Exhibit of log cabin furniture showing a crib, chair, and desk with a clock, framed prints, two silhouettes, and a banner mounted on the wall. Also shows dishes, candlesticks, small chest with drawers, and a small spinning wheel on the desk.
Ornamental fountain by Janes & Kirtland, New York, N.Y, inside Agricultural Hall. On the rim of the basin are planters, around the base of the fountain there are sculptures, and on top there is a sculpture. In the background "the Old Windmill" from Hecker, George V., & Co., New York, N.Y., Exhibit #203, and a U.S. Post mailbox are visible.
Interior view showing display cases and merchandise arrangements. Arrangement shows illustrations of Kingsford & Son factory, glass containers, and crates with branding. Large upright case is decorated with flags and contains displays of unpackaged starch.
Exterior view of Agricultural Hall, American Restaurant (architect Schwarzmann) in its foreground, taken from Horticultural Hall. Depicts people on walkway and footbridge between the buildings and distinctive fence in foreground.
Interior view showing a skeleton of the Negatherium Cavreri dinosaur. Also shows various fossils and tusks on display. Two signs above the display read "Casts of Fossils" by Illinois Industrial University, and Henry A. Ward, Rochester N.Y.
Interior view of the Agricultural Building. Depicts the Gloucester, Massachusetts exhibit, featuring model ships and fishing boats displayed on a replicated sea of water. Also shown is a pier and boat house. The barriers of the main exhibit display images and information pertaining to these fishing boats.
View down Main Avenue in Agricultural Hall. Prominent is a wooden cow at the mincemeat display, containers of biscuits and crackers, and a Tufts soda fountain. Exhibit titles: Atmore & Son, Philadelphia, Pa., Exhibit #147; Larrabee, E.J., & Co., Albany, N.Y., Exhibit #258; Tufts, Jas. W.,Boston, Mass., Exhibit #n/a, Agricultural Hall, Bldg. #152.
View of "Plante Merveilleuse"--Marvelous Plant--in the Agricultural Hall. Depicts a rope-like tapestry that is actually natural roots. Also shown is an ornate glass display chest, along with a table topped with glass bottles, a model ship, and cloth sacks.
Interior view of Agricultural Hall, specifically looking North from the nave. Depicts exhibits--primarily from Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, and France--featuring delicacies such as chocolates, wines, and various other alcoholic beverages. The over-sized bottles on display are part of the Reignard exhibit, a Parisian wine firm. Also shown in the background is the model of a windmill.
Interior view of the Agricultural Building looking West. Depicts a room filled with tools and machinery related to the agricultural industry. Also shows a stand with a label reading, "Celery Salt, Mustard, and Spices." In the background is a large fountain.
View of fountain in the nave of Agricultural Hall. The large fountain consists of two tiers and is decorated with small statues that include herons, men blowing horns, and a female figure. Potted plants are perched on the corners of the fountain barrier. Also shown in the far background is a wind-mill.
Interior view of Agricultural Hall, specifically looking North from the nave. Depicts various exhibits featuring delicacies such as chocolates, preserved fruits, and alcoholic beverages. Also shows a sign reading, "Geo. Neighbour & Sons, BEE HIVES," a London-based company located in the Great Britain and Ireland section of the Hall.
Interior view of Agricultural Hall. Shows the Old Time Wind-Mill, lined by barrels and cloth sacks along the exterior. Also depicted are stacks of boxes containing crackers, as well as cabinets filled with bottles of wine and champagne.
Interior view of the Agricultural Building. Depicts the Brazilian Cotton Exhibit. The cotton is displayed attached to a temporary decorative wall, with flags extending at the top. At the base of the wall are bags of cotton.
Interior view of the Gloucester, Massachusetts Fishery Exhibit in the Agricultural Building. The exhibit displays fishing gear, along with other objects pertaining to the fishing industry including ropes, knives, bottles, and general equipment.