Source: Memorial Life of William McKinley
Source type: book
Document type: ground plan
Document title: “Ground Plan of the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo”
Image size (in source, approx. h x w): 17.8cm x 10.3cm
Author(s): Carrere and Hastings, Architects [ground plan]; Townsend, G. W. [book]
Publisher: none given
Place of publication: none given
Year of publication: 1901
|“Ground Plan of the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo.” Memorial Life of William McKinley. By G. W. Townsend. [n.p.]: [n.p.], 1901: p. 191.|
|full image of ground plan|
|Pan-American Exposition (ground plans).|
Title herein taken from caption.
From ground plan (bottom left corner): Ground Plan for the Pan-American Exposition, To Be Held at Buffalo New York in the Year 1901.
From ground plan (bottom left corner): Grounds and Landscape Work, Carrere & Hastings, Architects.
Text of key from top right corner:
Text of key from bottom left corner (“Exposition Buildings”):
From title page: Memorial Life of William McKinley, Our Martyred President: As a Man, the Noblest and Purest of His Times; As a Citizen, the Grandest of His Nation; As a Statesman, the Idol of Millions of People: Containing a Full Account of His Early Life; His Ambition to Obtain an Education; His Brilliant Career as a Soldier in the Civil War; His Patriotic Record as a Member of Congress and Governor of His State; His Able Administration as President, Etc.; Including a Thrilling Account of His Assassination; His Heroic Struggle for Life; Hope of Recovery Suddenly Blasted; Profound Sympathy and Anxious Suspense of the Whole Civilized World, Etc.; Together with a Full History of Anarchy and Its Infamous Deeds; Including the Life of President Roosevelt.
From title page: By Col. G. W. Townsend, the Well-Known Author, with an Introduction by Hon. James Rankin Young, Member of Congress and Formerly Clerk of the United States Senate.
From title page: Profusely Embellished with Superb Engravings.
Ground Plan of the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo