Interior view of Machinery Hall along North Avenue. Shows railroad track along the entire isle. A railcar is positioned on the tracks. Depicted on either side of the rail tracks are machine parts and tools.
View of guns, cannons, and various artillery along road in front of U.S. Government Building. Depicted in the scene are people partaking in tasks and a horse tied to a fence. Also shown are many trees in the background.
Interior view of Horticutural Hall showing arches and a staircase. Also shows two boilers under the staircase indicated by a sign, "Smith and Lynch, Manufacturers, Greenhouse Return Flue Boiler, Boston, Mass."
Artist: The Mott Fountain -- J.L. Mott Iron Works, New York. Exterior of Horticultural Hall with the Mott fountain and a horse and carriage in front. Sculptures of children, angels, and women decorate the fountain. Item is identical to P.9037.13.
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.
Architects: Connecticut Building -- D.R. Brown, from a design by Donald G. Mitchell.
Four state buildings, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Michigan, in the background. In the foreground are roads filled with people, and railroad tracks.
Interior view of Machinery Hall. Shows the exhibit by the American Steamship Company. Depicted is a display featuring several model ships, along with paintings and an architectural drawing of ships. Two benches are seen in front of the exhibit where viewers could sit to contemplate the display.
Exhibit titles: Schaffer & Budenberg, Buckau, Exhibit #3a; Krupp, Fried., Essen, Exhibit #49, Machinery Hall, Bldg. #2.
Interior of Machinery Hall, view of South Avenue looking west. In the forefront are two large Krupp guns. The sign for Great Britian and Ireland section visible.
Interior view of Machinery Hall. Depicts the section referred to as the Pump Annex. Shows a large, pooled area of water with raised pumps shooting water in a fountain-like display. Also portrays crowds of people sitting on benches watching the display.
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.
Interior view of the Swedish School House. Depicts a classroom with individual desks and chairs arranged in multiple rows facing the teacher's podium. Also shown are maps and graphs, as well as illustrations of various people from history posted on the walls of the classroom.
Artist: P.F. Connelly. Exhibit title: "Ophelia," Exhibit #142, Memorial Hall/Art Gallery, Gallery C, Bldg. #101.
Statue of woman in dress, with her right hand extended slightly forward, holding small object.
Exterior view of Memorial Hall. On top of Memorial Hall are birds and statues. In the foreground are "The Navy", sculptor Larkin G. Mead of the Ames Manufacturing Company, shrubs, and Winged horses owned by the Fairmount Park Commission and a passenger train.
Interior view of the Kansas and Colorado Building. Depicts the Kansas Exhibit, featuring a large fountain in the center, above which hangs a replica of the Liberty Bell made entirely out of grains and grasses. Also shows various other crops and plants throughout the exhibit.
Interior view of Machinery Hall. The foreground depicts the Russian section, which houses various weaponry on display. The background also shows the sections of exhibits belonging to Sweden and Belgium.
Architects: Machinery Hall -- Henry Pettit & Joseph M. Wislon; Judges' Hall -- H.J. Schwarzmann; Pennsylvania Railroad Office -- Joseph M. Wilson; World's Ticket Office -- H.J. Schwarzmann; Centennial Photographic Association Building -- H.J. Schwarzmann.
Artist of the "Washington" monument is M. Dickerson Eyre.
Belmont Avenue with Bartholdi's Fountain prominent, lamp-lined walkways, landscaped grounds, the Washington monument and pedestrians, and several buildings, including Machinery Hall, Judges' Hall, Pennsylvania Railroad Office, Frank Leslie's Pavilion, World's Ticket Office, and Centennial Photographic Association Building.
Architects: Machinery Hall, Bldg. #2 - Henry Pettit & Joseph M. Wilson; World's Ticket Office, Bldg. #84 - H.J. Schwarzmann; Pennsylvania Railroad Office, Bldg. #113 - J.M. Wilson; Judge's Hall, Bldg. #109 - H.J. Schwarzmann & Hugh Kafka; Memorial Hall/Art Gallery, Bldg. #101 - H.J. Schwarzmann; Main Exhibition Building, Bldg. #1 - Henry Pettit & Joseph M. Wilson.
Exterior view of buildings lining Republic Avenue. On the road in front is a horse and cart and railroad tracks.
Exhibit title: Elinston [sic] & Co., Birmingham, Exhibit #134, Main Exhibition Building, Bldg. #1. Ornate vases decorated with figurines of ladies and cherubs, platters, and a mirror. Titles on labels: Helicon Vase--England, and: Helicon Vase and Pompeian Lady with gold and silver mirror, and: Taken expressly for Harper's weekly.
Interior view of U.S. Government Building along Main Avenue looking West. Depicts a sailboat in the foreground, next to which are people seated on benches. In the background is a horse-drawn carriage. Also shown are various flags adorning the walls.