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Correspondence and Files

[Record Series: 232-4-7.1]

  • Folder Number
  • 1: General 1925-1926
  • 2: "Why $3,000,000 is Required to Finance the Sesquicentennial Exposition in 1926" (brochure)
  • 3: "Departmental Reports on Prospects of Holding Exposition in 1926 and Reasons for Postponing Same to 1927," by Capt. Baker and others, January 11, 1926 (part 1)
  • 4: Concessions--Women's Division, July 1926
  • 5: Exhibits--Baldwin Locomotive Works, c. Dec. 1926
  • 6: Foreign--Japanese Participation, February-November 1926
  • 7-8: Police Protection, February-December 1926
  • 9: "Report of Exposition Activities" by J. W. Newton, Statistician, November 29, 1926
  • 10: Reports: Sesqui Activities (Part 1)- Feb. 3-May 29, 1925 (legal sized)
  • 11: Reports: Sesqui Activities (Part 2)- May 30-Oct. 23, 1925 (legal sized)
  • 12 “Departmental Reports on Prospects of Holding Exposition in 1926 and Reasons for Postponing Same to 1927" (Part 2-Financial Statements)- January 9, 1926 (legal sized)
  • 13 Report: Construction Work Progress- May 14, 1926 (legal sized)

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