1934 

10 13-459

Nicolas Arras, 1933-1934 

10 13-460

K. Miloniato, 1933-1934 

10 13-461

A. and K. Arouani, 1933-1934 

10 13-462

Chas. Nunneman, 

10 13-463

J. Vandersteen, 1933-1934 

10 13-464

A and K. Arouani, 1933-1934 

10 13-465

A. Hastigha Transformers, 1933-1934 

10 13-466

Brazil Coffee Co., 1933-1935 

10 13-467

Brazil Coffee Co., 1933-1935 

10 13-468

Cohen and Mascheiff, 1933-1935 

10 13-469

F. P. Cosgrove, 1933-1935 

10 13-470

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1935 

10 13-471

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933-1935 

10 13-472

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933-1935 

10 13-473

S. Misrahi, 1933-1934 

10 13-474

M. Batarse, 1933-1934 

10 13-475

Charles Nunneman, 1933-1934 

10 13-476

Fred Lunning, 1933-1934 

10 13-477

Cesana Bros., 1933-1934 

10 13-478

E. Owen, 1933-1934 

10 13-479

Royal Scot Train, 1933-1934 

10 13-480

C.P. Chan, 1933-1934 

10 13-481

William Roosen, 1933-1934 

10 13-482

Egyptian Commission, 1933-1934 

10 13-483

Furrmoto Chemical Co., 1933-1934 

10 13-484

Jack Bendeson, 1933-1934 

10 13-485

S. Cianelli, 1933-1934 

11 13-486

Krausz Bros., 1933-1934 

11 13-487

Swedish Chicago Commission, 1933-1934 

11 13-488

Jack Benabon, 1933-1934 

11 13-489

J. Vandersteen, 1933-1934 

11 13-490

M. Idassani, 1933-1934 

11 13-491

Mohammed Zernnani, 1933-1934 

11 13-492

A. Senghini, 1933-1934 

11 13-493

E. R. Misrachi, 1933-1934 

11 13-494

M. Hasani, 1933-1934 

11 13-495

Mohammed Serghini, 1933-1934 

11 13-496

A. Serghini and Co., 1933-1934 

11 13-497

Si Hackim El Amrami, 1933-1934 

11 13-498

Chinese Exhibit Association, 1933-1934 

11 13-499

Chas Nunneman, 1933-1934 

11 13-500

Mohammed Amrani, 1933-1934 

11 13-501

Mohammed Zenrani, 1933-1934 

11 13-502

Ben Youssif, 1933-1934 

11 13-503

S. D. Mizrahi, 1933-1934 

11 13-504

Prince Salie, 1933-1934 

11 13-505

Gean Aulowski, 1933-1934 

11 13-506

Arouani and Hakim, 1933-1934 

11 13-507

Brazil Delegation, 1933-1934 

11 13-508

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1934 

11 13-509

Mohammed Cherratt, 1933-1934 

11 13-510

Ernst Bosch, 1933-1934 

11 13-511

M. Cheratt, 1933-1934 

11 13-512

Rene Grimon Provence, 1933-1934 

11 13-513

Brazil Delegation, 1933-1934 

11 13-514

Brazil Delegation, 1933-1934 

11 13-515

A. Serghini, 1933-1934 

11 13-516

H. Amrani, 1933-1934 

11 13-517

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933-1934 

11 13-518

M. El. Hassani, 1933-1934 

11 13-519

M. Serghini, 1933-1934 

11 13-520

Charles Nunneman, 1933-1934 

11 13-522

Italian State Tourist Association, 1933-1934 

11 13-523

E. R. Misrachi, 1933-1934 

11 13-524

Jack Benabon, 1933-1934 

11 13-525

Tien My and Thine Seng, 1933-1934 

11 13-526

M. Zemrani, 1933-1934 

11 13-527

Krausz Bros., 1933-1934 

11 13-528

S. D. Mizrahi, 1933-1934 

11 13-529

H. Amrani, 1933-1934 

11 13-530

Frank Humphries, 1933-1934 

11 13-531

Swedish Chicago Commission, 1933-1934 

11 13-532

H. Smida, 1933-1934 

11 13-533

Charles Nunneman, 1933-1934 

11 13-534

Charles Nunneman, 1933-1934 

11 13-535

E. R. Misrachi, 1933-1934 

11 13-536

Jack Benabon, 1933-1934 

11 13-537

Bocdeza, Mechin and Lerny, 1933-1934 

11 13-538

Bocdeza, Mechin and Lerny, 1933-1934 

11 13-539

Costa Rica, 1933-1934 

11 13-540

Chas. Nunneman, 1933-1934 

11 13-541

Bocdeza, Mechin and Lerny, 1933-1934 

11 13-542

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1934 

11 13-543

Canada Commission, 1933-1934 

11 13-544

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933-1934 

11 13-545

Royal Scot Train, 1933-1934 

11 13-546

F. P. Cosgrove, 1933-1934 

11 13-547

Chas. Nunneman, 1933-1934 

11 13-548

N. Serghini, 1933-1934 

11 13-549

A. and K. Arouani, 1933-1934 

11 13-550

Owen Bros., 1933-1934 

11 13-551

Royal Scot Train, 1933-1934 

11 13-552

Jack Benabon, 1933-1934 

11 13-553

M. Mathur and Co., 1933-1934 

11 13-554

E. R. Misrachi, 1933-1934 

11 13-555

E. R. Misrachi, 1933-1934 

11 13-556

M. Sallie, 1933-1934 

11 13-557

D. Becobza, 1933-1934 

11 13-558

Chas Nunneman, 1933-1934 

11 13-559

Swedish Chicago Commission, 1933-1934 

11 13-560

B. Machieff, 1933-1934 

11 13-561

International Canning Contest, 1933-1934 

11 13-562

William Roosen, 1933-1934 

11 13-563

William Roosen, 1933-1934 

11 13-564

Egyptian Commission, 1933-1934 

11 13-565

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933-1934 

11 13-566

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933-1934 

11 13-567

M. Batarse, 1933-1934 

11 13-568

Roy James Battes, 1933-1934 

11 13-569

Chas. Nunneman, 1933-1934 

11 13-570

Chas Nunneman, 1933-1934 

11 13-571

A and K. Arouani, 1933-1934 

11 13-572

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1934 

11 13-573

Chechoslovakia, 1933-1934 

11 13-574

Cohen and Maschieff, 1933-1934 

11 13-575

A. and K. Arouani, 1933-1934 

11 13-576

Swedish Chicago Commission, 1933-1934 

12 13-577

Chang Wen Ti, 1933-1934 

12 13-578

A. and K. Arouani, 1933-1934 

12 13-579

Italian State Tourists office, 1933-1934 

12 13-580

Prine U. Sahie, 1933-1934 

12 13-581

M. Mathur, 1933-1934 

12 13-582

M. Krausz, 1933-1934 

12 13-583

Japanese Exhibit Association, 1933-1934 

12 13-584

Canada, 1933-1934 

12 13-585

Daggeett Roller Chair Co., 1933-1934 

12 13-586

American Express Co., 1934 

12 13-587

Nawmes Forwarding Co., 1934-1935 

12 13-588

Nawmes Forwarding Co., 1933-1935 

12 13-589

Italian Consul, 1933-1935 

12 13-590

Burroughs Welcome Inc., 1933-1935 

12 13-591

Dr. J. F. Shetanka, 1933-1935 

12 13-592

Dr. J. F. Shetanka, 1933-1935 

12 13-593

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1935 

12 13-594

Dr. Joseph Vizadyi, 1933-1935 

12 13-595

Dr. Joseph Vizadyi, 1933-1935 

12 13-596

Dr. Joseph Vizadyi, 1933-1935 

12 13-597

Burroughs Wellcome and Co., 1933-1935 

12 13-598

Italian Consul, 1933-1935 

12 13-599

Burroughs Welcome and Co., 1933-1935 

12 13-600

Swiss Village, 1933-1935 

12 13-601

A. Diowry, 1933-1935 

12 13-602

M. Ben Abdullah, 1933-1935 

12 13-603

A. Diowry, 1933-1935 

12 13-604

Ahmed Cherkaroni, 1933-1935 

12 13-605

R. M. Benabon Oasis, 1933-1935 

12 13-606

Italian Village, 1933-1935 

12 13-607

M. Keatinge, 1933-1935 

12 13-608

M. Dangremonde, 1933-1935 

12 13-609

A. Linares, 1933-1935 

12 13-610

A. Linares, 1933-1935 

12 13-611

Unterreiner Victor, 1933-1935 

12 13-612

Unterreiner, Victor, 1933-1935 

12 13-613

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1935 

12 13-614

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1935 

12 13-615

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1935 

12 13-616

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1935 

12 13-617

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1935 

12 13-618

Swedish Society of Arts and Craft, 1933-1935 

13 13-619

Swedish Society of Arts and Craft, 1933-1935 

13 13-620

Swedish Society of Arts and Craft, 1933-1935 

13 13-621

Swiss Cheese Association, 1933-1934 

13 13-622

Swiss Cheese Association, 1933-1935 

13 13-623

American Express Co., 1933-1935 

13 13-624

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1935 

13 13-625

Swedish Society of Arts and Crafts, 1933-1934 

13 13-626

Swedish Chicago Committee, 1933-1934 

13 13-627

Hiram Walker and Sons, Inc., 1933-1934 

13 13-628

Owen and Vandersteen, 1933-1934 

13 13-629

Victor Unterreiner 1933-1934 

13 13-630

Belgian Village, 1933-1934 

13 13-631

M. Alonf, 1933-1934 

13 13-632

American Express Co., 1933-1934 

13 13-633

A. and K. Arouani, 1933-1934 

13 13-634

Swiss Cheese Association, 1933-1934 

13 13-635

Gallo Renato, 1933-1934 

13 13-636

R. Joseph Vizsolyi, 1933-1934 

13 13-637

E. M. Cohen, 1933-1934 

13 13-638

Owen and Vantersteen, 1933-1934 

13 13-639

Charles Nunneman, 1933-1934 

13 13-640

The Cuneo Press, 1933-1934 

13 13-641

Dorothy North, 1933-1934 

13 13-642

Brahim Mehani, 1933-1934 

13 13-643

J and C. Vandersteen, 1933-1934 

13 13-644

A. and K. Arouani, 1933-1934 

13 13-645

L. M. Dangremend, 1933-1934 

13 13-646

E. M. Cohen, 1933-1934 

13 13-647

American Express Co., 1933-1934 

13 13-648

H. El. Asli, 1933-1934 

13 13-649

M. Brogel, 1933-1934 

13 13-650

Italian Commission, 1933-1934 

13 13-651

Arouni and Hakim, 1933-1934 

13 13-652

American Express Co., 1933-1934 

14 13-653

Tief El Knenoumi, 1933-1934 

14 13-654

Homida El Ashi, 1933-1934 

14 13-655

National Greek, 1933-1934 

14 13-656

Arounami and Hakim, 1933-1934 

14 13-657

Chinese Exhibit Association, 1933-1934 

14 13-658

Burroughs Wellcome, 1933-1934 

14 13-659

V. Unterreiner, 1933-1934 

14 13-660

Swedish Society of Arts and Crafts, 1933-1934 

14 13-661

Italian Commissioner, 1933-1934 

14 13-662

Mexican Village, 1933-1934 

14 13-663

T. G. Coil Co., 1933-1934 

14 13-664

W. T. Chang, 1933-1934 

14 13-665

Chinese Exhibitors Association, 1933-1934 

14 13-666

Chinese Exhibitors Association, 1933-1934 

14 13-667

Chinese Exhibitors Association, 1933-1934 

14 13-668

Z. L. Chang, 1933-1934 

14 13-669

Dr. Woodyatt, 1933-1934 

14 13-670

H. F. Tung, 1933-1934 

14 13-671

Chinese Exhibitors Association, 1933-1934 

14 13-672

H. F. Tung, 1933-1934 

14 13-673

Chinese Exhibitors Association, 1933-1934 

14 13-674

Diamond Exhibit, 1933-1934 

14 13-675

Italian Consul, 1933-1934 

14 13-676

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1934 

14 13-677

Gallo Renato, 1933-1934 

14 13-678

A. Aziz, 1933-1934 

14 13-679

M. El Hassani, 1933-1934 

14 13-680

Dutch Village, 1933-1934 

14 13-681

Swiss Village, 1933-1934 

14 13-682

Swedish Society of Arts and Crafts, 1933-1934 

14 13-683

Italian Commission, 1933-1934 

14 13-684

Italian Consul, 1933-1934 

14 13-685

American Express Co., 1933-1934 

14 13-686

C. P. Chan, 1933-1934 

14 13-687

K. H. Chom, 1933-1934 

14 13-688

K. H. Chom, 1933-1934 

14 13-689

K. H. Chom, 1933-1934 

14 13-690

Owen and Vandersteen, 1933-1934 

14 13-691

Swiss Village, 1933-1934 

14 13-692

Swiss Village, 1933-1934 

14 13-693

Swiss Homework Co., 1933-1934 

14 13-694

Italian Pavilion, 1933-1934 

14 13-695

Paslo Brilli, 1933-1934 

14 13-696

W. T. Chang, 1933-1934 

14 13-697

Italian Pavilion, 1933-1934 

14 13-698

Royal Italian Commissioner, 1933-1934 

14 13-699

L. M. Dangemond, 1933-1934 

14 13-700

Burroughs Wellcome Co., 1933-1934 

14 13-701

Krausz Brothers, 1933-1934 

14 13-702

Swiss Cheese, 1933-1934 

14 13-703

Arouni and Hakim, 1933-1934 

14 13-704

Espanol Touristica, 1933-1934 

14 13-705

Isaac Misrachi, 1933-1934 

14 13-706

K. Szeto, 1933-1934 

14 13-707

Mexican Village Casino, 1933-1934 

14 13-708

J. and C. Vandersteen, 1933-1934 

15 13-709

Spanish Village, 1933-1934 

15 13-710

Midland Bank, 1933-1934 

15 13-711

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1934 

15 13-712

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1934 

15 13-713

Italian Pavilion, 1933-1934 

15 13-714

Midland Bank, 1933-1934 

15 13-715

Touristic North Africa, Inc., 1933-1934 

15 13-716

Naumes Forwarding Co., 1933-1934 

15 13-717

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1934 

15 13-718

Henry Salti, 1933-1934 

15 13-723

Abelardo Finares, 1933-1934 

15 13-724

Greek Exhibits Inc., 1933-1934 

15 13-725

Luca Alfridi, 1933-1934 

15 13-726

Gallo Renato, 1933-1934 

15 13-727

M. El Hassani, 1933-1934 

15 13-728

Ohta Ohwo Goldstein and Paenhaman, 1933-1934 

15 13-729

Greek Exhibits, Inc., 1933-1934 

15 13-730

Greek Exhibits, Inc., 1933-1934 

15 13-731

Espana Touristica Inc., 1933-1934 

15 13-732

K. S. Chen, 1933-1934 

15 13-733

K. S. Chen, 1933-1934 

15 13-734

Dutch Village, Inc., 1933-1934 

15 13-735

Westinghouse Electric and Mfg. Co., 1933-1934 

15 13-736

Greek Exhibit, 1933-1934 

15 13-737

A. Ben Kerabor, 1933-1934 

15 13-738

Swedish Society of Arts and Crafts, 1933-1934 

15 13-739

I. H. Ariano, 1933-1934 

15 13-740

I. Ariano, 1933-1934 

15 13-741

Owen and Vandersteen, 1933-1934 

15 13-742

R. Sussman, 1933-1934 

15 13-743

R. Sussman, 1933-1934 

15 13-744

Italian Commission, 1933-1934 

15 13-745

J. and C. Vandersteen, 1933-1934 

15 13-746

Swedish Society of Arts and Crafts, 1933-1934 

15 13-747

Mr. V. Unterreiner, 1933-1934 

15 13-748

S. D. Mizrahi, 1933-1934 

15 13-749

Venice Murrano Co., 1933-1934 

15 13-750

Venice-Murrano Co., 1933-1934 

15 13-751

Swedish Society of Arts and Craft, 1933-1934 

15 13-752

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1934 

15 13-753

S. D. Mizrahi, 1933-1934 

15 13-754

Luxembourg Exhibit, 1933-1934 

15 13-755

S. D. Mizrahi, 1933-1934 

15 13-756

Rene De Smet, 1933-1934 

15 13-757

Touristic North Africa, Inc., 1933-1934 

15 13-758

Chinese Exhibitors Association, 1933-1934 

15 13-759

Collector of Customs, 1933-1934 

15 13-760

Foreign Promotion, Foreign Shipments, 1933-1934 

16 13-761

Outgoing Promotion Material, 1933-1934 

16 13-762

Belgium, 1933-1934 

16 13-763

China, 1934 

16 13-764

Czechoslovakia, 1933-1934 

16 13-765

Egyptian Commission, 1933-1934 

16 13-766

General Exhibits Bldg., 1933-1934 

16 13-767

Hall of Religion, 1933-1934 

16 13-768

Hall of Science, 1933-1934 

16 13-769

Hungarian Pavilion, 1933-1934 

16 13-770

Italia, 1933-1934 

16 13-771

Japan, 1933-1934 

16 13-772

Morocco, 1933-1934 

16 13-773

Oriental Village, 1933-1934 

16 13-774

Spanish Pavilion, 1933-1934 

16 13-775

Swedish Chicago Committee, 1933-1934 

16 13-776

Travel and Transport Building, 1933-1934 

17 13-777

Ukranian Commission, 1933-1934 

17 13-778

Misc., 1933-1934 

17 13-779

American Express Co., 1934-1935 

17 13-780

Westinghouse Electric and Mfg. Co., 1934 

17 13-781

Arouani and Hakim, 1934 

17 13-782

Arouani and Hakim, 1934 

17 13-783

Rudolph Sticha, 1934-1935 

17 13-784

Linares, 1934 

17 13-785

Czechoslovakian Participation, 1934 

17 13-786

Victor Unterreiner, 1934 

17 13-787

Victor Unterreiner, 1934-1935 

17 13-788

Italian Consul, 1934 

17 13-789

Egyptian Pavilion, 1934-1935 

17 13-790

Cesana Bros., 1934 

17 13-791

Egypto-America Corp., 1934 

17 13-792

Voit and Geiger, Inc., 1934 

17 13-793

Midland Bank, Ltd, 1934-1935 

17 13-794

Mme. Cattadori, 1934 

17 13-795

National Greek Exhibits, 1934-1935 

17 13-796

National Greek Exhibits, 1934-1935 

17 13-797

Italian Consul General 1934 

17 13-798

Chas. Dufils, 1934-1935 

17 13-799

Midland Bank Ltd., 1934-1935 

17 13-800

Ben Keraba, 1934-1935 

17 13-801

Chas Nunneman, 1934-1935 

17 13-802

Italian Consul General, 1934-1935 

17 13-803

Italian Pavilion, 1934-1935 

17 13-804

Italian Consul, 1934 

17 13-805

Ahmed Cherkoui, 1934-1935 

17 13-807

Mrs. J. Tinnemmans, 1934-1935 

17 13-808

R. Sussman, 1934-1935 

17 13-809

A. Lilnares, 1934-1935 

17 13-810

Gallo Renato, 1934-1935 

17 13-811

R. Ward Starrett, 1934-1935 

17 13-812

R. W. Starrett, 1934 

17 13-813

R. W. Starrett, 1934 

17 13-814

R. W. Starrett, 1934 

17 13-815

R. W. Starrett, 1934 

17 13-816

M. F. Tung, 1934 

17 13-817

R. W. Starrett, 1934 

17 13-818

R. W. Starrett, 1934-1935 

17 13-819

Elie Misrachi, 1935 

17 13-820

Czechoslavakian Participation, 1934-1935 

18 13-821

Chinese Exhibit Association, 1934-1935 

18 13-822

W. T. Chang, 1934 

18 13-823

K. H. Chow, 1934-1935 

18 13-824

K. Szeto, 1934 

18 13-825

E. R. Misrachi, 1934-1935 

18 13-826

Basic Science, 1934-1935 

18 13-827

M.C. Wright, 1934-1935 

18 13-828

Hassani, 1934-1936 

18 13-829

C. P. Chan, 1934 

18 13-830

Mexican Consul, 1934-1935 

18 13-831

Batarse, 1934-1935 

18 13-832

K. H. Chow, 1934 

18 13-833

E. R. Misrachi, 1934-1935 

18 13-834

Diamond Exhibit, 1934-1935 

18 13-835

Arouani and Hakim, 1934-1935 

18 13-836

General Motors, 1934 

18 13-837

K. H. Chow, 1934 

18 13-838

K. H. Chow, 1934 

18 13-839

R. Sussman, 1934 

18 13-840

K. H. Chow, 1934 

18 13-841

R. Sticha, 1934-1935 

18 13-842

Italian Wine Exhibit, 1934 

18 13-843

Czecholsavakian Participation, 1934-1935 

18 13-844

Italian Consul, 1934-1935 

18 13-845

G. Renato, 1934-1935 

18 13-846

Linares, 1934-1935 

18 13-847

Touristic North Africa, 1934-1935 

18 13-848

K. H. Chow, 1934-1935 

18 13-849

Diamond Exhibit, 1934-1935 

18 13-850

C. P. Chan, 1934-1935 

18 13-851

3 Star Trading, 1934-1935 

18 13-852

V. Unterreiner, 1934-1935 

18 13-853

V. Unerreiner, 1934-1935 

18 13-854

V. Unterreiner, 1934-1935 

18 13-855

Joe Hang, 1934 

18 13-856

H. F. Turing, 1934 

18 13-857

Swedish Society of Arts, 1934 

18 13-858

K. H. Chow, 1934 

18 13-859

A. Beuziane, 1934 

18 13-860

Arouani and Hakim, 1934 

18 13-861

Arouani and Hakim, 1934-1935 

18 13-862

Midland Bank, Ltd, 1934-1935 

19 13-863

Batarse, 1934-1935 

19 13-864

National Greek Exhibit, 1934-1935 

19 13-865

National Greek Exhibit, 1934-1935 

19 13-866

J. Grande, 1934-1935 

19 13-867

Italian Consul General, 1934-1935 

19 13-868

J. Grande, 1934-1935 

19 13-869

Arouani and Hakim, 1934-1935 

19 13-870

Rudolph Sticha, 1934-1935 

19 13-871

Arouani and Hakim, 1934-1935 

19 13-872

Chinese Exhibit Association, 1934-1935 

19 13-873

T. El Guenoumi, 1934-1935 

19 13-874

General Motors Corp., 1933-1934 

19 13-875

Arouani and Hakim, 1934-1935 

19 13-876

N. Krausz, 1934-1935 

19 13-877

Midland Bank, Ltd, 1934-1935 

19 13-878

R. Sussman, 1934-1935 

19 13-879

Italian Consul, 1934-1935 

19 13-880

T. Guenoumi, 1934-1935 

19 13-881

Ahmed Buenziane, 1934-1935 

19 13-882

V. Ohanninian, 1934-1935 

19 13-883

Italian Consul, 1934-1935 

19 13-884

H. F. Tung, 1934-1935 

19 13-885

C. Nunneman, 1934-1935 

19 13-886

Planetarium, 1934-1935 

19 13-887

Z. T. Nyi, 1934-1935 

19 13-888

J. C. Vandersteen, 1934-1935 

19 13-889

K. H. Chow, 1934-1935 

19 13-890

Linares, 1934-1935 

19 13-891

Yenzo Jinger, 1934-1935 

19 13-892

J. Guigasola, 1934-1935 

19 13-893

Mary E. Riola, 1934-1935 

19 13-894

Czechoslovakia, 1934-1935 

19 13-895

S. P. Michel, 1934-1935 

19 13-896

K. H. Chow, 1934-1935 

19 13-897

H. F. Tung, 1934-1935 

19 13-898

W. T. Chang, 1934-1935 

19 13-899

Irish Village, 1934-1935 

19 13-900

Irish Village, 1934-1935 

19 13-901

Irish Village, 1934-1935 

19 13-902

Customs, 1934-1935 

19 13-903

Misc. 1-6, February 1935 

20 13-904

Misc. 7-15, February 1935 

20 13-905

Misc. 16 - 21, February 1935 

20 13-906

Misc. 23 - 31, February 1935 

20 13-907

Misc. 1- 11, March 1935 

20 13-908

Misc. 12-22, March 1935 

20 13-909

Misc. 23-30, March 1935 

20 13-910

Misc. 1-11, April 1935 

20 13-911

Misc. 12-30, April 1935 

20 13-912

Forced Demolition, November 11, 1934 

21 13-913

Forced Demolition, November 10, 1934 

21 13-914

Forced Demolition, November 9, 1934 

21 13-915

Forced Demolition, November 12, 1934 

21 13-916

Forced Demolition, November 13, 1934 

21 13-917

Forced Demolition, November 14, 1934 

21 13-918

Forced Demolition, November 15, 1934 

21 13-919

Forced Demolition, November 16, 1934 

21 13-920

Forced Demolition, November 17, 1934 

21 13-921

Forced Demolition, November 18, 1934 

21 13-922

Forced Demolition, November 19, 1934 

21 13-923

Forced Demolition, November 20, 1934 

21 13-924

Forced Demolition, November 21, 1934 

21 13-925

Forced Demolition, November 22, 1934 

21 13-926

Forced Demolition, November 23, 1934 

21 13-927

Forced Demolition, November 24, 1934 

21 13-928

Forced Demolition, November 25, 1934 

21 13-929

Forced Demolition, November 26, 1934 

21 13-930

Complaints, November 27, 1934 

21 13-931

Misc., November 28, 1934 

22 13-932

Misc., November 30, 1934 

22 13-933

Misc., December 1, 1934 

22 13-934

Misc., December 3, 1934 

22 13-935

Misc., December 4, 1934 

22 13-936

Misc., December 5, 1934 

22 13-937

Misc., December 6, 1934 

22 13-938

Misc., December 7, 1934 

22 13-939

Misc., December 8, 1934 

22 13-940

Misc., December 10, 1934 

22 13-941

Misc., December 11, 1934 

22 13-942

Misc., December 12, 1934 

22 13-943

Misc., December 13, 1934 

22 13-944

Misc., December 14, 1934 

22 13-945

Misc., December 15, 1934 

22 13-946

Misc., December 17, 1934 

22 13-947

Misc., December 18, 1934 

22 13-948

Misc., December 19, 1934 

22 13-949

Misc., December 21, 1934 

22 13-950

Misc., December 20, 1934 

22 13-951

Misc., December 22, 1934 

22 13-952

Misc., December 24, 1934 

22 13-953

Misc., December 26, 1934 

22 13-954

Misc., December 27, 1934 

22 13-955

Misc., December 28, 1934 

22 13-956

Misc., December 29, 1934 

22 13-957

Misc., January 1935 

23 13-958

Misc., January 1935 

23 13-959

Misc., January 1935 

23 13-960

Misc., January 1935 

23 13-961

Green Copies, December 1936 

23 13-962

Green Copies, October 1936 

23 13-963

Green Copies, November 1936 

23 13-964

Green Copies, May 1936 

23 13-965

Green Copies, June 1936 

23 13-966

Green Copies, July - August 1936 

23 13-967

Green Copies, September 1936 

23 13-968

Misc., 

24 13-969

Misc., May 1935 

24 13-970

Misc., June 1935 

24 13-971

Misc., August 1935 

24 13-972

Misc., September 1935 

24 13-973

Misc., October 1935 

24 13-974

Misc., Novmeber 1935 

24 13-975

Misc., January 1936 

24 13-976

Green Copies, January 1936 

24 13-977

Green Copies, February 1936 

24 13-978

Green Copies, March 1936 

24 13-979

Green Copies, April 1936 

24 13-980

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