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OFFICIAL CATALOGUE 

of EXHIBITS 



Panama-Pacific 
International 
Exposition 

SAN FRANCISCO 
19 15 




PRICE 



$2.00 



THE WAHLGREEN COMPANY 

PUBLISHERS 



TEMPORARY CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



Department of Fine Arts 



Panama -Pacific International 
Exposition 

San Francisco, California 



1915 



Copyright 1915 by The Wahlgreen Company 



PricG 50 Cents. 



The Wahlgreen Company 

Publishers 



T.-?3 



UNITED STATES SECTION. 



SCULPTURE. 



Adams, Herbert. 

1. Bacchante. 

2. Meditation. 

S. William Cullen Bryant. 
Aitken, Eobert. 

4 Dancing Bacchante. 
5. Dancing Faun, 
U. Tired Mercury. 

7. A Thing of Beauty. 

8. William H. Taft. 

Lent by Mrs. W. H. Taft. 

9. Michael Angelo. 

10. Outer Darkness. 

11. Door for Gates Mausoleum. 

12. Commemorative Medal of the Panama- 

Pacific Exposition. 

Lent by the United States Govt. 
Akeley, Carl E. 

13. The Wounded Comrade. 

14. Lion and Buffalo. 

15. Stung. 
Alfano, Vincenzo. 

16. Mother's Love. 

17. Might Is Right. 

18. Quousque Tandem. 
Austin, Amanda P. 

19. Saint John. 

20. Portrait of Miss Quinn. 
Baer, Lillian. 

21. The Dance. 

Ball, Caroline Peddle. 

22. Sun-dial. 
Barnhorn, Clement J. 

23. Boy Pan with Frog. 
Bartlett, Paul Wayland. 

24. Statue of Lafayette. 

25. Philosophy. 

26. Romance. 

27. Religion. 

28. Recumbent Lion. 

29. No title. 

30. No title. 

31. No title. 

32. No title. 
Bathurst, Clyde C. 

33. Portrait of James Qrafly. 
Chester. 
Beyond. 
Edward. 

Muse Finding Head of Orpheus. 
Sun Dial, 
The Scalp. 
Wild Flower. 
Boy and Frog Fountain. 

Bishop, Emily Clayton. 
40. Greed. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 
Study— No. II. 
The Finish. 
The Bacchic Dancer. 
Portrait. 
Study— No. III. 

The Greek Maiden's Dance of Joy. 
Portrait of Margaret Tew. 
Comedy. 

The Little Dancer, 
Classicism and the Renaissance. 
And as Pretty a Piece of Flesh as Any 
in Messina. — Dogberry (Shakespeare.) 
Portrait. 

Passing of the Seasons (Winter into 
Spring.) 



Beach, 

34. 
Berge, 

35. 

36. 

37. 

38. 

39. 



41. 
42. 
43. 
44. 
45. 
46. 
47. 
48. 
49. 
50. 
51. 



Bitter, Karl. 

54. Memorial to Dr. Henry P. Tappan, 
Lent by University of Michigan. 
Fountain Group. 

Lent by John D. Rockefeller, Esq. 
Signing of Louisiana Purchase Treaty. 
Lent by City of St. Louis. 

57. Faded Flowers. 

58, Statue of Thomas Jefferson. 
Borglum, Solon H. 

50. Washington: 1753. 
Brenner, Victor D. 

60. Womanhood. 

61. Nature: the Consoler. 

62. Dr. A. Blackwell. 



55. 
56. 



Boyle, 


John J. 


63. 


Returning From the Hunt. 


64. 


Stone Age. 


65, 


Tired Out. 


66. 


Colonel Barry Monument. 


Brooks 


, R. E. 


67. 


Frame of Medals. 


Burroughs, Edith Woodman. 


68. 


L'Arriere Pensee. 


69. 


Fenella. 


70. 


Vine Leaves. 


71. 


Garden Figure. 


Calder, 


A. Stirling. 


72. 


The American Stoic. 


78. 


Historian. 


74. 


A Woman. 


75. 


Laughing Boy. 


76. 


Seated Athlete. 



Chamberlin, F. ToUec. 

77. The Cup Bearer. 
Clevenger, Shobal Vail. 

78. Washington Allston. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

Cohen, Nessa. 

79. Navajo Watching Women at Work. 

80. Sunrise. 
Coonsman, Nancy. 

81. Wistful Baby. 

82. Portrait of Old Woman. 
Corbett, Gail Sherman. 

83. Sundial Boy. 

84. Bust of Rev. Samuel J. Calthrop. 

85. Chameleon Boy. 

86. Kirkpatrick Memorial Fountain. 

Crenier, Henri. 

87. Girl and Butterflies. 
Dallin, Cyrus Edwin. 

88. The Scout. 

89. Passing of the Red Man. 

90. My Boys. 

91. Arthur. 

92. Lawrence. 

93. Lincoln. 

94. Chief Antelope. 

95. Medicine Man. 

96. Cayuse at the Spring. 

97. On the War Path. 

98. Appeal to the Great Spirit. 

99. The Scout. 

100. Pretty Eagle. 

101. Paul Revere. 

102. Washakie. 

103. Standing Elk. 

104. Cliief Joseph. 

105. Appeal of the Great Spirit. 

106. The Medicine Man. 

107. Apache. 



BErARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



121. 
122. 
123. 
124. 
125. 



129. 
130. 
131. 



108. Protect. 

109. War or Peace. 

110. My Mother. 

111. Indian Hunter. 
Deming, Edwin Willard. 

112. The American Bison. 

113. Friendly Tussle. 

114. The Playing Bear. 

115. Indian Hunter. 

116. Maternity. 

117. The Fight Between a Panther and a 

Grizzly Bear. 

118. The Antelope or American Prong- 

horn. 

Dietsch, C. Percival. 

119. Destiny. 

Duveneck, Frank. 

119A. Memorial: Mrs. Duveneck. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

Eberle, Abastenia St. L«ger. 

120. The Windy Door Step. 
Dancing in Avenue A. 
Slumber. 

Mother Bathing Child. 
Rag Picker. 
Rag Time. 

126. Solitude. 

127. Bacchanale. 

128. The Little Brother. 
Washing. 

Girl Skipping Rope. 
Little Mother. 

EUerhusen, Ulrich H. 

132. Buffalo — Gonel 

133. Relief on Ludeke Monument. 
Fairbanks, Avard. 

134. The Baby. 

135. Old Bill Kidington. 
Faruham, Sally James. 

136. Cave Woman. 
Fenton, Beatrice. 

137. Peter Moran. 

Lent by the Art Club of Phila- 
delphia. 
Caroline. 

Lent by Gustavus Remak, Jr., Esq. 
Marjorie D. Martenet. 
Flanagan, John. 

140. Frame of Medals. 

141. Frame of Medals. 

142. Frame of Medals. 
Fraser, James Earle. 

J!?- Portrait of G. C. Whitney. 

144. Bust of J. E. C. 

145. Portrait Study. 

146. Portrait of .J. G. 
Flora and Sonny Whitney. 
Portrait Bust. 
Case of Medals. 

Frazee, John. 

150. Bust of John Frazee. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 
French, Daniel Chester. 

151. Earle Dodge Memorial: Princton Stu- 
dent. 

Lent by Princeton University. 
Lincoln. 

Lent by State of Nebraska. 
Study of a Head. 
Alice Freeman Palmer Memorial. 
Frishmuth, Harriet W. 
155. Saki: A Sun Dial. 
lo6. Young Girl With Fish: A Fountain. 
Fromen, Agnes Volborg. 

157. The Last of His Tribe. 



138. 
139. 



147. 
148. 
149. 



152. 



153. 
154. 



Fry, Sherry Edmundson. 

158. Peace: Fountain Figure. 

159. Chief Mahaska. 

Ganiere, George Etieune . 
360 Head of Lincoln. 

Gelbert, John. 

161. Evening Prayer. 

162. Theseus Courting 



Charles. 

The Surgeon. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 
Thomas P. Anshutz. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 
The Entomologist. 

Lent by Henry L. Viereck. 
Edwin Swift Clymer. 
The Oarsman. 
Maidenhood. 
George Harding. 
Edward W. Schofield. 
Joseph R. De Camp. 
William M. Paxton. 
Edward W. Redfield. 
Marble Head. 



Grafly, 
163. 



164. 



165. 

166. 
167. 
168. 
169. 
170. 
171. 
172. 
173. 
174. 



Grimes, Frances. 

175. Mrs. Joseph Parsons. 

176. George Goodyear, Esq. 

177. Mrs. George Parsons. 

178. Arthur Whiting. 

179. Joseph Parsons. 

180. Reginald Fincke, Jr. 

181. Miss Pearmain. 

182. Ralph Pulitzer, Jr. 

183. Mrs. C. H. Crane. 

Harvey, Eli. 

184. American Elk. 

185. Lion combating. 

186. Adonis: Young Greyhound. 

187. Rex: Lion with Antelope. 

188. Lioness Combating. 

189. Adonis : Greyhound Recumbent. 
390. Maternal Provisions. 

191. Lion of the Desert. 

He^^er, 
192. 

Ilering, 
193. 
15»4. 
195. 
VM. 
197. 
198. 
199. 
1.J9A. 

200. 
201. 
202. 

Hoard, 

203. 
204. 



Carl Augustus. 
Bondage. 

Henry. 

Frame of Medallions. 
Courage. 
Peace. 
Memory. 
Devotion. 
Running Diana. 

Portrait Relief: Stephen H. Olin. 
Portrait Relief: Mr. Evarts 
Tracy. 
Portrait Relief: Mrs. Tracy Dows. 
Bust of Augustus Saint Gaudens, 
L'Allegro. 

Margaret. 

The Old Woman. 

Eve. 



Hoffman, Malvina. 

205. Les Orientals: Pavlowa and Novi- 

koff. 

206. Portrait Bust: Bonarius Grimson. 

207. Russian Dancers. 

208. Russian Bacchanale. 
Holm, Victor L. 

209. Prima Mater. 

210. Halsey C. Ives, Esq. 

211. Edmund Wuerpel, Esq. 
Hovenden, Martha M. 

212. Girl and Kitten: Sundial. 
Humphriss, Charles H. 

213. Indian Hunter. 



SCULPTURE 



Hyatt, Anna Vaughan. 

214. Fighting Elephant*. 

215. Jaguar Reaching. 

216. Eight-Horse Group. 

217. L'Orage. 

218. Winter Group. 

219. Lion and Lioness Group. 

220. Colts in a Storm. 

221. Tiger Group. 

222. Great Dane. 

223. Great Dane. 
Jaegers, Albert. 

224. Portrait: Uncle Joe Cannon. 
Johnson, Grace Mott. 

225. Chimpanzee. 

226. Chimpanzees. 

227. Goat. 

228. Greyhound Pup. 
Kanno, Gertrude Boyle. 

220. Head of William Keith. 

230. Takeshi Kanno. 
Kemeys, Edward. 

231. Deer with Large Antlers: Standing. 

Lent by The Art Institute of Chicago. 

232. While the Mother Sleeps: Female 

Jaguar with Cubs. 
Lent by The Art Institute of Chicago, 

233. Battle of the Bulls. 

Lent by The Art Institute of Chicago. 

234. Peacock and Sleeping Rabbit. 

Lent by The Art Institute of Chicago. 

235. Lion. No. 947. 

Lent by The Art Institute of Chicago. 
23G. Mad Panther. 

Lent by The Art Institute of Chicago. 

237. Wolf at Bay. 

Lent by The Art Institute of Chicago. 

238. A Mountaineer: Rocky Mountain 

Sheep. 

239. Buffalo and Wolves. 

240. Battle of the Bulls. 

Lent by the Art Institute of Chicago, 

Kendall, Sergeant. 

241. Quest. 

242. Elisabeth. 

243. Breton Girl. 
Knight, Charles Robert. 

244. Polar Bear. 

245. Leaping Tiger. 

246. Kodiak Bear, 
Konti, Isidore. 

247. Immortality of Genius. 

248. Surprise. 

249. Dying Melodies. 

250. Solace. 

251. Scherzo. 

252. Wood Nymph. 
Kratlna, Joseph M. 

252. Genius: Head of Baby. 
Krupka, Joseph. 

254. Kiss of the Oceans. 
Ladd, Anna Coleman. 

255. Sun-God and Python.. 

256. Fountain Group. 

257. Sleeping Furies. 

258. Winged Head. 

259. Rock and Flower Group for Pool. 

260. Eleanora Duse. 

261. The Sword. 

262. The Human Instrument. 

263. High Tide: Low Tide. 

264. A Roman Lady. 
LaesBle, Albert. 

205. Turtle and Prev. 

266. King Crab and 'Beetle. 

267. Turning Turtle. 

268. The Squirrel. 

269. Chanticleer. 

270. King Fisher. 

271. Fantail Pigeon. 



272. Heron and Fish. 

273. Frog and Katydid. 

274. The Bronze Turkey. 

275. An Outcast. 

276. The Contented Hop-toad. 

277. Locust and Pine Cone. 

278. The Old Bullfrog. 

279. Turtle and Snail. 

280. The First Step. 

281. Repletion. 

282. Young Turtle. 

283. La Source. 

284. The Hunter. 

285. Blue-eyed Lizard. 
Lee, Arthur. 

286. The Nigger. 

Lent by Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney. 

287. The Virgin. 
Lichtenauer, J. Mortimer. 

288. Statuette. 
Longman, Eyelyn Beatrice. 

289. Female Torso. 

290. Female Torso. 

291. Head of Bacchante. 

292. L' Amour. 
Lukeman, Augustas. 

293. Diana. 
McCartan, E. 

294. Pan. 
Maclntosk, William W. 

295. Portrait Relief: Mrs. L, C. M. 
McKenzie, Sohert Tait. 

296. The Young Franklin. 
MacNeil, Carol Brooks. 

297. First Lesson. 

298. The Wave, 

299. Farewell to the Fairies. 

300. Betty. 
MacNeil, Hermon A. 

301. Girl with Young Satyr. 

302. Incoming Wave. 
Manatt, William N. 

303. Nymph. 
Manor, Florence. 

304. The Florence Madonna. 
Manship, Paul. 

305. Little Brother. 

306. Prong-horn Antelope. 

307. Centaur and Dryad. 

308. Portrait of a Baby. 

309. Indian Hunter. 

310. Spring Awakening. 

311. Portrait Statuette. 

312. Playfulness, 

313. Lyric Muse. 

314. Satyr and Sleeping Nymph. 

Mazur, Wladyslaw. 

315. Portrait. 

316. Coquetry. 

317. Motherless. 
Mora, Joseph J. 

318. No Title, 

319. No Title, 

320. No Title, 

321. No Title, 

321. No Title, 

322. No Title. 

323. No Title. 

324. No Title. 
Muller, Olga Popoflf, 

325. Primitive Man. 

326. Head of Breton. 

327. Idyl. 

328. Meditation. 

329. Centaur. 
Neilsen, M. P. 

330. Double Medallion: Louis and Han- 

nah Sharngold. 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Noquet, 


, Paul. 


331. 


Weeping Man. 


332. 


Despair. 


333. 


Endless Grief. 


334. 


Soldier of Marathon. 




Lent by Gutzon Borglum, Esq. 


O'Connor. Andrew. 


335. 


No Title. 


336. 


No Title. 


337. 


No Title. 


338. 


No Title. 


339. 


No Title. 


340. 


No Title. 


0' Donovan, William R. 


341. 


Bust of Dr. Talcott Williams. Lent 




by Dr. Talcott Williams. 


Parsons, Edith Barretto. 


342. 


Fountain; Duck Baby. 


Partridge, William Ordway. 


343. 


Bust of Dr. Weir Mitchell. 


Patigian, Haig. 


344. 


No Title. 


345. 


No Title. 


346. 


No Title. 


347. 


No Title. 


348. 


No Title. 


349. 


No Title. 


350. 


No Title. 


Perry, 


B. Hinton. 


351. 


Daughter of Pan. 


Piccirilli. Attilio. 


352. 


A Soul. 


353. 


Mater Consolatrix. 


354. 


A Faun's Toilet. 


Piccirilli, Purio. 


355. 


Eurydice. 


356. 


Younng Mother with Child. 


Pietro, 


C. L. 


357. 


Mother of the Dead. 


Pietz, . 


Adam. 


358. 


Louis G. Heinze. 


Polasek, Albin. 


359. 


Portrait Bust of Frank D. Millet. 


360. 


The Sower. 


361. 


The Maiden of the Roman Cam- 




- pagna. 


362. 


Portrait Bust of Theodor N. Ely. 


363. 


Maternal Love. 


364. 


Aspiration. 


365. 


Portrait of a Baby. 


366. 


Fantasy. 


367. 


Portrait of a Boy. 


Pope, 


Alexander. 


368. 


Our Vanishing Wild Life. 


Portnoff, Alexander. 


369. 


Portrait Bust. 


Poupelet, Jeanne. 


370. 


Cock. 


371. 


Donkey. 


372. 


Toilet. 


Pratt, 


Bela L. 


373. 


Polo Player. 


374. 


Young Mother. 


375. 


Bust of My Mother. 


376. 


Upstream and Downstream. 


377. 


Boy with Fish. 


378. 


Bust of Mrs. Pratt. 


379. 


Echo. 


380. 


Study of a Young Girl. 


381. 


Edward Everett Hale. 


382. 


Nathan Hale. 


383. 


River Nymph. 


384. 


The Butterfly. 


385. 


Lord Amherst. 


386. 


St. Christopher. 


387. 


Large relief No. 1. 


388. 


Large relief No. 2. 


389. 


Whaleman. 



Proctor, A. Phimister. 

390. Alaskan Brown Bear: Heaa. 

391. American Horse. 

392. Buffalo. Q. H. 

393. Buffalo. 

394. Dog with Bone. 

395. Charging Elephant. 

396. Elk. 

397. Faun. First model. 

398. Indian on Horse. 

399. Princeton Tiger. 22-inch Reduction. 

400. Princeton Tiger. 9-inch Reduction. 

401. Silver King Fish. 

402. Lions. 

403. American Bison. 

404. American Bison. 
Putnam, Brenda. 

405. The Parting. 
Quinn, Edmond T. 

406. Audrey. 

407. Nymph. 

408. Nymph: Garden figure. 

409. Portrait of C. H. Chavant, Esq. 

410. Aspiration. 

411. Edwin Markham, Esq. 
Kecchla, Richard H. 

412. Bas-relief Portrait: 

413. Bas-relief Portrait: 

414. Bas-relief Portrait: 

415. Bas-relief Portrait: 

416. Golden Age No. 1. 

417. Golden Age No. 2. 

418. Relief: Boston Museum of Fine 

Arts No. 1. 

419. Rehef: Boston Museum of Fine 

Arts No. 2. 

420. Relief: Boston Museum of Fine 

Arts No. 3. 
Remington, Frederick. 

421. Rattlesnake. 

422. Cheyenne. 

423. Broncho Buster. 
Richards, Lucy. 

424. The Lillies: 



H. E. Smith. 
George Guest. 
F. C. Recchia. 
Bela L. Pratt. 



A Sun Dial. 



Risque, Caroline Everett. 

425. The Old One. 

426. In the Morning. 

427. Bird Fountain. 

428. Josef. 

429. M6re Colaer. 
Roth, Frederick G. R. 

430. The Booklover. 

431. Equestrienne. 

432. Hippopotamus. 

433. The Butcher. 

434. The Baker. 

435. The Candlestickmaker. 

436. Sea Lion. 

437. Calf. 

438. Seal. 

439. Polar Bear. 

440. Tug of War. 

441. Polar Bear. 
Rumsey, Charles Carey. 

442. Study for Centaur. 

443. Lion Cub. 

444. Hound Andirons. 

445. Hound. 

446. Scratching Dog. 

447. Horse and Man Drinking. 

448. Calf and Colt. 

449. Stone Bull. 
Rush, William. 

450. Bust of Lafayette. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 

451. Bust of William Rush. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 



SCULPTURE 



Ryden, Henning. 

452. Frame of Medals. 

Sahler, Helen. 

453. Head of a Boy. 

Saint Gaudens, Annetta Johnson. 

454. Carlota Saint-Gaudens. 

455. Edward and John Lancaster Bur- 

ling. 

456. Medallion: Baby. 

457. Medallion: L. St. G, 

458. Bedtime. 

459. Paul Saint-Gaudens. 

460. Louis Johnson. 
Saint Gaudens, Augustus. 

461. Seated Lincoln. 
Saint Gaudens, Louis. 

462. Medallion Portrait. 

463. Head of Ceres. 

464. Infant's Head. 
Salvatore, Victor H. 

465. Seeking. 

466. Head of Old Lady. 

467. Study of Old Man. 

468. Youth. 

469. Study of a Young Girl. 
Schulenburg, Adele E. 

470. Scrub Woman. 
Scudder, Janet. 

471. Sea Weed Fountain. 

472. Young Pan. 

473. Fighting Boys. 

474. Flying Cupid. 

475. Shell Fountain. 

476. Little Lady of the Sea. 

477. Frog Fountain. 

478. Fahnestock Medallion. 

479. Tortoise Fountain. 

480. Young Diana. 
Simons, Amory C. 

481. Having a Hard Time. 

482. Mastiff Dogs. 

483. The Storm. 
Spicer-Simson, Theodore. 

484. Portrait of Miss Hilda. 
Stackpole, Ralph W. 

485. Charles Frederick Holder. 

486. Head of Louis Sloss, Jr. 

487. Nympth. Plaster. 

488. Mrs. Sloss and Children. 
Sterling, Lindsey Morris. 

489. Fountain: Afraid. 

490. Investigation. 

491. Water Witch Girl. 

492. Mischief. 

493. The Awakening. 
Stewardson, Edmund Austin. 

494. Portrait of a Lady. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 

495. Alexander Harrison. 

Lent by the Pensylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Taft, Lorado. 

496. Fragment ot Fountain of Time. 

497. Fragment of Fountain of Time. 
Troubetzkoy, Paul. 

498. Mrs. Henderson. 

499. Mrs. Crane. 

500. Caruso. 

501. Mr. Waterman. 

502. Mrs. B. Harrison. 

503. Mr. Shalkopf. 

504. Mme. Svirky. 

505. I.,ady Constantine Richardson. 

506. Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt. 

507. Tolstoy on Horseback. 

508. Miss B. Rutherford. 

509. Samoyed Siberian Dogs. 



510. 


Tolstoy. 


511. 


Princess Troubetzkoy. 


512. 


Mr. W. K. Vanderbilt. 


513. 


Girl with a Lamb. 


514. 


Hunting Dog. 


515. 


Mrs. Ogden MilLs. 


516. 


How Can You Eat No Lamb? 


517. 


Princess Troubetzkoy. 


518. 


Mrs. Castle. 


519. 


Baroness Robert Rothschild, 


Vonnoh, Bessie Potter. 


520. 


The Dance. 


521. 


Good Night. 


522. 


Youth. 


523. 


Water Lillies. 


524. 


A Young Mother, 


525. 


Enthroned. 


526. 


His First Journey. 


527. 


Motherhood. 


528. 


A Chance Acquaintance. 


529. 


Girl Dancing. 


530. 


The Scarf. 


531. 


Grecian Draperies. 


532 


Butterflies. 


533. 


Maidenhood. 


534. 


The Intruder. 


Ward, 


John Quincy Adams. 


535. 


Shakespeare. 


536. 


Henry Ward Beecher. 


537. 


General Washington. 


538. 


Simon Kenton. 


539. 


Norseman. 


540. 


Pilgrim: A Sketch. 


541. 


Freedman. 


542. 


Indian Hunter. 


543. 


General Hancock. 



Warner, Olin L. 

544. Maude Morgan. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 

545. Maude Morgan. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 

546. C. E. S. Wood. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 

547. Mr. Cottier. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 

548. J. Alden Weir. 
Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 



549. 
550. 



551. 
552. 



553. 
554. 



555. 
556. 



557. 
558. 



559. 
560. 



561. 



562. 



563. 
564. 



Cupid and Psyche. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
The Wood Children. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
Seltice. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
Rosalie. 



liCnt by C. E, 
Sabina. 

Lent by C. E. 
Maxwell Wood. 

Lent by C. E. 
Dancing Nymph 

Lent by C. E. S 
The Spinner 

Lent by C. 
Mr. Woods: 

Lent by C. 
Mrs. Woods: 

Lent by C. 
Chief Moses: 

Lent by C. 
Young Chief 



S. Wood, Esq. 

S. Wood, Esq. 

S. Wood, Esq. 

Wood, Esq. 

E. S. Wood, Esq. 

Medallion. 
E. S. Wood, Esq. 

Medallion. 
E. S. Wood, Esq. 

Sullu-Tash-Kosha. 
E. S. Wood, Esq. 

Cayuse Indian. 



Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
N-Cha-Ask-We: Chief of the Coeur 

d'Alenes: Medallion. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
Yatin-Ee-An-Witz: Chief of the 

Cayuses: Medallion. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
Lot: Chief of the Spokanes. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
Chief Joseph: Chief of the Nez 

Perce Indians: Medallion. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Weinman, Adolph Alexander. 

565. Study for Lincoln at Hodgenville . 

566. Frame of Medals and Plaques. 

567. Chief Blackbird. 

568. Heroic Courage. 

569. Portrait of W. R. M., Esq. 

570. Head of Lincoln. 

571. Descending Night. 

572. Lecturn for Clark Memorial Chap-el. 

573. Frame of Medals and Plaques. 

Wendt, Julia M. Bracken. 

574. Life Saver. 

575. Mode Wineman. 

576. Carl Oscar Borg. 

577. Model: Chicago Society of Artists. 

Wheelock, Llla Audubon. 

578. Ski: Russian Wolf Hound. 
Whitney, Gertrude Vanderbilt. 

579. Fountain. 



Worthington, Beatrice Maude. 

580. Grief. 



Wright, 


, Alice Morgan. 




581. 


Beside the Pool. 




582. 


Wood Nymph. 




583. 


Piping Satyrs. 




Young, 


Mahonri M. 




584. 


Tired Out. 




585. 


The Heavy Sledge. 




586. 


Stevedore. 




587. 


The Piper at the Gates 


of Dawn. 


588. 


Day Dreams. 




589. 


Scrub Woman. 




590. 


Peter Newell at Leonia. 




591. 


Shoveler. 




592. 


Chiseler. 




Zettler, 


Emil Robert. 




593. 


Professor T. S. 




594. 


David P. 





PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 



Abbey, 

1001. 

1002. 



10003. 

1004. 

1005. 

1006. 

1007. 

1008. 

1009. 

1010. 
1011. 
1012. 

1013. 
1014. 

1015. 

1016. 

1017. 

1018. 

1019. 

1020. 



Edwlu A. 

The Penance of Eleanor. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 
Spring. 

Lent by Thomas L. Manson, 

Esq. 
Pavanne. 

Lent by Mrs. Whitelaw Reid. 
The Wind. 

Lent by Samuel T. Peters, Esq. 
The Lesson. 

Lent by Andrew Carnegie, Esq. 
Three Queens. 

Lent by Frank Mead, Esq. 
Gold Net. 

Lent by Frank Mead, Esq. 
The Widow. 

Let by Mrs. Edwin A. Abbey. 
The Quiet Life: Illustration for 

"The Vicar." 

Lent by Mrs. Howard Mans- 
field. 
In the Library. 

Lent by Mrs. L. H. Havemeyer. 
Sally in Our Alley. 

Lent by Mrs. L. H. Havemeyer. 
The Bird to Others Flew: A Love 

Song. 

Lent by Mrs. L. H. Havemeyer, 
Quince With His Own Hand. 

Lent by Mrs. L. H. Havemeyer. 
The Toast. 

Lent by Thomas L. Manson, 

Esq. 
Sally in Our Alley. 

Lent by Thomas L. Manson, 

Esq. 
Drawing No. 1. 

Lent by Mrs. Harry Payne 

Whitney. 
Drawing No. 2. 

Lent by Mrs. Harry Paine 

Whitney. 
Drawing No. 3. 

Mrs. Harry Paine 



4. 
Mrs. 



1G21. 
1022. 



Lent by 

Whitney. 
Drawing No 

Lent by 

Whitney. 
Drawing No 

Lent by 

Whitney. 
St. Agnes' Ev«. 
Parson Dunkhardt 



Ackerman, Olga M. 

1023. At a Concert. 
Adams, John Ottis. 

1025. Winter Morning. 

Lent by the Muncie Art Asso- 
ciation. 

1026. A Bit of the Whitewater. 
Adams, Philip. 

1027. The Sailor. 

1028. At the Spring. 
Ahrens, Ellen Wetherald. 

1029. Miss G. C. 

1030. A Brown Study. 

1031. Little Bert. 
Aiken, Charles A. 

1032. Portrait. 
Albert, Ernest. 

1033. Ten Above Zero. 
Albright, Adam Emory. 

1034. The Hill Road. 

Alexander, John W. 

1035. Phyllis. 

Lent by the City Art Museum: 
St. Louis. 
Allen, Charles Curtis. 

1036. Mountain and Cloud. 

Allen, Marion Boyd. 

1037. Enameling. 
Allis, C. Harry. 

1038. Evening: Montreuil, 

Allston, Washington. 

1039. Bacchanal. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Alma-Tadema, Sir Lawrence. 

1040. Among the Ruins. 
Ames, Blanche. 

1041. General Adelbert Ames. 

1042. Pauline. 
Anderson, Karl. 

1043. Fireflies. 
Anderson, Martinus. 

1044. The Glittering Pageant. 



Harry Paine Anshutz, Thomas P. 



Mrs. Harry Paine 



1045. Portrait of a Little Girl, 

Lent by Mrs. John E. D. Trask. 

1046. The Incense Burner. 

Lent by Dr. Charles W. Gessler, 

1047. A Rose, 

Lent by William S. Pardee, Esq, 



PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 



Archambault, A. Margaretta. 

1048. Miss Clementine Dalcour. 

1049. Miss Frances Brock. 

1050. Miss M. Smith. 

1051. Jacqueline. 

Arthur, Stanley Massey. 

1052. Overland Transportation. 

Ashley, Clifford Warren. 

1054. Chase of the Bowhead Whale, 
Austin, Amanda P. 

1055. Market Scene: Port L'Abbe: Bre- 

tagne. 
Bacher, Otto H. 

1056. July. 
Baer, William Jacob. 

1057. Young Diana. 

1058. Mrs. E. R. Hewitt. 

1059. Loadicea. 

1060. Betty. 

1061. Girl with Violets. 

1062. Friends. 

1063. Doris. 

1064. Primavera. 

1065. Nymph and Cupid. 

1066. The Apple. 
Bail, Joseph. 

1067. A Lesson in Lacemaking, 

Bains, Ethel Frantslin Betts. 

1068. The Story of Hansel and Gretel. 

1069. The Frog Prince. 

1070. Rumpelstiltskin. 

1071. Snow White and Rose Red. 

1072. Cinderella. 

1073. The Story of the Six Swans. 
Baker, Bliss. 

1074. Landscape. 

Lent by H. C, Henry, Esq. 
Baker, Geoge A. 

1075. Portrait of Charles L, Elliot. 
Baker, Samuel Buxtis, 

1076. Portrait of Miss Marion Howard, 
Bakhuysen, Jan. 

1077. Marine with Figures. 
Balaxo, Paula Himmelsback. 

1078. Parthenon: Moonlight. 
Ball, Robert E., Jr. 

1079. The Palms. 

1080. Moonlight: Gothic Arch »t St. Jean: 

Brittany. 
Ballin, Hugo. 

1081. Sorrow. 
Barlow, M, 

1082. Apples, 

1083. Flowers, 

1084. Fish Sellers. 
Barnard, Edward H. 

1085. The Young Calves: Early August. 

Lent by the St. Botolph Club. 
Barnes, Gertrude. 

1086. Girl with Persian Cat. 

Barnett, Tom P. 

1087. Winter. 

Lent by the City Art Museum: 
St. Louis. 
Baroccio. 

1088. .Portrait of Prince of Urbino. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Piatt, Esq. 
1089 Portrait of Prince of Urbino. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Piatt, Esq. 

Bartlett, Frederic Clay. 

1090. Spring Recess. 

1091. Our Country Dining Room. 

Bassano, II. (Jacopo da Fonte). 

1092. Nativity. 

Lent by William M. Paxton, Esq. 



1093. Banquet of Dives. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Piatt, Esq. 
Bastien-Lepage, Jules Emile. 

1095. Le Reve Bleu. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Baumgartner, Thomas. 

1096. Lady in Furs. 
Baxter, Martha Wheeler. 

1097. Theodore. 

1098. My Mother. 

1099. The Peacock Fan. 

1100. Portrait of Miss T. 

1101. Boy Driving. 
Beal, Gifford. 

1102. The Gossips. 

1103. Summer Landscape. 

1104. Old Town Terrace. 

1105. The End of the Street. 
Beal, Reynolds. 

1106. Orr's Mills. 

1107. Lawrenceville Lock. 
Beard, W. H. 

1108. Having Taken Possession. 

Lent by Fred Sander, Esq. 
B catty, John W. 

1109. Plymouth Hills. 

Lent by the National Gallery. 

1110. Plymouth Sand Dunes. 
Beaumont, Lilian Adele. 

1111. The Satin Gown. 
Beaux, Cecilia. 

1112. New England Woman. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts. 

1113. The Dreamer. 

1114. Sita and Sarita. 

1115. Dorothea and Francesca. 

1116. Portrait Study. 

1117. Portrait. c 

1118. The Dreamer. 

1119. Ernesta. 
Becker, Benno. 

1120. At Lake Como. 
Becker, Eulabee Dix. 

1121. Portrait of Esther Hoyt. 

1122. Philip Dix Becker. 

1123. Mrs. John Graves. 
Becker, Maurice. 

1124. The Older Generation. 

1125. The Boy and the Man. 
Beckington, Alice. 

1126. Portrait of Mr. Lewis. 

1127. Helen. 

1128. The Morning Paper. 

1129. Study of a Head in Shadow. 

1130. Study in Blues and Greens. 
Eeckwith, J. Carroll. 

1131. Portrait of George Coleman, Esq. 
Beechey, Sir William. 

1132. Mr. Monroe Furgeson. 

Lent by the Hackley Gallery: 
Muskegon: Michigan. 

1133. Group of a Nobleman's Family 

with a Dog. 
Beek, Alice D. Engley. 

1134. Portrait Study. 
Belcher, Hilda. 

1135. The Little Boston Girl. 

1136. Day-dreamer. 
Bell, Clara Louise. 

1137. Elizabeth. 

1138. Little Girl with the Curls. 
Benda, W, T. 

1139. Laila. 

1140. Amazones. 

1141. Amazones: II. 



10 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Berlin, Harry. 

1142. Motherhood. 

1143. Vermont Hills'. 
Berneker, Louis F. 

1144. Coral and Blue. 
Berninghaus, Oscar E. 

1145. A Southwestern Pueblo. 
Bernstein, Theresa. 

1146. Open Air Show. 
Best, Hans. 

1147. Grandmother and Grandchild. 
Betts, Anna Whelan. 

1148. At the Window. 

1149. The Promenade. 

1150. The Candle. 

1151. Coral Beads. 

1152. Preparations for Bed. 

1153. The Dancing Class. 

1154. The Trundle Bed. 

1155. A Winter Day. 
Betts, Louis. 

1156. Lady in White. 
Bierstadt, Albert. 

1157. Grand Lake: Colorado. 

Lent by Miss Marion T. Meagher. 

1158. No Title. 
Bissell, Helen Kathbun. 

1159. A German Interior. 

1160. Old Melodies. 
Bittinger, Charles. 

1161. The Library of the Prince: Ver- 

sailles. 

1162. After Supper. 

1163. Isabel. 

1164. Vanity. 
Blxbse, William. 

1165. Winter. 
Blackburn, Jonathan B. 

1166. Portrait of Mrs. Willis. 

Lent by Mrs. R. H. Pat-^.hin. 

1167. Portrait of Mrs. Kennon. 

Lent by Mrs. R. H. Patchin. 
Blakelock, Ralph A. 

1168. Sunset. 

Lent by Henry Smith, Esq. 

1169. Ecstacy. 

Lent by Hackley Gallery: Mus- 
kegon: Michigan. 
Blaney, Dwight. 

1170. Anemone Cave: Mt. Desert. 

1171. Solitude. 
Bliii, Alma Hersig. 

1172. An Italian Child. 

1173. Study. 
Blumenschein, Ernest L. 

1174. Wise-Man: Warrior: 

1175. Love of Life No. I. 

1176. Love of Life No. XL 

1177. The Peacemaker. 
Blumenschein, Mary Greene. 

1178. The Fan. 

1179. A Girl. 

1180. Valentine. 
Bodine, Helen. 

1181. Inseparable. 

1182. Portrait. 
Bobrowsky, Grlgori. 

1183. Portrait of a Woman. 
Bohm, Max. 

1184. Portrait. 

1185. The Promenade. 
118C. The Sea: Barblers. 

Bonheur, Bosa. 

1187. Goats at Rest. 
Bonnington, Bichard P. 

1188. Village Scene in Italy. 



Youth. 



Bonsall, Mary W. 

1189. Study of Old Man. 
Boone, Cora. 

1190. A Pot Of Flowers. 

1191. Tulips. 

1192. Cinerarias. 
Borg, Carl Oscar. 

1193. Chateau Gaillard. 

1194. Campagna Romana. 

1195. Landscape. 

Lent by Mrs. P. A. Hearst. 
Borie, Adolphe. 
119G. Nude. 

1197. Lady with Black Scarf, 

1198. A Woman Pensive. 

1199. Spring. 
Bosley, Frederick A. 

1200. The Dreamer. 

1201. Girl in Pink Dress. 

1202. Interior. 

1203. Girl Against Chinese Screen. 
Boston, Joseph H. 

1204. Mount Hamlin. 
Both, Jan. 

1205. Landscape. 
Boudin, E. 

1206. Sunset at Havre. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 

Boughton, George H. 

1207. The Fallen Angel. 

Lent by F. C. Havens, Esq. 

Bourne, Gertrude B. 

1208. Rear View of Boston State House. 

1209. Rhododendrons. 

Bowdoin, Harriette. 

1210. A Venetian Highway. 

1211. A Bit of Sunshine. 

Bower, Alexander. 

1212. Tne White Shore. 

Boyle, Sarah Yocum McFadden. 

1213. Maid Marion. 

1214. Peggie. 

1215. Portrait of Dr. William H. Mc- 

Fadden. 
Eoynton, Ray S. 



1216. 


Aphrodite. 


1217. 


Spokane Valley. 


1218. 


Young Diana. 


1219. 


Vanity. 


1220. 


Venus. 


1221. 


Eve. 


1222. 


A Boy. 


Bradford, William. 



1223. Caught in the Ice Floes. 

Bradley, Susan H. 

1224. Grand Canyon. 

Erascassat, Jacques Raymond. 

1225. Noonday Rest in France. 

Braun, Maurice. 

1226. Sunlit Hills: Southern California. 

1227. The Hillside Morning. 

1228. Hills and Valley: Southern Cali- 

fornia. 

Breckenridge, Hugh H. 

1229. Bowl of Fruit. 

1230. Italian Pitcher and Fruit.' 

1231. Studio Interior: The Tapestried 

Wall. 

1232. The Studio Window. 

1233. Corner of the Garden. 

1234. The Open Garden. 

1235. Tapestry and Fruit. 

1236. Still Life: Blue and Gold. 

1237. Studio Interior: Chinese Jar. 

1238. White Vase. 



PAINTINGS AND DKAWINGS 



11 



Bredin, B. Sloan. 

1239. The Farm. 
Bremmer, Anne M. 

1240. Isabella. 

1241. Gladiolas. 

1242. The Fur Collar, 

1243. The Villagre of Good Cheer. 

1244. Marigold and Primrose. 
Breton, Jules. 

1245. The Vintage. 
Breuer, H. J. 

1246. Lake Louise. 

1247. The Santa Inez Mountains. 

1248. Mount Sir Donald. 

1249. Mount Assinaboine. 

Breyfogle, John Winstanley. 

1250. The Serpent. 

Lent by William H. Fox, Esq. 

Bringhurst, B. 

1251. Journalism. 
Brinley, D. Putnam. 

1252. Matins. 

1253. Noon. 
Brooke, Bichard Norris. 

1254. A Stony Outpost. 

Brouwer, Adrlaen. 

1255. Head of Old Man. 
Brown, Benjamin Chambers. 

1256. Cliffs: Golden Gate. 

1257. Over the Roofs: Antwerp. 

Brown, Charlotte Harding. 

1258. On the Hillside. 

1259. The Squab Syndicate. 

1260. Hump Yourself. 

Brown, George Loring. 

1261. Castello U'oba. 

Brown, John G. 

1262. The Detective Story. 

Browne, Charles Francis. 

1263. La Vacherie: France. 

Browne, George Elmer. 

1264. Port of Sottomarina. 

Brownell, Matilda. 

1265. Girl in the Chinese Porcelain 

Room. 

1266. Girl with Columbine. 

Brumback, Louise Upton. 

1267. High Tide on the Beach. 

1268. The Harbor: Gloucester. 

Brune, Heinrich. 

1260. Picnic in the Woods. 

Bush, George de Frest. 

1270. Portrait of a Lady. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 

1271. Andromeda. 

1272. The Potter. 

Bryant, Everett L. 

1273. Peonies. 

1274. Snapdragon. 

1275. Wild Honeysuckle. 

1276. Snapdragon and Fan. 

Bryant, Maude Drein. 

1277. Still Life: Crimson Ramblers. 

1278. Still Life: Larkspur. 

1279. Still Life: Asters. 

Badworth. Will S. 

1280. Early Spring: Wakefield Woods. 

1281. Afternoon Shadows: Chestertown. 

Buehler, Lytton Brlggs. 

1282. The City of Pleasure. 
Bnehr. Earl Albert. 

1283. Dejeuner sur I'Herbe. 

1284. Une Gage d'Amour. 



Bull, Charles Livingston. 

1285. Beauty and the Beast. 

1286. The Sea Horse of Grande Terre. 
Bunker, Dennis M. 

1287. Portrait of Miss Anne Page. 

Lent by Miss Anne Page, 

1288. The Mirror. 

Lent by the Art Club of Phila- 
delphia. 
Burleigh, Sydney Bichmond. 

1289. At the Wharf. 
Burmester, Ernst. 

1290. Railroad Bridge. 
Burnham, Anita Willets. 

1291. Day Dreaming. 

1292. Napping. 

1293. Twenty-first Chapter of Job. 
Burnside, C. 

1294. Tlie Yellow Curtain. 
Bush, Ella Shepard. 

1295. A Fairy Tale Princess. 

1296. A Kappa of Washington. 

1297. Balaustion, 

Bush-Brown, Margaret Lesley. 

1298. Portrait of Moncure D. Conway. 

1299. The Flute Lesson. 

Bushnell, Adelyn. 

1300. Portrait of an Old Man. 

Butler, Edward B. 

1301. The Brook. 

Butler, Howard Eussell. 

1302. Spirits of the Twilight. 
Butler, J. J. P. 

1303. No title given. 
Butler, Mary. 

1304. Trees at Shubel's Mount: Nova 

Scotia. 
Butler, Theodore Earl. 

1305. Sunrise. 

1306. Afternoon. 

1307. Peonies. 



Button, Albert Prentice. 



Girl of the Desert. 
In the Meadow, 
Girl in Gray, 
Ultima Thule. 
An October Day. 

Byne, Arthur. 

1313, Patio in an Old Posada in Alcala. 
An Old Palace in Avila. 
Tarragona Cathedral Seen from 

the Cloister. 
A Fountain in Lugo. 
A Toledan Tenement. 
Vigo from the Bay. 
Cathedral Silhouette: Zaragoza. 



1308 
1309. 
1310. 
1311. 
1312. 



1314. 
1315. 



1316. 
1317. 
1318, 
1319, 
1320. 



The Bishop's Well: Palencia. 

Cadenasso, Guiseppe. 
1321! Summer. 

1322. The Reflection. 

Cahill, Arthur. 

1323. Illustration for Western Story. 

Cahill, William V. 

1324. The Bed Book. 

Caliga, I. H. 

1325. Autumn, 

Callahan, Caroline B. 

1326. Le Petit Dejeuner. 

Camp, Harold M. 

1327. Turn in the River. 

1328. Snow Cflouds. 

1329. A Hill Top. 
Carew, Berta. 

1330. The Late Archbishop Oorrigan. 



12 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Carles, Arthur B. 

1331. Nude. 

1332. Torso. 

1333. Repose. 
Carlsen, Emil. 

1334. The Open Sea. 
Carlson, John Fahian. 

1335. Cloud Legions. 

1336. Silvered Acres. 

1337. Spring Morning. 

1338. Along the Stream. 

1339. Grey Woods. 

1340. Frost Bound. 
Carpenter, F. D. 

1341. Portrait of Abraham Lincoln. 

Lent by the Union League Club, 
New York City. 
Carpenter, Fred G. 

1342. The Gay Set. 
Carreno, Carreno de Miranda. 

1343. Portrait. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Piatt, Esq. 
Carriere, Eugene. 

1344. Lady With Dog. 

Lent by Martin Ryerson, Esq. 
Carrigan, William L. 

1345. Midsummer Masque. 
Case, B. 

1346. View: Sidi Ben Said: Tunis. 
Caser, Ettore. 

1347. Musical Moment. 

1348. Old Venice. 

1349. The Fire. 
Cassatt, Mary. 

1350. Femme et Enfant Avec echarpe Rose. 

1351. Femme lisant dans un jardin. 

1352. Femme a I'eventail. 
Casterton, Eda Nomoede. 

1353. Miss Pauline Batchelder. 
Cauldwell, L. 

1354. Portrait of Colonel W. 
Cazin, Jean Charles. 

1355. The Repentance of Simon Peter. 

Lent by Rev. Frank W. Gun- 
saulus. 

1356. The Retreat. 
Champaigne, Philippe de. 

1357. Richelieu. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Chandler, H. 0. 

1358. Nevada Desert. 
Chapman, Carlton Theodore. 

1359. The American Fleet Hoisting the 

Flag at Monterey, July 7th, 1846. 
Chapman, Charles S. 

1360. The Marauder. 
Chappel, Alonzo. 

1361. Lafayette: De Kalb: D'Estaing. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

1362. Surrender of Lee. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Chase, Adelaide Cole. 

1363. The Violinist. 

1364. Portrait of Mrs. Swan. 

Chase, Lila. 

1365. Portrait. 

1366. Elizabeth. 

Chase, William Merritt. 

1367. Portrait of Mrs. O. 
Lent by Carnegie Institute. 

Woman With the White Shawl. 
Lent by the Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of Fine Arts. 

Day Dream. 
Portrait of Whistler. 

Mrs. Mason. 

Self Portrait. 



1368. 



1369. 
1369A. 
1370. 
1371. 



1372. A Poor Man's Meal. 

1373. Orangerie. 

1374. Mrs. Vonnon. 

1375. Friendly Advice. 

1376. Mrs. Chase. 

1377. A Passenger Boat. 

1378. Venice. 

I."i79. Old Houses: Venice. 

1380. On a Grand Canal. 

1381. Italian Landscape. 

1382. Long Island Landscape. 

1383. Koto. 

1384. Study of a Young Girl. 

1385. Mrs. Labagean. 

1386. Fruit. 

1387. Portrait of Carriers. 

1388. Miss Emmett. 

1389. Helen. 

1390. R. U. Johnson. 

1391. Still Life: Fish. 

1392. Big Copper Kettle and Pish. 
1392. Back of the Villa. 

1394. Steichen. 

1395. Mrs. Sullivan. 

1396. Just Onions. 

1397; Portrait of an Artist. 

1398. Salute. 

1399. Mr. Sullivan. 
Chimona, Nicolas. 

1400. Hellas. 

1401. Les Isles du Prince. 
Christmas, E. W. 

1402. El Cristo de los Andes. 

1403. Moonlight in the Argentine. 
Church, Frederick Edwin. 

1404. Niagara Falls. 

Lent by the Corcoran Galley of 
Art. 
Churchill, William W. 

1405. The Model, 

1406. The Manuscript. 

1407. Pouring Tea. 

Clark, 
1408. 
1409. 
1410. 
1411. 
1412. 
1413, 
1414. 
1415. 
1416. 
1417, 
1418. 
1419. 
1420. 
1421. 
1422. 
1423, 
1424. 
1425, 



Clark, 
1426 



Alson Skinner. 

Sosa Hill From the Quarry. 

The Cut From Empire. 

Big Cranes: Miraflores. 

Three Hills From Culebra. 

Gates: Pedro Miguel. 

Cucaracha Slide. 

In the Cut. 

Dredges Under Gold Hill. 

Moving the Tressel. 

Culebra Slide. 

The Cranes: Miraflores. 

In the Lock: Miraflores. 

Pedro Miguel Locks. 

In Tropical Waters. 

Panama From the Pacific. 

Market in Panama. 

Gold Hill From Culebra. 

First Dredges Through Gatun. 

Freeman. 
The Climbers. 



Clark, Harriette A. 

1427. Mme. Sherry. 

1428. Mrs. Lefevre. 

1429. Constance E. Fairchild. 

Clarke, Thomas Shields. 

1430. The Dawn of New Life. 

Clarkson, Balph. 

1431. Portrait : 



Edson Keith, 



Clement, Catherine. 

1432. Portrait. 

Clonney, James Qoodwyn. 

1433. Militia: Training. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

Closson, William Baxter. 

1434. A Glimpse of the Sea. 



PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 



13 



Clute, Walter Marshall. 

1435. Romance. 
Cockroft, Edythe Varien. 

1436. Portrait Study. 

1437. Girl Reading. 
Coffin, William Anderson. 

1438. Early Morning in May. 
1489. September Afternoon. 

1440. A March Evening. 
Cohen, Lewis. 

1441. The Great Bridge: Toledo. 

1442. A Stronghold of the Scaligers. 
Cole, George Townsend, 

1443. Mrs. Gregory McLaughlin. 

1444. Miss Aileen McCarthy. 

1445. Mrs. H. 
Cole, J. Foxcroft. 

144G. Landscape With Cattle. 
Cole, Thomas. 

1447. Landscape. 

1448. Four Sketches of the Voyage of 

Life. 
Cole, Thomas Casilear. 

1449. Portrait of a Lady. 

Coleman, Charles Caryl. 

1450. Sorrow. 
Coleman, Samuel. 

1451. Caravan in the Desert. 

Lent by the Hillyer Art Gallery, 
Smith College. 

Colwell, Elizabeth. 

1452. The Sea From Penobscot Light- 

hduse. 

Coman, Charlotte Buell. 

1453. Pocono Hills in Winter. 

Comegys, George H. 

1454. The Ghost Story. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Conant, Lucy Scarborough. 

1455. The Beloved Pine: Campfer. 
1450. Piz Languard From Rosegg Valley. 

1457. The Matterhorn. 

1458. The Sella Joch: Dolomites. 

1459. The Jungfrau at Noon. 

1460. The Silver Lakes of the Engadine. 
Conant, Marjorie. 

1461. Late Afternoon. 

Congdon, T. E. 

1462. The Greenroom. 
Connell, E. D. 

1463. The Dunes. 

Conner, John Ramsey. 

1464. Cottage Interior. 

1465. The Little Seamstress. 
Coolidge, Bertha. 

1466. Portrait of a Russian Girl. 

1467. Portrait of Miss E. L. V. 

1468. Woman in White. 

1469. Portrait of Mrs. R. 

1470. Portrait of Miss Gertrude Fiske. 
Coolidge, Mary Rosamond. 

1471. Portrait of S. Burtis Baker. 

1472. Portrait: Miss S. 

1473. The Old-Fashioned Gown. 
Cooper, Colin Campbell. 

1474. The White House. 

1475. A Salem Residence. 

1476. Mountain at Gruyeres: Switzerland. 

1477. Bowling Green: New Yoi'k. 

1478. Beauvais Cathedral. 

1479. Fifth Avenue: New York. 
Cooper, Emma Lampert. 

1480. Temple at Jaipur. 

1481. Side Street: Beauvais. 



Copley, John Singleton. 

1482. Portrait of Mrs. Elizabeth Willing 
Powell. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

CocLues, Gonzales. 

1483. Burgomeister and Family, 

Lent by Charles M. Cooke, Esq. 

Cornoyer, Paul. 

1484. Winter: Columbus Circle. 

1485. Old New York. 

Corot, Jean Baptists Camille. 

1486. Landscape. 

Lent by Caroline A. McClees. 

1487. Boy Sketching. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta E. Fail- 
ing. 
Courbet, Gustave. 

1488. Study of a Thoroughbred. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

1489. Young Man With Violincello. 

Lent by 0. E. S. Wood, Esq. 
Couse, E. Irving. 

1490. The ITurquoise Beadmaker. 

1491. An Indian Shepherd. 

1492. Twilight: Taos Pueblo. 

Cox, Kenyon. 

1493. Plenty. 

Lent by the National Gallery. 

Cox, Louise. 

1494. Mayflowers. 

Lent by the National Gallery. 

1495. A Daughter of Eve. 

Crane, Bruce. 

1496. The Templed Hills. 

Crisp, Arthur. 

1497. The Philanderer. 

1498. A Song Hit. 

1499. The Little Spinster. 

1500. "Dim Yesterday's Pageant Back- 

grounds Today." 

Crome, John (Old Crome). 

1501. The Blasted Tree. 

Cropsey, Jasper F. 

1502. On the River. 

Lent by Harry W. Watrous, Esq. 

Cross, Sally. 

1503. Portrait: Miss Lilian Gardener. 

1504. Portrait of Miss Turner. 

1505. Mrs. Quincy. 

1506. Miss Dora Wetherbee. 

1507. Portrait of Miss McKay and Peter, 

1508. Portrait of Olin Downes, Esq. 

Crowley, Gray Price. 

1509. Mrs. Alfred Gray. 

Cucuel, Edward. 

1510. The Bath. 

1511. Summertime. 

1512. The Girl in Yellow. 

1513. Autumn Sun. 

Cuneo, Rlnaldo. 

1514. Notre Dame: Paris. 

Curran, Charles C. 

1515. Daffodils. 

Currier, J. Frank. 

1516. A Munich Boy. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 

1517. Whistling Boy. 

Lent by the John Herron Art In- 
stitute. 

1518. Self Portrait. 

Ijent by William M. Chase, Esq. 
A Head. 

Lent by J. Harsen Rhoades, Esq. 
Curtis, William Fuller. 

1519. The Golden God. 



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Gushing, Howard Gardiner. 

1520. Decorative Panel. 

1521. Decorative Panel. 

1522. Decorative Panel. 

1523. Interior. 

1524. Portrait. 

1525. Portrait. 

1526. Wardrobe. 
Dabo, Leon. 

1527. The Rockets: Rain of Fire. 

Dagnan-Bouveret, Pascal Adolphe Jean. 

1528. C'onsolatrix Afflictorum. 

Dana, Charles Edmund. 

1529. The Canon's House: Gruyere's. 
15.30. St. Augustine: Fribourg. 

1531. Morat. 

1532. Treves. 

1533. Bazaar Okair Zoht. 

1534. Abazzia San Gregorio: Venice. 

1535. Bad-el-Metawaleh: Cairo. 

1536. Bazaar: Gama Ibrahim Aga: Cairo. 

Daubigny, Charles Francois. 

1537. The New Moon. 

Lent by Charles F. Adams, Esq. 

Davey, Randall. 

1538. Captain Dan Stevens: Lighthouse 

Keeper. 

1539. Girl in Blue. 

1540. Segovian Man. 

Davis, Charles H. 

1541. The Northwest Wind. 

1542. May Morning. 

Davis, Stuart. 

1543. The River. 

1544. The Fog. 

1545. A Back Yard. 

1546. The Cafe Logue. 

Davol, Joseph Benjamin. 

1547. Maine Coast. 

1548. A Winter Coast: Moonlight. 

1549. Where Sea and River Meet. 
Dawson, George Walter. 

1550. An Old Cottage Rose. 

1551. A New England Garden. 

1552. Yellow Harrison Roses. 

1553. Rhododendrons. 

1554. Rose-Covered Wall: Spain. 

1555. White Water Lily. 

1556. Water Lily Among Rushes. 
De Camp, Joseph B. 

1557. Portrait of Frank Duveneck. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 
De Jong, Betty. 

1558. Beatrix. 

1558. The Dancing Girl. 

1560. Portrait of Miss Isabelle P. 
De Voll, P. Usher. 

1561. East River: New York: Winter. 

1562. Quebec From the Fortifications. 

1563. The White City. 

1564. Brooklyn Bridge: Winter. 
de Wentworth, Cecile. 

-565. Portrait of William Howard Taft. 

1566. Taper to Saint Genevieve. 
Del Mue, Maurice. 

1567. Late Afternoon in the Sierras. 
Deming, Adelaide. 

1568. A Quiet Day. 
Deming, Edwin Willard. 

1569. Prayer to the Manes of the Dead. 

1570. Vow of Vengeance. 
Dewey, Charles Melville. 

1571. The Harvest Moon. 

Diaz, Narcisso Vergilio de la Pena. 

1572. No title. 



Dillaye, Blanche. 

1573. The God of Good Fortune. 

1574. The Evening Star. 

1575. On the Grand Morin. 

1576. Moonlight. 
Dimock, E. 

1577. Sweat Shop Girls in the Country. 

1578. East Side School Children. 

1579. Group. 

1580. Group. 

1581. Group in New England. 

1582. Sweat Shop Girls in the Country, 
Dirks, Rudolph. 

1583. On the Dike. 

1584. The Boatman. 

1585. Head of Old Dutchman. 

1586. Clearing Land. 
Dixon, Maynard. 

1587. Navajo Women. 

1588. The Trail in Oregon. 

1589. The Palomino Mare. 
Dolph, J. H. 

1590. The Rat Who Retired From the 
World. 

Lent by Mrs. H. F. Barnett. 
Donoho, Buger. 

1591. The Rose Terrace. 

1592. A Vail of Leaves. 

1593. Wind Flowers. 

1594. A Garden. 
Dougherty, Parke 0. 

1595. Moonlight. 

1596. Mount St. Michel. 

1597. Winter Morning: Etretat. 
Dougherty, Paul. 

1598. Toward the Sunlight. 

1599. Changing Weather. 

1600. Storm Gleams. 
-1601. From Clodgy Point. 

Doughty, Thomas. 

1602. On the Susquehanna. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 

1603. Landscape. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 
Dow, Arthur Wesley. 

1604. The Great Shadow. 

1605. The Enchanted Mesa. 
Du Bois, Guy Pene. 

1006. Trapeze Performer. 
Duez, E. 

. 1607. By the Sea Shore. 
Dufner, Edward. 

1608. Portrait: A Ray of Sunlight. 

1609. Summer Evening. 

1610. Moonlight on the Lake. 

1611. Reflections. 
Dull, John J. 

1612. Winter Landscape: No. 1. 

1613. Winter Landscape: No. 2, 

1614. Winter Landscape: No. 3. 

1615. Winter Landscape: No. 4. 
Dumond, Frederic Melville. 

1616. 1849. 

1617. Portrait Sketch of Babette de Cernoe. 

1618. Hoss Tradin' on the Reservation. 

1619. Rat6n Pass. 

1620. Sea Carvings. 
Dumond, Frank Vincent. 

1621. The Bathers. 

1622. May Bloom. 

1623. July Afternoon. 

1624. Gray Newfoundland. 

1625. The Elopers. 
1620. The Fairy Tale. 

Dumond, Helen Savier. 

1627. An Arm of the Mediterranean. 

1628. Southern France. 



PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 



15 



Dunbar, Harold C. 

1629. Girl in Black. 

1630. Portrait of Mrs. D. 
Dunlap, Helena. 

1631. The Dressing Table. 

1632. Mountain Cottages. 

1633. The Senor's Garden. 

1634. Summer Afternoon. 
Dunlap, William. 

1635. Portrait. 
Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Portrait. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
President Tyler. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Portrait of a Lady. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Scene from Harvey Birch: The Spy. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Durand, Asher Brown. 

1640. The Morning of Life. 

Lent by the National Academy of 

Design. 
The Thunder Storm: Catskills. 

Lent by H. K. Bush-Brown, Esq. 
A. B. Durand as a Young Man. 
DuTkee, Helen Winslow. 

1643. Baigneuse. 

1644. Portrait of Miss D. 

1645. Margaret. 

1646. The Spanish Shawl. 

1647. Hilda. 
William Ives, Esq. 
Autumn. 
Still Life. 
Kadidje. 
A Study. 

1653. The Flowered Dress. 

1654. Still Life. 

1655. Portrait. 
Dustin, Silas S. 

1656. Midnight in New England. 
Duveneck, Frank. 

1657. Beechwoods: Polling: Bavaria. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Unfinished Portrait Study. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Head of a Young Girl. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Girl's Head. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Young Man With Red Skull Cap. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Girl's Head: Yellow Background. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Blind Old Man. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Sketch of a Nude. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Study of a Nude Back. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Young Man With a Ruflf. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Blacksmith. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
Whistling Boy. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

Association. 
John W. Alexander. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 

AsBociation. 



1636. 
1637. 
1638. 
1639. 



1641. 
1642. 



1648. 
1649. 
1650. 
1651. 
1652. 



1658. 



1659. 



1660. 



1661. 



1662. 



1663. 



1664. 



1665. 



1666. 



1667. 



1668. 



1670. Head: Portrait of Mr. Mills. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

1671. Man With Red Hair. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

1672. Woman With Forget-Me-Nots. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

1673. Portrait of Man in Spanish Cos- 
tume. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

1674. Portrait of William Adams. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

1675. Turkish Page. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 

1676. Italian Boy. 

Lent by George E. Hopkins, Esq. 

1677. The Hunchback. 

Lent by Miss Jane Otis. 

1678. Portrait of Frank Currier, 

Lent by Alfred Juergens. 

1679. Blue Boy. 

Lent by Mrs. D. H. Holmes. 

1680. Lady With a Veil. 

Lent by George E. Hopkins, Esq. 

1681. Portrait of Professor Loeffts. 

Lent by Mrs. Herman Goepper. 

1682. Portrait: Mrs. Francis Hinkle. 

Lent by W. H. Hinkle, Esq. 

1688. Woman With a Fan. 

Lent by M. A. De Wolfe Howe, 
Esq. 

1684. Sketch of a Turk. 

Lent by the Tavern Club. 

1685. Portrait. 

Lent by William M. Chase, Esq, 

1686. Portrait Sketch. 

Lent by the Tavern Club. 

1687. Laguna: Venice. 

Lent by Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 
16S8. Venetian Bridge. 

Lent by Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

1689. Riva degli Schiavoni No. 2. 

Lent by Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

1690. Grande Canal: Venice. 

Lent by Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

1691. Bridge of Sighs. 

Lent by Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

1692. The Rialto: Venice. 

Lent by Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

1693. Piazza San Marco: Venice. 

Lent by Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

1694. View of the Grande Canal: Venice. 

Lent by Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

1695. Palazza Ca Doro: Venezia (1883). 

Lent by Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

1696. In the Bay of Venice. 

Lent by Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

1697. Ponte Vecchio: Florence (1884). 

Lent by Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

1698. San Pietro in Castildo: Venice. 

Lent by Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 

1699. Riva degli Schiavoni: Venice No. 1. 

Lent by Cincinnati Museum Asso- 
ciation. 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINE AflTS 



Eakins, Thomas. 

1700. The Bohemian. 

1701. Portrait of Henry O. Tanner. 

1702. The Veteran. 

1703. The Home Ranch. 

1704. The Crucifixion. 

1705. The Concert Singer, 
Eaton, Charles Warren. 

1706. The Shawangunk Valley. 

1707. Summer Night: Lake Como. 

Ebert, Charles. 

1708. The Fog Boav. 

1709. Monhegan Headlands. 

1710. Early November. 

Edmondson, William J. 

1711. The Garden. 

Edwards, George Wharton. 

1712. No-Man's Ledge: Monhegan. 
Eichholtz, Jacob. 

1713. Portrait: Mr. Arundel. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

1714. Portrait: Mrs. Arundel. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

1715. Portrait of Unknown Man. 

Lent by Dr. Gilbert L. Parker. 
Eisenlohr, E. G. 

1716. First Furrows. 



Elliott, 
1717. 



1718. 



Charles Loring. 

Portrait of Colonel Thomas L. Mc- 

Kenney. 

Lent by the Corcoran Gallery of 
Art. 

Portrait of H. W. Hewitt. 

Lent by the Art Institute of Chi- 
cago. 

Portrait of Mrs. Mary A. Goulding. 

Elizabeth Shippen Green. 
The Princess. 

Antoine and the Little Wooden 
Soldier. 

The Moon World. 
The First Communion, 
Inspector Joly. 
Queen C'ophetua. 
Queen Jehan and Riczi. 
Elizabeth. 



1719. 

Elliott, 

1720. 

1721. 

1722. 
1723. 
1724. 
1725. 
1726. 
1727. 

Engel, Otto H. 

1728. Picnic on the Beach. 
Engelbrechtsen, Cornelis. 

1729. Lot and His Daughters. 

Lent by Dr. Gilbert L. Parker. 
English, Frank F. 

1730. River Wensum : Norwich. 

1731. A Delaware Village. 
17.S2. Cobb's Creek. 

1733. A Home at Brookville. 

1734. Millbank: Upper Darby. 
17.35. A Mill on Cobb's Creek. 

1736. A Summer Evening. 

1737. Yarmouth. 

1738. Folly Bridge: Oxford. 

1739. Norwich. 
Enneking, John Joseph. 

1740. November Twilight, 

1741. December Thaw. 
Ericson, David. 

1742. The Late Tea. 

1743. Low Tide. 
Esser, Theodor. 

1744. Interior. 
Evans, Frances. 

1745. Portrait. 
Everett, Herbert Edward. 

1740. Cottage Garden. 

1747. Garden at Pipestave Hill. 
Fairchild, May, 

1748. The Rose. 



Farley, Richard Blossom, 

1749. Blue and Gold. 

1750. Barnegat Beach, 

1751. Dunes at Barnegat. 
Farndon, Walter. 

1752. Wistaria Arbor, 
Fassett, Truman E. 

1753,* Spanish Dancer. 

1754. Portrait: Mrs. Fassett. 
Fechin, Nicholas, 

1755. Lady in Pink. 
Feldman, Baruch M. 

1756. Portrait Study: Introspection. 
Fenderson, Annie M. 

1757. Portrait of Wilhelmina. 
Ferguson, Nancy M, 

1758. The Old Homestead. 

1759. A Rural liane. 

1760. The Barber Shop. 
Fernow, Bernice P. Andrews. 

1701. Pierpont Edwards Dutcher: Third. 
17G2. Childhood. 

1763. Mrs. E. J;. Smith. 

1764. Mrs. Charles Palmer, 
Filerayr, Joseph J, 

1765. The Silent Hour, 
Fink, Denman. 

1766. Portrait of Mrs. F. 
Fink, F. 

1707. Portrait of Artist in His Studio. 
Finkelnburg, Augusta. 

1768. My Woodsie Park. 

1769. The Old Homestead. 
Finn, James Wall. 

1770. Girl With a Fan, 

Firebaugh, Nettie King. 

1771. Professor Joseph Le Conte. 

1772. Mrs. August Porter. 

Fiske, Gertrude. 

1773. The Shadow. 

1774. Study in Black and White. 

ritz. Eenjamin R. 

1775. Tho Harvesters. 

Lent b.v the Hillyer Art Gallery: 
S:nith College. 
r?'"o-, Chrrjcs Noel. 

1770. Port rait uf Paxil Wayland Bartlett. 
Lent by L. A. Wiley & Son. 
riagg, Jared. 

1777. Po"trfiit of Judge Brown. 

Lent by the City of New York. 

Folder, Annie B, 

177S. October Hillside: Nantucket. 
1770. November Day: Nantucket. 

Tcctfi, Josephine J. 

1780. .Junior. 

Footo, Mary. 

1781. Portrait of Mrs. Herman Kobbe. 
17.92. Mrs. John Carpenter. 

1783. Portrait of August Jaccaci, Esq. 

1784. Study. 

1785. Portrait of Miss Matilda Brownell, 
Foote, Will Howe, 

1786. Italian Girl's Head. 

1787. Gloucester Harbor. 

1788. Sunny Interior. 

1789. Hydrangeas. 
Foresman, Alie. 

1790. Portrait: Irish Rose. 

1791. Portrait. 
Forsyth, William. 

1792. Winter in the Hills. 

1793. The Red Hill, 

1794. A Sunny Corner, 

1795. The Wind From the West, 



PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 



1-7 



Fortune, E. Charlton. 

179G. The Galloway Inn. 
17!)7. Moonlight. 
1798. Betty. 
1795). Sumujier. 

1800. Cariiiel Mission. 

1801. The Pier. 

1802. The San Gabriel Vine. 
Fortuny y Carbo, Mariano. 

1803. The Model: A Sketch. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts. 

1804. The Arab Blacksmith. 

Lent by Mrs. Reginald Smith. 
Foss, Harriet Campbell. 

1805. Pink Phlox. 
Foster, Ben. 

1806. October Morning. 
Fournier, Alexis Jean. 

1807. Peaceful Night on the Seine. 

1808. Morning in Venice. 
Frieseke, Frederic Carl. 

1809. The Garden Chair. 

1810. Sleep. 

1811. Youth. 

1812. Boudoir. 

1813. Girl Embroidering. 

1814. The Bay Window. 

1815. The Garden. 
1810. Summers. 

Froelich, Maren M. 

1817. The Chinese Robe. 
Fuller, George. 

1818. Lorette. 

Lent by the Corcoran Gallery of 

1819. A Head. 

Lent by W. B. Ayer, Esq. 

1820. Marguerite. 
Fuller, Henry B. 

1821. Triumph of Truth Over Error. 
Fuller, Lucia Fairchild. 

1823. The Girl and the Net. 

1823. In the Days of King Arthur. 

1824. Portrait of a Child. 

1825. Artemidora. 
182G. The Red Flower. 

Funk, Wilhelm. 

1827. Mrs. John W. McKinnon. 
Gaensslen, Otto Robert. 

1828. Youth. 
Gainsborough, Thomas. 

1829. Sir Wm. Lynch. 

Lent by the Hackley Art Gal- 
lery: Muskegon, 

1830. Landscape. 

Lent by Charles M. Cooke, Esq. 

1831. A Grand Landscape. 
Gale, Harrlette Draper. 

1832. Study in Brown. 

Gallagher, Sears. 

1833. From the Bridge. 

Gait, Charles Franklin. 

1834. The Etcher. 

1835. The Gypsy. 

Garber, DanieL 

1836. Sister. 

1837. The Sunlit Wall. 

1838. Quarry: Evening. 

1839. Cherry Blossoms. 

1840. Little Village: Winter. 

1841. From Tinicum Hill. 

Garrett, Edmund. 

1842. Heart of New England. 

Gauley, Robert David. 

1843. Reverie. 

1844. Portrait: Pedro de Cordoba. 



Gay, Walter. 

i;>45. Iwcs Pigeons Savantes. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Gelhaar, Emil. 

184(). l^acker Hall, 
Gifford, Sanford R. 

1S47. Tne Golden Horn. 

Lent by Hon. Charles H, Carey, 
Gihon, O. 

1848. Peasant Houses. 

1849. Haunted House, . 

1850. A Corner: Rue de Vaugirard. 
Gilchrist, Wallace W., Jr. 

1851. Girl in Pink. 

1852. The Old Gold Screen. 

1853. A Quiet Sea. 

1854. Rocks: The Maine Coast. 

1855. The Fish Dock. 

1856. Towards the Sun, 

1857. Twin Birches. 

1858. Incoming Tide. 
Gilmore, Ada. 

1859. Promenade, 
Glackens, William J. 

18G0, Woman with Apple. 

1861. Chez Moquin. 

1862. Family Group. 

1863. Girls Bathing. 

1864. Green Car. 
Gleeson, Charles K. 

1865. The Carriers. 
Glinteukamp, Henry J. 

1866. Wmd Gap. 
Goetsch, Gustav F. 

1867. Marblehead. 

1868. In the Harbor. 

1869. Marblehead Harbor. 

1870. The Harbor. 

1871. On the Harlem River. 
Gohler, Hermann. 

1872. Schloss Favorite. 
Goodwin, Arthur Clifton. 

1873. Boylston Street: Boston. 

1874. T Wharf: Boston. 

1875. Boylston Street: Boston. 
Gotthold, Florence Wolf. 

1876. The Yellow Cat. 

Goya y Lucientes, Francisco Jose de. 

1877. Don Juan Jose Perez Mora. 

Lent by the Hackley Gallery: 
Muskegon. 

1878. Portrait of Isadoro Marquez. 

Lent by Martin A. Ryerson, Esq. 
Grabach, John R. 

1879. Banks of the Connecticut River. 
Grant, L. 

1880. Fishing Boats: Concarneau. 

Granville-Smith, Walter. 

1881. The Boat Shop. 

1882. Summer Breeze. 

1883. The Landing. 

1884. Queen's Lace. 

1885. Clearing Mists. 
Gray, Frederick G. 

1886. Early Morning. 

1887. Portrait Study: tlon. Joseph C. 

Cannon. 

1888. Portrait. 
Gray, Henry Peters. 

1889. Cupid Begging His Arrows, 

Lent by the Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts. 
Gray, Percy. 

1890. Out of the Desert: Oregon. 
Griffin, J, W. 

1891. River Lee: Cork. 



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Griffin, Walter. 

1892. Church of S'. Trovaso: Venice. 

1893. Late Afternoon: Breton Village. 

1894. Springtime. 

1895. Grand Canal: Venice No. 1. 

1896. Grand Canal: Venice No. 2. 

1897. May Morning. 

1898. Bridge: Venice. 

1899. Zattere: Venice. 
GroU, Albert Lorey. 

1900. Arizona Desert. 

1901. Lake Louise. 

1902. Peace: Hopiland. 
Grossman, Edwin Booth. 

1903. Still Life. 
Grover, Oliver Dennet. 

1904. Ponte Vecchio: Florence. 

Lent by Mrs. J. B. Blackstone. 

1905. Rocky Shore: Lake Garda. 
Guerin, Jules. 

1906. Pigeon Mosque: Constantinople. 

1907. Temple of Sunium. 

1908. Eyub on the Golden Horn. 

1909. The Great Bazaar: Constantino- 

ple. 

1910. The Mosque of Sulieman: Con- 

stantinople. 

1911. Cairo: The Blue Mosque. 

1912. Landscape Near Siena. 

1913. The Three Wise Men. 

Guido of Siena. 

1914. Madonna. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Piatt, Esq. 
Gustin, Paul Morgan. 

1915. Great Cloud. 

1916. Mountain Snowflelds. 

1918. The Cascades from Pyramid 
Park. 

1918. Mount Rainier. 

1919. November Evening: Puget Sound. 

1920. A Clearing in the Northwest. 
Gutmann, Bernhard. 

1921. Nude. 
Haggin, Ben All. 

1922. Little White Dancer. 
Hailman, Johanna E. Woodwell. 

1923. A Tropical Menage. 

1924. To Market in the West Indies 

1925. Tony. 
Hale, Lilian Westcott. 

1926. Portrait. 

1927. Lavender and Old Ivory. 

1928. Bleeding Hearts. 

1929. Anemonies. 

1930. The Fortune Teller, 

1931. Madonna Lillies. 

1932. Portrait of Nancy. 

1933. China Asters. 

1934. Gardenia Rose. 

1935. Celia's Arbor. 
Hale. FhUip Leslie. 

1936. Sun Bath. 

1937. La Princesse Lointaine. 

1938. A Family Affair. 

1939. Lillies of the Madonna. 

1940. Autumn Fruits. 

1941. A Passing Hour, 

1942. Wisteria and the 

Miss Wistar. 

1943. The Tower of Ivory. 

1944. Portrait. 

1945. Woman with Roses. 
Hale, Walter. 

1948. The Walk Along the Ramparts. 

1946. Ruined Castle on the Neckar. 

1947. The Chapel on the Rock: Le Puy. 
Hall, Kleber. 

1949. Constance. 



Mysterious 



Hallowell, George Hawley. 

1950. Wood's Lake. 

1951. Island Lake. 

1953. The Driving Pitch. 

1954. The Logan. 

1955. The Snow Path. 
X956. The Choppers, 

Halpert, Samuel. 
1957. Interior. 



1958. 
1959. 



Lake George. 
Still Life. 



Hamhuchen, Wilhelm. 

1960. Early Autumn Morning. 

Hamilton, James. 

1961. Old Ironsides. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts. 

1962. The Ancient Mariner. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts. 
Hamilton, John McLure. 

1963. Sketch. 
Gladstone. 
Pennell. 
Sir A. Serke. 
Mother. 



1964. 
1965. 
1966. 
1967. 



Hanailton, Mary Biter. 

1968. Old Woman: Study. 

1969. The Poor, 

Hamilton, Wilbur Dean. 

1970. Portrait, 

1971. Portrait of Justice McKenna, 

1972. Spring. 
Hammond, Arthur J. 

1973. The Old Artist. 

Hansen, Armin C. 

1974. At the Breakfast Table. 

1975. The Belated Boat. 

Harding, Chester. 

1976. John Randolph of Roanoke. 

Lent by the Corcoran Gallery 
of Art. 
Harding, George. 

1977. Night: Australian Desert. 

1978. The Wreckers. 

1979. The Fisherwoman. 

1980. Colombo Harbor. 

1981. Busy Day at the Docks. 

Harland, Mary. 

1982. ItaHan Fisherman. 

Harper, Marian Dunlap. 

1983. My Dear. 

1984. Miss G. 
Harrison. Alexander. 



1985. 
1986, 
1987, 
1988, 
1985, 
1990. 



The Joy of Life. 
Sun: Sea. 
Wave Glitter, 
Sun Glitter. 
Moon Clouds, 
Nature's Mirror. 



Harrison, Birge. 

1991. White Wings. 

1992. Evening in Philadelphia. 

1993. The Tow on the Lake. 

1994. The Red Saw Mill. 

Hart, James McD. 

1995. On the Croton. 

Lent by Fred Sander, Esq. 

Hartman, C. Bertram. 

1996. Two Natures. 

Haseltine, Charles F. 

1997. Summer Day in New Hampshire. 

1998. Summer Day in the Woods. 

Haseltine, William Stanley. 

1999. Cannes. 



PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 



19 



Hassam, 

2000. 
2001. 
2002. 
2003. 
2205. 
2006. 
2007. 
2208. 
2009. 
1010. 
2011. 
2012. 
2013. 

2014. 
2015. 
1016. 
2017. 
2018. 
2019. 
2020. 
2021. 
2022. 
2023. 
2024. 
2025. 

2026. 
2027. 
2028. 
2029. 
2030. 
2031. 
2032. 
2033. 
2034. 
2035. 
2036. 
2037. 



CMlde. 

Puerta del Sol: Toledo. 

Isles of Shoals: Duck Island. 

Newfields: New Hampshire. 

The Old Home with Elms. 

The Squall: Gloucester. 

Lannion. 

Moonrise at Sunset. 

Brittany Cottage. 

Happy Valley: Harney Desert 

Skull Springs: Oregon. 

Der Groot House: Haarlem. 

Lannion. 

of Lannion 



The Quais 
The Fete 

Evening. 
Brelevenez: 2nd. 
Aphrodite. 

St. Michaels: Lannion. 
La Clarte. 
Brelevenez. 
Street in Haarlem. 
The Blue Sea: Appledore. 
Weir's Farm: the Rain. 
Cathedral Spire: Antwerp. 
The Terre Cuit Tea Set. 
The Strawberry Tea Set. 
The Woman with Black 

and Fire Opals. 
Sunset: New England Coast. 
In the Shadow of the Vme. 
The South Ledges. 
The Yachts: Gloucester Harbor. 
Diana's Bath. 
Portrait of a Young Girl. 
The Ancient Window of Nemours. 
The West Indian Girl. 
New England Peaches and Grapes. 
Couch on the Porch: Cos Cob. 
Reading the Letter. 
California Hills in Spring. 



Provincetown. 



Haweis, Stephen. 

2038. Na Aissama: a Fijian Village. 

2039. Vakamololo Dance: Fiji: 1. 

2040. Vakamololo Dance: Fiji: 2. 
3041. Vakamololo Dance: Fiji: 3. 

2042. Vakamololo Dance: Fiji: 4: Three 

Girls. 

2043. Na Moala: Fiji Islands. 

2044. Fort Dei Marmi: Liguria. 

Hawley, Margaret Foote. 

2045. Portrait of Clarence Williams. 

2046. Portrait of Miss Jean Hooke. 

2047. Sketch of a Jewish Boy. 

2048. Portrait of Miss Barbara Quin. 
Haworth, Edith. 

2049. Gibraltar. 

2050. Midsummer. 

2051. Cypress Tree. 

2054. Village Street: 

2052. African Coast. 

2053. Rainy Evening. 

Hawthorne, Charles Wehster. 

2055. The Market Woman. 

2056. Une Fille d'un Pescheur. 

2057. Mother and Child. 

2058. Granddaughter. 
Hayden, Charles H. 

2059. Landscape. 

Hazelton, Mary Brewster. 

2060. Reverie. 

2061. The Letter. 

Hazen, Wilhelmina. 

2062. Twin Pearls. 

2063. La Senora G. 

2064. Brownie. 

Healy, G. P. A. 

2065. Daniel Webster. 

Lent by John Frederick Lewis. 



Hecht, Victor David. 

2066. Portrait of Mrs. Irving Stern. 

Heil, Charles Emile. 

2067. Bluejay. 

2068. Field Sparrow. 

2069. Young Bluejay. 

2071. Young Catbird: Phoebe. 

2072. Black-cap Chickadee. 

2074. Golden-crowned Kinglet No. 1. 

2075. Golden-crowned Kinglet No. 2. 
Hellwag, Rudolph. 

2076. The Pool of London. 



Grey Helsby, Alfredo. 

2077. Chilean Farmhouses in Spring. 

2078. A Coming Storm in the Andes. 
Henderson, A. Elizabeth. 

2079. Lessons. 

2080. The Daily Chapter. 

2081. The Violin. 



Furs 



Henri, ! 


Robert. 






2082. 


Blue Kimono. 






2083. 


Herself. 






2084. 


Lady in Black 


Velvet. 


2085. 


Yen Tsidi (Ground 


Sparrow). 


2086. 


Chinese Lady. 






2087. 


Odalisque, 






2088. 


Himself. 







Henry, Edward Lamson. 

2089. The Presidential Election of 1844, 

Herkomer, Herman G. 

2090. Mrs. Hamilton Griffin. 

2091. Sir Hubert von Herkomer, R. A. 

2092. Portrait: William Harvey, Esq. 

Herr, Margaret. 

2093. Malvina. 

2094. Portrait of Miss Dougal. 

Heu'ermann, Magda. 

2095. My Father. 

2096. Franz von Lenbach. 

2097. Miss Virginia. 
Hicks, Thomas. 

2098. A Friendly Warning. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, Bsq. 

Higgins, Eugene. 

2099. The Strange Land. 

Hildebrandt, Cornelia Ellis. 

2100. Baby's Head. 

Hills, Laura Coombs. 

2101. Psyche. 

2102. Miss Margaret Curzon Hale. 

2103. The Nymph. 

2104. Portrait. 

2105. The Morning Cup. 

2106. Little Agnes. 

2107. Girl with Violets. 

Hinkle, Clarence K. 

2108. Portrait. 

Hitchcock, George. 

2109. Vanquished. 

2110. En Brabant. 

Hittle, Margaret A. 

2111. Flower Beds at Reissigo. 

Hobart, Clark. 

2112. The Blue Bay: Monterey. 

Hoeber, Arthur. 

2113. Spray. 

2114. The Meadow Brook. 

Hoffman, Harry Leslie. 

2115. Saturday Morning: Savannah 

Market. 

2116. A Mood of Spring. 

Hogarth, William. 

2117. Viscountess Irwin. 

Lent by the Hackley Gallery: 



20 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Hollister, Antoinette B. 

2118. Bavarian Peasant Mother and 

Child. 

Holmboe, Thorolf. 

2119. Eider Ducks. 



Homer, 


Winslow. 


2120. 


The Wreck. 




Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 


2121. 


Unruly Calf. 




Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 


2122. 


The Coming Storm. 




Lent by the Lotos Club: New 




York City. 


2123. 


An Adirondack Lake. 




Lent by C. H. Henry, Esq. 


2124. 


Afternoon Fog. 




Lent by John Calvin Stevens, 




Esq. 


2125. 


Gathering Autumn Leaves. 


2126. 


The Home Signal. 


2127. 


The Water Melon Bug. 


2128. 


Sunlight and Shadow. 


2129. 


The Yellow Jacket. 


2130. 


Fisherfolks: Tynemouth. 


2131. 


A Country Lad. 


2132. 


The Butterfly. 


2133. 


Summer Afternoon. 


Hooper, 


Eosa. 


2134. 


Doesn't Your Mamma Wash Your 




Face? 


2135. 


A Frenchman. 


2136. 


Grandfather. 



Hopkins, J. 

2137. Beside the Lake. 

Hopkins, James E. 

2138. Mandarin Blue. 

2139. Frivolity. 

2140. Memories. 

Hopkinson, Charles. 

2141. Effect of Light. 

2142. Effect of Light. 

2143. Effect of Light. 

2144. Effect of Light. 

2145. Portrait. 

2146. Knitting. 

2147. Salem Bay: Massacvhusetts. 

Hoppner, John. 

2148. The Marchioness of Wellesley and 

Children. 

Houlehan, Kathleen. 

2149. Portrait. 

Hevenden, Thomas. 

2150 



by Edward H. Coates, 



Peonies. 

Lent 

Esq. 

2151. Breaking Home Ties. 

Lent by Charles Custos Har- 
rison, Jr. 
Howard, Clara E, 

2152. Cadet. 

Howe, William Henry. 

2153. Low Lands: Holland. 
Howland, Alfred C. 

2154. At Cernay la Ville. 

2155. At Manchester: Vermont. 

2156. Saturday Afternoon. 

Howland, Allen S. 

2157. Portrait of Miss A. 

2158. Portrait Study. 

Hubbard, Mary Wilson. 

2159. A Portrait Sketch. 

Hubbell, Henry Salem. 

2100. The Crimson Charger. 

Hubner, Ulrlch. 

2161. Clear Weather. 



Hudspeth, E. N. 

2162. Miss Dorithy Dodge. 

2163. Rev. Canon Tremayne. 
Hunt, William Morris. 

2164. The Flight of Night. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts. 

2165. Woman's Portrait. 

Lent by Mrs. Inez Gilmore. 

2166. Landscape: Newtonville: Mass. 
Hunter, Sara Katherine. 

2167. Study of a Plead. 
Huntington, Daniel. 

2168. Sketcher. 

Lent by the Brooklyn Museum, 
Huntington, Margaret Wendell. 

2169. Still Liie. 
Hurley, Edward Timothy. 

2170. Murmuring. 

2171. The New Year. 

Hurley, Irene Bishop. 

21 iZ. Portrait of Mrs. H. 

Hurry, Lucy W. 

2173. The Concert in the Garden. 

2174. Waiting for the Stagecoach, 

2175. The Peacock. 

Hutchison, F. W. 

2176. A Northern River. 

Hyde, William Henry. 

2177. Vera. 

Hyett, Will J. 

2178. Cross Roads: Ravenrock. 

Ingersoll, Emma K. H. 

Z179. Portrait Sl^etch. 

2180. Baby Dan. 

2181. Mary Meigs. 

Inman, Henry. 

2182. Portrait of Henry Pratt. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts. 

2183. Mumble-the-Peg. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts. 

2184. Picnic on the Catskills. 

Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 
Inness, George. 

2185. The Clouded Sun. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 

2186. In the Berkshire Hills. 

Lent by the Rhode Island 
School of Design. 

2187. The Coming Storm. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 
Academy. 
Irvine, Wilson. 

2188. Laughing June. 

2189. The Bathing Beach. 

2190. The Chasm. 

Isham, Samuel. 

2191. In the Park. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 
Academy. 
Isreals, Joseph. 

2192. Poor Man's Harvest. 

Italian School. 

2193. No Title. 

2194. No Title, 

Jackson, Annie Hurlburt. 

2195. Mrs. Pickering Almy. 

2196. Lapis LazuU. 

2197. Helen Kreek. 

2198. Baby's Head. 

2199. Child's Head. 

2200. Little Newsie. 

2201. The Blue Mantle. 



PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 



21 



Jakobi, 


Euth. 


2202. 


On the Sand. 


2203. 


Tlie Beach. 


2204. 


Brooklyn Bridge. 


2205. 


Atlantic City. 


2206. 


City Square. 


2267. 


Silent Street. 


2208. 


Reaping. 


2209. 


Towards Evening. 


2210. 


Water Front. 


Jamar, 


S. Corinne. 


2211. 


Bob. 


James, 


William. 


2212. 


Portrait Study. 


Jaussor 


L, Alfred. 


2213. 


Illinois Landscape. 


Jarvis, 


John Wesley. 



2214. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

Lent by Clarence Winthrop 
Bowen, Esq. 

Jay, Cecil. 

■ ■ Dansante. 



2215. 
2216. 
2217. 
2218. 
2219. 
2220. 
Jewett, 
2221. 



Jahansen, 

2222A. 
2222B. 
2222C. 
2222D. 
2222E. 
Johnson, 
2223. 

Johnson, 

2224. 



2224A. 



Bacchante 

Maternity. 

Maternity. 

Maternity. 

The Love Letter. 

La Jupe Dechire, 

William. 
Portrait: Samuel L. Waldo. 

Lent by the National Academy 
of Design. 
John Christen. 
Venetian Arcade. 
The Rider. 

Portrait of Miss F. B. 
"Village Rider. 
Approaching Storm. 

David. 

Portrait: William S. Mount, 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Eastman. 
A Drummer Boy. 

Lent by the Union League 
Club.: New York City. 
Henry Codman Potter: Bishop of 
New York. 
Edwin Booth. 



2224B. 
Johnson, Harry L. 

2225. Moon Before Sundown. 

2226. The Inquiry. 

2227. The Garden. 

2228. Wind in the Clouds. 

2229. Mother and Child. 

2230. Mother and Child. 

2230. Earlv Spring: Rose Valley. 

2231. Charybdis. 
Jones, Francis C. 

2232. The Divan. 

Jones, Hugh Bolton. 
. 2233. Through the Trees. 

Jones, Leon Foster. 

2234. Long Island Village. 

2235. A Misty Day in Winter. 

Jouett, Matthew Harris. 

2236. Artist's Wife. 

Lent by R. H. Menefee, Esq. 

2237. Portrait of Boy and Dog. 

Juergeng, Alfred. 

2238. In May. 

2239. Garden Flowers. 

Jung, C. Jac. 

2240. Winter Afternoon. 

Kaelin, Charles S. 

2241. Bits of Snow. 

2242. Boats in Harbor. 

2243. Old Mil. 



Richard. 
From an Old Park. 



Kaiser, 

2244, 

Kaula, Lee Lufkin. 

2245. On the Old Settle. 

Kaula, William J, 

2246. Clouds from the West. 



Keith, 

2247. 

2248. 
2249. 
2250. 
2251. 
2252. 

2253. 

2254. 

2255. 

2256. 

2257. 

2258. 

2259. 

2260. 

2261. 

2262. 

2263. 

2264. 

2265. 

2266. 

2267. 
2268. 
2269. 
2270. 
2271. 
2272. 
2273. 
2274. 
2275. 



Keller, Arthur I. 

2276. The Bach Double Concerto. 

2277. The Young Critic. 

Keller, Edgar. 

2278. Under the Bridge: Harlem River. 

Kelly, Hannah R. 

2279. When Roses Bloom. 

Kendall, Margaret. 

2280. Miss Helen Huntington. 

2281. Springtime. 

2282. In the Brook. 

2283. Bruno and His Mistress. 

2284. Thre« Little Sisters. 



William. 

Revelation. 

Lent by Mrs. E. N. Harmon. 

Quiet Pool. 

Lent by Mrs. E. N. Harmon. 

Shepherdess. 

Lent by Mrs. E. N. Harmon. 

Sunset. 

Lent by Mrs. E. N. Harmon. 

Landscape. 

Lent by Mrs. Reginald Smith. 

Grey Morning. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary C. Richard- 
son. 

Landscape. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary C. Richard- 
son. 

Sketch. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary C. Richard- 
son. 
, Water Color. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary C. Richard- 
son. 

The Impression. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary McHenry 
Keith. 

Spirit of Music. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary McHenry 
Keith. 

Midsummer Night's Dream. 

Lent by Mrs. Mary McHenry 
Keith. 

Landscape. 

Lent by the Joseph Worcester 
Estate. ■ ' 

No. Title. _ 

Lent by the Joseph Worcester 
Estate. 



Landscape. No. 
Lent by Mrs 



1. 
Henrietta Zeile. 



Landscape. No. 2. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. 
Landscape. No. 3. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. 
Landscape. No. 4. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. 
Landscape. No. 5. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Zeue. 
Landscape. No. 6. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Zeile. 
Cloudy Day. 
Rainy Day. 

The Symphony of Peace. 
Portals of the Woods. 
Silent Hour. 
Storm. 

Into the Storm. 
Landscape. 
Water Color. 



22 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Kendall, Sergeant. 

2285. Alison. 

2286. Venetian Brocade, 

2287. Devotion, 

2288. Reflection, 

2289. Phantasmata, 

Kensett, John Frederick. 

2290. Rapids: Niagara Falls. 

Lent by Robert M, Olyphant, Esq, 

2291. In the Adirondacks, 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, Esq. 

2292. Mallett's Bay: Lake Champlain, 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, Esq, 

2293. Autumn Afternoon, 

Lent by the National Academy of 
Design. 
Kent, Rockwell. 

2294. A Mother and Her Sons, 

Kindlund, Anna Belle Wing. 

2295. Madeleine Dabo. 

2296. Love, 

2297. Lady in Black. 

King, Charles B. 

2298. John 0. Calhoun: When Secretary 
of War, 

Lent by Corcoran Gallery of Art. 

King, Edith Laurence. 

2299. Nude. 

2300. On the Beach: Capri. 

King, Paul. 

2301. Winter. 

2302. Snug Harbor. 

Kips, Erich. 

2303. Steamer in Dock: Hamburg, 

Kirkpatrick, William A. 

2304. Pleasing Reflections. 
Klein, Tillie V. Ryan. 

2305. Portrait of Sir Wilfred Laurier. 

2306. Portrait of William Keith. 

2307. Portrait of Mrs. Thomas E. Flynn. 

JCneller, Sir Godfrey. 

2308. Portrait. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq, 

Knirr, Heinrich. 

2309. Self Portrait. 

Knox, James. 

2310. White Swan. 

Kohn, Irma. 

2311. The Lighthouse on the Pier: St. 
Ives. 

2312. Street in Stratford-on-Avon, 
Kopman, Benjamin D. 

2313. Portrait of a Young Man. 

2314. Plucking a Goose. 
Kretzinger, Clara Josephine. 

2315. A Thoughtful Moment. 
Krimmell, John Lewis. 

2316. Fourth of July in Centre Square. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of the Fine Arts, 

KroU, Leon. 

2317. River Industries, 

2318. Weehawken Terminal. 

2319. Lower Manhattan. 

2320. Rockport Quarries. 

Kronberg, Louis. 

2321. Ballet Girl in Green. 

2322. Preparing for the Dance 

2323. The Exercise. 

2324. The Visitor. 

Kyle, Joseph. 

2325. Portrait Group, 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 



La Farge, John. 

2326. Woman Centaur. 

Lent by the Brooklyn Museum. 

2327. Portrait of Richard Hunt. 

2328. The Hillside Farm. 

2329. Our Boatman. 

2330. The Willow. 

2331. The Ravine. 

Lamb, F. M. 

2332. Our New England, 

2333. Threatening. 

Lampert, Gertrude A. 

2334. Black and Green. 

Lang, Annie Traquair. 

2335. Prom My Window: Venice. 

2336. The Gray Kimona. 

2337. The Hotels: Venice. 

2338. Japanese Print. 

Langhorne, Katherine. 

2339. Rhode Island Pool. 

2340. A Day Last Summer. 

Langtry, Mary. 

2341. A September Night: Ipswich. 

2342. Personally Conducted. 

La Touche, Gaston. 

2343. The Masquerade Ball: Grand Opera 
House : Paris, 

Lathrop, William Langson. 

2344. Coming Storm. 

Lent by Mrs. Genge Ellery 

Woods. 
The Canal. 

Lent by George Coffing Warner, 
Golden Afternoon. 
A Grey Day. 
Landscape. 
Summer Afternoon. 



2345. 

2346. 
2347. 
2348. 
2349. 



Lavery, John. 

2350. Portrait. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Piatt, Esq. 

Lawrence, Sir Thomas. 

2351. Portrait of a Young Man. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

2352. Lady Margaret: Second Daughter of 

the Earl of Kinnoul. 

Lawson, Ernest. 

2353. Hills at Innwood. 

2354. Beginning of Winter. 

2355. Hudson River and Palisades. 

Le Brun, Charles. 

2356. The Family of Darius at the Feet 
of Alexander. 

Lent by Art Institute of Chicago. 
Leigh, William Robinson. 
2-db7. The Stampede. 

Lely, Sir Peter. 

•Z3o8. Portrait of a Lady. 

Lent by F. Tillmann, Esq. 
Lenbach, Franz von. 

2359. Self Portrait. 

Lent by the San Francisco In- 
stitute of Art. 

2360. Portrait of Mommsen. 

Lent by Mrs. Henrietta Ziele. 
Lepine, Stanislas. 

2361. St. Cloud on the Seine. 

Lent by Martin A. Ryerson, 

2362. River Scene. 

Lent by Charles F. Adams, 
Leutze, Emanuel. 

2363. Portrait of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 

Lent by Henry Fairfield Osborn, 
Esq. 

2364. Columbus Discovering America. 



PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 



23 



Lever, Hayley. 



2365. 
2366. 
2367. 
2368. 
2369. 



Saint Ives Harbor. 
Winter: Harlem River. 
Smeaton's Quay: St. Ives. 
St. Ives Fishing Boats. 
Washington Bridge. 



Levy, William Auerbach. 

2370. Central Park Impression, 

2371. Song of Summer. 

2372. Rainy Night. 

2373. Normandy Fishermen. 

Levy, Beatrice S. 

2374. The Draftsman. 

Lewis,Edmund D. 

2375. Upper Delaware River. 

^^376.^ Po'i-tTkit of C. R. Baxter, Esq. 

2377. The Fichu. 

2378. An American. 

2379. Editha. 

2380. Miss Whitelaw. 

2381. Miss Lakeman. 
2382 Portrait of an Actor. 

2383. Miss Madge Kennedy. 

2384. Miss H. Draper. 

2385. Katherine. 

Lichtenauer, J. Mortimer. 

2386. Study for Shubert Theatre. 

2387. Study for Harris Theatre. 

Lie, Jonas. 

2388. Palms m Wmd. 

2389. Gates at Pedro Miguel. 

Liljestrom, Gustav P. ^ ^ ^ 

2390. Vishnu Temple: Grand Canyon. 

Linde, Ossip L. . ^, . 

2391. A Gateway m Venice. 

2392. Venice. 

2393. Steps: Venice. 

2394. Chioggia: Venice. 

Lindin, Carl Eric. 

2395. Evening. 

Linford, Charles. 

2396. Landscape: Pennsylvania. 

Lippincott, William Henry. 

2397. Love Finds the Way. 

Little, John Wesley. 

2398. In Devonshire. 

Little, Philip. 

2400. An Upland Meadow. 

2401. The Upper Ipwich. 

2402. The Making of New Lands. 

Lockman, De Witt M. 

2403. Portrait of Miss D. 

Loeb, Louis. 

2404. The Bud. „ .. „ ^ 

Lent by William Scott Bond, 
Esq, 

2405. The Peacock. 

Lent by Emanuel Loeb, Esq, 

L6kke, Marie. ^^.,^ 

2406. Portrait of a Child. 

Londoner, Amy. 

2407. Park Bench. 

2408. The Fairy Tale. 

2409. Woman in Black. 

2410. Trees and Mountains. 

2411. The Bathers. 

2412. Boardwalk: Atlantic City. 

2413. Cripple Creek. 

2414. A Strange House. 

Longacre, Lydla Eastwlck. 

2415. Portrait of Mr. Gino C. Speranza. 

2416. Miss Helene Pupke. 



Lopez-Masquita, Jos6 M. 

2417. Matador. 

2418. A Spanish Gipsy. 
Lowdon, Elsie Motz. 

2419. Portrait of D. B, C, 

Loy. Mina. ., 

2420. Lillah, Gaby and Amaranthe. 

2421. The Etruscan Loggia. 
Lucas, Jean Williams. 

2422. Man with Ruff. 

2423 Mrs. Frederick M. Thomas. 

2424. Paddie Cat and Mistress. 

2425. Mrs. Alfred Williams Lucas. 

2426. Miss Agnes Rogers. 

Ludovici, Alice E. ^ „„,•„, 

2427. Portrait of Miss Ludovici. 

Luini, Bernardo. 

2428. The Angel. _ „ ^, . . 

Lent by Dan Fellows Piatt, 

Esq. 
Luke, Kathryn Logan. ^ ,, -, , 

2429. The Little French Model. 

2430. Portrait of Mrs. Phillip Campbell. 

Luks, George. 

2431. New York Boy. 

2432. Children's Page. 

2433. Man in Brown. 

2434. The Mother. 
Lundborg, Plorence. 

2435. Etna in the Afterglow. 

2436. Old Fountain: Taormina. 

2437. Stone Pines. 

^ISa^'In^uTkl^yss: Grand Canyon. 

^^2''4?9. ^Portrait of Henrietta E. Countiss. 

2440. Marion Stanton. 
Mc Arthur, Stanley. 

2441. The Spanish Legend. 

McCarter, Henry. 

2442. Lust for Gold. 

2443. Yearly Tribute to the King of 

2444. Return' from the Foray: Early 

Ireland. 
McColl, Mary A. 

2445. Reflections. 
McComas, Prancis. 

2446. The Broken Oak. 

2447. Oaks of the Monte. 

2448. Wolpi: Arizona. 

2449. Pines at Monterey. 

2450. Lichomovi: Arizona. 

2451. The Red Wagon. , 
2452 The Navajo Gateway: Arizona. 

2453. A Los Olivos Oak Tree. 

2454. A City of the Dead. 

2455. Mariano. 
McCormick, Howard. 

2458. Hopi Ceremonial. 
McCormick, M. Evelyn. 

2459. Old Custom House: Monterey, 

MacChesney, Clara T. 

2460. A Good Story. 

Lent by the National Gallery. 

2461. Still Life. 
MacDougall, John A. 

2462. Dick. 
MacEwen, Walter. 

2463. Vanity. 

2464. Waiting. 

2465. In the Studio. 

2466. Yes or No. 

2467. At the Burgomasters. 

2468. An Interlude. 

2469. The Betrothed. 

2470. Oldebroeck. 



24 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Building from West 



McFee.Henry Lee. 

2471. Still Life. 

MacGilvary, Norwood. 

2472. June in the Forest. 

2473. Autumn Idyl. 

2474. Nocturne. 

2475. The Voices of Dreams. 

Mclntire, Katharine. 

2476. Portrait of a Man. 
McKillop, William. 

2477. Portrait of Robert W. Chanler 

2478. The Letter. 

McLane, M. Jean. 

2479. Brother and Sister: Portraits. 

Lent by Arthur H. Mac Kie, 

2480. Group: Mother and Children. 

2481. Portrait of Mrs. R. G. Arnold. 

McMillen, Mildred. 

2482. Low Tide: Etaples. 

Maccari, Cesare. 

2483. Music Hath Charms. 

2484. Fond Memory. 

Macky, Constance. 

2485. Portrait of Mrs. Frederick Roth. 

2486. Roses. 

Macky, E. Spencer. 

2487. Portrait. 

2488. Mother and Child. 

2489. Alice. 

Macrum, George H. 

2490. Woolworth 
• Street. 

2491. The Towering City. 
Macsoud, Nicholas S. 

2492. Portrait of Julius A. Gross, Esq. 

2493. Portrait of Miss Theresa Borman 

2494. Portrait of My Mother. 

2495. Portrait of a Boy. 
Mager, Gas. 

2496. Flower Bouquet. 

2497. The Laborer. 

2498. Tulips and Irises. 
Magonigle, Edith M. 

2499. The Queen of Hearts. 

2500. The Secret Garden. 

2501. Linet de Maris. 

2502. Vice and Virtue. 

2503. Louis Ayres, Esq. 

2504. Gwendolyn Munroe. 
Major, Ernest L. 

2505. Blonds in Blue. 
Makowsky, Alexander. 

2506. Profile. 

Malbone, Edward Greene. 

2507. Portrait of Joseph Marx 

Lent by the Pennsylvania 
Academy of Fine Arts, 
Manigault, E. Middleton. 

2508. Pastoral. 

Mannheim, Jean. 

2509. On Tuesday. 

2510. Frolicking Times. 
Marchant, Edward D. 

2511. Colonel E. D. Baker. 

Lent by Dr. Gilbert L. Parker. 
Maris, Matthew. 

2512. Water Color. 

Mark, Louis. 

2513. Preparing for a Walk. 

2514. Before the Mirror. 

2515. Lady with Parosol. 
2ffl6. Breakfast Table. 



Marsh, Alice Randall. 

2517. Michel and Maud Bouvier. 

2518. Portrait Sketch of a Russian Girl. 
Marshall, W. E. 

2519. Portrait of A. B. Durand. 

Lent by the National Academy 
of Design. 

Martin, Homer D. 

2520. Saranac Lake. 

Lent by the Union League 
Club, New York City. 

2521. Newport Neck. 

Lent by the Lotos Club. 

Martinez y Orozco, Xavier T. 

2522. Land of Silence. 

2523. The Storm. 

Mason, John. 

2524. On the Road to Killingworth. 

2525. Old Cider Mill. 

Mason, Maud M. 

2526. Still Life. 



5, Arthur F, 
The Carnation. 
Cypress Grove. 
Masque of Pandora. 

The Butterfly. 
Oaks. 

Monterey Bay. 
The Web. 
The Swan. 
Monterey Hills. 
Portrait. 
Cypress. 
Marine. 
Ghost Story. 
Eve. 



Mathews 

2527. 

2528. 

2529. 

2529A 

2530. 

2531. 

2532. 

2533. 

2534. 

2535. 

2536. 

2537. 

2538. 

2530. 

Mathews, Lucia K. 

2540. Little Girl. 

2541. Monterey Pine. 
Maurer, A. 

2542. Bal Bullier. 

2543. Jeanne. 
Maury, Cornelia F. 

2544. One Shoe Off. 

2545. The Three Bears Story. 
May, Edward Harrison. 

2546. The Dying Brigand. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania 
Academy of Fine Arts. 
Mayer, Louis. 

2547. Portrait of Mrs. M. 

2548. Lady with Black Veil. 

Maynard, Richard F. 

2549. In and Out of an Oval Mirror. 

2550. Reading. 
Mayr, 0. 

2551. Reading the News. 

Lent by the National Academy 
of Design. 
Mazzanovich, Lawrence. 

2552. Grey Glow. 

Meakin, Lewis Henry. 

2553. Kicking Horse River. 

2554. Rockport. 

2555. Rocky Mountain Valley. 

2556. Stormy Day. 

Mears, Helen Farnsworth. 

2557. Portrait of My Mother. 

Meissonier, Jean Louis Ernest. 

2558. St. John the Divine. 

Melcher, Bertha Corbett. 

2559. My Daughter Charlotte. 

2560. A Mountain Lassie. 



PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 



25 



Melchers, 

2561. 



2562. 



2563. 

2564. 

2.^65. 
2566. 
2567. 
2568. 
2569. 
2570. 
2571. 
2572. 
2573. 
2574. 
2575. 
2576. 
2577. 
2578. 
2579. 
2580. 
2581. 



, Gari. 

Skaters. _ 

Lent by The Pennsylvania 

Academy of the Fine Arts, 
Morning Room. 

Lent by Dr. George Woodward. 
Mother and Child. _ 

Lent by James Deermg, Esq. 
Sailor and His Sweetheart. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, Esq. 
The Smithy. 
Portrait Group. 
The Open Door. 
Girl Sewing. 
Lily Pond. 

Madonna of the Fields. 
Young Woman at Toilet. 
Roomful of Color. 
House with Green Gable. 
The Fencing Master, 
Supper at Emmaus. 
Virginia. 
House on Canal. 
Breakfast Table. 
Maternity. 
Writing. 
The White Church. 



Mendenhall, Emma. n^^r,wnii 

2582 Street in St. Ives: Cornwall. 

2583. An English Village, 

2584. Mulberry Street Hill. 

2585. Luxembourg Gardens. 

Menzler, Bertha S. ,, ^^ ^ 

2586. Twilight on the Dunes. 

Meryman, Richard S. 

2587. Portrait. 

Messer, Edmund Clarence, 

2588. Blue Ridge. 

Metcalf, Willard L. 



2r.Rn. 

2590. 

2.^.91. 
2592. 
259.3. 
2594. 
2595. 



Salmon River: Norway. 
Early Spring Afternoon 

Park. 
Winter's Festival. 
Blossom Time. 
Trembling Leaves. 
October Afternoon. 
Cherry Blossoms. 



Central 



Meyn, George Ludwig. 

2597. Frau v. Cotta. 

Michel, G. 

2598. View from Montmartre, 

Lent by I. N, Pleishner, Esq. 

Mielziner, Leo. 

2599 Mrs. Herbert Baer. 

2fiOO. Mr. Philip Conway Sawyer, 

2001. Character Head. 

2502. Mr. Gustave Pollak, 

Miller, Addison J. 

2503. Storm Warning. 

Miller, Kenneth Hayes. 

2004. The Cloud. 

2005. The Swan. 

Miller, Richard E. 

2006. The Visit. 
2607. Nude. 

Miiifi*;. Jean Francois. 
2606. M«rcure Enlivant les Boeufs d' Argus. 
Lent by A. C. Balch, Esq. 

Mills, J. Harrison. 

2609, Portrait of Charles W. Oouldock, the 
Actor. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 
Academy. 



Milne, David, 

2010. Broken Color. 

2611. Dots and Dashes. 

2612. Bronx Snow. 

2613. Tricolor. 

2614. Black and White No. 1. 

2615. Black and White No, 2. 

2616. Interior New York Pubhc Library. 

Mitchell, Arthur. , ^ T^ 

2617. Close of a November Day. 

Mitchell, Eleanor B. 

2618. Cleaning the Fish. 

2619. Portrait. 
2020. Portrait. 

2621. Study of Lamplight. 

Moeller, Selma M. D. 

2627. Portrait. 

2628. Annette. 

2629. Miss Stein, 

Molarsky, Morris. 

2630. Reflections. 

Monet, Claude. 

2631. Bateux Echoues, Fecamp, 

2632. Meule Coucher de Soleil. 

2633. La Seine & Portvillers. 
26.34. Vetheuil, 

2635. Les Nympheas, Paysage d Eau, 

2636. Le Havre: Terrasse au Bord de la 

Mer. ^ . . 

2637. La Promenade dans les Prairies a 

Argenteuil. 

Monges, Henry B. 

2638. Sunset. 
Monticeili, Adolphe. 

2639. Nymphs Bathing. „, ^ _ 

Lent by O. E. S. Wood, Esq. 

2640. Fete Champetre. 

Lent by A. C. Balch, Esq. 

2641. The White Horse, 

Lent by H, 0, Wortman, Esq. ^ 

Montizambert, Beatrice. 

2642. Blue, Green, Gold. 

2643. Orange Tulips, 

Mooney, Ed. 

2644. Aphmet Ben Amar, 

Lent by the City of New York. 

Mora, F. Luis. 

2645. Vacation Time. , ^. , r. „ 

2646. Spanish Fair in the Time of Goya. 
2047. Black, Grey and Rose. 

2648. The Fortune Teller. 

Moran, Edward. 

2649. Brush Burning. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 
Academy. 

Moran, Peter. 

2650. Water Bearer: San Juan. 

2051. Pueblo of Zia. 

2052. September Haze, 

Moran, Thomas, 

2653. A California Forest. 

Morse, Samuel F. B. 

2654. Wm. Paulding. 

Lent by the City of New York. 

2655. Portrait of W. C. Bryant. 

Lent by the National Academy oi 
Design. 

2656. Portrait: Mrs. David Olyphant, 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, Esq. 

Moser, James Henry „ * , 

2657 November Sunset: Canaan Mountain. 

2058. Showery Weather: Adirondacks. 

2659. October in Cornwall. 

2660. Pond Hill in October. 

2661. Fog Lifting. ^ . , .„ 
2662 Overlook Mountain: Catskills, 



26 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Mount, William Sidney. 

2663. The Painter's Triumph. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Academy 
of Fine Arts. 

2664. Flowers. 

2665. Portrait of President Van Buren. 
Muller, Peter Paul. 

2666. Thousand Year Old Oaks. 
Muller, Richard. 

2667. Leimer's Goat. 
Mundy, Ethel Farnces. 

2668. Margaret Mundy. i 

2669. Sally Cameron. 

2670. Miss Ruth Wales. 

2671. Mr. F. A. Saunders. 
Murphy, Ada Clifford. 

2672. Sweet Apples. 
Murphy, Caroline Bowles. 

2673. A Cloud. 

2674. In the Azores. 

2675. Hot Springs. 
Murphy, J. Francis. 

2676. Frostbitten Wood and Field. 
Murphy, Hermann Dudley. 

2677. The Sails. 

2678. The Yellow Palace. 

2679. Morro Castle: San Juan. 

2680. The Green Door. 

2681. The Salute. 

2682. Fireworks. 
2693. Wind. 

2684. Venetian Brocade. 

2685. In the Azores. 

2686. Rio San Antonio. 
Murray, Grace H. 

2687. Portrait of Mme. H. L. W. 

2688. Minature Study. 
Myrick, Katharine. 

2689. Study. 
Nahl, Perham W. 

2690. Despair. 
Neagle, John. 

2691. Junius Brutus Booth. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Neilson, Raymond P. R. 

2692. A Glass of Wine. 

2693. The Hand of Glass. 

2694. A String of Beads. 
Nell, Tony. 

2695. Floating Feather. 

2696. Study in Black. 

2697. Paper Ladies. 
Nelson, Bruce. 

2698. Along the Shore. 

2699. The Summer Sea. 

2700. The Golden Shore. 

2701. Sea and Sky. 

Nettleton, Walter. 

2702. When Sleeping Winter Dreams of 

Summer Skies. 
Neuhans, Engen. 

2703. A Corner of Lake Merced. 

2704. Monterey Dunes. 
«Z9^- Plo'w^ing at Ingleside. 

?lnT 5v$^'^*^,^* Berkeley Hills. 

2707. Cliffs at Westport. 

2708. Helvetia Cemetery. 
Newell, Peter. 

2709. My Daughter. 

2710. Portrait of Miss Q. 
NichoUs, Rhoda Holmes. 

2711. 1860. 

Nichols, Hobart. 

2712. The Knob: Maine. 
Nlsbet, Robert H. 

2713. The Emerald Robe. 



Noble, T. S. 

2714. The Polish Exile. 
Nordell, Carl J. 

2715. The Hostess. 

2716. The Chinese Beads. 

2717. The Listeners. 

2718. The Pink Scarf. 
Norman, Mabel. 

2719. Maestro Alessandro. 

2720. Maestro Alessandro: Profile. 

2721. Portrait of Mr. Charles H. Hapgood. 

2722. Portrait of Mrs. Helene Anderson. 
2<23. Portrait of Dr. George Cerio. 

2724. Matilde. 

2725. Portrait of Mrs. Wm. R. Hunter. 
Northcote, James. 

2726. Portrait of Himself. 
Nourse, Elizabeth. 

2727. h'Et6. 
Noyes, George L. 

2728. Spring Morning: Medfield. 

2729. Mount Lafayette. 

2730. Late Autiunn. 
Nunn, Frederic. 

2731. Harbor in Winter. 

2732. Sand and Sea. 

2733. A Seaside Roost. 
Oakley, Thornton. 

2734. Bullock Cart: Rajputana. 

2735. Fakir. 

2736. The Guard of the Maharajah. 

2737. Rajputana. 

2738. Water Buffalo. 

2739. Shinto Pilgrim. 

2740. Fisherman. 

2741. Faggot Gatherer. 

2742. Peasant Woman. 
Oakley, Violet. 

2743. The Tragic Muse. 

Lent by Edward H. Coates, Esq. 

2744. The Divine Comedy of Dante. 

Lent by Robert J. Collier, Esq. 
Ochtman, Leonard. 

2745. The Brook in Spring. 

2746. Winter Morning: Mianus River. 
Olinsky, Ivan G. 

2747. Two Girls. 
Oliver, Jean Nutting. 

2748. Master Aldrich. 

2749. The Shade Hat. 
Olson, Albert Byron. 

2750. Ballet. 

2752. Still Life. 

2753. Decoration: The Three Sisters. 
Olson, Oliver Joseph. 

2754. The Landscape Class. 

O' Lynch de Lynch Town, Charles. 

2755. Zugspitz Group from Kranzber, near 

Mittenwald. 
Otis, Amy. 

2756. Portrait of an Artist. 

2757. A College Girl. 
Otis, Bass. 

2758. Portrait of Mrs. Cornwall. 

Lent by Thomas O. Corner, Esq. 
Packard, Mabel. 

2759. Study of a Head. 

2760. Portrait: Miss P. 
Paddock, Ethel Louise. 

2761. Red Haired Girl. 

2762. Night. 
Paddock, JosepUne. 

2763. The Blue Feather. 

2764. Two Girls. 

2765. Miss M. and a Parrot. 

2766. Youth. 

2767. Black Cap. 



PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 



27 



Parker, 

2780. 

2781. 

2782. 
Parrish, 

2783. 
Parrish, 

2784. 
Parshall, 

2785. 

2786. 



Jack Allan Part- 



Page, Marie Dauforth. 

2768. Tommy. 

2769. Dressing Genevieve. 

2770. Portrait of Anna Colman Ladd. 
Page, William. 

2771. Mother and Child. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 
Pages, Jules. 

2772. On the Quais: Paris. 
Palmer, Pauline. 

2773. The Ledge. 
Pancoast, Morris Hall. 

2774. Afternoon: Tomkinsville. 
Pane, Philip Stuart. 

2775. Me and Pussy. 
Pape, Eric. 

2776. The Mexican Dance. 

2777. Edith Wynne Mathison as Hermione. 

2778. Mrs. John Hayes Hammond. 
Paradise, John W. 

2779. Portrait. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Lawton. 
Paresse. 

Portrait of Mrs. Ray Atherton. 
An English Girl. 
Clara Weaver. 
The Worshipper. 
Stephen. 
Winter Sunset: Cape Cod. 

De Witt. 

The Hermit Creek Canyon. 
Great Abyss. 

Partington, Gertrude. 

2787. Portrait of Mrs. 

ington. 

Partington, J. H. E. 

2788. The Old Bellman. 

Lent by R. L. Partington, Esq. 

Pattee, Elsie Dodge. 
2790. At the Window. 

2790. La Petite Brodeuse. 

2791. The Pink Scarf. 

2792. The Yellow Book. 

Patterson, Margaret. 

2793. Basque Fishing Boats. 

Patterson, Rebecca Burd Peale. 

2794. George, Jr. 

Paxson, Martha K. D. 

2795. Muriel S. 

Paxton, Elizabeth Okie. 

2796. In the Morning. 

Paxton, William McGregor. 

2797. Portrait of James Paxton. 

2798. The Housemaid. 

2799. Glow of Gold and Gleam of Pearl. 

2800. Daylight and Lamplight. 

2801. Breakfast. 

2802. Bellissima. 

2803. Woman and Baby. 

Payne, Edgar. 

2804. Infinitude. 

Peale, Charles Willson. 

2805. Portrait of Colonel Charles Pettit. 

Lent by Arthur G. Hethering- 
ton, Esq. 
Peale, J. S. 

2806. The Pet. 

Lent by the National Academy 
of Design. 
Peale, James. 

2807. Portrait of Reuben Etting. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts. 



280S. 



2809. 



Anna and Margaretta Peale. 

Lent by The Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts. 

Portrait of Francis Gratz Etting. 
Lent by the Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts. 
Peale, Rembrandt. 

2810. George Taylor. 

Lent by the Brooklyr> Museum. 

2811. Henry Taylor. 
Pearce, Charles Sprague. 

2812. The Beheading of John the Bap- 

tist. 
Lent by Art Institute of Chicago. 

Pearson, Joseph T. 

2813. Ducks in a Marsh. 

2814. Fox and Geese. 

Pelouse, G. 

2815. Landscape. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Pennoyer, Sheldon P. 

2816. Trinket Vendor: Frascati. 

2817. Market Scene: Frascati. 

Pepper, Meta A. 

2818. Portrait of Young Man. 

2819. Portrait of Christine Peper. 

Perard, Victor S. 

2820. Brooklyn Bridge. 

Percy, Isabella C. 

2821. Interior oi Mission: San Juan. 

Perrie, Bertha E. 

2822. An English Garden. 

2823. A Brittany Peasant Girl. 

Perrine, Van. 

2824. Children of the Wind. 

Perry, Lilla Cabot. 

2825. My Lamb. 

2826. A Fairy Tale. 

2827. Hildegarde. 

2828. Open Air Concert. 

Peterson, Jane. 

2829. Low Tide. 

2830. Old Morlaix. 

2831. Rapids Above Niagara. 

2832. SunUght and Shadow: Venice. 

2833. Old Venice. 

Peyraud, Frank C. 

2834. October. 

2835. Summer Evening. 

Pfeiffen, Justus. 

2836. Central Park. 

PhDlips, Caroline King. 

2837. Mrs. W. S. Burgess. 

2838. Miss Carol S. Johnson. 

2839. Graham Newell Fitch. 

2840. Miss Elizabeth Johnson. 

2841. Colonel Graham Denby Fitch. 

Piazzetta, G. B. 

2842. Portrait of a GirL 

Lent by Dan Fellows Piatt. 

2843. Portrait of a Boy. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Piatt. 

Piazzoni, Gottardo, F. P. 

2844. The End of the Day. 

2845. Lux Aeterna. 

Pierce, Lucy V. 

2846. Carmel Landscape. 

Pietzsch, Richard. 

2847. Spring in the Bavarian Foothills. 

Pine, Robert E. 

2848. Portrait: General Henry Lee. 

Lent by John Frederick Lewis, 
Esq. 



28 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Pissarro, Camille. 

2849. The Orchard. 

Lent by Martin A. Ryerson, 

2850. Village aux Knvirons de Mantes. 

2851. Le Jardin du Fresbytere a Knoch. 
Pooke, Marion L. 

2852. The Wall Flower. 

2853. Silhouettes. 

2854. Donna Italiana. 
Poor, Henry Varnum. 

2855. The Orchardist and His Family. 

2856. Baby's Toilet. 
Poore, Henry R. 

2857. Twilight on the Moor. 

2858. New England Winter. 
Potthast, Edward Henry 

2859. Kiddies. 

2860. A July Day. 

2861. In the Surf. 

2862. A Holiday. 

2863. The Seaside. 

2864. Splashing. 

2865. Peace and Quiet. 

2866. A Rift in the Clouds. 

2867. The Illecilewaet Glacier. 
Powell, Arthur J. E. 

2868. Bronx Kills. 
Powers, Marion. 

2869. Encore. 

2870. The Bouquet. 

2871. A Tea Party. 
Pratt, Matthew. 

2872. Portrait of Benjamin West. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of Fine Arts. 
Preisler, James. 

2873. Motive of Tale. 
Prendergast, Maurice B. 

2874. The Sea. 

2875. Canal: Venice. 

2876. The Rocks. 

2877. Salute: Venice. 

2878. Under the Trees. 

2879. The Beach. 
Preston, James. 

2880. Mamburg: Bavaria. 
Regenburg: Bavaria. 
Landscape. 
Paris. No. 1. 
Paris. No. 2. 
Paris. No. 3. 
Paris. No. 4. 



2881. 
2882. 
2883. 
2884. 
2885. 
2886. 
2887. 
2888. 
2889. 
2890. 
2891. 



Cafe: Paris. No. 5. 
Paris. No. 6. 



Paris. No. 7. 
Paris. No. 8. 
Paris. No. 9, 
Preston, May Wilson. 

2892. Drawing. No. 1. 

2893. Drawing. No. 2. 

2894. Drawing. No. 3. 

2895. Drawing. No. 4. 

2896. Drawing. No. 5. 

2897. Drawing. No. 6. 

Price, Eugene. 

2898. Autumn. 

2899. Portrait: Mary Angell. 

Purdie, Evelyn. 

2900. Young Girl in Blue. 

2901. An Old Woman. 

2902. Mrs. Oakey. 

2903. Miss Rice. 

2904. Portrait of Nancy. 

Purefoy, Heslope. 

2905. Jeanette. 

2906. Portrait Study. 

2907. Miss Clark. 



Puthuff, Hanson. 

2908. Home of the Ranger. 

2909. Gray Day in Summer. 
Putz, Leo. 

2910. Tlie Shore. 
Puvis de Chavannes, Pierre. 

2911. A Vision of Antiquity: Symbol of 

Form. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 
Quartley, Arthur. 

2912. A Breezy Day off Canonicut. 

Lent by Mrs. Grace Hall 
Jewett. 
Quinlan, Will J. 

2913. Mt. Rainier from Pinnacle Peak. 
Baditz, Lazar. 

2914. Self: Portrait. 
Eaeburn, Sir Henry. 

2915. John Wauchope. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Ramsey, Allan. 

2916. Hon. Mary Lillian Scott. 

Ramsey, Charles F. 

2917. A Garden. 

Rand, Ellen Emmet. 

2918. Professor William James. 

2919. Grenville. 

2920. Madam M. P. T. 

2921. In the Studio. 

2922. Singing. 

Randolph, Lee. 

2923. White Cosmos. 

2924. Avignon: France. 

2925. Winter: Northern France. 

2926. The Grape Vine. 

Raphael, Joseph. 

2927. In Holland. 

2928. Spring Winds. 

2929. Belgian Farm. 

2930. Environs of Brussels. 

2931. Tulip Fields. 

2932. Market Day on the Canal. 

Ravlin, Grace. 

2933. Gate of the Grand Soko: Tangiers. 

2934. To the Cemetery: Venice. 

2935. Grande Marche du Grande Soko: 

Tangiers. 

2936. Soir au Marche: Tangiers. 

Redfield, Edward W. 

2037. Road to the Village. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

2938. Foothills of the Blue Ridge. 

Lent by Frederick H. Gottlieb, 
Esq. 

2939. The Breaking of Winter. 

2940. On the River Banks. 

2941. The Quarry Road. 

2942. A Village in France. 

2943. Cedar Hill. 

2944. The Hills and River. 

2945. Garden by the River. 

2946. In the Clearing. 

2947. Overlooking the Valley. 

2948. The Briar Patch. 

2949. The Green Sleigh. 

2950. In the Woods. 

2951. The Woodland Brook. 

2952. The Road in Summer. 

2953. Rhododendrons. 

2954. In the Garden. 

2955. The Coast of France. 

2956. The English Channel. 

2957. Autumn. 

2958. In the Village. 

2959. On the Delaware River. 

2960. In New York Harbor. 



PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 



29 



2!jGl. Between Daylight and Darkness: 
New York City. 

2962. Equilien: France. 
Redfield, Heloise Guillou. 

2963. Mrs. A. Lesley. 

2964. Mr. Martin Mawer. 

2965. Miss A. 

2966. Lady witli Furs. 

2967. Robert S. Redfield. 

2968. Mme. Alcide Berthier. 

2969. Portrait of a Child. 
Redmond, Granville. 

2970. Solitude. 

2971. Lifting Fog. 
Eehu, Frank K. M. 

2972. Where the Waves Sweep. 
Eeid,, Jean Arnot. 

2973. Portrait of Lloyd Williams, Esq. 

2974. Cecelia. 

2975. Belle of 1861. 
Reid, Robert. 

2976. The Japanese Screen. 

„„,„ _ Lent by Spencer Kellogg, Esq. 

2977. The Gold Fish. 

2978. Autumn. 
Reiflfel, Charles. 

2979. Silverraine Valley. 
Remington, Frederic. 

2980. Apache Fire-Signal 

„... L^'^t by Henry Smith, Esq. 

2981. The Love Call. 

Lent by William A. Paine, Esq. 
Reni, Guido. 

2982. St. Sebastian. 

■L^"^ ^y William Berg, Esq. 

2983. Mary Magdalene. 

Renoir, Pierre Auguste. 

2984. Promenade au Bord de la Mtr 
298'o. Fleurs et Fruits. 

2986. Deux Fernmes Assises. 

2987. Dans le Jardin. 
Reynolds, Sir Joshua. 

2992. Lady Blessington. 

onno ^®"^ ^y ^- E. S. Wood, Esq. 

2993. John Thomas, Bishop of Roches- 

ter. 

Lent by Mrs. Reginald Smith. 
Ribera, Juseppe de, Called Spagnoletto. 

2994. St. Jerome. 

«n«^ ^ ^^^^ ^y Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

2995. St. Jerome's Last Prayer. 

Lent by Dr. Gilbert L. Parker. 
Rich, John Hubbard. 

2996. The Blue Kimona. 
Richards, Lee Greene. 

2997. A Man in a Cloak. 
Richards, William T. 

2998. Old Ocean's Grey and Melancholy 

Wave. 
Lent by Edward H. Coates, Esq. 

2999. Marine. 

Lent by F. Tillmann, Esq. 
Richardson, Mary Curtis. 

3000. The Young Mother. 

3001. The Sleeping Child. 

3002. Portrait of Professor Paget. 

3003. Undine. 
Richmond, Agnes M. 

3004. Mending. 
Rimmer, William. 

3005. Angel in the Garden. 

Lent by Miss Caroline Hunt 
Rimmer. 

3006. At the Window. 

Lent by Miss Caroline Hunt 
Rimmer. 



Ring, Alice Blair. 

oUU7. Miniature No. 1, 

3008. Miniature No. 2. 

3009. Miniature No. 3. 
Ritschel, William. 

3010. The Tide Pool: Carmel. 

3011. Summer Night: Point Lobos. 

3012. Fog and Breakers: Carmel. 

3013. Blue Depths: Carmel. 

3014. In the Shadow |of the Cliffs: 

Monterey. 
Rittenberg, Henry R. 

3015. Still Life. 
Rittman, L. 

3016. Early Morning. 

3017. Breakfast. 
Roberts, Alice Mumford. 

3018. The Laughing Girl. 

3019. Red Peppers. 

3020. Two Vaudeville Stars. 
Robinson, Alexander. 

3021. Market: Tetuan: Morocco. 

3022. Arab Girls. 

3023. Arrival of the Feluccas: Spanish 

Coast. 

3024. Tangier. 

3025. Hadi Ben Hassan of Bagdad. 

3026. Damascus Tale: The Incredulous 

Muleteer. 

3027. The Daughter of the Khalif: De- 

sign in Red and Gold. 

3028. Persian Romance: The Mockers. 

Robinson, Boardman. 

3029. Louvain. 

3030. Disease in the Wake of War: 

Balkans, '12. 

3031. Viva What's His Name: Mexico, 

'12. 

3032. T. R. in Old Madrid. 

Robinson, Theodore. 

3033. Day Dreams. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 

3034. Le Val Arconville: Eure. 

Lent by the Hillyer Art Gal- 
lery, Smith College. 

3035. Port Ben. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of Fine Arts. 

3036. Peeling Apples. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 

3037. In the Sun. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 

3038. Garden at Giverny. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 

3039. On the Canal. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 

3040. Grey Morning. 

Lent by Samuel T. Shaw, Esq. 

3041. The Faggot Gatherer. 

Robinson, Thomas. 

3042. Bull's Head. 

3043. Laurel Blossoms. 

3044. Group of White Birches. 

3045. June Idyl. 

Roecker, Henry Leon. 

3046. Calves Resting. 
Rogers, Franklin W. 

3047. The Siesta. 



Rogers, 


Gretchen W. 


3048. 


Still Life. 


3049. 


Fur Hat. 


3050. 


Girl with a Book. 


3051. 


Young Girl. 


Rogers, 


Mary. 


3052. 


Anna. 


3053. 


The Red Hair. 



30 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Bolshoveu, Julius. 

3054. The Refectory of San Damiano: 

Assisi. 

Lent by the Detroit Museum of 
Art. 

Romney, George. 

3055. Portrait of Mrs. Milles. 

Lent by Henry E. Huntington. 

3056. Portrait of Mr. Milles. 

Lent by Henry E. Huntington. 

3057. Portrait. 

Rook, Edward F. 

3058. Dish of Fruit. 

3059. Laurel. 

3060. Snow, Ice and Foam. 

Rose, Guy. 

3061. The Backwater. 

3062. November Twilight. 

Rosen, Charles. 

3063. Winter Morning: Maine Coast. 

3064. The Delaware: Winter Morning. 

3065. Floating Ice: Early Morning. 

Rosenthal, Albert. 

3066. Dr. T. Cheston Morris. 

Lent by Dr. T. Cheston Morris. 

3067. The Millinery. 

3068. Helene. 

3069. Mrs. Albert Rosenthal. 

3070. Alberta Uhle-Smith. 

Roth, Ernest D. 

3071. A Winter Landscape. 

Rothermel, Peter Frederick. 

3072. Bacchanal. 

Lent by the Art Club of Phil- 
adelphia. 

3073. Martyrdom of St. Agnes. 

Lent by Mrs. William H. Fox. 

3074. Battle of Gettysburg. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

3075. Sleeping Cupid. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Rouland, Orlando. 

3076. Portrait of John Burroughs. 

Rousseau, Theodore. 

3077. Landscape. — 

3078. Crepescule. 

Rungius, Carl. 

3079. Canadian Rockies. 

3080. On Wilcox Pass. 

Ryder, Albert. 

3081. Jonah. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 

3082. Return of the Boats. 

Ryder, Chauncey F. 

3083. The Ox Team. 

Sacks, Joseph. 

3084. In Street Costume. 

Saint Gaudens, Carlota. 

3085. Study in Red. 

3086. Portrait: Mary Shipman. 

St. Memin, F6vret de. 

3087. Drawing. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Sandor, Mathias. 

3088. The Pueblo of Wolpl. 

Sandona, Matteo. 

3089. Studies of Miss H. M. Sullivan. 

3090. Portrait of Mrs. Leo Lentelli. 

Sandzen, Sven Birger. 

3091. The Granite Cathedral. 

Sargeant, Geneve Rlxford. 

3092. Floating Clouds. 



Sargent, 


John Singer. 


3093. 


Hon. John Hay. 




Lent by Clarence Hay, Esq. 


3094. 


Spanish Courtyard. 




Lent by Louis B. McCagg, Esq. 


3095. 


Spanish Gypsy. 




Lent by Louis B. McCagg, Esq. 


3096. 


Madame Gautrin. 


3097. 


Nude. 


3098. 


Henry James. 


3099. 


Rose. 


3100. 


Jo Jefferson. 


3101. 


Reconnoitring. 


3102. 


Goats. 


3103. 


Stable. 


Sartain, 


William. 


3118. 


Jersey Sand Dunes. 


3119. 


Along the Stream. 


3120. 


Along the Loing. 


Sauter, 


G. 


3121. 


Resurrection. 


3122. 


Spring Veil. 


3123. 


The Avenue. 


3124. 


Spring: A Little Violet. 


3125. 


Sphynx. 


3126. 


Great Friend. 


3127. 


Valley. 


3128. 


Clouds. 


3129. 


Weishorn. 


3130. 


Rothorn. 


3131. 


Dent Blanche. 


3132. 


Rimpfischorn. 


Sawyer, 


Edith. 


3133. 


Miss Katherine Ecob. 


3134. 


Mrs. Andrew Sawyer. 


3135. 


Freddy. 


Sawyer, 


Myra L. 


3136. 


In a White Cap. 


3137. 


Portrait of an Old Man. 


Saxton, 


John Gordon. 


3138. 


Midwinter. 


Schanze, 


, Oscar. 


3139. 


Portrait of Woman in Black. 


Schille, 


Alice. 


3140. 


The Other Side of the Circus 




Wagon. 


3141. 


Saturday Morning, 


3142. 


St. Germain-des-Pres. 


3142. 


The Pig Market. 


3144. 


The Passing Years. 


3145. 


The Gardener's Cottage. 


Schmauss, Peter. 


3146. 


Easter. 


Schmidt 


, Karl, 


3147. 


The Great Pacific. 



Schmitt, Albert Felix. 

3148. In Wonderland. 

3149. Peddlers at Gibralter. 

3150. Blue and Gold. 

3151. On the River Bank. 
Schofield, W. Elmer. 

3152. Waterfall. 

3153. The Hilltop. 
Schoonover, Frank E. 

3154. The Trail of the North. 

3155. The Fur Brigade. 
Schook, F. de Forest. 

3156. Sunshine and Shadow. 
Schreyer, Adolph. 

3157. A Moorish Chieftain. 

Lent by Henry Smith, Esq, 
Schultheiss, Karl Max. 

3158. In March. 
Schussele, Christian. 

3159. Dr. Benjamin Franklin Before the 

Privy Council in London, Jan- 
uary 29, 1773. 
Lent by Joseph T. Kinsley, Esq. 



PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 



31 



Schuster, Donna. 

3160. Construction Work Beneath the 

Tower of Jewels. 

3161. Concert in the Court of the Four 

Seasons, 

3162. Construction Work to the South 

of the Tower of Jewels. 
Schwartz, Andrew Thomas. 

3163. In Vermont. 

31.64. Destiny, Hope: and Despair. 

3165. Ice Floe. 

Searle, Alice T. 

3166. Leslie Hall. 

Sears, Sarah Choate. 

3167. Hibiscus: Bermuda. 

3168. Pigeon Berries: Bermuda. 

3169. Morning Glories: Bermuda. 

Sears, Taber. 

3170. The Arab Merchant. 

3171. Harbor of St. George. 

3172. Bridge of the Canonica: Venice. 

3173. York Cathedral. 

Seawell, Harry W. 

3174. Interior. 

Segna di Bonaventura. 

3175 Madonna. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Piatt, Esq. 

Selden, Dixie. 

3176. Bunker's Hill. St. Ives. 

Selden, Henry Bill. 

3177. October Morning. 

3178. Cloudy Morning. 

Seyffert, Leopold. 

3179. Juan. 

3180. Julian. 

3181. Spanish Peasants. 

3182. Tired Out. 
Sharp, Joseph Henry. 

3183. Crucita: Taos Indian Girl. 

Sharpies, John. 

3184. Portrait. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, 

Shaw, Sydney Dale. 

3185. Woodland Fete. 

3186. Southwestern Summer. 

3187. Nature's Screen. 



Esq. 



Shepard 


[, Clare. 


3188. 


The Pale Flower. 


3189. 


Bertha. 


3190. 


Miss Fiske. 


3191. 


Mary. 


3192. 


Kathleen. 


3193. 


The Golden Girl. 


3194. 


Daphne. 


3195. 


Suzanne. 


3196. 


Howard. 


3197. 


Mrs. C. 


3198. 


David. 


3199. 


J. B. 


3200. 


Betrothed of the Raven. 


Shinn, Everett. 


3201. 


Going to the Fire. 


3202. 


Stage. 


3203. 


The Shop Window. 


3204. 


The Yellow Dancer. 


3205. 


The Funny Man, 


3206. 


Waiting. 


3207. 


18th Century. (Red Chalk.) 


3208. 


Red Chalk. No. 1. 


3209. 


Red Chalk. No. 2. 



Shuttleworth, Claire. 

3212. A Small Boy. 

Siboni, Emma B. 

3213. Little Miss Mary Armes. 

Simons, Marcuis. 

3214. The Classic Land. 

Simpson, Edna Huestis. 

3215. Miss Mortimer Anstice. 

3216. Outdoor Sketch, 

3217. The Green Gown. 

3218. The Pool. 

3219. Mrs, Frank Laurence Stiles. 

Singer, W. H. 

3220. In My Garden. 



Shirlaw, Walter. 

3210. Toning of the Bell. 

Lent by Mark S. Willing, Esq. 

Shore, Henrietta M. 

3211. Sisters. 



Alfred. 

Landscape. 

Lent by Martin A. Ryerson, 

Une Avenue de Peupliers, Moret. 

St. Mammes. 
John. 

Gloucester Harbor. 

Renganeschis: Sunday iNght, 

McSorley's Old Ale-House, 

Woman on Roof. 

Return from Toil, 

Girl Undressing, 

At the Top of the Swing, 

George H. 

In the Berkshires. 

Lent by the Lotus Club. 
Charles L. A. 
The Returning Light. 

Howard Everett. 

Portrait of a Venetian Girl, 

The Convalescent. 
Jessie Willcoz. 

Snow White and the Seven 
Dwarfs. 

Jack and the Bean Stalk. 

Cinderella. 

Babes in the Wood. 

Little Red Riding Hood. 
May Mott. 

Portrait of a Woman. 

Miniature. 

Sea Foam. 



Louise Willis. 

3245. Young Violinist. 

3246. Portrait. 

3247. Portrait of Miss Snead. 
Snell, Florence F. 

3248. A Gate of Rothenburg, 

3249. Cottages on the Cliff: Polperro. 

3250. Roadside: St. Jean du Doigt. 

3251. Street in Rothenburg. 
Snell, Henry B. 

3252. Low Tide. 

3253. The Cargo Boat, 

3254. Twilight at Sea. 

3255. The Passing Steamer. 

3256. Still Life. 

3257. The Quay: Paris. 

3258. The Cove. 

3259. The Devon Coast. 

3260. The Lighthouse by Moonlight. 
Sohier, Alice Buggies. 

3261. Giovanna. 

3262. Reminiscence. 
Sotter, George W. 

3263. Valley in Snow. 

3264. Moonlight: Gloucester Harbor. 

3265. Snow-bound Hills: Pittsburg. 

3266. In Gloucester Harbor. 



Sisley, 

3221. 

3222. 
3223. 
Sloan, 

3224. 
3225. 
3226. 
3227. 
3228, 
3229. 
3230. 

Smillie, 

3231. 

Smith, 
3232. 

Smith, 

3233. 

3234. 
Smith, 

3235. 

3236. 

3237. 

3238. 

3239, 
Smith, 

3240. 

3241. 

3242. 
Smith, Rosamond L. 

3243. Cinderella. 

3244. Heirlooms. 



32 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Souder, Mary E. 

3267. Portrait of a Girl. 

3268. Portrait of a Girl. 




3318. 
3319. 
3320. 


Spaeth, Mary Haughton. 

3269. Penelope Roberts. 




3321. 
3322. 
3323 


Spanish School. 

3270. Portrait of a Man. 

Lent by Murtin A. 


Ryerson, 


3324. 
3325. 



Esq. 
Sparks, Arthur W. 

3271. Midsummer Day. 

3272. Mills at Rankin. 

Spear, Arthur P. 

3273. Spring in the City. 

Speicher, Eugene E. 

3274. Portrait of John Nelson Cole, 

3275. In the Catskills. 



Jr. 



Spencer, 


Mary. 


3276. 


Peonies. 


Spencer, 


Robert. 


3277. 


The Grey Mills. 


3278. 


Courtyard at Dusk, 


3279. 


The Closing Hour. 


Sprinchorn, Carl. 


3280. 


Beach at Laguna. 


3281. 


Dancer. 


3282. 


Dancers. 


3283. 


Man with Dagger. 


3284. 


Masquerade. 


3285. 


Woman with Fan. 


3286. 


Young Woman. 


3287. 


Youth. 


3288. 


Drawing. 


3289. 


Drawing. 


3290. 


Sea God. 



Springer, Eva. 

3291. La Vieille. 

3292. Italian Girl. 

3293. Little Simone. 
Stacey, Anna Lee. 

3294. In Furs. 

3295. Moonlight: Granada. 
Stacey, John F. 

3296. Midsummer: Gloucester. 

3297. Morning in August. 
Staigg, Richard Morrell. 

3298. Portrait of Daniel Webster. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of Fine Arts. 
Stanton, Lucy M. 

3299. Mrs. Hunnicutt. 

3300. An Old Woman. 

3301. Mr. Joel Chandler Harris. 

3302. A Scheme in Blue and White. 
Stark, Otto. 

3303. The Gravel Screen. 

3304. Building Operations. 
Steele, Theodore C. 

3305. The Poplars. 

330G. November Afternoon. 

3307. The Hill Country. 
Steele, Zelma. 

3309. Nature's Tapestry. 
Steen, Jan Haircksz. 

3309. The Drunken Woman. 

Lent by August Berg, Eiq. 
Stetson, Charles Walter. 

3310. A Peace of Peace. 

3311. Smugglers. 
.3312. Harmony. 

3.313. In Praise of Dionysos. 

3314. Portrait of Grace Ellery Ohanning- 

Stetson. 

3315. October. 

3316. Bather. 

3317. Summer Joy. 



Moonrise Behind Cypresses. 
The Love Song. 

A Dance at the End of the Day. 
Girls Under a Tree. 
A Stream in Maremma. 
Ijandscape. 

Knights on Horseback. 
Near the Edge of the Ancient Burial 
Ground. 

Stewart, Jules. 
332G. Wood Nymphs. 

3327. Blue Butterfly. 

3328. Venice. 

Stoddard, Alice Kent. 

3329. The Sisters. 
.3.330. The White Waist. 

33.31. Portrait of Gerald Stanley Lee. 

Stokes, Frank Wilbert. 

3332. Aurora Borealis: Sea ice Foreground. 

3333. Antartic Afterglow: Admiralty Sound. 
33.34. Aurora Australis: Antartic Bergs. 
3335. Antartic Glacier: Admiralty Sound. 

3330. Belgica Channel. 

3337. Gate of Hades: Sunset Effect: Green- 

land. 
Storrs, J. 

3338. Portrait. 
3.339. Marble Head. 
3340. Wooden Shoe. 

Story, Julian. 
3.341. Portrait of the Artist. 
3342. Portrait of Mrs. Story. 

Strean, Maria Judson. 



3.342. 
.3.344. 
3345. 
3340. 
3347. 
3348. 
3349. 

Strozzi. 
3350. 

Stuart, 
3351. 

3352. 

3353. 

3354. 

3355. 



Portrait. 

Girl in Gray Coat. 

Boy in Pierrot Costume. 

Mrs. W. B. McKennan. 

Portrait of Miss Alexander. 

Dorothy. 

William. 

Portrait of a Woman. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Piatt. 

Gilbert. 
Portrait of President Monroe. 

Lent by Hon. Seth Low. 
Captain Joseph Anthony. 

Lent by Dr. J. Cheston Morris. 
Portrait of William Williamson. 

Lent by Mrs. Gustav Iladeke. 
Portrait. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Portrait of Major General Henry 

Dearborn. 

Stuck, Franz von. 

3356. Summer Night. 

Sully, Robert Matthew. 

3357. Junius Brutus Booth. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 

Sully. Thomas. 

3358. Portrait of Francis Anne Kemble. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

3359. Study of a Head. 

Lent by the Estate of Samuel 
Bell Waugh. 
H. R. 
Street Scene: Povincetown. 



Sutter, 
3300. 

Suydan 
3301. 



J. A. 

In the Meadows. 



Tadama, F. 

3362. Public Market: Seattle. 

Talcott, Allen B. 

.3.363. April at Chipmunk Point. 

.3304. The Ledges. 

Tanaka, Yasushi. 

3365. The Shadow of the Madronft, 



PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 



33 



Tannahill, Mary H. 



'6sm. 

33G7. 



3369. 



Jane Chapman, 

Brothers. 

Girl with Parrot. 

A Young Mother. 



Tanner, Henry O. 

0070. Christ at the Home of Lazarus. 
Tapley, J. J, Wooding. 

0071. November. 
Tarbell, Edmund C. 

3372. Girl in White. 

Lent by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3373. Girl Reading. 

Lend by the Cincinnati Museum 
Association. 

3374. The Turquoise Ring. 

Lent by the Art Club of Phila- 
delphia. 

3375. The Mirror. 

• Lent by the Queen City Club. 

3376. Interior, 

Lent by Dr. George Woodward. 

3377. Girls Reading. 

Lent by Mrs. Daniel Merriman. 

3378. Portrait: Hon. John W. Hammond. 

Lent by the Hon. John W. Ham- 
mond. 

3379. The Golden Screen. 
33S0. My Family. 

Taylor, Charles J. 
3395. Mills at Swissvale. 
3390. Coming from Work 

3397. Pittsburgh from the Golf Club. 

3398. Monongehela from Soho Hill, 

3399. Rankin Mills. 
.3400. The Blowout: Soho. 
.3401. Sandy Creek. 

3402. Sandy Creek Bridge. 

3403. Springtime in the Suburbs. 

3404. Boothbay Harbor. 
Taylor, Emily Drayton. 

3405. Mrs. Allison. 

340G. Mrs. John Innis Kane. 

3407. Lifes' Bubbles. 

3408. Spring. 

3409. Miss Corine B. Freeman. 

3410. Mrs. Paul Mills. 
Taylor, Frank Walter. 

3411. The Villas: Trouville, 

3412. The Beach: Brighton. 

3413. The Pool: London. 

3414. At the Races: Deauville. 

3415. Fete de Nuit. 

3410. Souvenir de Versailles. 

3417. The Cargo: London. 

3418. Illustration 

3419. Illustration 
Taylor, Minnie C, 

3420. Portrait. 

3421. Robie. 



The Iron Woman. 
The Iron Woman. 



Teniers, David. 

3422. Kitchen Scene. 

Lent by Charles M. Cooke, Esq. 
Ter Hell, Willy. 

3423. Inland Sea, 

Thaulow, Fritz. 

3424. Shenango River near Hamburg. 

Thcdy, Max. 

3425. Dutch Girl. 

Thomas, Seymour. 

3426. Portrait of Dr. W. A, Briggg. 

Thompson, George Albert. 

3427. February Morning. 

Thompson, Leslie P. 

3428. Girl with Mirror. 
.3429. Girl in White. 



Thor, Walter. 

3430. Young Girl. 

Thorndyke, C. 

3431. Eglise de Cargesse Corse, 

Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista. 

3432. St. Dominico and the Saint. 

Lent by Martin A. Ryerson, Esq. 
Tingley, Blanche. 

3433. Josephine Summer. 

TintDretto, Jacopo. 
34.34. Head: Venetian Senator. 

Lent by Oliver Dennet Grover, Esq. 

Tissot, James Jacques Joseph. 

3435. The Reception. 

Titcomb, M. Bradish. 

3436. Summer Girl. 

3437. The Distant City. 

3438. Hillside and Harbor. 

Tompkins, Frank H. 

3439. Self Portrait. 

Troccoli, Giovanni Battista. 

3440. Portrait of Mr. Ferry. 

3441. New England Woman. 

3442. Portrait of Mrs. Brinckerhoff. 

3443. Woman with a Handkerchief. 

Trott, Benjamin. 

3444. Portrait of Solomon Etting. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts. 

Tryon, Dwight W. 

34445. Evening in May. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 

Gallery. 
Moonlight. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, Esq. 
Early Night. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, Esq. 
The Sea: Freshening Breeze, 

Lent by Charles L, Freer, Esq. 
The Sea: East Wind, 

Lent by Charles L, Freer, Esq, 
Evening: September, 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, 
Autumn Morning. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, 
Sunlight: Autumn. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, 
The Farm: Moonlight. 
Moonlight on the Water. 
Afternoon: October, 
Autumn, 
Night: The Sea. 
Sunset before Storm. 



Esq. 
Esq. 
Esq. 



3446. 

3447. 

3448. 

3449. 

3450. 

3451. 

3452. 

3453. 
3454. 
3455. 
3450. 
3457. 
3458. 

Tucker, Allen. 

3459. The Ice Storm. 

3460. Portrait in Blue and Ivory. 

Turner, Helen M. 

3461. Portrait. 

3462. Mother and Child. 

3463. Portrait of Miss Sherwood. 

3464. Mr, Frank Regal, 

Turner, Joseph Mallord William. 

3465. Sunset: Venice. 

Lent by Dr. Gilbert L. Parker. 

Turner, Ross Sterling. 

3466. The Rover. 

3467. Le Soliel Royal. 

Tuttle, Adrianna. 

3468. Mrs. Charles Shearman Coxe. 

3469. William Somerset Maugham. 

3470. Portrait. 

Tuttle, Ruel Crompton. 

3471. The Fountain: Windsor. 



34 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ABTS 



Twachtman, John H. 

3472. Meadow Flowers. 

Lent by the Brooklyn Museum.' 

3473. River in Winter. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 

3474. Windmills. 

Lent by the Hillyer Art Gal- 
lery: Smith College. 

3475. View on the Brette: Bethune: 

Pas-de-Calais. 

Lent by the Hillyer Art Gal- 
lery: Smith College. 

3476. Flowers. 

Lent by Edward H. Coates, 

3477. The Back Road. 

Lent by Childe Hassam, Esq. 

3478. Niagara. 

Lent by W. J. Johnson, Esq. 

3479. October. 

Lent by Charles A. Piatt, Esq. 

3480. Waterfall: Yosemite. 

Lent by Mrs. Gustav Radeke. 

3481. The Azaleas. 

Lent by Henry Smith, Esq. 

3482. Waterfall. 

Lent by Henry Smith, Esq. 

3483. Marine. 

Lent by Henry Fitch Taylor. 

3484. Flowers. 

Lent by J. Alden Weir, Esq. 

3485. Sketch. 

Lent by C. E. S. Wood, Esq. 

3486. Summer. 

3487. Hill at Arc-la-Bataille. 

3488. Greenwich Hills. 

3489. On the Upper Terrace. 

3490. Sailing. 

3491. Frozen Stream. 

3492. Bridge in Spring. 

3493. Harbor View Hotel. 

3494. Phlox. 

3495. Niagara. 

3496. Mother and Child. 

3497. Brush House: Cos Cob. 
Tyler, Carolyn D. 

3498. Master Robert Gibson. 

3499. Jeannette. 
Tyng, Margaret Fuller, 

3500. The Silver Bowl. 
Tyson, Carroll S., Jr. 

3501. Before Moo'nrise. 

3502. Road to the Pier. 

3503. A Midsummer's Day. 
Ufer, Walter. 

3504. A Daughter of San Juan Pueblo. 

3505. Rosa Cota of San Juan Pueblo. 

3506. Taos Indian in Cornfield. 

Umbslaetter, Nelly Littlehale. 

3507. The Woods. 

3508. An Opal Day. 

3509. Takesago. 

3510. The White Birch. 

3511. The Golden Pine. 

3512. Old Thorn Trees. 

Valk, Ella Snowden. 

3513. Dawn. 

3514. Miss Frances Cocke. 

Van Boskerck, Robert W. 

3515. The Valley at Delhi: New York. 

3516. Gill Brook: Adirondacks. 

Van Dyke, Anthony. 

3517. Countess of Southampton. 

Lent by Albert Rosenthal, Esq. 
Van Gogh, Vincent. 

3518. Moulin de la Galette. 

Van Laer, Alexander T. 

3519. November Afternoon. 

3520. The Old Mill. 



Van Marcke, Emile. 

3521. A Normandy Cow. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 
Academy. 

3522. Tavern Scene. 

Lent by William Berg, Esq. 
Van Sloun, Frank J. 

3523. Portrait of an Actor. 
Velasquez, Diego Bodriguez de Silva y. 

(Attributed to) 

3524. Portrait. 

Lent by Frank Duveneck, Esq. 
Vinton, Frederic Porter. 

3525. Hon. Moorfield Storey. 

3526. Portrait: Mrs. Vinton. 
Vita, Timoteo. 

3527. Madonna. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Piatt. 
Vivian, Calthea. 

3528. Moonlight: St. Francis Sutter 

Park. 
Vogt, Louis C. 

3529. Morning: Cairo. 

3530. An Old Street: Cairo. 

3531. A Market Place on the Nile. 

3532. Busy Street: Cairo. 

3533. Late Afternoon: Cairo, 
Volk, Douglas. 

3534. Maid of the Manor. 

3535. Marion of Hewnoaks. 

3536. Mother and Child. 

Volkerling, Hermann. 

3537. Portrait. 

Volkert, E. C. 

3538. Winter Evening: Connecticut. 

Volkermann, Hans von. 

3539. Harvest. 

Vonnoh, Robert W. 

3540. Poppies. 

3541. Charles Francis Adams, Esq. 

3542. Fantasy: Blue and Yellow. 

3543. Portrait: Daniel Chester French. 

3544. Bridge at Grez. 

Wagner, Frank Hugh. 

3545. Mary Alice. 

3546. Portrait of Mr. G. 

Wagner, Fred. 

3547. The Village: Winter. 

3548. Brooklyn Bridge. 

3549. Across the Schuylkill. 

3550. Valley of Snow. 

3551. The Two Bridges. 

3552. The Yellow Bridge. 

3553. Shoveling Snow. 

3554. Winter Evening. 

Wagner, Robert. 

3555. Portrait of Stewart Edward 

White. 

Waite, Emily Burling. 

3556. Tjmentje Pouring Water. 

3557. A Morning in September. 

3558. The Lavender Gown. 

3559. Tjmentje Cleaning Brass. 

Walcott, Harry Mills. 

3560. The Children's Cotillion. 

Walden, Lionel. 

3561. Scene on the Brittany Coast. 

3562. Avant la Peche. 

Walker, Horatio. 

3563. Sheep Shearing. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 
Academy. 

3564. Ploughing in Acadia. 

3565. Man Sawing Wood. 

3566. Boy Feeding Calves. 



PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 



35 



Waltman, Harry Franklin. 

3567. The Blue Fountain. 

3568. Vermont. 

Waring, Leila. 

3569. Mrs. T. Malbone Waring. 
Warner, Everett L. 

3570. Brooklyn Bridge. 

Warren, Harold B. 

3571. Autumn. 

3572. The Matterhorn. 

Washington, Elizabeth F. 

3573. The First Parasol. 

3574. Abdul Baha. 

3575. Nancy. 

Waterbury, Laura Prather. 

3576. General W. R. Shafter. 

3577. Portrait of Miss Nina Clay. 
WatrouB, Harry Willson. 

3578. The Bursting Bubble. 

3579. He Stood in the Moonlight. 
Watteau, Antoine. 

3580. The Competitors. 

Waugh, Frederick J. 

3581. The Southern Gulf Stream. 

3582. The Maine Coast. 

3583. Coming of the Line Storm. 
Waugh, Samuel Bell. 

3584. Portrait of Thorwaldson. 
Weber, Sarah S. Stllwell. 

3585. Water Baby. 

Webster E. Ambrose. 

3586. In the Woods. 

3587. On the Trail. 

Webster, Ethel Felder. 

3588. Edith. 

3589. Susan Kingsley Crawford. 

3590. Grandfather. 

3591. Louise. 
Webster, H. 

3592. Rio Ogni Santi: Venice. 

3593. Ponte alle Grazie: Florence. 

3594. On the Arno: Florence. 

3595. Ponte Santi Trinita. 

3596. Ponte Vecchio: Florence. 
Weill, Edmond. 

3597. October Haze. 
Weir, J. Alden. 

3598. Midsummer. 

3599. White Oak. 

3600. In the Woods. 

3601. Danburv Hills. 

3602. Portrait. 
8603. June. 

3604. A New England Rye Field. 

3605. Old Norwich Town: Connecticut. 

3606. Towards Queenburgh Bridge: 

Nocturne. 

3607. Plaza: Nocturne. 
Weir, John Ferguson. 

3608. Forging the Shaft. 

Lent by the Metropolitan Mu- 
seum. 

Weiss, Samuel A. 

3609. Sunshine. 
Welch, Katharine G. 

3610. Profile. 
Welch, Mabel R. 

3611. Miss Barler. 

3612. Miss Fisher. 

3613. Clorinda. 

Wells, Alice Rushmore. 

3614. Miss Natalie Peck. 

3615. Portrait. 



Wendel, Theodore. 

3616. October Haze. 

3617. Ipswich Marsh. 

3618. Hillside Autumn. 

Wendt, William. 

3619. The Land of Heart's Desire. 

3620. Tahoma, the Eternal. 

Wenk, Albert. 

3621. Stormy Sea. 

Wentz, Henry. 

3622. November: Five P. M. 

Werner, Frank A. 

3623. Tessie. 

WertmuUer. 

3624. Portrait of Mrs. Hamilton. 

Lent by John Frederick Lewis, 

3625. Portrait of Mr. Hamilton. 

Lent by John Frederick Lewis, 
Wessel, Herman H. 

3626. The Harbor: He aux Moines. 
West, Benjamin. 

3627. Mary Magdalene Anointing the Feet 

of Christ. 

Lent by the Art Institute of 
Chicago. 

3628. Portrait of Miss Peel. 
Wetherill, E. K. K. 

3629. The Dreamer. 

36.30. Mysterious Thoughts. 
Wheeler, Janet. 

3631. In Memoriam. 

Whistler, James McNeill. 

3632. Study in Rose and Brown. 

Lent by the Hackley Art Gallery, 
Muskegon. 

3633. Portrait: Mrs. Huth. 

Lent by E. Huth, Esq. 

3634. The Daughter of the Concierge. 

Lent by Mrs. William A. Noyes. 

3635. The Falling Rocket. 

Lent by Samuel Untermyer, Esq. 

3636. Nude Figure. 

Lent by J. Alden Weir, Esq. 

3637. Blue and Gold : The Rose Azalea. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, Esq. 

3638. White Symphony: Three Girls. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, Esq. 

3639. Green and Silver Bealileu Terrace. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, Esq. 

3640. Venus. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, Esq. 

3641. Variation in Blue and Green. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, Esq. 

3642. Symphony in White and Red. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, Esq. 

3643. Symphony in Blue and Pink. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, Esq. 

3644. Venus Rising from the Sea. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, Esq. 

3645. The White House. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, Esq. 

3646. Petite Mephiste. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, Esq. 

3647. The Sad Sea: Dieppe. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, Esq. 

3648. Gray and Silver: The Life Boat. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, Esq. 
8649. Portrait of Mrs. Whibley. 

Lent by Charles Freer, Esq. 

3650. Grey and Silver: The Mersey. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, Esq. 

3651. Nude Figure and Cupid. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, Esq. 

3652. Wortley: Note in Green. 

Lent by Charles L. Freer, Esq. 
White, Edwin. 

3653. The Sacred Lesson. 

Lent by Robert M. Olyphant, Esq. 



36 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



3667, 



White, Orrin A. 

8654. Autumn in the Canyon. 

3655. Snow Blown Peaks. 

Whiteman, S. Edwin, 

3656. Summer Breeze. 

Whitney, Beatrice, 

3657. Odalisque, 

Whittemore, William John. 

3658. Portrait of Father and Mother. 

3659. Baby's Head. 

3660. In the Nursery. 

Whittredge, Worthington. 

3661. A Breezy Day, 

Lent by the Lotos Club. 

Wickwire, Jere E. 

3663. Portrait of My Mother. 

Weiczarek, Max. 

3663. Mother and Child. 

3664. Young Girl. 

3665. Mrs. John P. Jones. 

Wiles, Irving Ramsey. 

Arnold W. Brunner, Esq. 

Lent by the National Academy of 
Design. 
J, Francis Murphy, Esq. 

Lent by the National Academy of 
Design. 
Madame Gerville-Reache as Carmen. 

Williams, Alyn. 

3669. Tiger Lily. 

3670. The Cardinal. 

3671. Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, 

Williams, George Alfred. 

3672. The Witch. 
Boom Island Light: Ogonqiut. 
Storm Cleared Sea. 
The Drama of Life: The Plague. 
The Drama of Life: Daughters of 

Man. 
The Drama of the Sea: The Breakers. 
The Drama of Hell: Forest of Loves. 

3680. Moonlit Breaker. 

3681. The Idol. 

Williams, Isaac L, 

3682. Portrait of John Neagle, 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts, 

Williams, J, Scott, 

3683. In September, 

3684. (No title,) 

Williamson, Ada C, 

3685. Baby in a French Cap. 

Willson, Martha B. 

3686. Girls' Profile. 

3687. The Lace Cap. 

Wilson, Floyd. 

3688. Chinatown ; 



3673. 
3674. 
3675. 
3676. 

3677. 
3678. 



Portland. 



Wolcott, 


, Katherine, 


3689, 


On the Dunes, 


Wood, Kathryn Leone, 


3690. 


Mother, 


Woodbury, Charles H. 


3691. 


The Rainbow. 


3692. 


The Bark, 


3693. 


Nutmeg Island. 


3694. 


Tropical Sea, 


3695. 


Evening. 


3696. 


Monadnock. 


3697. 


The Tramp Steamer. 


3698. 


New Empire. 


3699. 


Cut at Empire, 


3700. 


Near Pedro Miguel, 


3701. 


Sea Wall: Panama. 


3702. 


Culebra Out, 


3703, 


The Great Slide. 



Woodville, R, Caton, 

3704. War News from Mexico. 

Lent by the National Academy 
of Design. 
Woodward, Ellsworth. 

3705. Felucca. 

3706. Veere. 
Woodward, William. 

3707. Old Cabildo: New Orleans. 
Woodwell, Joseph R. 

3708. Sand Dunes. 
370!). Squaw River. 

3710. Mist from the Sea. 

Woolf, Samuel Johnson. 

3711. The News Stand. 

3712. The Underworld. 

3713. Brown the Wheats. 

Workman, David Tice. 

3714. Elvet Bridge: Old Durham. 

Wright, John. 

3715. Sicilian Landscape. 

Wright, Joseph. 

3716. Joseph Wright and Family. 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of Fine Arts. 

Wright, Louise Wood, 

3717. In Dorsetshire. 

3718. Corfe Castle: Dorset. 

Wuerpel, Edmund H. 



37iy. 

3720. 
-3721. 
3722. 
3723. 
3724. 

Wyant, 

3725. 



3726. 

3727. 

Wyeth, 

3728. 
3729. 

3730. 
3731. 
3732. 
3733. 

Wylie, 
3734. 



3735. 



The Call of Lingering Day. 

Harmony in Brown. 

Late Afternoon. 

An Evening Symphony. 

Gathering Clouds. 

The Sheltered Bay. 

Alexander H. 

A Mountain Brook. 

Lent by the Buffalo Fine Arts 
Academy. 
Afternoon near Arkville: N. Y. 

Lent by the Carnegie Institute. 
The Windy Day. 

N. 0. 

Ebenezer Balfour (Kidnapped). 
Captain Bones Routes Black Dog 

(Treasure Island). 
Old Pew (Treasure Island). 
The Picador. 
Chinese Pirates. 
Roaring Skipper, 

Robert, 
The Story Teller: Breton Inter- 
ior, 

Lent by the Pennsylvania Acad- 
emy of Fine Arts, 
A Breton Home, 



Yarrow, William H, K, 

3736. Jansen: Ex-Sea-Captain, 

3737. Still Life. 

3738. In the Orchard. 

3739. The Checkered Dress. 

Yates, Cullen 

3740. Spring. 

3741. Old Farm: November, 

3742. November Snow. 

Young, Arthur. 

3743. Love One Another. 

3744. Mother Jones. 

3746. This World of Creepers. 

3746. The Supreme Court Obstructs Trar 

ffic. 

3747. The Unemployed, 

3748. Senatorial Courtesy. 

3749. Pit and Dome. 

3750. Extinct. 

3751. The Game. 



PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS 



37 



Young, Charles Morris. 

3752, The Red Mill 

8753. Winter Landscape with Crows. 

3754. The Gray Mill. 

3755. Winter Afternoon. 

3756. My House in Winter. 

3757. Farm House in Winter. 

Young, Mattie. 

3758. Sister. 

Zaroubine, Victor. 

3759. Clouds. 

Ziegler, Karl. 

3760. Portrait Study of a Child. 

Ziem, Felix. 

3761. Garden in Venice. 

Lent by Charles F. Adams, 

3762. Stamboul. 



Zimmerman, M. W. 

3763. The Chalet at Night. 

3764. Across the Lake. 

3765. Across the Valley. 



Zorach, 


Marguerite. 


3766. 


The Waterfall. 


3767. 


Legend. 


3768. 


The Earth. 


3769. 


Spring. 


Zorach, 


William. 


3770. 


Flowers. 


3771. 


The Country Valley. 


3772. 


The Wood Cutters. 


3773. 


Woods in Autumn. 



Esq. 



Zugel, Heinrich von. 

3774. In the Rhine Meadows. 



H. A. VAN CAENEN TORCHIANA 
Commissioner General 

WILLEM WITSEN 

Commissioner of Fine Arts 

G. E. DE VRIES 

Assistant Commissioner of Fine Arts 



HOLLAND SECTION 



Addicks, Christian Johannes. 

1. Mother and Child. 

Akkeringa, Johannes. 

2. On the Edge of the Water. 

Arntzenius, Paul. 

3. Native of Volendam. 
Asscher, Henriette. 

4. Tailor Hands at the Old Men's 

Home. 
Bastert, Nicolaas. 

5. My Village. 

6. Enkhuizen Harbour. 

Bauer, Marius. 

7. Oriental Equestrian. 

Bautz, David. 

8. Dead Birds. 
Beek, Bernardus Antonie. 

9. Dutch Landscape. 
Berg, Anna C. van den. 

10. Larkspur. 
Berkemeyer, Ludolph. 

11. On the Banks of a Dutch Lake. 
Bleckmann, W. C. 0. 

12. Spring. 

Blommers, Bernardus Johannes. 

13. On the Way Home. 

14. Summer. 

Bodiffe, Paul. 

15. Field of Blooming Poppies. 

Boer, G. J. de. 

16. In the Woods. 
Breitner, G. H. 

17. Amsterdam Timber-Port. 
Breman, 0. O. 

18. The Bay of Naples. 
Chattel, Fredericus J. 

19. To the Mill. 
Coert, Anthoni. 

20. The Deserted House. 
Deutman, Frans. 

21. Old Woman. 
Deventer, Johanna Cornelia van. 

22. Beeches. 
Dooyewaard, Jacob. 

23. Meditation. 
Duyl-Schwartze, Th. van. 

24. The Fan. 

25. Mahler's Bust by Rodin. 

26. Portrait of H. M. the Queen of the 

Netherlands. 
Dysselhof, G. W. 

27. Lobsters. 
Engel, Frederik. 

28. Milking Time. 

Jan, van Essen. 

29. Pelicans. 

Frankfort, E. D. 

30. Along the Road. 

Gar Jeanne, J. 

31. Shadows of the Clouds. 

Garms, Coenraad M. 

32. The Enkhuizen St. Pancras Steeple. 

Gerdes, Ed. 

33. Womanhood: 1913. 

Goedvriend, Theodoor. 

34. From a Fairy of the Veluw County. 

35. Old Cottage at Chailly: France. 



Gori, Berta. 

36. Old Woman. 
Gorter, Arnold Marc. 

37. Autumnal Day. 
Graafland, Roh. 

38. Summer Day. 

Groot, G. de. 

39. In the Kempen Country. 
Haverman, H. J. 

40. Fresh Life. 
Hem, Piet van der. 

41. Katwyk Fisherwoman. 

Hyner, Arend. 

42. Village Talk. 
Israels, Isaac. 

43. Spanish Cafe. 

44. The Great Mare. 
Ives Browne, Robert. 

45. Before the Mirror. 

Jans, Jan. 

46. Standing Water on the Sand Hills: 

Spring Morning. 

Jurres, J. H. 

47 Casting Stones at Don Quixote. 

Kerling, Anna E. 

48. DiUgent Old Woman. 

49. Providing with Fodder. 
Eoster, Anton Louis. 

oO. A Bulb Grower's House with Nur- 
sery of Darwin Tulips in Hol- 
land. 

51. View on the River Spaarme near c 

Haarlem. 

Krabbe, H. M. 

52. At Granny's. 

53. First Steps. 
Kramer, Martinus. 

54. Winter Time in Holland. 

Ledeboer, Hans. 

55. What I Saw in My Dream. 

Lenselink, Rens. 

56. March Weather in Holland. 

Maarel, M. van der. 

57. Idleness. 

Martens, Willy. 

58. Going to Church. 

Mastenbroek, Johan Hendrik van. 

59. In the Lock at Delfshaven. 

60. As Busy as Bees in the Harbor at 

Rotterdam. 

Mension, 0. J. 

61. The Beast of Prey. 

Mesdag, H. W. 

62. Sunset. 

Meyer, Johan. 

63. Early Morning. 

Moen, Charles Antoine. 

64. Begonias. 

Mondriaan, Frits. 

65. The Hague Wood in October. 

Monnickendam, Martin. 

66. Life's Joy. 

Nakken, Willem Carel. 

67. Cart for the Conveyance of Stones. 

68. Near Paris. 

Oldewelt, Ferdinand Gustaaf Willem. 

69. For the Poor. 



40 



DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 



Overbeek, G. J. van. 

70. Cart Horses at the Bank of the 

River. 
Pieters, Evert. 

71. Gypje. 
Eegt, P. de. 

72. Dreary Day in Spring. 
Eepelius, Betsy. 

73. Interior of a Dutch Home. 
Rhynuen, Jan van. 

74. Charming Spot. 
Roelofs, Albert. 

75. Meditation. 
Roelofs, Willem E., Jr. 

76. In the Land of Tulips. 
Rosse, Hermann. 

77. The Water Palace. 

78. Carmel Bay. 
Schaap, E. R. D. 

75). Spring. 
Schaap-van der Pek, H. W. J. 

80. Ruins on a Mountain Top. 
Schermer, Cornells. 

81. Billeting Dutch Lancers. 
Schildt, Martinus. 

82. Interior of a Home. 
Schipperus, Pieter Adrianus. 

83. Winter. 
Schulman, David. 

84. A Winter Afternoon at Laren. 
Sluiter, Willy. 

85. The Angelus. 
Sluyters, Jan. 

86. Woman in Scarlet. 

87. Woman in Yellow. 
Smith, Hobbe. 

88. Old Woman Reading the Bible. 
Steelink, Willem. 

89. On the Heath. 

90. Along the Coast. 
Steere de Jong, J. F. 

91. Sunday Morning at Laren. 
Surie, Jacoba. 

99. Boy and Vegetables. 
Thol-Ruysch, Aletta van. 

93. Mushrooms. 
Tholem, W. B. 

94. Church Near Leidem. 
Tonge, Lammert van der. 

95. Riches. 
Velsen, Suze. 

96. Autumn. 
Vlaanderen, Job. 

97. Country Road in the County of 

Overyssel. 
Vreedenburg, C. 

98. Unloading Peat on the Edge of the 

Canal. 
Vredenburgb, Schotel M. 

99. Slum in the City of Hattem. 
Waay, NicDlaas van der. 

100. A Dutch Orphan House Girl. 
Wandscbeer, M. 

101. Nasturtium. 

Waning, Cornells, Anthony van. 

102. Ancient Part The Hague City. 
Weele, H. J. van der. 

103. Dutch Ploughing Oxen. 

Weissembruch, Jan Willem. 

104. View of a Dutch City. 

Westermann, G. 

105. On the Pavement. 



Weyns, J. H. 

106. Old Women's Home. 
Wiggers, Derk. 

107. Full Moon. 
Willigen, C. A. van der. 

108. Nasturtium. 
Witsen, W. 

109. Binnenkant: Winter at Amsterdam. 

110. Montelbaans Steeple: Oude Waal 

at Amsterdam. 
Wolbers, Hermanns Gerardus. 

111. In the Meadow. 
Wolter, Hendrik Jan. 

112. Fishing Fleet Leaving a Cornif:-h 

Harbor. 
Wysmuller, J. H. 

113. View of Part of the City of Am- 

sterdam. 
Zoetelief, J. 

114. On the Beach. 
Zon, Jacques. 

115. Navying. 

GRAFISCKE KUNST 

Arntzenius, Paul. 

116. The Training Ship. 

117. The Old Dutch Wateriand. 
Bauer, M. A. J. 

118. The Holy Camel. 

119. A Damascus Bazar. 

120. An Oriental Prince. 
Bosch, Etienne. 

121. Salerno. 

122. Notre Dame de Paris. 
Dupont, P. 

123. Western Church Steeple. 

124. Old Church Steeple. 

Graadt van Roggen (Johannes Mattheus). 

125. Old Bridge. 

126. Showery Weather. 
Harting, Dirk. 

127. Amersfoort Canal. 

128. The Amsterdam Lock. 

129. Beggar. 

130. Generalife. 

131. Ass Drivers. 
Hemelman, Albert. 

132. Small Ghelder Yard. 

133. Pile Driver at Amsterdam. 
Hosrtema, Th. van. 

134. White Herons. 

135. Cactus. 
Jong, Toon de. 

136. Meere Cathedral. 

137. Tjalk Outside Dordrecht. 
Koekkoek, Gerard. 

138. Delfshaven Harbour. 
Eouw, Casper Marinus Leendert. 

139. On the Dyke. 

140. Thistle. 
Krabbe, H. M. 

141. Portrait of a Child. 

142. Portrait of a Lady. 
Kramer, Martinus. 

143. To the River. 

144. Downs-Oaks. 

Moul3m, S. 

145. Le Chateau de Beaufort. 

146. Study of the Nude. 

147. Villa d'Este. 
Nieuwenkamp, W. O. J. 

148. Woodcutters. 

149. Edam. 

150. On the Lake. 

151. Dropping Leaves. 



HOLLAND SECTION 



41 



Poortenaar, Jan. 

152. Trafalgar Square. 

153. Jerusalem Chamber: Westminster 

Abbey. 
Proost, Johannes. 

154. Brick Kiln. 
Schelfhout, Lodewyk. 

155. Winter Tree. 

156. Les Angles. 



Tholen, 


, W. B. 


157. 


Nave. 


158. 


Harbour. 


159. 


The Philosopher. 


IGO. 


Cage. 


161. 


Grass. 


Veldheer, J. G. 


162. 


The Borough. 


163. 


The Old Watchman, 


164. 


Rotterdam. 


165. 


Harlem St. Anne. 



Velsen, Suze. 

166. Sunny Doorlet. 

167. Old Dutch Slum. 

Witsen, W. 

168. Reconstruction in Old Amsterdam. 

Zwart, W. de. 

169. The Kran Lock. 

170. Steeple Montelbaan: Oude Waal. 

171. Sunny Tree-Lined Path. 

172. Cattle Market. 



EEELDHOUNKUNST 

Clercct, T. le. 

1. I'erdition. 

Dantzig, Rachel M. van. 

2. Mother and Ciiild. 

3. Italian Farmer's Wife and Kid. 

Hesselink, Abraham. 

4. Narcis. 

5. Lidia. 

Jeltsema, T. E. 

6. Rythmus of Dance: Isidora Dun- 

can. 

7. Young Sportsman Sitting Down: 

Ready to Start Again. 

Mesdog, H. W. 

8. A Stormy Sea. 

Schreve-Yzerman, Jo. 

9. Amsterdam Orphan Girl. 

10. Da War es od und Leer. 

Wyk, Charles van. 

11. On the Way Home. 

12. Sheep and Lamb. 

13. Cessation from Labor. 



A. D. DUFFNER 

Executive Officer of the 
Portuguese Commission 



PORTUGUESE SECTION 



Aires, Frederico Pereira. 

1. A View of Minho. 

2. The Great Overflowing. 

3. Fog in River Tagus. 

4. The Shore of Buarcos. 

5. Cape Mondego. 

6. The Country of Santarem. 

Azevedo e Silva, Antonio Gongalves. 



7. 



10. 
11. 



The Top. 

A Love Affair. 

The Parrot. 

Errand Boy. 

Testing the New Wine. 



Batalba Reis, D. Zo6. 

12. On a Festival Day, 

13. The Cup of Tea. 

14. Chilly. 

Bordalo Pinheiro, Columbano. 

15. Portrait of the Portuguese Poet 

Bulhao Pato. 

16. Portrait of the Portuguese Actor 

Vale. 

17. The White Glove. 

18. Oranges. 

19. Oysters. 

Bonvalot, Carlos. 

20. Job. 

21. Study. 

22. The Grandmother. 

Brito, Jose de. 

23. The Wave. 

24. Tired of Waiting. 

Calderon, Leandro Joao. 

25. A Court in Minho. 

26. The Road to Louza. 

27. The Ancient Monastery of Alco- 

baca. 



Campas, Jose. 




28. 


Idyl. 




Cardoso. Artur Alves. 




29. 


A Cork Tree in the 


Afternoon. 


30. 


A Country Home. 




31. 


Weaving. 




32. 


A Farm in Alentejo. 




33. 


The Beautiful Apple 


Tree. 


34. 


The Granddaughter Amusing Her^ 




self. 




35. 


Portrait. 




36. 


Portrait. 





Condeixa, Ernesto Ferreira. 

37. The Vintage. 

38. A Seaman. 

Correa de Lacerda, Alberto V. da Rocha Por- 
tugal. 



Blindman's Buff. 

The Church of Santa Clara-a- 

Velha: Coimbra. 
At Dawn. 
The Porta da Agua: Alfeite. 



Cristino da Silva, Joao Ribeiro. 

43. A Court in the Environs of Leiria, 

44. Sunset at Belem: Para. 

Fonseca, Martinbo Gomes da. 

45. An English Lady. 

46. A Child's Head. 

47. Leda Surprised. 

Gon<jalves, D. Maria F. Maubin. 

48. In the Dining-Room. 



Guedes, Pedro. 

49. Cheesemaker. 

50. Effect -of Light. 

51. Noon's Rest. 

52. The Road to Barrosa. 
Malboa, Jose. 

53. The Native Song. 

54. Returning from the Festival. 

55. The Country Schoolmaster. 

56. A Catholic Procession in the Coun- 

try. 

57. Stop, Father! 

58. The Drunkards. 

59. Teasing. 

60. The Nightingale's Veranda. 
Manta, Abel Abrantes. 

61. The Cloister of the Silence in the 

Monastery of 
Coimbra. 

62. A Miserable Ward. 

63. A Sad Landscape. 
Melo, David de. 

64. An Old Woman. 
Mily, Possoz. 

65. Roses. 



Santa Cruz: 



Oranges. 
Death Nature. 
Drawing. 



Moraes, Narciso Alfredo de. 



69. 

70. 



The Grandmother. 
The Blacksmiths. 



Foggy Morning. 



Praat, Artur. 

71. Herd of Sheep: 

72. Ambuscade, 
Beis, Joao. 

73. Spring. 

74. Needy Homes. 

75. Autumn Morning. 

76. Roofs in the Village. 
Ribeiro, J., or Jos§ Nunes. 

77. The Potter. 

78. An Arabian Smoking. 

79. At the Looking Glass. 

80. The Mountain of Cintra. 

81. The Path of Colares. 

82. A Rustic Home. 

83. Lighting the Cigarette. 

84. At Dawn. 

85. A Rustic Farm House: Environs 

of Cintra. 

86. The Lake of S'ete Cidades in the 

Island of St. Michael. 

87. Preparing for the Wash. 

88. A Corner at Sete Cidades in the 

Island of St. Michael. 
Saude, Antonio Manoel da. 

89. On the Banks of the Meuse. 

90. The Moon Over the Seine. 

91. The Night and the Seine. 

92. On the Banks of the Zezere. 

93. On the Banks of the Meuse. 

94. On the Banks of the Zezere. 

Sousa Lopes, Adriano de. 

95. The Pilgrimage. 

96. Portrait. 

97. Portrait. 

98. Portrait. 

99. Effect of Light: Study. 

100. The Home of the Washerwoman. 

101. The Home of the Sexton. 

102. Effect of Moonshine: Venice. 

103. Almond Tree in Blossom. 

104. The Canal of St. Gregory: Venice. 



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105. The Sun in Winter. 

106. Under tlie Orange Trees. 

107. The Court of tlie Lacemakers: 

Bruges. 

108. Study. 

109. Landscape. 

110. Landscape. 

111. The Spanish Bridge: Bruges. 

112. The Canal: Venice. 

113. The Shore of Nazare. 

114. My Village. 

115. A Village Church. 

116. Thirteen Impressions: Portugal. 

117. Seven Impressions: Venice. 

118. Court in Bruges: Belgium. 

119. Five Impressions: Venice. 
Trigoso, Joao de Melo Falcao. 

120. Golden Seacoast: Algarve. 

121. The Silver Weddings. 
Vaz, Joao. 

122. An Old Wharf. 

123. The Church of the Mother of God: 

Lisbon. 

124. Embarking. 
Veloso Salgado, Jose. 

125. Gathering Sea Moss: Minho. 



126. 


Ox Driver: Minho. 


127. 


Charm. 


128. 


Sea Flower. 


129. 


A Girl of Minho on Sunday. 


130. 


Washerwoman of Minho. 




GROUP 1 




CLASS 2 


Christino da Silva, Joao Ribeiro. 


131. 


An Ancient Convent: Environs of 




Merceana. 


Fonseca, Martinho Gomes da. 


132. 


Little Boy. 


133. 


Ecstasy. 


134. 


Ellen. 


135. 


Mary. 


136. 


A Nun. 


137. 


Fixing One's Eyes. 



Matoso da Fonseca, Joao Guilherme. 

138. Getting Warm. 

139. Going Far Off. 
Mily, Possoz. 

140. Mother and Daughter. 

141. Study. 

142. Environs of Etampes. 
Ribeiro Jor., Jos6 Nunes. 

143. Door in the Alcazar: Tangier. 

GROUP 2 
CLASS 3 
O Camercio do Porto. 

Engravings. 

GROUP 3 

CLASS 4 
Castro, Rodrigo de. 

144. A Child Study: Marble. 
Costa Mota, Antonio Augusto da. 

145. The Digger. 
Prat, Artur. 

146. Dreaming. 

Simoes d'Almeida, Sobrinho Jos^. 

147. Bust of an Old Woman. 

148. The Wake. 

149. Childhood. 
Tomds, Costa. 

150. Hebe. 

151. Venus Anadyomene. 

152. David. 
Vaz Jor., Julio. 

153. The Grandmother. 

154. Octogenarian. 

155. The Light and the Darkness. 

GROUP 3 
CLASS 7 

Barreiros, Augusto Cesar. 

Wood Car-vings, Louis XIV Style. 



p. RICHARD BERNSTROM 
Commissioner General 

ANSHALM SCHULTZBERG 
Commissioner of Fine Arts 



SWEDISH SECTION 



PIANTINGS, DRAWINGS, ETCHINGS AND TAPESTRIES 



Aminoflf, Gregorl. 

1. The Peacock. 

Backlund-Celsing, Elsa. 

2. Skiing. 

3. Tobogganing. 

4. The Birthday Table. 

Bauer, John. 

5. Fairy Girl. 

6. Brother Martin: 1. 

7. Brother Martin: 2. 

8. Brother Martin: 3. 

9. Brother Martin: 4. 

10. Flipper Woman. 

11. "It Is the Wood Nymph," said the 

Moose. 

12. "Is It Silver?" asked a hoarse 

voice. 

13. Wingmor: opened. 

14. The Princess Sat Amid Flowers. 

15. The Witch Hewed Firewood. 

16. Hut and Goblins. 

17. The Fogey is Furious. 

18. Goblins and Dogs. 

19. " 'Tis Thy Eyes," said the Gob- 

lins. 

20. The Magic Plant. 

21. Humpe at the Spring. 

22. Humpe and His Mother. 

23. The Fairy and the Hultra-forests 

Nymph. 

24. The Goblins Jumped. 

25. The Lady of the Woods. 

26. The Giant Boy Who Slept 15 Years. 

Behm, Wilhelm. 

27. Winter Evening. 

28. Autumn Day. 

29. Farmstead. 

30. Snowflakes. 

31. Sunset in the Forest. 

32. Spring Evening. 

Bergman, Oscar. 

33. Midsummer. 

34. Birch Trees in Springtime. 

35. Cliff and Snow. 

36. Apple Bloom. 

37. Islands Outside Stockholm. 

38. Gray Weather. 

39. Fruit Trees in Bloom. 

40. Thaw. 

41. Pines and Snow. 

42. Winter: 1. 

43. Winter: 2. 

44. Winter: 3. 

45. Winter: 4. 

46. Winter: 5. 

47. Ice Formations after Storm. 

48. Cypress. 

49. Fiesols. 

50. The Lighthouse. 

51. Sandhamn. 

52. Firs and Snow. 

Berf8tr6m, Alfrod. 

53. Spring Day. 

54. Spring Evening. 

55. Summer Evening. 

BergBtrSm, Slgge. 

56. Hilly Country. 

57. Cliffs. 

58. Stmny Recess in the Mountains. 



Boberg, Anna. 

59. First Snow in the Mountains. 

60. The Fisher's Cemetery. 

61. Arctic Night. 

62. Huts and Boats. 

63. Drying the Sails. 

64. The Glacier Lake. 

65. In This Fjord of the Dead. 

66. April Morning. 

67. Fisherboats in the Harbour. 

68. Spring in the Mountains. 

69. Lights and Shades. 
Burmeister, Gabriel. 

70. The Rill. 

71. Old Age. 

72. Contemplation. 
Carlburg, Hugo. 

73. Spring Morning at the River. 

74. Crofters Returning Home. 

75. Timber Drivers. 

76. Springtime. 
Dufva, Torgny. 

77. Summer Day. 
Elgstrom, Ossian. 

78. Tjudes Tale. 

79. Tjudes Tale. 

80. The Arctic Seas Tale. 

81. Horagulla Gets Angry. 

82. The Duel. 

83. The Duel. 

84. Warris Tale. 

85. Tjudes Tale from Jakonga: 1. 

86. Tjudes Tale from Jakonga: 2. 

87. Tjudes Tale from Jakonga: 3. 

88. Tjudes Tale from Jakonga: 4. 

89. The Laplander Who Disbelieved 

His Master: 1. 

90. The Laplander Who Disbelieved 

His Master: 2. 

91. The Laplander Who Disbelieved 

His Master: 3. 

92. The Laplander Who Disbelieved 
His Master: 4. 

Tarras or Five Gods. 

The Soul's Transmigration. 

The Drama at Gandvik: 1. 

The Drama at Gandvik: 2. 

The Drama at Gandvik: 3. 

Ajataja Sorcery. 

Northern Lights. 

Return to the Earth. 

The Jabmekaibmo— Travel: 1. 

The Jabmekaibmo— Travel: 2. 

The Jabmekaibmo — Travel: 3. 

The Christmas Night. 

The God. 



93. 

94. 

95. 

96. 

97. 

98. 

99. 
100. 
101. 
102. 
103. 
104. 
105. 
Erlcksson, Erik Edw. 

106. Mother's Joy. 

Fablcrantz, Axel. 

107. Approaching Storm. 

108. Moonlight and Rising Mist. 

Fjaestad, Gustav. 

109. The First Snow. 

110. The First Snow. 

111. Winter. 

112. Winter. 

113. Head of the Poet G. Eroding. 

114. April Morning. 

115. The Artist's Portrait. 

116. Winter Afternoon. 



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117. Summer Night's Breeze. 

118. New Cottage in tlie Forest. 

119. Tiie Spring in Springtime. 

120. Winter Moonligtit. 

121. Hoarfrost in the Mountains. 

122. Easter. 

123. Moonlight on the Mountain Lake. 

124. Hoarfrost in Sunlight. 

125. Rippling Water. 

126. Moving W^ater. 

127. Moving Water. 

128. Winter Night. 

129. Thaw in the Forest. 

130. Summer Evening at the River. 

131. Spring: Winter. 

132. Meditation: Winter Moonlight. 

133. Summer Night. 

134. Thaw. 
GrandstrSm-Knoffl, Edith. 

135. Spring Time. 

136. The First Spring Day. 

137. Winter Day. 
Hedberg, Erik. 

138. New Fallen Snow. 

139. Between the Mountains. 

140. Summer Night. 

141. Spring Evening. 
Hesselbom, Otto. 

142. My Native Country. 

143. View Over the Lake Arran. 

144. Pine Tree in Snow. 
Hjortzberg, Olle. 

145. My Wife. 

146. Italian Man. 

147. Head. 

148. Forge in Terracina. 

Hullgren, Oscar. 

149. Sun Glitter on the Sea. 

150. Winter Evening in Lofoten. 

151. The Sea. 

152. Breaking Sea. 

Johansson, Carl. 

153. Early Spring. 

154. Evening. 

155. Almond Trees. 

156. Summer Day. 

157. The Baltic Sea. 

158. Pine Trees in Sunlight. 

159. The Sacrificial Grove. 

Kallstenius, Gottfrid. 

160. Iron Works in Vestergotland. 

161. Manor House in Varmland. 

Kulls, Axel. 



The Artist's Portrait. 
The Naked Birch. 
Setting Sun: Still Water. 

Kusel, Ernst. 
165. Calves. 
Ducks. 
Kids by the Fence. 



162. 
163. 
164. 



166. 
167. 



Larsson, Carl. 

168. Between the White Trunks. 

169. The Doorsteps. 

170. The Study. 

171. Ski Runner. 

172. The Reading Room. 

173. Forth Outfit. 

174. Deep Thoughts. 

175. The School Children's Household. 

176. The Workshop. 

177. A Lodge. 

178. The Homes Angel. 

179. The Kitchen Maid. 

180. The Old Room. 

181. Dressing Up for the Joke. 

182. Toilet in the Summer Morning. 

183. Repairing. 

184. Mother Kersti. 



185. The Dining Room. 

186. Wash House. 

187. The Bed Room. 

188. The Dogs. 

189. Lisbeth Takes in by Ladefuls. 

190. Nude Girl by the Stove. 

191. Reverence. 

192. Hellberg's Chicks. 

193. Nude Girl. 

194. Nude Girl. 

195. Lisbeth. 

196. A Girl's Back. 

197. Karin Does Kerstis Hair. 

198. Mother. 

199. Anna-Stina. 

200. Martina. 

201. The Grandchild. 
Liljeeford, Bruno. 

202. Swans. 

203. Wild Geese. 

204. Sea Eagles. 

205. Sea Gull at the Nest. 
Lindh, Bror. 

206. Kiruna. 
Lindquist, Herman. 

207. Sunny April Day. 
Mas-Ollc, Helmer. 



Dalecarlian Girl. 

Old Peasant from Dalecarlia. 

Old Dalecarlian Man. 

Portrait of Rector Magnificus 
Schiick. 

Old Dalecarlian Man. 

Dalecarlian Women. 

Peasants from Dalecarlia. 

His Majesty King Gustaf V. 
Osslund, Helmer. 
216. Mullfjallet. 

Water Fall Porjus. 

Water Fall Porjus. 

The Water Fall Handolsforsen. 

Summer Evening. 

Evening. 

The Water Fall Elfkarlso. 
Schultzberg, Anshelm. 

223. Winter in the Forest. 

Charcoal Burning, 

The Coal Man's Hut. 

Midsummer Night. 

Gray Winter Day After the First 
Stiow. 

The Wood Barn. 

Winter. 

Winter in the Forest. 

A Frosty Afternoon. 



208. 
209. 
210. 
211. 

212. 
213. 
214. 
215. 



217. 
218. 
219. 
220. 
221. 
222. 



224. 
225. 
226. 

227. 

228. 
229. 
230. 
231. 



Smith, Vilhelm. 

232. Ploughing. 

233. Winter Afternoon. 

234. The Avenue. 

235. "It Will Be a Windy Night. 

236. Fishers. 
Strandberg, Gabriel. 

237. The Drinker. 

238. The League Boy. 

239. The Cripple. 

240. Tramper. 
Torsander, Gustav. 

241. Winter Moon. 

242. Lamplight in the Fog. 
Tomeman, Axel. 

243. Torgny Lagman. 

244. The Dead Girl. 
WalUn, David. 

245. Spring. 
Wieslander, Agnes. 

246. Autumn Day on the Plains. 
Vrongel, Anna. 

247. Fisherfolk. 



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Folr, Emll. 

248. Potato Gathering. 

249. Breakers. 
Osterlund, John. 

250. The Abandoned Church. 
Osterlond-Wigert, Mathilda. 

251. Thaw. 

252. When the Leaves Fall. 
Osterman, Emil. 

253. His Majesty King Gustaf V. 

254. Portrait of Professor Curman. 

SCULPTURE 
Ahlberg, Olof. 

255. A Sunny Moment. 
255A. Lady's Head. 
255B. Laughter. 

Bob erg, Sven. 

256. The First Autocar in Smaland. 
Borjeson, John. 



Olsson, 

304. 



Anders. 

Blond. 



257. 


Charles X. 


258. 


Scheele. 


259. 


Christ with the Child. 


260. 


Consolation. 


261. 


Music. 


262. 


Art and Sloyd. 


Borjeson, Lena. 


263. 


Secretum. 


264. 


The Changeling. 


Edstrdm, David. 


265. 


Study of Old Man. 


266. 


Rhapsody. 


267. 


Sphinx. 


268. 


Mask. 


269. 


Ellen Key. 


270. 


Doctor Forsell. 


271. 


Judge X. 


272. 


Fribog. 


273. 


Doctor Loostrom. 


274. 


Doctor Romdahl. 


275. 


Young Swedish Girl. 


Farngren, Johan. 


276. 


Monique. 


277. 


Study of a Head. 


Jarn, : 


Knut. 


278. 


August Strindberg. 


Larsso] 


a, Gottfrid. 


279. 


Portrait of My Mother. 


280. 


Old Florentine. 


281. 


Original of Florence. 


282. 


Brutal Force. 


283. 


Industry. 


284. 


Iron Workers. 



Lindberg, Erik. 

285. Medals. 

286. The Swedish Challenge Prize at th( 

Olympian Games. 
Lundberg, Theodor. 

287. The Little Boatmaker. 
Mother's Joy. 

Ruth. 

Young Peasant Woman. 
Old Peasant Woman. 
The Little Cripple. 
The Busy Little Girl. 
After Waiting in Vain. 
The Fisherman's Wife. 
Nordin, Alice. 

295. Praise to the Nature. 
Ashes Urn. 
Holger Drachman. 
Herman. 

The Little Dancing Girl. 
The Spring. 
Wood Nymph. 
Stina. 

Fourteen Years. 
Head of a Boy. 



288. 
Milles, 
289. 
290. 
291. 
292. 
293. 
294. 



296 
297. 
Neujd 
298. 
299. 
300. 
301. 
302. 
303. 



Sprlnchorn, Gerda. 

305. Big Brother. 

Wissler, Anders. 

306. Peasant Player. 

307. Min.x. 

308. Girl Playing Concertina. 

309. A Necromancy Lesson. 

310. Three Weeks Old. 



DRAWINGS, ENGRAVINGS AND 
ETCHINGS 
Athin, Caleb. 

311. Sonata. 

312. In Arcadia. 

313. Marc and Toal. 

Eergstrom, Slgge. 

^ 314. Filipstad. 

315. At the Mouth of the River. 

316. At the Strand. 

317. Hokbergst. 

318. Winter. 

Bcve, Eva. 

319. Village Street. 

320. Surface of Water. 

321. Prayer. 

322. In Thoughts. 

323. Parrot. 

Sjdrkman, Elsa. 

324. March Evening. 

325. Lungarno. 

326. From Dalecarlia. 

327. South Part of Stockholm. 

328. In the Offing. 

Boberg, 

329. 
330. 
331. 
332. 
333. 
334. 
335. 
336. 
337. 
338. 
339. 

340. 
341. 
342. 
343. 



344. 



345. 
346. 



Ferdinand. 

The Two Priests. 

Notre Dame in the Rain. 

The Ferryboat. 

The Train. 

Venetian Boats. 

Fog in the Harbour. 

The Bridge. 

St. Catherine Church in Snow. 

Moonlight. 

Snow Storm. 

Hedvig Eleonora Church in Stock- 
holm. 

Twilight In the Park. 

House of Nobility: Stockholm. 

Karoline Chapel: Stockholm. 

Doorway of St. Jane's Church: 
Stockholm. 

Interior of St. Stephen's Church: 
Vienna. 

Street Near the House of Nobility. 

St. Martin Bridge: Toledo. 



Burmeister, Gabriel. 



347. 
348. 



Nocturne. 
Pastoral. 



349. The Silent Place. 



350. 
351. 



Adagio Pathetique. 

Old House in Dalecarlia. 



Cramer, Ed. 
352. The Gates of the Fide Cemetery. 

Fischer, Per. 

■ 353. Lacko Castle. 



7 verse. 



Gehlin, 


Hugo. 


354. 


April. 


355. 


Song of Solomon: 11 chap., ' 


356. 


The Favoured. 


357. 


The Gallant and the Death, 


358. 


Old End Wall. 


Hallen, 


Arne. 


359. 


In the Cafe. 



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Hallgren, Ernst. 

360. Interior. 

361. The Threshing Mill. 

362. Old Yard. 
Johansson, Thor. 

363. Evening. 

364. Autumn Day. 

365. The Yard. 
Elisel, Ernst. 

366. Cows Moving Home. 

367. Sheep. 

368. Calves Among the Reeds. 

369. Ducks. 
Leiide, Herbert. 

370. At the Death Bed. 
LindstrSm, Martin. 

371. The Hanging Birch. 

372. The Mountain Crevice. 
Luch, C. C. 

373. Goats. 

374. The Tool House. 

375. Chantecleer. 
Nerman, Einar. 

376. Lavalliere. 

377. Mistlngnette. 
Nordensten, RagnWld. 

378. Storm. 
Nordling, Gerda. 

379. The Yellow Range. 
Norlind, Ernst. 

380. Rooks. 

381. Snow Melting. 

382. Study: Head. 

383. The Stork Pair. 
Magnus, Siri. 

384. Double Tulips. 

385. Portrait. 

386. Dedication. 

387. Roses. 

388. Fuschia. 

Magnusson, Gustaf. 

389. Dancing Girl. 

390. Salome. 

391. "For the First Time." 

392. Violin Player. 

Molin, Hjalmar. 

393. Motiv from Stockholm. 

394. The Town Gate. 

Nyman, Hilding. 

395. Skiing. 

396. The Village Shoemaker. 

397. Man from Mora. 



Feters6n, Carlo. 

398. Cats. 

399. Hens. 

400. Owl. 

401. Pepper Bird. 

402. Ducks. 

403. From the Crinoline Time. 



404. 


AUU». 

Karin. 


405. 


Siri Is Smoking. 


406. 


Profile. 


Ramberg, Gustaf. 


407. 


Croft in Skane. 


408. 


Milking Time. 


409. 


Half-Timbered Building 


Sahl6n, 


Arthur. 


410. 


Head. 


411. 


Evening. 


412. 


Barber Woman. 


413. 


Night in June. 


414. 


Pine Tree. 


Sahlstrom, Anna. 


415. 


Youth. 


416. 


The Bog. 


417. 


Oat Harvest. 


418. 


Siesta. 



Hven. 



Vasa Orden. 



Schonberg, Torsten. 

419. Self Portrait. 

420. Self Portrait (on the ice) 

421. The Golden Chariot 

422. The Royal Barche: 
Schwab, Eigil. 

423. Portrait. 

424. Self Portrait. 

425. Grimace. 

426. Grimace. 
Stangenberg, Knut. 

427. Selma Lagerlof. 

428. Gustaf Fredrikson. 
Staat, Hjalmar. 

429. Ski Springer. 

430. Pine. 

431. Sagare-gatan (old street in Stock- 

holm). 
SundstrSm, Harriet. 

432. Greyhounds. 

433. Labour, 

434. Ex Libris. 

435. Summer Night. 
Toir, Emil. 

436. Solitude. 
Uberg, Emil. 

437. The Chesnut Tree. 



MR. H. YAMAWAKI 
Commissioner General. 

MR. A. TSUKAMOTO 

MR. N. ONUMA 

Commissioners of Fine Arts 



JAPANESE SECTION 



Shodo Hirata. 

1. Voices of Little Birds. 
Sento Morimura. 

2. Festival of Nara. 
Hoko Murakami. 

3. Mulberry and Cocoon. 
Tesshu Okajima. 

4. Early Summer Day. 
Sliunki Tamaya. 

5. Eastern Breeze, 
Keisui Ito. 

6. Sailing Boat. 
Kashu Kikuchi. 

7. Maple. 
Taisei Minakami. 

8. Flower of Ryukyu. 
Bauri Mitsui. 

9. Southern Garden in Spring. 
Bunto Kayaglil. 

10. Woodcutter. 
Sesso Okada. 

11. Ryukyu Shoken: Morning of Shuri, 

12. Evening: Nawa Harbor. 
Shoyeu Ikeda. 

13. After the Intermission. 
Teiun Toshima. 

14. Morning Shadow. 
Banshu Dan. 

15. Moving Clouds, 
Toyen Oka. 

16. Midday of Summer. 
Banyoh Shibata. 

17. Ploughing. 
Kangai Takakura. 

18. Spring of Kamo River. 
Tomone Kobori. 

19. Mashashige Kusunoki Saving an 

Enemy. 
Kogyo Tsukioka. 

20. Horse Market at Kiso. 
Toho Hirose. 

21. Spring Rain. 
Oshu Nishi. 

22. Praying for Luck. 
Hosui Okamoto. 

22A. Twilight. 

OIL PAINTINGS AND WATERCOLORS 
Kijiro Otta. 

23. A Nurse. 
Gentaro Koito. 

24. Cloudy Day. 
Banka Maruyama. 

25. Saigo: Harbor in Iki. 
Hakutei Iskil. 

26. Drizzle at a Harbor. 
Hisashi Tsuji. 

27. Early Autumn. 
Kinosuke Shirataki. 

28. Portrait of Mr. S. Nomura. 
Kunishiro Mitsutani. 

29. Fisherman's Habitat. 
Eisaku Wada. 

30. At a Seashore, 

Hiromitsu Nakazawa. 

31. Dim Light. 



Katsumi Miyake. 

32. Afternoon at Haneda. 
HirosM Yoshida. 

33. Creek. 
HacMro Nakagawa. 

34. Summer Morning of the Inland 

Sea. 
Morinosuke Yamamoto. 

35. "Kiokura," 
Toraji Ishikawa. 

36. Grape. 
Fusetsu Nakamura. 

37. Rakan. 

Takeji Fujishima. 

38. Femme Pensive. 
NaoMko Aida. 

39. Storehouse on Water Front. 
Choun Yamazaki. 

40. Consolation for a Classmate. 

41. Breaking the Branch. 
Unkai Yonebara. 

42. Sowing the Seed. 
Kingoro Yezama. 

43. Saint Gama. 

44. Filial Son. 

45. Manzai. 
Ikka Tasbima. 

46. Goat. 
Homei Yosbida. 

47. Mantle. 
Blicbigoro Murata. 

48. "Uraraka." 
Ho do Tomioka. 

49. Rest. 
Cbozo Toyama. 

50. Old Man Loving Rabbit. 

51. Smoking. 
Sbokicbi Hata. 

52. Portrait of Count Okuma. 

53. Hagoromo. 
Kogan Tobari. 

54. A Woman. 

55. Tamanori Onna. 
Homei Yosbida. 

56. Arayori: A Peasant Woman. 
Nagao Watanabe. 

57. Strike. 
Yubachi Ikeda 

58. Hay. 

Cbosbun Matsuo. 

59. Wadatsumi Girls. 
59A. Inspiration. 

Kuniyo Kawakami. 

60. Spade. 

Seibo Kitamura. 

61. Hopeless Love. 

Sbigeo Kawasaki. 

62. Deep Water. 

Uichiro Okura. 

63. Rich Harvest. 

Homei Yoshida. 

64. Chinese Children. 

METAL WORK. 

Masachika Ota. 

65. Silver Box. 

66. A Tower in Mist. 



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Sadajiro Ametani. 

67. Copper Picture. 
Ihei Nakano. 

68. Bronze Vase: Carp, 

Kingoro Yezawa. 

69. Silver Box: Country Spring. 

Masatoshi Iwai. 

70. Bronze Ornament: Three Turtles. 

Chozo Toyama. 

71. Damasine Picture: Carp. 

Chozaburo Yamada. 

72. Iron Ornament: A Devil. 

73. Iron Ornament: A Puppy. 

LACQUER 
Hikobei Nlshimnra. 

74. Writing Box: Willow and White 

Stork. 

75. Necktie Box: Maple of Ogura. 

76. Picture: Carp. 
Kuhei Hayashi. 

77. Shelf: Pine: Bamboo: Plum. 

78. Box: Hydrangea. 

79. Box: Waves. 

80. Box: Butterfly. 

81. Box: Water Lily. 
Sakujiro Nakamura. 

82. Box: Peony. 

83. Box: Evergreen. 
Masanori Ogaki. 

84. Letter Box: Snow Scene. 

Jisaburo Mikami. 

85. Paper Box and Writing Box: 

Tempio Design. 
Kotaro Matsumoto. 

86. Ornament: Rooster. 

Hideo Eimura. 

87. Box: Leaves. 

88. Tray: Waves. 
Takayasu Sasaki. 

89. Tray: Battle of Gempei. 
Shoka TsujimuTa. 

90. Cigarette Box: Tree. 

WOOD, BAMBOO AND OTHER MEDIA 

Shinjiro Matsukane. 

91. Screen: Design of Arms, 

92. Cigarette Box: Elephant. 
Tatsukichi Fujii. 

93. Inlaid Work: Screen: Tree. 
Kozan Hosaka. 

94. Paper Knife: Insect. 

95. Paper Knife: Bird. 

96. Paper Knife: Sea Weed. 

97. Paper Knife: Nuts. 
Cho Yui. 

98. Screen: Plum Flowers. 

99. Screen: Twelve Months. 

100. Screen: Hen. 

101. Picture: Grape. 

102. Picture: Turkey. 

PORCELAIN, CROCKERY AND CLOISONNE 
Eozan Miyakawa. 

103. Vase: Crockery: Peony. 

104. Vase: Crockery: Mountain Scene. 

105. Vase: Crockery: Mountain Scene. 

106. Incense Burner: Crockery: Pheo- 

nix. 

107. Incense Burner: Porcelain. 

108. Vase: Crockery. 
Hazan Itaya. 

109. Vase: Crockery: Grass. 

110. Vase: Crockery: Peacock. 

111. Vase: Crockery: Bamboo Leaves. 



Tomotara Kato. 

112. Vase: Crockery: Famous Scene of 

Omi. 

113. Vase: Crockery: Waterfall. 

Eizayemon Fukagawa. 

114. Vase: Crockery: Di-agon, 

Tokumatsu Takashima. 

115. Vase: Crockery. 

/uji Ando. 

116. Incense Burner: Cloisonne. 

117. Vase: Cloisonne. 

118. Vase: Cloisonne: Phoenix. 

119. Box: Silver Cloisonne: Gold Fish. 

Sosuke Namikawa. 

120. Vase: Cloisonne: Pomegranate. 

121. Writing Box: Cloisonne". Cormor- 

ant Catching Fish. 

Jubei Ando. 

122. Vase: Cloisonne: Plum. 

Shuto Nakamura. 

123. Vase: Crockery: Pheonix. 

Sobei Kinkozan. 

124. Vase: Crockery: Flower and Bird. 

125. Vase: Crockery: Grass. 

126. Vase: Crockery: Pheonix. 

127. Vase: Crockery: Tree. 

128. Vase: Crockery: Scenery. 

Yokei Seifu. 

129. Vase: Porcelain: Chrysanthemum. 

130. Vase: Porcelain: Cherry. 

Rihei Hiraoka. 

131. Vase: Porcelain: Chrysanthemum. 

132. Incense Burner: Porcelain: Four 

Saints. 

133. Vase: Porcelain: Cherry. 

Rokubei Shimizu. 

134. Vase: Crockery: Flower. 

Maizan Yabu. 

135. Bowl: Crockery: Peony. 

136. Bowl: Crockery: Procession of 

Daimio. 

137. Vase: Crockery: Cherry. 

138. Incense Burner: Crockery: Bam- 

boo. 

139. Incense Burner: Crockery: Phoe- 

nix. 

140. Incense Burner: Crockery: Tree. 

Tozan Ito. 

141. Vase: Crockery: Grass. 



DYED FABRICS AND EMBROIDERIES 

Shinhichi luida. 

142. Screen: Embroidered: Waves. 

143. Screen: Embroidered: Iris. 

144. Screen: Embroidered: Seagull. 

145. Picture: Dyed Velvet: Autumn 

Scene. 

Jinbei EawasMma. 

146. No Dress. 

147. Wall Picture: Grass Design. 

Sozayemon Nishimura. 

148. Screen: Embroiderv^d: Lion. 

149. Wall Picture: Dyed Velvet: Fuji 

Mountain. 

Rihicbi Tanaka. 

150. Screen: Embroidered: Pheasant. 

151. Screen: Embroidered: Crane: Pine. 

Sozayemon Nishimura. 

152. Screen: Embroidered: Goose, 

Seifu' Tsuda, 

153. Cushion: Embroidered: Carnation, 



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PRINTS 

Yetsutaro YosMda. 

154. Printing from Wood Curving: Per- 

simmon and Net. 

Shiro Makino. 

155. Printing: Boat in Snow. 

Bonkotsu Igami. 

156. Printing: Madrid. 

157. Ground of Yoshima Slirine. 
Naosaburo Yamada. 

DESIGN 

158. Printing: Horse. 

Koho Goto. 

159. Design for Screen: Boat in Reed. 

Takezo Hayashi. 

160. Design for Disli. 
Sadakichi Junicho. 

161. Design for Stand. 

162. Design for Cake Bowl: Animal. 

Motokichi Terada. 

163. Design for Vase: Tempio Period. 

Kakuyei Abe. 

164. Screen Design. 

Kojiro Ibuki. 

165. Design for Dish. 
SeiicMro Sawada. 

166. Designs for Vase and Screen. 

OLD MASTERPIECES 

Gyokusho Kawabata. 

167. Kakemono: Group of Monkeys. 
Mitate Kawabe. 

168. ivakemono: Battle Scene of Yosh- 

iaki Nitta. 
Yukoku NogucW (1826-1898). 

169. Kakemono: Pine Tree. 
Chokunyu Tanomura. 

170. Kakemono: Scenery. 
Kwampo Araki. 

171. Kakemono: Peacock. 
Motonobu Eano (1476-1559). 

172. A Set of Three Pictures: Buddha 

in center: flowers on both sides. 
Nichokuan Sago. 

173. Screen: Hawk. 
Sotatsu Tawaraya (about 1630). 

174. Bamboo: Plum. 
Yusetsu Umikita. 

175. Scenery. 

Mitsuoki Tosa (1617-1691). 
Mitsunari Tosa. 

176. Autumn Scene. 

Tsunenobu Eano (1636-1713). 

177. Dragon. 
Gantai. 

178. Goose. 

Gaho Hashimoto (1835-1908). 

179. Cat: Bamboo Forest. 
Ineu. 

180. Screen: Flowers. 
Matabel Den Iwasa (1578-165 .) 

181. Court Lady. 

Moronobu Hisbikawa (1638-1714). 

182. Woman. 

Masanobu Okumura (1690-1768). 

183. Mountain House. 
Eaiget9Udo (about 1710^. 

184. Popular Pictures. 
Baiyuken. 

■ 1.85. Popular Pictures 



Choyodo. 

186. Popular Pictures. 

187. "Kichijoten": Yakushiji: Copy. 
Chohoji. 

188. Resurrection of Buddha (Copy). 
Sessbu. 

189. Scenes of Four Seasons (Copy). 
Shubun. 

190. Screen: Scenes (Copy). 
Eoho. 

191. Wistaria: Peony: Maple (Copy). 
Okyo Maruyama (1733-1795). 

192. Screen: Hozu River (Copy). 
Eitoku Kano (1543-1590). 

193. Screen: Pine and Eagle. 
Toko KuToda. 

194. Screen: Fish. 
Sesson (1420-1506). 

195. Tiger and Bamboo. 
T&nju Kano (1602-1674) 

196. Birds and Flowers (Rare). 
Okyo Maruyama (1733-1795). 

197. Bamboo: Rooster. 

Shnnsho Eatsukawa (1726-1792). 

198. Woman. 

Shohaku Soga (about 1750). 

199. Screen: Girl Under Willow. 
Tsunenobu Eano (1626-1713). 

200. White Hawk. 
Sansetsu Eano. 

201. Screen: Scenery. 
To-ekl. 

202. Screen: Scenery. 
Eagei. 

203. Flowers. 



CARVING. 
Hosei Mori. 

204. Ornament: Battle. 
Toen Morikawa 

205. Ornament: Festival. 

206. "Tentoki": by Koden (Copy). 

207. "Ryuyoki": by Koden (Copy). 

208. Dancing Mask. 

209. "No" Dancing Mask. 



METAL WORKS. 

Shukyo Tsukada. 

210. Vase: Silver: Horai Mountain. 
Ichiga Numata. 

Eomakichi Hiratsuka. 

211. Ornament: Fighting Soldier. 
Bisei Unno 

212. Ornament: Silver: Knight. 
Eisho Eurokawa. 

Ichiya Sekiguchi. 

213. Incense Burner. 
Yukiyasu Namihira. 

214. Sword. 

Yoshihiro Sagaminokuni. 

215. Short Sword. 



LACQUER WORK. 

216. Ornament: Grass. 

217. Writing Box: Chrysanthemum and 

Iris. 



Eatsuyosbi Shoami 
218. In 




Bamboo: Pine: 



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219. Box: Katawaguruma (Copy). 

220. Box: Aster. 

221. Writing Box: Deer and Autumn 

Grass. 

222. Writing Box: Cherry. 

223. Prayer Book Box of Yenrekiji 

(Copy). 

224. Jewel Box of Ninwaji (Copy). 
Table: Grass Design of Toji 

(Copy). 
Saddle: Dancing and Music. 
"Inro." 



WOOD WORK. 



225. 



226. 
227. 



Teishutsu Gigei in. 

228. Cabinet: Mulberry Tree: with the 
following contents and acces- 
sories: 
1 Picture Album. 

1 Picture Paper Weight: Deer De- 
sign. 

2 Ornaments: Wooden Figures: 

Colored. 

1 Incense Burner: Cherry Design. 

1 Incense Box: Cloisonne: Butter- 
fly Design. 



1 Incense tray. 

3 Seals: Copper. 

1 Seal Cabinet: Silver Inlaid: 

Peony Design. 
1 Ink Box: Dragon Design. 
1 Writing Box: Pine and Waves: 

Inlaid Birds. 
1 Knife: Made in Seiji Namikawa. 

CLOISONNE AND PORCELAIN. 
Kyozan. 

229. Vase: Pine and Fish. 
Toji. 

230. Vase: Pine and Rising Sun. 

231. Vase: Corn. 
Juji Ando. 

232. Vase: Cloisonne: Storing Chickens. 

EMBROIDERIES AND DYED FABRICS. 

233. A Set of No Dancing Costumes, 

consisting of 
1 Kara-ori. 
1 Atsuita Kimono. 
1 Nuihaku. 
1 Happi. 
1 Hankiri. 



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EDUCATION AND 
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Saxi Francisco, 1915 



EDUCATION 
Official Catalogue Department B 



CLASSIFICATION OF EXHIBITS 



Elementary Education 

Secondary Education 

Higher Education 

Special Education in Fine Arts 

Special Education in Agriculture 

Special Education in Commerce and Industry 

Education of the Subnormal 

Special Forms of Education, Text Books, School 
Furniture and School Appliances 

Physical Training of the Child and Adult 




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OPENS FEBRUARY 20 SAN FRANCISCO. U.S.A. 1915. closes DCCEMBER 4 



INTRODUCTION 



Department of Education 

BY 

Ahin E. Pope, Chief 

The compelling force that attracts the public to an Exposition is the educa- 
tional value of its exhibits. Education in its broadest sense is the theme of the 
entire Panama-Pacific InternationaL Exposition. . The far-reaching effect of edu- 
cational influence in stimulating and directing future progress alone justifies the 
enormous expenditure of time;, effort and money involved in this endeavor; the 
Department of Education is therefore expected to establish the standard for the 
educational movement. 

The Palace of Education, situated at the extreme western end of the exhibit 
building area, is 396 feet by 526 feet and w^as erected at a cost of $425,610.00 
It fronts on Administration Avenue and on the east is the Court of Palms, 
designed by George W. Kelham. At the entrance to this Court on each side is 
a tower of Italian Renaissance, 200 feet in height. Between the two towers 
stands the magnificent statue "The End of the Trail." 

Domestic Education occupies one- fourth of the floor space in the Palace of 
Education; foreign Education, one-fourth, the other half being devoted to exhibits 
in Social Economy. 

Domestic Exhibits were secured by invitation, the policy of the Department 
being to request each exhibitor to confine his exhibit to one distinct system or 
process in which he excelled; to some definite lesson which he was capable of 
teaching the world; to present complete information on his particular subject 
which would be of interest and benefit to the visitors to an international exposi- 
tion. These invitations were restricted in order to avoid duplication and these 
special exhibits were so assembled as to portray the salient features of Modern 
American Education. We have outgrown the old style educational display con- 
sisting of comprehensive, duplicate exhibits, composed chiefly of pupils' work; 
therefore it has been the aim and endeavor of the Department to have each 
exhibitor deal with the fundamental principles of education, illustrating the means 
used to develop a child into the highest type of citizenship. Foreign countries 
and Insular Possessions have followed the general policy of the Department in 
regard to the arrangement of exhibits. 

Demonstrating classes will show the actual processes of education in opera- 
tion. These classes will cover nearly every subject of education treated by an 
exhibit. For the first time in exposition history motion pictures will play an 
important part in Education. The demonstrating classes will find a rival in these 
pictures which will illustrate the various processes of education from the leading 
schools of the country. 

By securing the co-operation of exhibitors in following the principles herein 
outlined; by arranging the exhibits for the benefit of the visitors instead of the 
exhibitors, the Department hopes to be of great assistance in improving inter- 
national educational conditions. It hopes to have a definite message to all lines 
of educational and scientific thought. It hopes to produce a world-wide effect 
on the education of the future. It hopes to assist in making useful citizens of the 
boys and girls of today. 



HOW TG) LOCATE AN EXHIBIT 

The Palace of Education is laid but in blocks, which are con- 
secutively numbered from 1 tb 34, inclusive, as showii on the floor 
plan. The aisles are designated as streets (First to Sixth), running 
north to south, and as avenues (A to E), from east to west. To 
locate an exhibitor refer to the names, alphabetically arranged under 
thie exhibit group to which each bielongs in the official classification, 
and note the aisles location following each hamie. Street and Avenue 
signs are erected at their intersection on the corners of all blocks. 

All Exhibits entered in this Catalogue are located in the Palace 
of Education, unless otherwise indicated after the entry. The fol- 
lowing are abbreviations used in this Catalogue to designate other 
Exhibit Palaces : 

Fine Arts Palace Fn. A. Pal 

Education Palace Ed. Pal. 

Liberal Arts Palace Lb. A. Pal. 

Manufactures Palace Mfr. Pal. 

Varied Industries Palace V. I. Pal. 

Machinery Palace Mch. Pal. 

Transportation Palace Trns. Pal. 

Agriculture Palace Agr. Pal. 

Food Products Palace Fd. Pr. Pal. 

Live Stock Palace Lv. St. Pal. 

Horticulture Palace Hor. Pal. 

Mines and Metallurgy Palace Min. Pal. 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

Official Classification of 
Exhibits 

GROUP fJ 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

Class 8. Kindergarten. 

Olaiss 9. Biemehtary Grades. 

Class 10. Training and certification of teachers. 

Class 11. Continuation schools, including evening schools, vacation schools and schools for 

spfet-ial training. 
Class 12. Vocational education toward specific training and occupation. 



Legislation, organization, general slatistics. 
School supervision and school management. 
Buildings; plans, models; school hygiene. 
Methods of instruction; results obtained. 

GROUP G 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

Class !.■>. High schools and academies, manual training schools, commercial high Schools. 
Class 14. Training and certification of teachers. 



Legislation, organization, statistics. 

Buildings : plans and models. 

Supervision, management, methods of instruction, results obtained. 

GROUP 7 
diGHER ElJUCATION 

Class li). College examination and inspection boards in relation to college entrance require- 
ments. 
Class 10. Colleges and universities. 

Class 17. Scientific, technical and engineering schools and institutions. 
Class IS. Professional schools. 
Class 19. liibraries. 
Class L'O. Muselims. 



Legislation, organization, statistics. 

Building: plans and models. 

Curricula, regiilations, methods, administration, investigfltions, etc. 

GROUP 8 
SPECIAL EDUCATION IN FINE ARTS 

(Institutions for Teaching Drawing, Painting and Music.) 
Class 21. Art schools and institutes. 
Claso 22. Schools and .departments of music, conservatories of music. 



Methods of instruction; resxilts obtained. 
I^egislation, organization, general statistics. 

GROUP 9 
SPECIAL EDUCATION IN AGRICULTURE 

Class 23. Agricultural education in the elementary and secondary schools. Boys' and Girls' 

Agricultural Clubs. 
Class 24. Agricultural colleges aiid departments, experiment stations, instruction in forestry; 

methods and results. 



Curricula, experiments and investigations, results. 
Methods of transportation and shipment. 
J^egislation, organization, general statistics. 
Buildings: plans and models. 

GROUP 10 
SPECIAL EDUCATION IN COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY 

Commercial Education 
Class 25. Business and commercial schools, higher instruction in commerce, 

GROUP 10-A 
Industrial Education 
Class 2P>. Industrial and trade schools, evening industrial schools. 
Class 27. Education of the Indian. 
Class 28. Education of the Negro. 



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Class 20. 

Class 30. 

Class 31. 

Class 32.' 

Class .33. 

ejass 34. 



GROUP 11 
EDUCATION OF THE SUBNORMAL 

Education of defectives and delinquents. 
Institutions for the blind, publications for the blind. 
■InstitutiDiisfor the deuf-^nd dumb. "* '_ ' ' 

-Institutions for "the feebie'ininded. 
Special schools for cripples. 
Open-air schools for tubercular childje^i etc. 



Management, methods, courses of study, results. 
Spesial appliances for instruction. 
Legislation, organization, statistics. 
Buildings: plans and models. 

- - GROUP 12 - ' 

SPECIAL FORMS OF EDUCATION, TEXT BOOKS, SCHOOL FURNITURE AND SCHOOL 

APPLIANCES 

Summer schools. 

Extension courses; popular lectures and people's institutes; correspondence schools. 
Scientific institutions, societies and associations; scientific expeditions, and investi- 
gations. 
Educational publications, text books, etc. 
School furniture, school appliances." 

GROUP 13 
PHYSICAL TRAINING OF THE CHILD AND ADULT 

Lectures and conventions, physiology and hygiene of exercise, anthropometry, 



Class 35, 
Class 30, 
Class 37, 

Class 38, 
Class 39, 



Class 40. 



school games, school exercises, theory of physical training, etc 
Class 41. Exhibits of work, photographs and plans of gymnasiums, fields, classes^ teams, etc. 
Class 42. Exhibits of class work illustrative of school work, systems of gymnastics, etc. 



GROUP 6 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 

State of California. Av. B, bet. 4th & 5th 

Sts. Out-of-door education. 
Friction Transfer Pattern Company, The, New 

York, N. Y. Education vocational schools. 

V. I., 2nd St., bet. Avs. C & D. 
State of Illinois. Av. B & 3rd St. State 

educational exhibit. 
Gary Public Schools. Gary, Ind. Wider use 

of the schools. Av. B and 4th St. 
Indiana Educational Committee. Indianapolis, 

Ind. 4th St., bet. Avs. A & B. 
McCormick, Elizabeth Memorial Fund. 

Chicago, 111. Av. C, bet. 4th & 5th Sts. 
State Board of Education. Salem, Ore. Rural 

System. Cor. Av. A and 5th St. 
State of Arkansas. Education 20 years ago 

and today. 2nd St., bet. Avs. B & C. 

GROUP 7 
HIGHER EDUCATION 
American Library Association. Chicago, III 
Av. A, bet. 3rd & 4th Sts. Librarv Equip- 
ment, growth of public and institutional 
libraries, aids for establishing libraries, 
etc. A national organization, established 
in 1876, to promote the welfare of libraries 
in America. Headquarters, 78-E Wash- 
ington St., Chicago. 

Carnegie Institution of Washington. Wash- 
ington, D. C. Av. C, bet. 4th & 5th Sts. 
Scientific research. Exhibits consisting of 
publications, transparencies, models, photo- 
graphs, drawings and diagrams represent- 
ing work of ten departments of research. 

Education, Board of. St. Louis, Mo. 3rd 
St., bet, Avs A & B. 

^^"'il' J^® ^- ^■' ^'^^"c School of the 
Field Museum of Natural History. Chicago 
111. Av. A, bet. 3rd & 4th Sts. 

Massachusetts. Collective exhibit of photo- 
graphs from following. Av. C, bet. 5th & 
0th Sts.: 



Amherst College, Amherst. 

Boston College, Boston. 

Boston University, Boston. 

Clark College, Worcester. 

Clark University, Worcester. 

Harvard University, Cambridge. 

Holy Cross College, Worcester. . 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
Boston. 

Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley. 

Radcliffe College, Cambridge. 

Simmons College, Boston. 

Smith College, Northampton. 

Tufts College, Medford. 

Wellesley College, Wellesley. 

Wheaton College, Norton. 

Williams College, Williamstown. 

Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester. 
Smith College. Northampton, Mass. Higher 

Education of Women. Av. A7 and 4th St. 
State of Wisconsin. State and LTniversity 

Extension. Av. B, bet. 5th & 6th Sts. 

St. Louis, Missouri. Educational Museum. 
3rd St., bet. Avs. A & B. 

The University of the State of New York, 

State Education Department, Albany. Cor. 

Av. C & 3rd St. Centralization of the 

state educational system. 
U. S. Steel Corporation and Subsidiary Co's. 

New York. Collective. Ed. Ex. Min. Pal. 

GROUP S 
SPECIAL EDUCATION IN FINE ARTS 

Board of Education, Oakland, Cal. Education 
in music in the public schools including 
chorals, orchestras and bands. 

Commission on Fine, Applied and Manual 
Arts Education, San Francisco, Cal. Ex- 
hibit on Fine. Applied and Manual Arts 
education gathered from schools in the 
United States. 

High and Endowed Schools. San Francisco, 
Cal. Art Room. 6th St. and Av. B. 



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GROUP 9 
SPECIAL EDUCATION IN AGRICULTURE 
Agricultural Coaiege, Logan, Utah; The State 
at large, -:the: college campus. Sfd St. & Av. 

B. ..■ .... - ■■ ^•.■^.■■- - ■ " ' 

Hough Company,. Rofmeyh B., Lowville, N. Y. 

Aids In study of woods and trees. 5th St. 
and North Wall of Pal. "American 
Woods "^^-a publication illustrated by speci- 
mens. ''Handbook of Trees," photo-de- 

' ^criptive, mounts of woods for lantern and 
microsope. Pictures in tree studies. Wood- 
en cross'-sectton cards. 

International Harvester Co. of America, 
Chicago, U. S. A. Agr. Pal. 4th St., bet. 
Avs. B & , C. Agricultural education in 
the elementary and secondary schools; 
Boys' and Girls' Agricultural Clubs; Agri- 
cultural colleges and departments, . experi- 
ment stations, instruction in forestry, me- 
thods and results. , , 

State of -Iowa. Agricultural education. 4th 
St., bet. Avs. A & B. 

United States Department of Agriculture, 
Washington, D. C. Collective Exhibit on 
Agnculturai Education. Av. B, bet. 3rd & 
4th Sts. College of Agriculture of the 
University of Cal., Berkeley, O'al. ; College 
of Agriculture of the University Of Illinois, 
Urbana, 111.; Iowa State College of Agri- 
culture and Mechanic Arts, Ames, Iowa ; 
Kansas State Agricultural College, Manhat- 
tan, Kan.; Louisiana State University and 
Agricultural and Mechanical College, Ba- 
ton Rouge, La.; Massachusetts Agricultural 
College, Amherst, Mass. ; College of Agri- 
culture of the University of Minnesota 
Iniversity Farm, St. Paul, Minn.; Col- 
lege of Agriculture of the Universitv of 
Missouri, Columbia, Mo. ; Rutgers College, 
the New Jersey State College for the Bene- 
fit of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, NeAv 
Brunswick, N. J.; New York State Col- 
lege of Agriculture, Ithaca, N. Y. ; Oregon 
State Agricultural College, Corvallis, Ore. ; 
Institution of Animal Nutrition of the 
Pennsylvania State College, State College, 
Pa.; The Clemson Agricultural College of 
South Carolina. Clemson College, S C • 
South Dakota State College of Agriculture 
and Mechanic Arts, Brookings, S D • The 
Agricultural College of Utah, Logan, Utah • 
College of Agriculture of the University of 
Vermont, Burlington, Vt. ; College of Agri- 
culture of the University of Wisconsin, 
Madison, Wisconsin. 

GROUP 10 
SPECIAL EDUCATION IN COMMERCE 

AND INDUSTRY 
Standard Commercial School, San Francisco, 
t/al. Commercial education. 6th St. & Av. 

Gregg Publishing Company. 

Palmer Company, A. N, 

Remington Typewriter Company. 

Yawman-Erbe Company. 

Thirty students will be given a six months 
course in stenography, bookkeeping, type- 
writing and salesmanship. School term : 
April to October. Location: Main East 
Entrance. 

GROUP 10-A 
Massachusetts. State-aided Vocational Schools 
and Textile Schools. Av. C, bet. 5th & 
6th Sts. 

Ashfield, Vocational, Agricultural Dept. 
Sanderson Academy. Pictures of pupils' 
work. 



Beverly Independent Industrial School. 
Pictures of pupils* work, charts, product. 

Boston Day Industrial Schooi Pictures 
of pupils' work, course of 's^tyiffyi P^^O" 
duct. 

Boston Trade School for Girls. Pictures 
of pupils' work, product. 

Brlnfield^ Vdcatibnai; Agricultural " Dept. 
.HltchcSclg'iFree Acaderiiy.- Pictures of 
pupils.v:#<5rk.- ," . 

Bristol County Agricu.ltur|kl. School, ..Seg- 
regahset. ' Pictures of pupils' work. 

Concord, Vocational Agricultural Dept. 
High School. Pictures of pupils' work. 

Essex County AgricuUural Sptiopl,. IJaw- 

r'thorne. .Pictures of pupils' work. ,- 

iladley. Vocational Agricultural -Dept. Hop- 
kins. Academy,' Pictures of pupils' work. 

Harwich, "Vocational tAgricultural Dept. 
High School.. Pictures of pupils' work. 

Holyoke, 'VoCUtional Sclrool. PicthtfeS of 
pupils' work. 

Lowell Vocational School. Pictures ' of 
pupils' work. 

Marlborough Vocational Agricultural Ddpt. 
High School. : Pictures of pupils' work. 

New Bedford Independent Industrial School. 
Pictures of pupils' work, product. 

Newton Vocational School. Charts, pic- 
tures of pupils' work, product. 

Smith's Agricultural School and Northamp- 
ton School of Industries. Pictures of 
pupil's work. . _ . , . 

North Easton Vocational Agricultural Dept. 
High School. Pictures of pupils' work. 

Petersham Vocational Agricultural Dept. 
High School. Pictures of pupils' work. 

Quincy Industrial School. Charts, pictures 
of pupils' work, product. 

Somerville Vocational School for Boys. 
Picture of pupils' work. 

Somerville Vocational School for , Girls. 
Cliarts, pictures of pupils' work, pro- 
duct. , ., , 

Westfield Trade School. Pictures of pupils 
work. 

Worcester Boys' Trade School. Picture of 
pupils' work, product. 

Worcester Girls' Trade School. Pictures 
of pupils' work, product. 

Boston Evening Industrial School, Dear- 
born School, Roxbury. Pictures of pupils' 
work, product. 

Boston Evening Practical Arts Courses, 
Warren School, Charlestown. Pictures of 
pupils' work. 

Boston Evening Practical Arts Courses, 
Washington Allston School. Pictures of 
pupils' work. 

Holyoke Independent Evening Industrial 
School. Pictures of pupils' work. 

Lawrence Independent Evening Industrial 
School. Pictures of pupils' work, pro- 
duct. 

North Attleborough Independent Evening 
Industrial School. Pictures of pupils' 
work. 

Quincy Independent Evening Industrial 
School. Pictures of pupils' work. 

Taunton Independent Evening Industrial 
School. Pictures of pupils' work. 

WakejBeld Independent Evening Industrial 
School. Pictures of pupils' work. 

Bradford Durfee Textile School, Fall River. 
Charts, pictures of pupils' work, pro- 
duct, course of study. 

Lowell Textile School. Cliarts, course of 
study, pictures of pupils' work, product. 

Massachusetts Board of Education. Ad- 
ministration, charts, maps, models, re- 
ports, statistics and slides. 

Massachusetts Nautical School. Charts, 
course of study, maps, pictures of pupils' 
work. 



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DfiiPAiRTMENT 6t EDUCATION 



GROUP 11; 
ttileWild,, vmt. The Atypibal child. Av, C. 
bet. 4th & 5th Sis. 

GkOUP 12 

SPBCIAL FORMS 0^ JBDUCATION, TEXT 

BOOKS, SCHOOL FUBNITURE AND 

SCrtOOL APPLIANCES 

American Crayvh Co., The, Sandusky, O. Art 
ekhibition of crayon dra\i'ings. Av. B & 
0th St. The pioneer crayon mfrs, estab- 
lished 183D. Makers of Waltham and Em- 
pire brands \frhite and enahlel black board 
crayons, Hygieia Dustless Crayons, Pas- 
tello, Crayograph, Crdyonart, drjiwing 
crayons. Marking, checking, lumber, tailors', 
i-ailroad and carpenters' crayons. 

Andrews tJo,, A. tt., Chicago, 111. Mfrs. 
chairs for theaters and churches, school 
desks, furniture and appliances. San 
Francisco Branch, 728 Mission St, 

Binney ft Smith Co., New York City. Ci-ay- 
ons, etc. 5th St., and North Wall of Pal. 

Coleman, Rfebrge A., 1635 C^dar St., Berkeley, 
Cal. Av. A and 4th St., North Entrance 
No. 3. Observation Bee Hives, Bees and 
Queens. Bee Books, Be6 Keepers Supplies 
(A. I. Root), Nature Study Books and Sup- 
plies. 

Milton Bradley, Boston, Mass. School Sup- 
piles. 5th St. and North Wall of Pal 

Brigham, Miss Louise, New York, N. Y. 
Furnished rooms equipments. 6th St. and 
Av. E. 

Manuel D. Christinides, New York. Method 
of teaching English to Immigrants. 5th 
St. and North Wall of Pal. 

Glnn & Co., Boston, Mass. Publishers. 5th 
St., Av. A. School and college textbooks. 

International Harvester Co. of America, 
Chicago, U. S. A. Agr. Pal. 4th St., bet. 
Avs. B & C. Extension courses, popular 
lectures and people's institutes, correspond- 
ence schools. 

Laird & Lee, Chicago, 111. Publisliers. 5th 
St. and North Wall, of Pal. Dictionaries, 
etc. 

^®rTu°"a.* ^°," -v^®^ ^''''^ C"y- Publishers, 
oth St. and ^orth AVall of Pal. Educa- 
tiorial publications. 

Palmer Co., The A. N., New York City. 

Penmanship. 5th St. and North Wall of 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., NeW York. N Y 

V. I. Pal 1st St. Av. D, 2nd St. & "Av! 
E. Educational publications relative to the 
operation of sewing machines. 
Victor Talking Machine, Camden, N. J. Pho- 
nographs Lib Ar Pal. Av. C, 4th & 5th 
Sts. Talking Machines. 

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PHILIPPINE 
ISLANDS. BUREAU OF EDUCATION 

MANILA. 
^^Location: First Street, between Avs. A 

GROUP 5 

Written work charts, motion pictures, 
photographs, statistics, system: 

Luzon, Mindanao, Cebu, Leyte, Samar, 
Negros, Panay, Palawan, Bohol, Romblon, 
Masbato, Batanes, Mindoro. 
Model building, unit system construction: 

Kawit, Cavite. 

Philippine publitf school ^§3^'st em 

Bureau of education, y^n^la, '' 



GROUP 6 

Written work, charts, nibtion pictures, 
t)hotographs, statistics, ctirricUla : 

Philippine Normal School, Manila, 

Written work, charts, statistics : 

Cagayah High School, Tugttegarao, Ca^A- 
yan. , ^ 

llocos Noi-te High Sfefcool, Laoftg, Ilocos 
Norte. 

llocos Siir High School, Vigftn,I10fcos Sur. 

Bangiied High School, Abra, Bahgiied. 

La Union High School, San Fernando, La 
Union. 

Niifeva Vizcaya High School, Bayombong, 
Nueva VizcAya. 

Pangasinah High School, Lingtkyene, Pan- 
gasinan. 

Tarlac High School, Tairlac, Tarlac. 

Pampanga High School, San Fernando, 
Pampanga. 

Bulacan High School, Malolos, Bulacan. 

Bataan High School, Balanga, Bataan. 

Rizal High School, Pasig, Rizal. 

Laguna High Schol, Santa Cruz, Laguna. 

Tayabas High School, Lucena, Tayabas. 

Batartgas High School, Batangas, Batan- 
gas. 

Zambales High School. Iba, Zambales. 

Nueva Ecija High School, San Isidro, 
Nueva Kcija. 

Cavite High School, Cavite, Cavite. 

Sorsogon High School, Sorsogon, Sorsogon. 

Albay High School, Albay, Albay. 

Camarines High School, Naga, Camarines. 

Samar High School, Catbalogan, Samar, 

Leyte High School, Tacloban, Leyte. 

Cebu High School, Cebu, Cebu. 

Iloilo High School, Iloilo, Iloilo. 

Capiz High School. Capiz, C'apiz. 

Antique High School, San Jose, Antique. 

Occidental Negros High School, Bacolod, 
Occidental Negros. 

Oriental Negros High School, Dumaguete, 
Oriental Negros. 

Bohol High School. Tagbilaran, Bohol. 

Surigao High School. Surigao, Surigao. 

Misamis High School, Cagayan de Misa- 
niis. 

Manila High School, Manila, 

Isabela High School, Iligan, Isabela, 

Mindoro High School, Calapan, Mindoro. 

Palawan High School, Cuj'e, Palawan. 

Libraries: 

Tayabas High School and high schools 
listed above, and three hundred intermediate 
schools. 

Museums: 

Bureau of Education, Manila. 

Philippine School of Commerce, Manila ; 
museums in provincial capitals listed in this 
group. 

GROUP 7 

Publications, photographs, chart: 

The University of the Philippines, Manila. 

GROUP 8 
Drawings : 

Philippine School of Arts and Trades, 
Manila. 

GROUP 9 
Photographs, charts, statistics, courses: 
Datac Farm School, Datac, Ilocos Norte. 
Central Luzon Agricultural School, Mu- 
noz, Nueva Ecija. 

Santa Maria Farm School, Santa Maria, 
Ilocos Sur. 

Indang Farm School, Indang, Cavite. 

Guinobatan Farm School, Guinobatan, Al- 
bay. 

Iba Farm School, Iba, Zambales. 

Tacloban Farm School, Tacloban, Leyte. 
and other special agricultural schools. 



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GROUP 10 
Written woi*k, photo^rajphs, curricula : 
Philippine School of Comnierfce, Manila. 

GROUP 10-A 
Curricula, charts, statistics, articles, pho- 
tographs, motion pictures: 
Islands entered in Group 5. 

GROUP 32 
Photographs, courses, publications, charts, 
statistics: 



Philippine formal School and vacation 
assemblies held ftt provincial capitals listed 
under Grbtip 6. 

Educational publications, textbooks : 

Blireau of Education, Manila. 

GROUP 13 
Photographs, charts, statistics, publica- 
tions, motion pictures: 

Islands entered in Group 5. 



State Extiibits 



Education State of Uta& 

State of Utah — Co-operation and consolidation 
made easily possible by the settlement of 
the state by towns. A closely knit School 
system distributing its advantaged brdadly. 
8rd St. and Av. B. 

Group 9: Agricultural College, Logan, Utah. 

The State at Large, the College Campus. 

Group 6: Granite, Jordan, Box Elder and 



other consoliclated school districts. The 

efficiency and economy of consolidation. 
Group 6: Ogden, Utah. School work and 

the industries of the city correlated. 
Group 13: Salt Lake City, Utah. The 

concern of the schools for the pupils 

physical welfare. 
Group 7: University of Utah, Salt Lake 

City. The educational opportunity in the 

great natural resources of the state. 



Foreign Section 



Argentine. Av. C, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. Col- 
lective educational exhibit. 

Bepublic of China. Both sides of 2nd St., 
bet. Avs. A & C. Collective educational 
exhibit. 

"Uraguay. Av. B, bet. 5th & 6th Sts. Col- 
lective exhibit on education. 

JAPAN 

GROUP G 
Monbusho — Historical explanation of period 
when Commodore Perry arrived at Japan. 
Photos of school conducted by Americans 
in Japan. Educational statistics. 

GROUP 7 
Kyushu Teikoku Daigaku — Photographs and 

diagrams. 
Tokyo Teikoku Diagaku— Photographs and 

rules of Imperial University. 

GROUP 8 

Ishikawakenritsu Kogyo Gakko — Porcelain 
and other work. 

Toyamakenritsu Kogyo Gakko— Sculpture and 
other work. 

Shiritsu Joshi Bijutsugakko — Japanese paint- 
ing, oil painting, knitting, embroideries and 
sewing. 

Shiritsu Osaka Kogyo Gakko — Students' work 
and models. 

Shiritsu Nippon Joshi Daigakko — Photographs 
and diagrams. 

Shiritsu Kyoritsu Joshi Shokugyo Gakko — 
Dress, furniture, ornaments. 

Shiritsu Nogoya Shogyo Gakko — Photos and 
students' work. 

Sagakenritsu Arita Kogyo Gakko — Porcelains 
and other work. 

Tokyo Joshi Koto Shihan Gakko— Students' 
work and photos. 

Tokyo Koto Kogyo Gakko — Model of present 
Japanese house. Dyed fabrics and porce- 
lain. 

Tokyo Bijutsu Gakko — Japanese picture, de- 
signs, lacquer. 



Tokyo Furitsu Kogei Gakko — Furniture and 
ornaments. 

Wakayamenken Kuxoye Choritus Shiki Gakko 
- — Lacquer ware. 

Tokyo Furitsu Shokko Gakko — Furniture and 
photograph. 

Tokyo Furitsu Shokusen Gakko — Dyed cot- 
ton fabric. 

Tohoku Teikoku Daigaku Noka Diagaku — 
Models and photographs showing the de- 
velopment of the college of agriculture. 

Uyeda Sanshi Senmongakko — Pictures show- 
ing spinning and silk worm, silk, cocoon and 
eggs. 

Aichikenritsu Norin Gakko — Model school, 
model of forest, specimen of forest pro- 
ducts. 

Nigatakenritsu Nobu Suisangakko — Models of 
fishery apparatus, canned goods, diagrams, 
photos. 

GROUP 10 

Kyoto Shiritsu Bijutsu Mogei Gakko — Stud- 
ents' work. 

Kyotofuritsu Daiichi Koto Jogakko — Students' 
work. 

Kyotofuritsu Daiichi Koto Jogakko — Students' 
work. 

Shiritsu Joshi Eigaku Juku — Students' work, 
diagrams. 

Tokyo shi Sakamoto Jinjo Shogakko— Students' 
work. 

TOkyofu Aoyama Shihan Gakko — System of 
teaching and drilling students, work of the 
students. 

Kyoto Koto Kogei Gakko — Process of mak- 
ing "Yuzen" fabrics, the designs. 

Tokyo Koto Shihan Gakko — Photograph of 
school. 

GROUP 12 

Tokyo Mo Gakko — Photo of raised type text 
books. 

Tokyo Moa Gakko — Text book system of 
teaching. 

Tokyofu Daiichi Chugakko— ^Text books, 
students' work, photographs. 




Official Catalogue of 
Exhibitors 



Panama - Pacific International Exposition 

San Franciscot California, i9t5 

^^.^a CHARLES C MOQRE 

President 



Director -in -Chief 
FREDERICK J, V. SKIFF 



-03f*V.J!> -.-■ 



Division of Exhibits 

ASHER CARTER BAKER, Director 

Department C 

SOCIAL ECONOMY 

ALVIN E. POPE, Chief 



Preliminary Edition 



Published for the Division of Exhibits by 

The Wahlgreen Company, Official Publishers 
San Francisco, J9J5 



SOCIAL ECONOMY 
Official Catalogue Department C 



CLASSIFICATION OF EXHIBITS 



Agencies for the Study, Investigation and Better- 
ment of Social and Economic Conditions 

Economic Resources and Organizations 

Demography, Eugenics 

Hygiene 

Alcohol, Drugs and Tobacco 

Labor 

Co-operative Institutions 

Banks and Provident Institutions 

Charities and Correction 

Preparation, Enactment and Enforcement of Legis- 
lation 

Nomination and Election Systems 

Public Utilities and Their Regulation 

Municipal Advancement 

Recreation 



HOW TO LOCATE AN EXHIBIT 

The Palace of Social Economy is laid out in blocks, which are 
consecutively numbered from 1 to 34, inclusive, as shown on the 
floor plan. The aisles are designated as streets (First to Sixth),, 
running- north to south, and as avenues (A to E), from east to west. 
To locate an exhibitor refer to the name, alphabetically arranged 
under the exhibit group to which each belongs in the official classi- 
fication, and note the aisles location following each name. Street 
and Avenue signs are erected at their intersection on the corners of 
all blocks. 

All Exhibits entered in this Catalogue are located in the Palace 
of Social Economy, unless otherwise indicated after the entry. The 
following are abbreviations used in this Catalogue to designate other 
Exhibit Palaces: 

Fine Arts Palace Fn. A. Pal. 

Education Palace Ed. Pal. 

Liberal Arts Palace Lb. A. Pal. 

Manufactures Palace Mfr. Pal. 

Varied Industries Palace V. I. Pal. 

Machinery Palace Mch. Pal. 

Transportation Palace Trns. Pal. 

Agriculture Palace Agr. Pal. 

Food Products Palace Fd. Pr. Pal. 

Live Stock Palace Lv. St. Pal. 

Horticulture Palace Hor. Pal. 

Mines and Metallurgy Palace Min. Pal. 



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DEPARTMENT OF 30CIAL ECONOMY 

Official Classification of 
Exhibits 

GROUP 14 
AGENCIES FOB THE STUDY, INVESTIGATION AND BETTERMENT OF SOCIAL ANI> 

ECONOMIC CONDITIONS 

Public bureaus, offices, comiuis^ions, etc. 

Societies: humane, institutional, church and other. Private agencies, commercial 

organizations, museums, etc. 
Economic and social reform associations, special educational agencies, literature, 

congresses. 
Surveys and special community investigations. 

GROUP 15 
ECONOMIC RESOURCES AND ORGANIZATIONS 

Class 47. Physical resources and characteristics, location and organization of industrial 
enterprises, general industrial statistics. Governmental promotion of industry. 
Class 48. Conservation of national resources. 



Class 48. 
Class 44. 



Class 45. 
Class 40. 



Class 49. 



Class 50. 
Class 51. 



Class 52. 

Class 58. 

Class 54. 

Class 55. 

Class 50. 

Class 57. 

Class 58. 

Class 59. 

Class GO. 



Class Gl. 

Class 62. 

Class 63. 

Class 64. 

Class 65. 

Class 66. 

Class 67. 

Class 68. 



Class 69. 
Class 70. 
Class 71. 
Class 72. 



Class 73. 

Hass 74. 

Class 75. 

Class 76. 



Class 77. 

Class 78. 

Class 79. 

Class SO. 



GROUP 16 
DEMOGRAPHY, EUGENICS 

characteristics and movement of population; 



statistical methods. 



Composition 
machines and appliances employed. 

Immigration. 

Eugenics. 

GROUP 17 
HYGIENE 

Vital statistics. 

Growth and nutrition, food. 

Hygiene of infancy and childhood. 

Communicable diseases. 

State and municipal hygiene, public-health work and health laboratories. 

Care of the sick, nursing. Care of defectives. Life saving. 

Industrial hygiene, occupational diseases. 

Special hygiene: traffic and transportation, military, naval, tropic, mental, sex, 
dental. 

Educational publicity. 

GROUP 18 
ALCOHOL, DRUGS AND TOBACCO 

Physiological and other effects of alcohol, drugs and tobacco. Statistics of con- 
sumption and economic cost. Organized efforts for lessening intemperance and 
use of drugs and tobacco. 

Legal regulation of trade in liquor, di'ugs and tobacco. Private and public manage- 
ment of liquor trade. 

GROUP 19 
LABOR 

Regulation and inspection of factories, mines and other work. Woman and child, 
labor. 

Organization of employees. Organization of employers. 

Systems of industrial remuneration. Wages and cost of living. 

Industrial disputes and their settlement. Statistics of unemployment, treatment 
of unemployed. 

Statistics of industrial accidents and means for prevention. Employers' liability. 
Workmen's compensation. 

Welfare work, 

GROUP 20 
CO-OPERATIVE INSTITUTIONS 

Co-operative societies for production and distribution. 

Co-operative credit and banking institutions, rural credit systems. 

Co-operative building societies. 

Co-operative agricultural societies. 

GROUP 21 
BANKS AND PROVIDENT INSTITUTIONS 

National, state and private banks; loan and trust companies. 
Savings banks, postal savings banks, provident savings and loan institutions. 
Insurance: life, fraternal,_ accident, fire, marine, fidelity, and other forms. 
Social insurance. Retirement provisions for public employees. 

GROUP 22 
CHARITIES AND CORRECTION 

Care of dependent and neglected children. 

Institutional care of destitute adults. Institutional care of defectives. 

Relief of needy families in their homes. 

Preventive social work. Supervisory and educational movements. 



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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



Class 81. Statistics of crime. Identification of criminals. 

Class 82. Prisons, jails, work-houses, lock-ups. Prison labor, peonage. 

Class S3. Reformatories ; education of delinquents. 

Class 84. The juvenile offender. Defective delinquents. 

Class 85. Indeterminate sentence, probation and parole. Aid and relief. 

GROUP 23 
PREPARATION, ENACTMENT AND ENFORCEMENT OF LEGISLATION 

Class 86. Legislative reference bureaus, commissions, etc. Operation of initiative, referendum 
and recall. Results of efforts for uniform state and municipal legislation. Police 
systems and police administration. Courts^ Reform in court procedure. 

GROUP 24 
NOMINATION AND ELECTION SYSTEMS 

Class 87. Qalifications of voters. Party organization. Nomination and election systems. 
Australian ballot, short ballot, voting machines. Restrictions and publicity of 
election expenditures. Corrupt practice legislation. 

GROUP 25 
PUBLIC UTILITIES AND THEIR REGULATION 

State, municipally and privately owned utilities. Public service commissions. 
GROUP 26 
MUNICIPAL ADVANCEMENT 
Municipal statistics. 

Local government and the State. Charters. Systems of government. 
Municipal activities; methods, instrumentalities and results. 
Public and private agencies for promoting economy and efficiency. 

GROUP 27 
Town and city planning. Housing. 

GROUP 28 
RECREATION 



Class 88. 



Class 89. 
Class 90. 
Class 91. 
Class 92. 



Class 93. 



Class 94. 



Parks, playgrounds and recreation centers, 
beaches. Utilization of school house as 
Commercial recreation. 



Baths, swimming pools and bathing 
social center. Public entertainments. 



GROUP 14. 

AGENCIES FOR THE STUDY, INVESTI- 
GATION AND BETTERMENT OF SO- 
CIAL AND ECONOMIC CONDITIONS. 

Federal Council of Churches, San Francisco, 
Cal. Coll. Exh. on religious education. Av. 
D to South Wall of Pal., bet. 1st & 2nd Sts. 

Buddhist Churches in America. Oceana, Cal. 
N. S. West Ent. No. 10 & 1st St. 

Civic Center League, Los Angeles, Cal. Uni- 
fied Social Center Exhibit. Av. C, bet. 5th 
& 0th Sts. "The Rural Social Center with 
genesis of the Social Center at Rochester," 
by Mr. E. J. Ward, for Wisconsin; "Ex- 
tent and Variety of Wider Use," by Dr. 
E. W. Still, for New York; "Recreation 
Center in High Schools with Cultural As- 
pects," by Mrs. Eva White for Boston; 
"Recreational use of School Houses under 
Teacher Management," by Mr. J. D. Shoop, 
for Chicago; "An intensive recreational use 
of school buildings with club-like char- 
acteristics in the material equipment of 
the centers," by O. A. Berg for Mil- 
waukee; "A school plant constructed for 
wider use and a school system favoring 
social and recreational work," by Supt. 
Wm. A. Wirt, for Gary; "The high school 
as an Art Center," by Supt. J. T. Giles, 
for Richmond, Indiana; "School archi- 
tecture designed for social center uses and 
school orchestras for community use, and 
use of school buildings for political meet- 
ings and balloting," by Supt. A. C. Bark- 
er, for Oakland, Cal.; "The Civic Center 
and Civic Education of Immigrants," by 
Mr. C. C. Kelso, for Los Angeles; "How to 
begin Social Center Development," by Mr. 
E. B. de Groot, for San Francisco; "The 
Suburban Social Center," by Wm. Kent; 
"School Equipment for Social Centers," 
by Mr. Dwight H. Perkins, for Chicago; 
"Rural Social Centers on the Pacific 



Coast," by Mr. C. C. Thomassen, for 

Olympia, Washington; "A Typical High 

School Social Center," Walter Nagle, Sec. 

Chamber of Commerce, for Santa Rosa, Cal. 
Christian Science Publishing Society, The. 

Boston, U. S. A. Publications. Ed. Pal., 

cor. 2nd St. & Av. D. 
Council of Jewish Women, The. Headquar- 
ters 3437, Kansas City, Mo. 6th St. bet. 

Avs, D & C. 
Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society. 

Berkeley, Cal. Av. D, bet. Isk & 2nd Sts. 

Missionary work. 
Hoffman, Mrs. F. Burrall, Washington, D. C. 

Catholic Cathedral exhibit. 5th St. op, Av. 

D. 
Joint Board of Sanitary Control. New York, 

N. Y. Welfare work. Av. D, bet. 5th & 

6th Sts. 
Liberty Bell Bird Club, Philadelphia, Pa. 

An association for the protection of all 

song and insectivorous birds. Membership 

and button free. 
Rosicrucian Fellowship. Headquarters, Ocean- 
side, Cal. Pal. of Ed, & Social E., Blk. 

12, nr. W. En. No. 10. 
Theosophical Society. Los Angeles, Cal. No. 

side W. Ent. No. 10 & 1st St. Theosophy. 
Unitarian Church, First, Education Bldg., 

Rel. educational. 1st St., nr. So. Side W. 

Ent. No. 10. 
U, S, Steel Corpn, & Subsid, Cos. New York, 

Collective Sec. & Economic Exh, Mines Pal, 

GROUP 16. 
Carnegie Institution of Washington, Wash- 
ington, D. C. Av. C, bet. 4th & 5th Sts. 
Scientific research. Exhibits consisting of 
publications, transparencies, models, photo- 
graphs, drawings and diagrams represent- 
ing work of ten departments of research. 



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ChristiDides, Manual D. New York, N. Y. 

Teaching to innnigvants. 
The Bace Betterment Foundation. Battl« 

Crwk, Mich. Race methods. Av. C & Grd.St. 

GROUP 17. 

ArequipA Sanitorium & Pottery. Fairfax, 
Marin Co., Cal. Care tuberculous. Av. E 
& 3rd St. 

Barrett Mfg. Co. Frankford, Phil. Disinfec- 
^tans. Mill. Pal., 7th St., bet Avs. C & D. 

Bureau of Health for the Philippine Islands. 
Manila. Tropical Hvgiene. Av. E, het. 
:5rd & 4th Sts. 

Boston, Massachusetts. Medical inspection 
of public schools. Av. C, bet. 5th & 6th Sts. 

California State Board of Health. Sacramen- 
to, Cal. Tuberculosis. .3rd St., nr. Av. E. 

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department 
of Health. Av. D, bet. 4th & ,'th Sts. 

Mouth Hygiene Association of America, San 
Francisco, Cal. Physicians Bldg. Av. E & 
4th St. Mouth hygiene. 

American Social Hygiene Association, New 
York, N. Y. 4tb St. & Av. D. Social hygiene. 

American Medical Association, New York, N. 
Y. 4th St., bet. Avs. D & E. Educational 
work in personal hygiene, patent medicine, 
quack doctors and fake medical schools. 

Board of Health of Baltimore, Md. 3rd St., 
bet. Avs. D & E. Sanitation, city high 
pressure water system and sewage dis- 
posal system. 

Cuban Government, Havana, Cuba. Both 

sides of main west entrance 11th and 2nd 

Sts. Tropical diseases. 
Massachusetts. Quarantine. Av. C, bet. 5th 

& Gth Sts. 
New York State Dept. of Health, Albany, N. 

Y. Health education. Av. D, bet. 3rd & 

4th Sts. 

Rockefeller Foundation, International Health 
Com. New York City. Hookworm. 4th St., 
bet. Avs. D & E. Hookworm diseases, life- 
size models of persons afflicted, male and 
female hookworms, embryos, eggs, greatly 
enlarged, embryos passing through skin, 
hookworms attached to intestine; transpa- 
rencies, photographs. 

Workmen's Compensation Service Bureau'. 
New York City. Liability. Pal. Mines, 2nd 
St., bet. D & C. 

GROUP 18 
Anti-Saloon League of America. Westerville, 
Ohio. Publishing interests. 5th St. & Av. 
E. Effects of alcohol; methods of work. 
(Exhibit of Scientific Temperance Federa- 
tion.) 

Prohibition National Committee. Chicago, HI. 
Anti-liouor display. Ed. Pal., 1st St., bet. 
Avs. D & E. 5,000,000 Enrollment Head- 
quarters. Liquor traffic in politics pictured. 
Harley H. Gill and David H. Gill in charge. 

World's Woman's Christian Temperance 
Union. London, England. Av. D & Srd St. 
National Woman's Christian Temperance 
Union, Evanston. 111. Physiological effects 
of alcohol and other habit-forming drugs. 

GROUP 19 
American Federation of Labor. Washington, 

D. C. Social welfare. Gth St., bet. Avs.C&D. 
Ford Motor Company. Detroit, Mich. Welfare 

work. S. E. Sec. Mines Bldg., 3rd St., bet. 

Avs. D & C. 
International Harvester Company of America. 

Chicago, U. S. A. Agr. Pal., 4th St., bet. 



Avs. B & C. Regulation and inspection of 
factories, statistics of industrial accidents 
and means for prevention, employer's lia- 
bility, welfare work. 

National Consumers' League. New York. La- 
bor. Av. D, bet. 5th & Gth Sts. 

United States Steel Corpn. & Subsid. Cos. 

New York. Col. accident prevention. Mines 
Pal. 

National Child Labor Committee, New York, 
N. Y. Gth St. and Av. D. Child labor and 

its results. 

Industrial Accident Commission of California, 
San Francisco, Cal. Accident prevention 
work. 2nd St. & Av. D, Min. Pal. 

GROUP 21 
BANKS AND PROVIDENT INSTITUTIONS 

Aetna Life Insurance Co. Hartford, Conn. 
Mines Bldti-., A v. 1) & 2nd St. Safety ap- 
Ijliances. 

Collective Insurance and Universal Safety 
Exhibit. S. E. Sec, Mines Bldg., 1st St, 
A v. B. 

Hartford Fire Insurance Company. Hartford, 
Conn. Mines Bldg., Av. CI & 1st St. Fire 
prevention and protection. 

International Harvester Company of America. 
Chicago, U. S. A. Agr. Pal., 4th St., bet. 
Avs. B & C. Social instirance, retirement 
provisions for piiblic employes. 

Maryland Casualty Company. Baltimore, Md. 
Insurance bonding. Av. B & 2nd St., Pal. 
of Mines. 

Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, New 
York, N. Y. Exhibit of welfare work for 
policy holders and employees. Pal of Min., 
1st St., Avs. C & D. This exhibit outlines 
various measures for safeguarding the health 
of over ten million policyholders and seven- 
ten thousand employees. Cliarts and photo- 
graphs in one division describe the visit- 
ing nurse service, the Health and Happi- 
ness League, the company's publications on 
hygiene and various forms of co-operation 
Avith health officers and other civic and 
social agencies. The charts in the second 
division outline the company's policy with 
reference to luncheons for employees, the 
Staff Savings Fund, the educational acti- 
vities, working conditions, and other fea- 
tures which operate most successfully in 
the developing an efficient and satisfied 
working staff. 

Prudential Insurance Company of America. 
Mines Bldg., S. S. Main W. Entrance & 
1st St. Relation of life insurance to pub- 
lic welfare. 

Bankers Trust Company, New York, N. Y. 
Intersection of Av. C and 3rd St. Ameri- 
can Bankers Association Travelers' Cheques. 

Internat'l Order of King's Daughters & Sons, 
Oakland, Cal. ]st St., bet. Avs. D & E. 
Pictures and literature of the order. 

Modern Woodmen of America. Rock Island. 
Mines Bldg., 2nd St., bet. Avs. C & D. Royal 
Neighbors of America and Woodmen of the 
World. Fraternal insurance. 

Workmen's Compensation Service Bureau. 
Rock Island. Mines Bldg., 2nd St., bet. 
Avs. C & D. Workmen's compensation, in- 
surance and accident prevention. 

World's Insurance Congress Events. S. E. 
Sec, Mines Bldg., 1st St. and Av. B. 

National Union Insurance Co., San Francisco, 
Cal. 2nd St. & Av. C, Min. Pal. Fraternal 
insurance. 



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GROUP 22 
CHARITIES AND CORRECTION 
New York State Dept. of Prisons. Identifica- 
tion of criminals. Av. C, bet. 3rd & 4th Sts, 

GROUP 24 
NOMINATION AND ELECTION SYSTEMS 
American Voting Machine Co. Boston, Mass. 

Voting machine. 6th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 
Congressional Union for Woman's Suffrage. 

Washington, D. C. 6th St., nr. Av. C. 

GROUP 26 
MUNICIPAL ADVANCEMENT 
Brigham, Miss Louise. New York, N. Y. 
School of manual economics. 6th St. & Av.E. 

GROUP 27 
TOWN AND CITY PLANNING. HOUSING 
Pad Portable Cons. Co. Los Angeles, Cal. 

Housing. The mine. Min. Pal. 
United States Steel Corpn. & Subsid. Cos. 

New York. Col. model housing exh. Mines 

Pal. 



GROUP 28 
RECREATION 
Girl's Friendly Society of California. S. ¥., 
Cal. .^th St., nr. Av. E. Work and progress 
of Girls' Friendly Society. 
United States Steel Corpn. & Subsid. Cos. 
New York. Col. recreation and entertain- 
ment exhibit. Mines Pal. 
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PHILIPPINE 
ISLANDS. BUREAU OF EDUCATION. 
MANILA. 
GROUP 14 
Cliarts, exhibits, publications, statistics: 
Bureau of Education, Manila. 

GROUP 15 
Exhibit, publications, statistics: 
School of Household Industries, Manila. 
Bureau of Education, Manila. 

GROUP 17 
Publications, photographs: 
Bureau of Education, Manila. 

GROUP 28 
Charts, photographs, statistics, publica- 
tions: 

Bureau of Education, Manila. 



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Panama -Pacific International Exposition 

San Franc Jscot California, J9I5 

CHARLES C MOORE 

President 



Director- in -Chief 
FREDERICK J* V. SKIFF 

Division of Exhibits 

ASHER CARTER BAKER, Director 



Department D 

LIBERAL ARTS 

THEODORE HARDEE, Chief 



Preliminary Edition 



Published for the Division of Exhibits by 

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PREFACE 



By Asher Carter Baker, Director of Exhibits 



A modern, universal exposition is an encyclopedia of man's words and ; 
works. It is a collection of the achievements and productivity of man for exam- ; 
ination by the International Jury of Awards, and constitutes a compact, classified, | 
indexed compendium of man's activity in all phases, extending to the most material 
as well as to the most refined products. It is estimated that a million objects are 
exposed in the various displays installed within the palaces, in foreign, state and 
special pavilions. To properly classify, group and arrange alphabetically all the 
exhibits of an exposition of such international scope, is a task of such magnitude 
as to make it impossible to provide a complete catalogue of these exhibits on 
opening day of the Exposition. 

This edition of the official catalogue is therefore presented preliminary to 
the revised and complete catalogue which will be issued within a few weeks, and 
to the preparation of which, in realization of its extraordinary value as a document 
of general and commercial reference, special care is being given. | 

; i 

The present volume, however, capably serves the purpose for which it is 
designed, as an early index of the infinite variety of interesting exhibits which : 
are the concrete evidences of the industrial, educational and artistic advancement • 
of the world. 

i Acknowledgment is hereby offered of the excellent co-operation received in 
the compilation of this catalogue from the Commissioners-General of participating 
nations, officers of State Commissions, individual exhibitors, and more particularly, 
the various officers of the Division of Exhibits, and the Official Catalogue Com- 
pany, publishers of the catalogue. 



UBERAL ARTS 



OFFICIAL CATALOGUE 



Department D 



TYPOGRAPHY 

BOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS 

MAPS AND APPARATUS FOR GEOGRAPHY 

MANUFACTURE OF PAPER 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

INSTRUMENTS OF PRECISION 

PHILOSOPHICAL APPARATUS 

COINS AND MEDALS 

MEDICINE AND SURGERY 

CHEMICAL AND PHARMACAL ARTS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

THEATRICAL EQUIPMENT 

ELECTRICAL METHODS COMMUNICATION 

MODELS FOR PUBLIC WORKS 

ARCHITECTURE 

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Department oiOberal Arts 

By Theodore Hardee, Chief of Department. 

The Palace of -Liberal Afts is approximately 585 feet long by 470 fipet 
wide, with walls 55 feet high, and covers nearly six acres of ground; The main 
front of the building 'jfaces the South Gardens and the> westerly end fronts -on the 
"Court of Palms" and the "Court of the Four Seasons"; the northerly wa^l'i^ 
divided from the Palate ot Agriculture by an dblong garden connecting the "Court 
of the Four Seasorre" with the grand central "Court of the Universe,'' which, with 
its wide approach from the lofty '^Tower of Jewels, "opposite the main entrance 
to the Exposition grounds, forms the northeasterly "and easterly boundaries of the 
Palace of Liberal Arts. The doiftfe in center of the Palace is 1 60 feet high and the 
tower over the southwest tornfer rises to a height of 195 feefc. Wide entrances 
at convenient intervals afford ready access-to the building and make pleasing and 
improsing effects. ■ ■^^■^:'^\ .v ..: v ^ .,- . . -.A ■''•' } 

The aisles of the Palace are designated as-aVertties (by letters) inning east 
and west, and as streets (by numbers) from north to south. Ail exhibits may thus 
be readily located by reference to the Official Catalog for this Department. ' - - 

The general schenie Tor installation of exhibits m the Palace of Liberal Arts 
provides for location of commercial and scientific exhibits from the United States 
in "industrial" groups corresponding to the Official Classification for this Depart- 
ment. The Foreign exhibits are displayed in groups according to their respective 
nationalities. The Domestic Section occupies the entire southern half and the upper 
portion of the northeastern quarter of the Palace. The Foreign Groups are located 
in the northeastern quarter. The whole northwest quarter is devoted to the United 
States Government exhibits. 

Owing to limitation of space in the Palace of Liberal Arts, the exhibits of 
Printing Presses, their processes, and kindred equipment. Road Rollers and similar 
heavy products of the Liberal Arts classification are installed in the northeast 



comer of the Palace of Machinery, where a * 'Liberal Arts Section** is established 
for this purpose. "While these exhibits are not displayed in the Palace of Liberal 
Arts, they arc listed in the Official Catalog as exhibits of Liberal Arts and are 
subject to review as such by the International Jury on Awards for the Department 
of Liberal Arts. 

The three groups composing the Graphic Arts, consisting of typography, 
books and publications and maps, occupy three blocks just south of Avenue **C** 
in the southwestern corner and one block in the northeastern quarter of the Liberal 
Arts Palace. Adjoining the Graphic Arts are the Medical and Surgical exhibits, 
and next come the Musical Instruments. Photography covers the two blocks along 
the southern wall directly opposite. 

On the eastern side of Fifth Street, below Avenue C, the Instruments of 
Precision and Electrical Methods of Communication exhibits occupy the first three 
blocks and opposite, along the south wall, is the Engineering group. The Chemical 
and Pharmacal group follows in the next three blocks. Theatrical Equipment is 
shown along the southeast wall. 

Adjoining the main east entrance to Avenue C is a small block containing an 
important * 'working exhibit** which forms the central Fire Alarm and Police Signal 
station for the entire Exposition. 

The Domestic Architectural displays are in the northeastern part of the 
Foreign Section. 

As a matter of accommodation, and for other important reasons, many ex- 
hibits classified as Liberal Arts may be found installed in other exhibit palaces, the 
Exposition Hospital, and elsewhere on the Exposition grounds. A number are 
in use by the Exposition management, as "working exhibits,*' throughout its ad- 
ministrative offices. The immense Pipe Organ in Festival Hall is a "working ex- 
hibit** of the Musical Instrument group. The Garbage and Refuse Disposal Plant 
at the extreme western end of the Exposition grounds, and the great "Panama 
Canal*' concession on the "Zone,** are both "working exhibits** in the Civil and 
Military Engineering group of this Department. 

In the extreme southeast comer of the building are located the public service 
booths for Telephoning, Telegraphing and Typewriting. 

Under the dome in the center of the palace is a great Telescope, with a 
20-inch lens and forty feet long, emblematic of the Applied Sciences which the 
Department of Liberal Arts represents. 



HOW TO LOCATE AN EXHIBIT 

The Palace of Liberal Arts is laid out in blocks, which are con- 
secutively numbered from 1 to 37, inclusive, as shown on the floor 
plan. The aisles are designated as streets (First to Tenth), running 
north to south, and as avenues (A to D), from east to west. To 
locate an exhibitor refer to the names, alphabetically arranged under 
the exhibit group to which each belongs in the official classification, 
and note the aisle location following each name. Street and Avenue 
signs are erected at their intersection on the corners of all blocks. 

All Exhibits entered in this Catalogue are located in the Palace 
of Liberal Arts, unless otherwise indicated after the entry. The 
following are abbreviations used in this Catalogue to designate other 
Exhibit Palaces: 

Fine Arts Palace Fn. A. Pal. 

Education Palace.,... , Ed. Pal. 

Liberal Arts Palace Lb. A. Pal. 

Manufactures Palace ...Mfr. Pal. 

Varied Industries Palace V. I. Pal. 

Machinery Palace Mch. Pal. 

Transportation Palace Tms. Pal. 

Agriculture Palace Agr. Pal. 

Food Products Palace Fd. Pr. Pal. 

Live Stock Palace Lv. St. Pal. 

Horticulture Palace Hor. Pal. 

Mines and Metallurgy Palace Min. Pal. 

INDEX 

United States Netherlands 

France New Zealand 

Japan Portugal 

Great Britain Sweden 



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DEPARTMENT OF LIBERAL ARTS 



DEPARTMENT OF LIBERAL ARTS 

Official Classification 
of Exhibits 



Class 95. 



copper- 
etc. 



Class 


96. 


Class 


97. 


Class 


98. 


Clan's 


99. 


Class 100. 


Cflass 


101. 


Class 


102. 



GROUP 29 
TYPOGRAPHY— VARIOUS PRINTING PROCESSES- •".; 

.:, (Equipment, Processes and Products.) ; ' . 

Machinery, presses and other apparatus used in typography, lithography 
ple^te printing, autography, engraving on.' stone, ..copper, .zinc,' ajuminum 
Machinery used for photo-mechanical printing. 

Equipment, apparatus and products of type foundries, and other auxiliary and 
miscellaneous printing office applia,pces and labor-saving .deyice.s of stereotyping, 
' electrotyping, electrolytic appliances and processes ;' elecfro-thermic appliances 
,and processes. . .L^ ,.. „ ; . , . ,1./ .. ■ »*^/; . 

Machines for setting and distributing type, casting type, etc. 
Special equipment for jirirlting bank notes, postage st'sfmps, l)dn<fe. etc. 
Typewriting machines. and devices for dupli.cation .of copy,^ .miraepgraph, neostyle, 
addressing machines, dictating machines, etc. ....... 

Specimens in bla<!k and color -frypographyi - lithography, coppQit-^late printing and 

other methods of printing. 
Specimens of engravings and drawings obtained, reproduced,' enlarged or reduced 
-,: by photo-mechanical processes. ; ' . 

GROUP 30 
BOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS— BOOK BINDING 

Class 103. Newspapers, reviews and other periodicals and publications ; newspaper and 
magazine offices or plants shown by models or photographs; means and methods 
of advertising, news gathering, etc. ; methods and .prqce^ses of publication. 
(Technical and trade publications may be displayed in the Departments with 
which they are. allied.) • • l^^sii^ ' 

104. Collections of Irodlds, forming special libraries. - '..t^'.tft^i^^^i 

105. New book's and. new editions of old bopks. " ','-.'• 

106. Drawings for boo.k,^ newspaper and magazine illustration, atlases, albums. 

107. Musical publications. I at i. /i-o»^i a ■ h ^ ^ ^^ "•""'• 

108. Musical scores. .,./i \ ^^^ ^« displayed- in Group 37, : 

109. Equipment and. processes of making stitched books and; of book binding. 

110. Specimens, of binding, stamping, embossing, gilding, etcf. ; . , 

111. Artistic'book binding. " '/' ' ." * 

". ': • Aaold. ^Vi ' 

GROUP 31 .: . . 

MAPS AND APPARATUS FOR GEOGRAPHY, COSMOGRApIhY, TOPOGRAPHY 

112. Maps, charts and atlases; geographical, topographical^ geological, hydrographical 
astronomical, etc. 

113. Topographic models in relief. . 

114. Terrestrial and celestial globes; statistical works and tables. 

115. Statistical tables and nautical almanacs for the use of ^^l;i;anomers, surveyors 
and seamen. 

GROUP 32 
MANUFACTURE OF PAPER 

(Raw Materials, Equipment, Processes and Products.) ' 

Collections of raw materials used in the manufacture of paper and card-board. 

Equipment and processes used in making pulp from rags, straw, wood, etc. 

Appliances and processes used in the manufacture of paper by hand. 

Equipment and processes used in the manufacture of paper bv machinery. Ma* 
chines for producing endless paper. Apparatus for cutting, glazing, calender- 
ing, polishing. 

Apparatus and processes used in the manufacture of special papers and of card- 
board. 

Paper mill products, including papers of common and special grades not made up; 
paper for newspapers, books, maps, bank notes, drawings; photographic and 
art papers; paper for stationery; packing, wrapping and blotting paper; filter 
and laboratory paper; building and stock for wall paper; mill board, and 
card-board; papier mache, compressed paper, etc. 



Class 
Class 
Class 
Class 
Class 
Class 
Class 
Class 



Class 

Class 
Class 
Class 



Class 116. 
Class 117. 
Class .118. 
Class 119. 



Class 120. 



Class 121. 



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GROUP .33, 

( Equipment,!: Pxo«es«p&. ^d Prptluctsx)) 
NOTE: Photographs relating to any ■ texhifcrit; na«ay jbe si^owa. in.. copjiectjion. therewith in 
any exhibit palace. -. - '• ;it '.^.> ■. / ,--, ._-,.,/- ,-;--.■:.? ,r'V , .^ ■,-»{!;'; 

. Materials^ inst'rupieuts '{uxd appar.»M^,. of'ph'^d^o^gr&pii^',^ ^'tfMp^W,^3^hotographic 
studios, stereopticons, m.u)osrapft5K\k|/i^tpscbiiegj;' t^^ 'pidlii^es, etc. 

. Ne^tJEe and positive photograpky on glass,, paper, wogd, cloth, films, enamel, etc. 
Photog¥»ir.iice in intaglio and in f elie'f ; photocollographyr- phptolithography. 
Stereoscopic pi'inte.i. Enlarged ian4' mici>6graphic photographs,. Color photogra- 
phy. Direct, indirect and photo-C|Qfl§Bf'JiMf^tj^g*rnAS5vientific and other applica- 
tionis of phetcigr^hy. . :. ^ - -i ;;' : > ,. 

Pictorial photography. 

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INSTRUMENTS OF PRECISION, PHILOSOPHICAL APPARATUS, ETC., 
COINS AND MEDALS 

(Equipment, Processes and Products.) ,' 

Laboratory apparatus for physical investigations ; mathematical instruments; 

instruments for practical geometry; instruments for. rjefined physical measure- 
ment; sensitive- balances, high grade thej:mometers, indicators, integrators, 

chronographs, etc. Lecture room apparatus. 
Instruments for and methods of land surveying,- including plane, topographic and 

geodetic surveying. Surveyors' compasses, leveling instruments, transits, 

geographic instruments, pedometers, heliotropes, etc. 
Astronomical instruments • and methods; telescopes and fittings, astronomical 

photographic apparatus 'and photographs;' reflectors, helioscopes, astronomical 

clocks. 
Navigation instruments and equipment;;, including sextants, mariners' compasses, 

alidades, patent logs, sounding ma.chines,i chronometers, etc. Meteorological 

instruments, thermometers, barometers, wind current meters, etc. 
Electrical instruments and apparatus for scientific investigations or research 

work; electrical furnaces for laboratory use; thermal batteries ; electrical 

standards. - ' ■ • ■ 

Photometry: apparatus for determining thje intensity, dislribtition and illuminating c 

power of light. Standards. ' . ' ,, .^ ',}'■[ 

Transferred to Class 542. ■ !c,M.r.'rf 

Optical instruments for general use; tel«8«opes> «'^inbctllfti;av opera, field and 

marine glasses, magnifying glassefc'^^L^es^ fefci' tertihg vision; eye glasses 

and spectacles. ■■';).;■ f»,J rj:v'r;?r ;';r h'xTui-<. 

Calculating machines; cash regii^tefs^; ¥tkl^sV"Wiglbts''and m^ of various 

countries. - • ,, , ,. •= ' '"'^ 

Equipment for the manufacture of CQiris^p^d./in'edais. ■ Appliances for weighing 
the metal, testing the standard of alloys, inelting and casting, rolling, stamp- 
ing out, milling, washing, verification of weight of coins, counting, striking, 
and checking them before delivery ; equipment for the preparation of stamps 
and dies, coins and medals; treatises upon coins, economical, statistical, etc. 

GROUP 35 
MEDICINE AND SURGERY 

Class 135. Appliances, instruments and apparatus for work in anatomy, histology 

bacteriology; anatomical models; normal and pathological, histological 

bacteriological preparations. 
Class 136. Apparatus for sterilizing instruments and wpund-dressing appliances, and 

other purposes of sterilization. , ., ; 

Class 137. Instruments for general and special medical research. 
Class 138. Instruments and apparatus for general, special and local surgerj\ 
C^ass 139. Electricity as applied in therapeutics, surgery and dentistry: X-ray apparatus; 

electric sterilizers, ozonizers. ' , 

Class 140. Appliances for dressing wounds. ' 

Class 141. Apparatus for plastic and mechanical prosthesis; orthopedic apparatus; apparatus 

for hernia; appai-atus for medical gymnastics; material, instruments and 

apparatus for special therapeutics. , 

Class 142. Instruments and apparatus used in the practice of dentistry; dental surgery, 

bridge and plate work, etc. ■':.,,,. 

Class 143. Appliances for the use of the infirm, of invalids, «nd of lunatics; artificial limbs, 

artificial eyes. ■ 

Class 144. Chests and cases of instruments and medicines for the use of surgeons of the 
army and navy; appliances for rendering aid to the wounded on the field of 
battle; appliances for rendering aid in case of accident; ambulance service, etc. 

Class 145. Appliances for rendering aid to persons apparently drowned or asphyxiated. 

Class 146. Instruments and appliances for veterinary surgery. - . 

Class 147. Equipment and utensils used by druggists arid pharmacists.' 



Clas8^122 
Class 123, 



Class 124 



Class 125. 



Class 126 



Class 127 



Class 128, 



Class 129. 



Class 130. 



Class 131. 
Class 132. 



Class 133 



Class 134. 



and 
and 



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Class 148. 

Class 149. 
Class 150. 

Class 151. 



Class 152. 
Class 153. 
Class 154. 

Class 155. 



Class 156. 



Class 157. 



Class 158. 
Class 159. 



Class 160. 
Class 161. 



Class 162. 
Class 163. 



Class 164. 
Class 165, 



Class 166. 

Class 167. 

Class 168. 

Class 169. 

Class 170. 
Class 171. 



Class 
Class 


172. 
173. 


Class 


174. 


Class 
Class 
Class 
Class 
Class 


175. 
176. 
177. 
178. 
179. 


Class 
Class 


180. 
181. 


Class 
Class 
Class 


182. 


Class 


185. 


Class 


186. 


Class 


187. 



GROUP 86 
CHEliaOAIi AND PHABMACAL ABTS 

(Equipment, Processes and Products.) 

Laboratory apparatus and utensils; lamps, blow-pipes; presses, drying ovens, 
filters; furnaces, ovena, etc., used in chemical laboratory work. 

Apparatus and instruments for making industrial and eommercial analyses. 

Equipment and processes used in the chemical treatment of animal substances, 
with their products; superphosphates, soaps, candles, glycerine. 

Apparatus and processes for the production of electrolysis of hydrogen peroxide, 
chlorine, hypochlorites, chlorates, soda, bleaching materials, and various other 
chemicals. Also electro-thermal apparatus and processes for chemical manu- 
facture not otherwise specified, 

Equipment and processes used in the manufacture of vegetable essences. 

Transferred to Class 776. 

By-products for pharmacal use obtained from the treatment of mineral substances 
such as petroleum and coal tar derivatives, etc. 

Equipment and processes used in treating waste matter from factories (by 
chemical or electrical methods) with a view to permitting their return to 
water courses or to the atmosphere. 

Equipment for charcoal work and the production of various derivatives; methy- 
lated spirit, acetone, acetic acid, tar, wood alcohol, pyroligneous acid. Products 
of charcoal burning. 

Apparatus and processes for the compression and liquefaction of gas. Liquefied 
gases. 

Apparatus and processes for the manufacture of artificial textiles. 

Appliances and processes used in the manufacture of pharmacal products. Raw 
materials of pharmacy; sera and other biological products, as bacterines, 
vaccines, tuberculines, etc.; drugs of mineral, animal and vegetable origin, 
crude, powdered and compound; special appliances for collecting, cleaning, 
peeling, slicing, cutting and garbeling crude drugs. 

Disinfectants; standardization of disinfectants; manufacture of disinfectants; 
drug preservation, drug sterilization, ampuls, etc. 

Acids, alkalies, salts and compounds of every kind. Chemical elements derived 
from their compounds and chemical compounds not otherwise classified. 

Refined sulphur and derivatives from sulphur. 

Equipment and processes used, and products obtained in the manufacture of 
phosphorus and matches. 

Drug adulteration; methods of adulteration; methods of detecting adulteration. 

Various products of chemical industries; tanning materials, waxes, essential oils, 
glue and gelatine; perfumes, cosmetics and extracts; various glazes, printing 
ink, blacking. 

(Transferred to Manufactures and Agriculture.) 

(Transferred to Mines and Metallurgy.) 

Alcohols modified for industrial purposes. 

Equipment and appliances for producing calcium carbide, and for the storage 
of acetylene gas. 

Insecticides; fungicides; parasiticides and methods of manufacture and use. 

Pyrotechnics, bombs, signals, etc. 

GROUP 37 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 
(Materials, Processes and Products.) 
Materials and processes for manufacturing musical instruments. 
Wind instruments of metal or wood, having openings with or without keys, simple 

mouth pieces, pipes or reeds, with or without reservoir of air. 
Metal wind instruments, plain or with lengthening pieces, slides, pistons, keys 

or reeds. 
Wind instruments with key-board; organs, accordions, etc. ,t 

Stringed instruments without key-board, played with the fingers or with a bow. 
Pianos, player pianos, and other stringed instruments with key-board. 
Instruments played by percussion or friction; drums and cymbals. 
Automatic instruments: barrel organs, bird organs, musical boxes, piano' and 

organ players, bandonians, orchestrions, etc. 
Phonographs, talking machines, graphophones and similar devices. 
Separate parts of musical instruments and orchestral appliances ; strings for 

musical instruments. 

GROUP 38 
THEATRICAL APPLIANCES AND EQUIPMENT 
Interior equipment and special furniture for theaters. 

Arrangements for preventing and extinguishing fires. (See also Class 463.) 
Scenery; curtains, metallic curtains, gauzes, nets; colors, brushes, palettes. 

cordage; special iron work; lighting; electrical apparatus, candelabra, colored 

screens, apparatus for imitating flame, smoke, lightning, fireworks; projections; 

spectres ; phosphorescence. 
Machinery; windlasses, drums, chests, traveling platforms, slides, trolleys, traps, 

counterweights, flies. 
Costumes; special materials, printing on different materials, armor; Jewelry; 

foot-gear; dancing shoes; wigs, beards, make-up; paints for making up. 
Properties for imitation of various phenomena, such as thunder, hail, wind, snow, 

gun-firing; card-board work of all kinds; furniture made in perspective. 



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Class 188. 
Class 189. 



Class 190. 
Class 191. 
Class 192. 
Class 193. 

Class 194. 

Class 195. 

Class 196. 
Class 197. 

Class 198. 
Class 199. 

Class 200. 



Class 201. 
Class 202. 



Class 203. 

Class 204. 
Class 205. 
Class 206. 
Class 207. 

Class 208. 



Class 209. 
Class 210, 
Class 211. 



Class 232. 
Class 213. 
Class 214. 

Class 215. 



GROUP 39 
ELECTRICAL METHODS OF COMMUNICATION 

Telephone, telegraph and wireless instruments, dictographs, devices for the deaf, 

etc.; their apparatus and specific equipment. 
Fire alarm systems and equipment; police signals and patrol box systems and 

equipment; electric annunciators and other electric signal apparatus not 

classified. 

GROUP 40 
CIVIL AND MILITARY ENGINEERING 

(Transferred to Mines and Metallurgy.) 

Methods of testing structural materials, and apparatus used therefor, 

(Transferred to Class 215.) 

Methods used in earth work, such as the construction of canals, railroads, levees, 

embankments, etc. 
Equipment and methods for the construction and maintenance of roads, streets, 

promenades and highways. 
Equipment for and methods used for preparing foundations; piles, pile-drivers, 

screw-piles, pneumatic apparatus, caissons, diving apparatus, wire trams, etc. 
Passenger elevators, pneumatic tubes, etc. 
Military defenses and accessories: engineering material employed in the operation 

of an army. 
(Transferred to Classes 197 and 532.) 
Equipment for and methods used in storing and distributing water. (See Class 

759 for special methods in mining.) 
Equipment for and methods of city sanitation. 

GROUP 41 
MODELS, PLANS AND DESIGNS FOR PUBLIC WORKS 

Roads and other public highways. Construction and maintenance of streets in 

cities. 
Inland navigation; improvement of rivers, construction of canals, 

lifts, ship railways, reservoirs, spillways and feeders ; dredges, 

pile drivers, current deflectors, scraping and water-jet devices 

sand-bars, etc.; pumping stations, mechanical towing and warping; equipment 

used for the development of river ports. 
Sea ports (general arrangements); piers, docks, jetties, basins; equipment for 

development (not including shipping). 
Bridges and viaducts; railway, road and foot bridges. 
Maritime canals. 

Protection against flooding by rivers or by sea; levees, dikes and sea walls. 
Railways as regards plan and profile of the line, and engineering works, subways, 

elevated lines, tunnels. 
Statistics, maps and publications relative to public works; transactions and 

other features pertaining to engineering societies. 

GROUP 42 
ARCHITECTURE 

Drawings, models and photographs of completed buildings. 
Drawings, models and photographs of artistic architectural details. 
Designs for mosaics and for mosaic and leaded glass. 

GROUP 43 
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING 

Models and working plans of public and commercial buildings, large and small 

dwelling houses, flats, apartment houses, and other architectural structures. 
Models, detail drawings and specifications for foundations, walls, partitions, 

floors, roofs and stairways, wood and metal framing, etc. 
Designs and models of special contriTances for safety, comfort, and convenience 

in the operation of moving stairways, doors, windows, house signals, fire 

escapes, ventilators, etc. 
Working plans for the trades, mason, carpenter, etc., connected with building 

construction ; designs and models of bonds, arches, coping, vaulting, etc. ; 

plastering and construction of partitions. 



dams, locks, 
pile sinkers, 
for removing 



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GROUP 29. 

TYPOGRAPHY— VAillOUS PRINTING ; 
PROCESSIJS.,,, 

Acorn Brass Mfg. Co., The, Cbicago, HI. 

Thexton Envelop* Seal6rs. 1st Sti^j bet. 
Avs. C & D, Represented byH. S. O'rooker ■- 
Co., 565 Market St., San Francisco. 

Addressograph Co., The, Chicago, 111. Ad- ■ ^ 
dressing Machines. 1st St., bet. Avs. G & ' 
D. Represented by H. S. Crocker Co., "565" ' 
Market St., San Francisco. > i' 

American Automatic Press Co., 'New York, U".' ' 
Y., San Francisco, Cal. Mch. Pal., Av. A, 
cor. 3d St. New H,oag Auto. .Ptg. Press. .. 

American Multigraph Sales Co., The, Cleveland, 
O. Multigraph,«tc. Work'g exh. in Lv.St.Pal. 

Beck Duplicator Co., The, New York, N. Y. 

Duplicating Copy Machine. 1st St:, bet.' 
Avs. C & D. Represented by H. S. Crocker' 
Co., 565 Market St., San Francisco. 

Blair-Murdock Company, San Francisco, CaL* 

Printing plant. Mch. Pal., Av. A, cor. 4th St. 
Printers and Publishers ; Edition Printing 
and Binding; Illustrated Catalogs and 
Booklets; Advertising Literature prepared;. 
Printers of the Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition Official Guide Book. 

Brown Barotype Ct>., The, Chicago, 111. Compos- 
ing Machines., Mch.Pal., 5th St.,bet.Avs.A&B 

Columbia Graphophone Co., New York, N. Y. 
Dictaphones. Av.D, 4th arid 5th Sts. ' ' ^" ' 

Columbia. Graphophdpe Co., New York, N/Y. 
Dictaphones. Wkg. exh. Adm.offices of. Expo. 

Corona Typewriter Co., Groton, N. Y. F61d- 
ing Typewriters. 1st St., bet. Avs. C &' D'. 

Crocker Co., H. S., San Francisco, Cal. Col- i 
lective exhibit. 1st St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

Denny, Hilborn & Rosenbach, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Embossing Inks. Mch.Pal., 5th St, cor. Av.A 

Dick Co., The A. B., Chicago, 111. Mimeo- 
graphs. 1st St., bet. Avs. C &■ D. Edison- 
Dick Mimeographs and Supplies. Repre- 
sented by H. S. Crocker Co., 565 Market 
St., San Francisco. 

Egry Register Co., The, Dayton, O. Manifold- 
ing Registers. 2d St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

Funk & Wagnalls Company, New York, N. Y. 
Lithographic Work. 2d St., bet. Avs. C & 
D. Interesting exhibit showing the produc- 
tion of lithographic work step by step. 

Graphic Arts Co;, The, Philadelphia, Pa. Etch- 
ing Machine. Mch. Pal., 5th St., cor. Av. A. 

Hearst, W. R. New York, N. Y. Hearst publi- 
cations. Mch. Pal., 4th St., Avs. A and B. 

Hoe & Co., R., TS^yf York,N.Y» Printing Presses. 
Mch. Pal. In Hearst exhibit. 

Lanston Monotype Mach. Co., Phil., Pa. Type- 
setting machines. Mch.Pal., 5th St., cor^Av.B. ■ 

Levy, Jos. B., Philadelphia, Pa. Cameras. 
Mch. Pal., 5th St., cor. Av. A. Photo- 
Engravers, Process Cameras and Stands. 

Levy, Max, Philadelphia, Pa. Engraved Grat- 
ings. Mch. Pal., 5th St., cor. Av. A. 

Lisenoy Manufacturing Co., Fresno, Cal. Mul- 
ticolor Press. Mch. Pal., .5th St. and Av. B. 

Mayer & Company, Robert, New York, N. Y. 
Mch. Pal., 5th St., cor. Av. A. Lithograph- 
ing Inks; Bronzing Machines; Parks Litho- 
graphic Hand Presses ; Lithographic Ma- 
chinery. Geo. Russell Reed Co., San Fran- 
cisco, Distributors. 



Mergenthaler Linotype Co., New York, N. Y. 
' Lrnotype Machines. Mch.Pal., 5th St.cor.Av.A 
Miiller, E. C, New York, N. Y. Engraving 

Tools, etc. Mch.Pal., 5th -St., cor. Av. A. 

Peerless Check Pro«tecting Co., Rochester, N.Y. 

. Peerless Check Writers. 1st St., bet. Avs.C'&D 

Reed 'Co., Geo. Russell, Sah Francisco, CaL 

Collective exh. Mch. Pal.,'^5th'St., cor. Av.A. 

Reed Co., Geo. Russell, San Francisco, Cal. 

Printers' Inks,etc. Mch. Pal. ,5th St.,cor.Av.A 

^Se^tnihgton Typewriter Company, New York, 

► f. jj;,.Y. Remington Typewriters. Working ex- 

1,, hibitifr in all Administrative offices of the 

Exppsition. 
Remington Typewriter Company, New York, 
N.Y. l^ypewriters. Ay. C^ l.st and 2d Sts. 
Remington, Smith-Premier and Monarch 
Typewriters. Typewriters, Typewriter- Add- 
ing Machines and Supplies, manufactured 
and sold, by Remington Typewriter C'om- 
> .pany. Inc., comprising Remington, Smith- 
.. Premier and Monarch Typewriting Machines 
:^ and Remington Wahl Typewriter-Adding 

' Machines. 
Royle & Sons, John, Paterson, N. J. Routing 

Machines, etc. Mch. Pal. ,5th St., cor. Av. A. 
f Schmidt Lithograph Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
"•Lithographic work. 1st St., bet. Avs. C & D. 
Schniedewend & Co., Paul, Chicago, 111 Print- 
ers' Equipment. Mch. Pal. ,5th St., cor. Av. A. 
Scott- Hiner Co., The, San Francisco, Cal. Art- 
■' ist^arid Designers. 2d St., bet. Avs. C & D. 
Sheip Mfg. Co., Henry H., Philadelphia, Pa.; 
phprrv Wood Blocks. Mch.Pal.,5thSt.cor.AvA 
Sibley, E. L., Bennington, Vt. Challenge Eye- 
. .let Presses. 1st St., bet. Avs. C & D. Rep- 
-; resented by H. S. Crocker Co., 565 Market 
■St., San Francisco. 

S^iireigard Ideal Co., Chicago, 111. Contact 
• Frames. Mch. Pal., 5th St., cor. Av. A. 
TaylDr-IIobson Corjipany, New York, N. Y. 
Photo-engraving Lenses. Mch. Pal., 5th St., 
c'orl Av.. A. Cooke Process Lenses. 

GROUP 30.. 

BOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS— 

BOOK-BINDING. 

American Roll Gold Leaf Co., Providence, R. I. 

Mch. Pal., 4th St., Avs. B & C. 
(Anderson & Son, C. F., Chicago, 111. Folding 
Machines. Mch.Pal., 4th St., Avs. B & C. 

Annals of Surgery, Philadelphia, Pa. Medical 
"Publications. Work'g exh. in Expo. Hospital. 

Appleton & Co., D., New York, N. Y. Medical 
Publications. Work'g exh. in Expo. Hospital. 

Brown Folding Machine Co., Erie, Pa. Mch. 
Pal., 4th St., Avs. B & C. 

Burton's Son, A. G., Chicago, 111. Numbering 
Machines, etc. Mch. Pal. ,4th St., Avs. B & C. 

Challenge Machine Co., Grand Haven, Mich. 
Paper Cutters. Mch. Pal., 4th St., Avs. B & C. 

Christian Science Publishing 'Society, The, Bos- 
ton, U. S. A. Publications. Ed. Pal., cor. 
2d St. and Av. D. Exhibiting the works of 
Mary Baker Eddy. Publishers of "The 
Christian Science Journal," "The Christian 
Science Sentinel," "Der Herold der Chris- 
tian Science," "The Christian Science Mon- 
itor," and other publications pertaining to 
Christian Science. 

Chronicle Publishing Company, San Fran- 
cisco. Newspaper, Av. C, cor. 2nd Street. 
Drawings, Zinc Etchings, Stereotype Metal, 
and materials used in producing a news- 
paper. 



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dleveland Folding Machine Cd., Cleveland, O. 

Folding Machines. Mch. Pal. ,4th St.,Avs.B&C. 

Collier & Son, P. F., New York, N. Y. Publi- 
cations. Wkg. exh. in Lib. Arts Dept. Offices. 

Covina Pub. Co., Covina, Cal. Publications. 
Working exhibit in Lib. Arts Dept. offices. 

Elder & Co., Paul, San Francisco, Cal... Pub- 
lications and Bindings. Av. D, cor. 2d St. 
Publications by Paul Elder & Co.; Books 
on California ; Fine and Rare Books ; Leaf- 
lets, etc. ■ ' . 

Encyclopedia Britannica, The, New York, N. 
Y. Encyclopedias, etc. Ave D, Cor. 1st St. 

Funk & Wagnalls Co., New York, N. Y, Med. 
ref. library. Wkg. exh. in Expo. Hospital. 

Funk & Wagnalls Co., New York, N. Y. 

, The Literary Digest, 2nd St. bet. Avs. C & 
D. Publications, Periodicals; new books 

" and new editions of old books; drawings; 
New Standard Dictionary; Standard Dic- 
tionary Abridgments ; Works of Reference. 

Gane Bros. & Co., Chicago, 111. Embossing 

-Machines, Mch. Pal., 4th St., Avs. B & C. 

Grolier Society, The, New York, N. Y. En- 
cyclopedia. 1st St. bet. Avs. C & D. 

Hall Co., The Norman F., San Francisco, Cal. 

Coll. exhibit. Mch. Pal., 4th St., Avs. B&C. 

Hearst, W. R., New York, N. Y. Hearst Pub- 
lications, Mch. Pal., 4th St., Avs. A & B. 

Hickok Mfg. Co., The W. O., Harrisburg, Pa. 
Mch. Pal., 4th St., Avs. B&C. Ruling 
Machine and Feeder; Gilding Press; Fin- 
ishing Stand, Ruling Pens & Paper Ruling 
Machine. 

Hill Publishing Co., New York. Tech. Books. 
Mch. Pal., 1st St., bet. Avs. C & C2. 

Horton Mfg. Co., Minneapolis, Minn. Pulleys. 
Mch. Pal., 4th St., bet. Avs. B & C. 

Howell, John, San Francisco, Cal. Publica- 
tions and Bindings. 2d St. bet. Avs. C & D. 

' 14th & 15th Century manuscripts on parch- 
ment illuminated ; Importer and Publisher, 
Old and Rare Books, Manuscripts, Auto- 
graph Letters. 

Jacques & Son, John, Worcester, Mass. Table 
Shears. Mch. Pal., 4th St., Avs. B & C. 

.Lang Mfg. Co., E. G., New York, N. Y. Index 
Tabs. Mch. Pal., 4th St., bet. AvS. B&C. 

Lippincott, J. B., Philadelphia, Pa. Med. Ref. 
Library, Wkg. exhibit in Expo. Hospital. 

Marriott, F., San Francisco, Cal. Publications. 
6t.h St., bet:. Avs. C and D. ■ 

Master Mind Pub. Co., Los Angeles, Cal. Pub- 
lications. 2d St., bet. Avs, C & D. 

McGraw Publishing Co., New York. Tech. 
Books. Mch. Pal., 2nd St. & Av. C. 

Merriam Co., G. & C, Springfield, Mass. Web- 

' ster Dictionaries & Pubs. 2d, bet. Avs. C&D. 

Methodist Book Concern, The, Cincinnati, O. 
Books, Periodicals, Charts, etc. Ave. C, cor. 
1st St. The Abingdon Press, Pounded 1789, 

- Cinciiinati; NeW Books, New Editions of 
Old Books; Sunday School Periodicals. Pa- 
<'ific Coast Headquarters — Our own build- 
ing, 3-5-7 City Hall Av., San Francisco, Cal. 

Munder, Norman T. A. & Co., Baltimore, Md. 

' Printing, Advertising Literature, Framed 
Pictures. 2nd St., bet. Avs. C&D. 

Muller, Chas. A., New York, N. Y. Glueing 

.Machine,. Mch. Pal., 4th St., Avs. B & G. 

Munder Co., Norman T. A., Baltimore, Md. 
Books & Fmd Pictures. 2d St., Avs. C & D. 



Pacific Press Publishing Association, Moun- 
tain View, Oal. Publications. Mch. Pal., 5th 
St., cor. Av. B. Bound books in various 
languages, complete and process of manu- 
facture. • Seventh-day Adventist Publica- 
tions, Books, Tracts and Periodicals in 

- various languages. Main Offices, Mountain 
View, Cal. Branches, Kansas City, Mo. ; 
Portland, Ore.; College View, Neb.; Cal- 
gary, Alta., Can. ; Review & Herald Pub. 
Assn. Main Office, Takoma Park, Washing- 
ton, D. C. Branches, 32 Union Square, New 
York City ; South Bend, Ind. ; Southern 
Pub. Assn. Main Office, Nashville, Tenn. 
Branches, Atlanta, Ga. ; Fort Worth, Texas. 

Plimpton Transfer Truck, Norwood, Mass. 

Tfr. .Trucks. Mch. Pal., 4th St., Avs. B&C. 

Rebman Co., New York, N. Y. Medical Publi- 
cations. Wkg. Exh.' in Expo. Hospital. 

Beed Co., Geo. Russell, San Francisco, Cal. 
Glue & Cement. Mch. Pal., 5th, cor. Av. A. 

Roberts & Co., H. L., New York, N. Y. Silk 
Stiching Mchns.. Mch. Pal., 4th, Avs. B&C. 

Rosback Co., The F. P., fienton Harbor, Mich. 

Book Mkg. Mchy. Mch. Pal., 4th, Avs. B&C. 

Saunders Co., w! B., Philadelphia, Pa. Medi- 
cal Books. Wkg. Exh. in Expo. Hospital. 

Scott-Hiner Co., The, San Francisco, Cal. 
Artists & Designers.' 2d St., bet. Avs. C&D. 

Seybold Machine Co., Dayton, O. Book-mak- 
ing Mchy. Mch. Pal., 4th St., Avs. B&C. 

Smyth Co., Jos. E., Chicago, 111. National 
Sewing Mach. Mch. Pal., 4th St., Avs. B&C. 

Standard Mchy. Co., The, Mystic, Conn. Book 
Making Mchy. Mch. Pal., 4th St., Avs. B&C. C 

Sunset Magazine, San Francisca, Cal. Publi- 
cations. 2nd St., bet. Avs. C&D. The 
Pacific Monthly, reflecting the life of the 
Pacific Slope. Its Service Bureau gives 
impartial information. 

Tatum Co., iSamuel .C., dincinnati, O. Book 
Making Mchy. Mch. Pal., 4th St., Avs. B&C. 

Technical Publishing Co., S. F. Tech. Books. 
Mch. Pal., Main West Entrance. 

Wood & Co., Wm., New York, N. Y. Medical 
Publications. Wkg. Exh. in Expo. Hospital. 

GROUP 31. 
MAPS AND APPARATUS FOR GEOGRAPHY, 

COSMOGRAPHY, TOPOGRAPHY. 

Cahill World Map Co., San Francisco. New 

Map of World. 2nd St., bet. Avs. C&D. 

GROUP 32. 
MANUFACTURE OF PAPER. 
Disston & Sons, Inc. Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Paper cutters. Mfr. Pal., Av. C, cor. 6th St. 
Paraffine Paint Company, The, San Francisco, 
Cal. Roofing Papers. Min. Pal., 7th St., 
cor. Av. C. Plastic Caulking Cement; Wall 
Board; Building and Roofing Papers. 

GROUP 33. 
PHOTOGRAPHY. 
Ansco Company, Binghamton, N. Y. Photo 
Supplies. Av. D, bpp. ord St. Photographic 
Supplies and Apparatus. 
Booth, Mary A., Springfield, Mass. Photomi- 
crographs. Sprague-Hathaway booth. 
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. 
Photography. Av. D,. cor. 5th St. Cameras ; 
Kodaks ; Color Photography ; Photographic 
^ Films; Photographic Paper; Photographic 
Plates ; Photographic Supplies ; Photo- 
graphic Enlargements. 



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Hopkins, Kathryn, San Francisco, Cal. Pho- 
tographs. Av, D, opp. 1st St. 

Power Co., Nicholas, New York, N. Y. Motion 
Picture Machines, Ed. Pal., Av. D, at So, 
Ent. No. 10. 

Power Co., Nicholas, New York, N. Y. Moving 
Pictures. The Mine, Min. PaL 

Precision Machine Co., The, New York, N. Y. 
Ed. Pal., Av. A, cor, 5th St. Motion picture 
projector. 

Precision Machine Co., The, New York, N. Y. 

Motion Picture Machines. Ed. Pal., 5th St. 
& north wall of Palace & east end of Av. B, 

Robin, J. E., 317 East 34th St., New York. 
Cinematograph Engineering. Ed. Pal., 5th 
St. and North Wall of Palace. 

Simplex Photo Products Co., New York, N.Y. 
Photographic and Cinematographic Appara- 
tus and Materials. 1st St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

Sprague-Hathaway Co., W. Somerville, Mass. 

Portraiture. Av, D, bet. 1st and 2nd Sts. 
Vanoscope Co., Chicago, 111. Motion Picture 

Projectors. Av. D, opp. 2nd St. 

Worden, Willard E., San Francisco, Cal. Av, 

D, bet. 3rd & 4th Sts. Photographs. 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Mch. Pal., 2nd & 4th Sts. 
Motor Generator Sets and Control of mov- 
ing picture machines. Displays of photo- 
graphs of Westinghouse Plants and Appa- 
ratus of all kinds. 

GROUP 34. 
INSTRUMENTS OF PRECISION, PHILO- 
SOPHICAL APPARATUS, ETC. COINS 
AND MEDALS. 
(Equipment Processes and Products.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., Rochester, N. Y. 
Optical Goods. 5th St., cor. Av. D. 

Brashear Company, John A., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Lenses ; instruments. Av. C & 6th St. 

Bristol Co., The, Waterbury, Conn. Speed 
Recorders. Mch. Pal., 2nd St. & Av. D. 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., Detroit, Mich. 
Adding Machines, Av. D & 6th St. 

Coin Machine Mfg. Co., Portland, Ore. Coin 
handling devices. 6th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

Dalton Adding Machine Co., San Francisco, 
Cal. Calculating Machines. Av. D, cor 7th 
St. Adding machines; Adding typewriters. 

DeZeng-Standard Company, Camden, N. J. 
7th St., bet. Avs, C & D. Makers of Optical 
Instruments. San Francisco Address, 146 
Grant Street. 

Felt & Tarrant Mfg. Co., Chicago^ 111. Adding 
and Calculating Machines. Av. D, cor. 2nd 
St. _ Manufacturers of the Comptometer; 
adding and calculating machine. 

Felt & Tarrant Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. "Comp. 
tometer." Wkg. exh. in And. Office, Expo. 

Gurley, W. & L. E., Troy, New York. Mea* 
sures. 7th St., bet. Avs. C & D. Branch 
Factory, Seattle, Wash.; Civil Engineers 
and Surveyors Instruments; Standard 
Weights and Measures; Guaranteed Accu- 
rate Thermometers. 

Industrial Instrument Co., The, Foxboro, 
Mass. Recdg. Instr. Mch. Pal., 3d & Av. C2. 

Keuffel & Esser Co., Hoboken, N. J. Scien- 
tific Instruments. 5th St., bet. Avs< C & D. 

Lletz Co., The A., San Francisco, Cal. Naut. 
& Surv. insts. Av. D, cor, 6th St. 



Marchant Calculating Machine Co., Inc., Oak> 
land, Cal. Av. D, cor. 7th St. San Fran- 
cisco Office, 34 Powell St. 

National Cash Register Co., Dayton, O. Na- 
tional Cash Registers. Av. C, 5th & 6th Sts. 

Shore Instrument & Mfg. Co., New York, N.Y. 
Pyroscopes. Mch. Pal., 5th, bet. Avs. B&C. 

Thordarson Elec. Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Lab. 
Apparatus. Mch. Pal., 1st & 2nd St. & Av.D. 

Toledo Scale Co., Toledo, Ohio. Scales. 5th 
St., bet. Avs. Cf & D. Weighing Machines; 
Automatic Springless; Computing; Heavy 
Capacity; Dormant; and Portable for fac- 
tory use; Person Weighing Machines; Par- 
cel Post; Laboratory Scales. 

United Autographic Register Co., Chicago, 111. 
Autographic Registers. 7th St., bet. Avs. C 
& D. Autographic Registers and Roll Pa- 
per; Typewriter Attachments and supplies. 

Warner & Swasey Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Tel- 
escope under Great Dome, Lib, Arts Pal. 

Warner & Swasey Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Scien- 
tific instruments. Av. C, cor. 6th St. 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Trns. Pal., under Dome. 
Harmonic Analyzer; Portable and Preci- 
sion Instruments. 

GROUP 35. 
MEDICINE AND SURGERY. 

Aladdin Company, New York, N. Y. Therapeu- 
tic Appar. Mch. Pal., 1st St. & Av. D. 

American Sterilizer Co., Erie, Pa. Sterilizers, 
Disinfectors. Working Exhibit in Exposi* 
tion Hospital. Combination of electric heat- 
ed dressing water; utensil and instrument 
sterilizers. F. A. Hamilton, 1025 Hearst 
Building, San Francisco; Sun Drug Com- 
pany, Los Angeles, Sales Agents. 

Aunger Artificial Limb Co., San Francisco. 
Artificial Limbs. 3rd St., bet. Avs, C & D. 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., Rochester, N. Y, 
Hospital Equip, Wkg, exh. in Expo, Hos, 

Bristol Co,, The, Waterbury, Conn, Speed 
Pressure Recorders. Mch. Pal., 2d & Av. D. 

Campbell Electric Co., Lynn, Mass, X-Ray & 
high frequency appar, 3d, bet, Avs. C & D. 

Cames Artificial Limb Co., Kansas City, Mo. 
Artificial Arms. 3rd St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

Chicago Artificial Limb Co., San Francisco. 
Artificial Limbs, 3rd St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

Columbus Dental Manufacturing Co., The, Co« 
Inmbus, Ohio. Interchangeable, artificial 
teeth for crown and bridge work, Av, D, 
cor, 3rd St, Steele's Interchangeable Fac- 
ings; Steele's Interchangeable Posteriors; 
Bridge-Work Models; Steele's Rugapaks. 

Dentists Supply Company, New York, N. Y. 
Manufacturers. Av. D, cor. 3rd Street, 
Artificial teeth. 

DeZeng-Standard Company, Camden, N, J. 7th 
St., bet, Avs. C & D. Surgical Diagnostic 
Equipment; Electrically Lighted Eye, Ear, 
Nose and Throat Diagnostic Instruments. 
San Francisco Office, 146 Grant avenue. 

Draeger Oxygen Apparatus Co., The, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Wkg, exh. in Expo. Hospital. 

Eastern Electric Co. of Cleveland, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 3d St., bet. Avs, and D. 

Gantner & Mattern Co., San Francisco. Ab« 
dominal Bands. V. I. Pal., 4th, cor. Av. E. 

Harvard Co., The, Canton, O. Dental Equip- 
ment. 3rd St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

Industrial Instrument Co., The, Foxboro, 
Mass. Blood Pressure Recorders. Mch. Pal., 
3rd St. & Av. 02. 



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Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Surg. Dressings and Appliances. C, cor, 3rd. 
Marcon Company, The, Brooklyn, N. Y. Shoe 

Supplies. 3rd St., bet. Avs. C & D. Arch 

Supports; Orthopedic Supplies. 
Marks Co., A. A., New York, N. Y. Artificial 

Limbs. 3rd St., bet. Avs. C & D. Invalid 

Rolling Chairs; Crutches, 

Marland, W. J. Oakland, Cal. Collective 
Exhibit. Mch. Pal., 1st St, & Av. D. 

Meinecke & Co,, New York, N. Y. Hospital 
Supplies. Working exh, in Expo. Hospital. 

Ohio Chemical & Mfg. Co., The, Cleveland, O. 
Working Exhibit in Expo. Hospital. 

Ohio Chemical & Mfg. Co., The, Cleveland, O. 
Anesthesia Equip. 10th St., bet. Avs, C'&D. 

Salem Glass Works, Salem, N. J. Hospital 
Supplies. Wkg. exh. in Expo. Hospital. 

Scheidel-Western X-Ray Coil Company, Chi- 
cago, Illinois. X-Ray Apparatus; Working 
exhibit in Exposition Hospital. Apparatus 
for producing the X-Ray for radiography, 
fluoroscopy & therapy, with all the work- 
ing Darts, supplies and accessory apparatus. 

Schrader's Son, Inc., A., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Druggists Supplies. Av. C, cor. 3rd St. 

Shelton Electric Co., New York. Elec. Vibrat- 
ors. Mch. Pal., 1st St, & Av. D. 

Stevens Inventions Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Health Inventions. 3rd St., bet. Avs, C & 
D. Breathing and Inhaling Outfits, Semi* 
Automatic Pumps, Sprays, Inhaling and 
other health outfits for physicians, office 
and prescription uses. Portable Internal 
Bath, two sizes, 

Taylor Instrument Cos., Rochester, New York. 
Working exh. in Expo. Hospital, "Tycos 
Sphygomanometer. ' ' 

Thordarson Elec. Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. X- 
Ray Transformers. Mch. Pal., 1st & 2nd 
Sts. & Av. D. 

Troeger Mfg. Co., Geo. E., Chicago, 111, Arch 
Supports, 10th St,, bet. Avs. C & D,. 

Victor Electric Co., Chicago, 111. Hospital 
Equipment. A working exhibit in Exposi* 
tion Hospital showing: Victor Bone Sur- 
gery Engine ; Victor Combistat ; Victor 
Giant Magnet; Victor Electric Centrifuge; 
Victor Vibrator; Headlamps, etc.; Physi- 
cians' No. 2 Portable Faradic Battery, Nei- 
swanger's Magnifying Glass, Victor Elec- 
tric Centrifuge Dome Protector; their ex- 
tensive and complete line of X-Ray and 
Electro-Medical apparatus being on display 
at their San Francisco branch office, 150 
Post Street, W. O. Eddy, B. S., being in 
charge. Visiting physicians invited. 

Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co., Pittshurgh, 
Pa. Mch. Pal., 4th St., bet. Avs. E & F, 
2nd & 4th Sts., Avs. C & C2. 

Wizard Foot Appliance Co., St. Louis, Mo, 
3rd St., bet. Avs. C & D. Devices for 
relief of foot troubles. 

GROUP 36. 
CHEMICAL AND PHARMACAL ARTS. 

Am. Druggists Synd., New York. Collective 
Chemical Drug Exh. Av. D, cor. 8th St. 

Anti-Uric Co., San Francisco. Patent Medi- 
cines. 8th & 9th Sts., bet. Avs. & D. 

Aseptic Products Co., Long Island City, N. Y. 
Chemical and pharmacal arts. Av. D, cor, 
8th St. 

Barrett Mfg. Co., Frankford, Phil., Pa. In- 
secticides, etc. Min. Pal., 7th St., bet. C&D. 



Bennett Co., E. W., San Francisco, Cal. Metal 
Polish. Working Exh. in Expo. Hospital. 

Buffalo Specialty Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Liquid 
Veneer. Mfr, Pal., 5th St., cor, Av. B. 

Caire Co., Justinian, S. F. Lab. Equipment. 
Fd, Pr. Pal., 2nd & 3rd Sts. & Avs. C&D. 

California Perfume Co., New York, N. Y. Toi- 
let Requisites. 10th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 

Channell Chemical Co., Chicago, 111. 0-Cedar 
Products. 8th & 9th Sts. 

Conway, Jessie B., L. A., Cal. Plasters. 10th 
St., bet. Avs. C&D. Dr. Conway's M. D. 
Plasters, 

Cutter Laboratory, The, Berkeley, Cal. Bio- 
logical Prod. 8th & 9th Sts., bet. Avs. CAD. 

Denny-Hilbom & Rosenback, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Stamping Inks. Mch. Pal., 5th, cor. Av. A. 

Drucker Co., August E., San Francisco, Cal. 
Tooth Powder. 9th St., bet, Avs, C&D. 
Drucker' 8 Revelation Tooth Powder, 

Emerson Drug Oo,, Baltimore, Md. Bromo- 
Seltzer, Av. D, bet. 9th & 10th Sts. 

Fitch Co., The F. W., Boone, la. Toilet Prep- 
arations, Cor. Av. D & 9th St. 

Ciraton & Knight Mfg. Co., Worcester, Mass. 
Mch. Pal. Belt Cement & Dressing. 

Hoffman Co., The Geo. Wm., Indianapolis, Ind. 
Metal Polishes. 9th St., bet. Avs. C&D, 

Laughlin Fruit Refining Co., Los Angeles, Cal. 
Toilet Articles, "Citrus Cream," 9th & 
10th, bet. Avs. C&D. 

Levey Co., Fred'k H., New York, N. Y. Ptg. 
Inks. Mch. Pal., 5th St., cor. Av. A. 

Mayer & Co., Robert, New York, N. Y. Litho- 
graphing Inks. Mch. Pal., 5th St., cor, Av.A. 

Orion Laboratories Co., Long Island City, N.7. 
CTiemical and pharmacal arts. Av. D, cor. 
8th St. 

Pitman-Moore Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Bi- 
ological Products. Lv.St.Pal. Anti-Hog-Chol- 
era serum. 

Radium Therapy Corporation, New York, N.Y. 
Radio-Rem Outfits. Av. C, cor. 9th St. To 
produce Radio-active water of uniform 
strength, Schieffelin & Co., N. Y., Dis- 
tributors. 

Reed Company, Geo. Russell, San Francisco, 
Cal. Printers* Inks & Supplies. Mch. Pal., 
5th St., cor. Av. A. Collective exhibit of 
Printers Inks; Photo Engravers Machinery 
— Supplies. 

Rieger & Co., Paul, San Francisco, Cal. Per- 
fumes, Extracts, etc. Av. C, 8th & 9th Sts. 

Roseeu Toilet Co., San Francisco, Cal. Toilet 
Specialties. 9th St., bet, Avs. C & D. 

Safe-T-Eross Mfg. Co., Long Island City, N. 7. 
Chemical and pharmacal arts. Av. D, cor. 
8th St. 

Saks Stamping Co., Long Island City, N. 7. 
Chemical and pharmacal arts. Av. D, cor. 
8th St. 

Sanitol Chemical Co., St, Louis, Mo. Sanitol 
Tooth Powder and Sanitol Toilet Prepara- 
tions. 8th & 9th Sts., bet. Avs. C&D. 

Solax Chemical Co,, Long Island City, N. 7. 
Chemical and pharmacal arts. Av. D, cor. 
8th St. 

Solvay Process Co., The, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Alkali Products. Av. D, 8th & 9th Sts. 

Standard Oil Co. of New York, San Francisco, 
Cal. Candles. Min. Pal,, Av. C, bet. 6th 
& 7th Sts. Candles for Banquet, Coach, 
Domestic, Christmas, Church, Mining, Par- 
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Stern, Joe, Butte, Mont. Toilet Preparations. 
9th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

Sweetser, L. H., New York, N. Y. ; San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Polish. 9th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

Union Oil Company of California, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Asphalt Products. Min. Pal., 
6th St. & Av. B.^ Asphalt for Printers' Ink. 

Vermilax Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Doff Remedies. Av. D, cor. 8th St. Dog 
Remedies and accessories. Headquarters for 
Dog Fanciers. • 

Vogue Perfume C6., Long Island City, N. Y. 
Chemical and pharmacal arts. Av. D, cor. 
8th St. 

Western Carbonic Oa& Co., Agnew, Cal, Car: 
bonic Gas. 8th & 9th Sts., bet. Avs.. C & D. 

West Disinfecting Co., New York*. N. Y. Disr 
infectants; Insecticides, Av. C, cor. 10th St. 

Willett, Walter M,, San Francisco, Cal, Cam- 
elline, etc. 8th & 9th. Sts., bet. Av^ C&D. 

GROUP 37. 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. ••*«(■ 

American Electrelle, Philadelphia, Pa., & NlY. 
Musical Instrumefits. 5th St. &' Av," A. 

American Graptophone Co., New York, N. Y. 
Talking Machines. Av. D, bet. '4tli & 5th 
Sts. Grafonolas, Talking Machines, Graph- 
ophones. Records, Record Cabinets, Acces- 
sories. 

Austin Organ Company^ Hastford, Oojm. Pipf 
Organs. Large pipe organ, in Festival Hall, 
as working exhibit. Local representative, 
R. F. Tilton, 1.35 Kearny. St., San Frait 
cisco. . 

Autopiano Co., The, New Vork,. N. Y. Musical 
Instruments. 5th St. & Av. A. 

Autopurumatic Action Co., ^New York, N. Y. 
Musical Instruments. 5th St. & Av. A. 

Cary & Sons, E. H., Stockton, Cal. Drums & 
accessories. 4th- St., bet. Avs. C&D. 

Cheney Talking Machine Co., Chicago, 111. 
Tlkg. mchns. 4th & 5th Sts., bet. Avs. C&D. 

Chickering & Sons, Boston, Mass, Musical 
Instruments. 5th St. & Av. A. 

Columbia Graphophone Co., New York, N. Y. 
Talking machines. Av. D, 4th & 5th Sts. 
Grafonolas, Talking Machines, Grapho- 
phones. Records, Record Cabinets, Acces- 
sories. 

Conn, Inc., C. G., Elkhart, Ind. Band and Or- 
chestra Instruments. Av. C, cor, 4th St. 

Eilers Music House, Portland, Ore. Collective 
exhibit. .5th St. & Av. A, • 

Galleazzi, J,, San Francisco, Cal. Musical Reed 
Instruments. 4tH St., bet. Avs'. C & D. 

Kimball Cq., W. W., Chicago, 111. Musical 
Instruments. 5th St. & Av. A." ~ 

Kumalae, Jonah, Honolulu,H.I. Hawaiian Prod 

.4th St.. bet. Av§. C & D. Ukuleles, etc. 

Lahini, Alfred, San Jose, Cal. Violins. 5th 
St. & Av. A. 

Marshall & Wendell Piano Co., Rochester, N. 
Y. Musical Instruments. 5th St. & Av. A. 

Masteroll Perforating Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Musical Instruments. 5th St. & Av. A. 

Organ Power Co., The, Hartford, Conn. Two 
20-h. p. :^,-pressure 7-stage "Orgoblos" in- 
stalled on Austin Pipe Organ, Festival Hall. 

Palmer, James A., Boston, Mass. Musical 
Instruments. 5th St. & Av. A. 

Parker & Co., Chas., Meriden, Conn. Musical 
Instruments. 5th St. & Av. A. 

Peerless Piano Player Co., St. Johnsville, N.Y. 
Musical Instruments. 5th St. & Av. A. 



Vanoscope Co., Chicago, 111. Phonographs. 

Av. D, opp. 2nd St. 
Victor Talking Machine Company, Camden, 
• New Jersey, Talking Machines. Av. C, 4th 

& 5th Sts, M,anufacturers of the Victor, 

the Victrola and Victor Records. Concert 

morning and afternoon. 
Wurlitzer Co., The Rudolph, Cincinnati, O. 

Unit Orchestra. Min. Pal., Av. D & 7th St. 

GROUP 38, 

THEATRICAL APPLIANCES AND 

EQUIPMENT 

Gantner & Mattern Co,, San Francisco, Cal. 

Theatrical Tights. V. I. Pal., 4th, cor. Av.E. 
Hejrwobd Bros. & Wakefield Co,, N, Y. Opera 

Chairs. Working exhibit Festival Hall. 
Wisconsin Seating Co,, New London, Wis. 

Theatre Chairs. 10th St. at E. Ent. No. 7. 

^i, GROUP 39. 

■^•'ELECTRICAL METHODS OF COMMU- 
NICATION. 

Aero Fire Alarm Co., Seattle, Wash. Fire 
Alarm Equip., 10th St., at Entr. No. 7. 

American Telegraphone Co., Springfield, Mass. 
Telegraphone. 6th St., bet. Ays. C and D. 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co., N, Y, 
Av. ,C, 7th & 8th Sts. 

Central Telephone & Electric Co., St, Louis, 
Mo,, U, S, A. Manufacturers Electric Lan- 
terns & Telephones. 

De Forest Radio Tel. & Tel. Co., New York. 
Av. D, cor. 1st Street. 

Dictaphone, The, Columbia Graphophone Com- 
pany, New York, The ideal amanuensis. 
Direct method of dictation. Official Dicta- 
tion Machine Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition Company and is the only dicta- 
tion machine employed in dictating and 
transcribing the correspondence of the Ex- 
position. 

Edwards & Co., Inc., New York, N, Y, Fire 
Alarm Equip, Mfr, Pal., 8th St. & Av. C. 

General Acoustic Co., New York, N. Y. De- 
vices for deaf. Av. D and 8th St. 

Gem Ear Phone Co., New York, N. Y. De- 
vices for deaf. 6th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 

Globe Ear Phone Co., Boston Massachusetts, 
Aids for deaf. 7th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 
Church and Theatre Ear-Phones. Secret 
phones for Detective use. Announcing 
Phone Systems. 

Gray Telephone Pay Station Co., The, Hart- 
ford, Conn, Mfr, Pal., 8th St. & Av. C. 

Standard Underground Cable Co., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Tel. Wires. Mch. Pal., 3rd St. & Av. D. 

Star Electric Co., Binghamton, N. Y. Fire 
Alarm and Police TeJ. Av. C, cor. 10th St. 

Seaman Co., W. S., Milwaukee, Wis, Tele- 
phone booths, Mfr. Pal., 8th St. & Av. G. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., New York. 
Telegraph. Av. C, cor. 7th St. 

GROUP 40. 

CIVIL AND MILITARY ENGINEERING. 

Austin-Western IV^achinery Co., Chicago, 111. 

■ Road leaking machinery. Mch. Pal., 4th & 

5th ^Sts., Avs. B & C. Canal and levee 

. making machinery. Railroad construction 

• machinery. Ore and rock crushing and 

• handling machinery. Street cleaning mach- 
inery. 

Bacon Co., Edw, R., San Francisco. Coll. Exh. 
Mch. Pal., 4th & 5th Sts., Avs. C & C2. 



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Baker Mfg. Co., Springfield, 111. Machinery. 
Mch. Pal., 4th & 5th Sts., Avs. C & C2. 

Barber Asphalt Paving Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Road Rollers. Mch. T»al., oth St. & Av. I. 

Bartlett & Snow Co., C. O., Cincinnati, O. Gar- 
bage & Refuse Disposal Plant. Wkg. exh. 

' Exposition Grounds. 

Barrett Mfg. Company, New York, N. Y. 
Macadam roads. Min. Pal., 7th, bet. C & D. 

Buffalo Steam Roller Co., Buffalo, N^Y. Steam 
Road Rollers. Mch. Pal., Av. A, cor. 4th St. 

Buffalo Steam Roller Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Road 
Rollers. Wkg. exh. on Expo. Grounds. 

Carnegie Steel Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. Steel 
Sheet Piling and uses. Min. Pal., Av. D. 

Chain Belt Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Concrete 
Mixers. Mch. Pal., 4th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

C.H.&E. Mfg. Co., luc, Milwaukee, Wis. Con- 
tractors' Equip. Mch. Pal., 5th, bet. H & I. 

City Street Improvement Co., San Francisco, 
Cal. Street Svireep.er. Wkg.exh.on Expo.Gnds. 

Concrete Appliance Co., Los Angeles, Cal. Con- 
crete Mixers. Mch. Pal., 5th St. & Av. I. 

Economy Engineering Co., Chicago, III. Man- 
ufacturers. Mch. Pal., Av. H, bet. 3rd & 
4th Sts. Elevators, Portable, Standard and 
special designs. 

Erie Machine Shops, Erie, Pa. Mch. Pal., 4th 
St. & Av. C-2. Tandem Steam Rollers. 

Foote Mfg. Co., Nunda, N. Y. Mch. Pal., 4th Sc 
5th Sts., bet. Avs. C & C-2. Road machinery 
and equipment. 

Gallon Iron Works & Mfg. Company, Gallon, 
O. Mch. Pal., 4th & 5th Sts., bet. Avs. C 
& C-2. Road machinery and equipment. Cor- 
rugated pipe. 

Graves-Spears Road Mchy. Co., Oakland, Cal. 
Coll. exh. Mch. Pal., Av. A, cor. 4th St. 

Harron, Rickard ^ McCone, San Francisco, 
Coll. Exh. Mch. Pal., 4th & 5th, Avs. G&H. 

Headley Good Roads Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Machinery. Mch. Pal., 4th St. & Av. D. 

Hvass & Co., Chas., New York. Road Oilers & 
Sweepers, Mch. Pal., 4th St. & Av. D. 

International Harvester Company of America, 
Chicago, U. S. A. Agr. Pal., 4th St., bet. 
Avs. B & C. Equipment and methods for 
the construction and maintenance of roads, 
streets, highways, etc. 

Iroquois Iron Works, Buffalo, N. Y. Road 
Rollers. Parrott and Company, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., Representative. See ad on 
front cover of Machinery catalog. 

Jaeger Machine Co., The, Columbus, O. Mch, 
Pal., 4th & 5th Sts., bet. Avs. C & C-2. 
Road machinery and equipment. 

Kelly Springfield Road Roller Co. The, Spring- 
field, O. Mch. Pal., 4th St. & Av. D. 

Koehring Machine Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Man- 
ufacturers. Mch. Pal., 4th St., bet. Avs. F&G. 
Koehring Concrete Mixer. Koehring Paving 
Mixer. Koehring Hot Mixer. 

MacLeod Co., The, Cincinnati, O. Incinerators. 
Mch. Pal., 1st St. & Avs. H & I. 

Marland, W. J., Oakland, Cal. Collective Ex- 
hibit. Mch. Pal., 1st St. & Av. D. 

McKiernan-Terry Drill Co., New York, N. Y. 
Pile driving hammer. Min. Pal., Av. D. 

Meese & Gottfried Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Coll. Exh. Mch. Pal., 2d & 3d, Avs. H & I. 

Merrltt Hydraulfc Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Sew 
age Pumping. Mch. Pal., 1st St. & Av, D. 



Municipal Engineering & Contracting Co., Chl^ 

. cago, .111. lload making machinery. Mch. 
Pal., 3r4 St., cor. Av. B. 

Ohio Road Machinery Co., The, Oberlia,^ O. 
Road mchy. Mch. Pal., Av. A, cor. 4th St. 

Olsen Testing Machine Co., Phil., Pa. Testing 
Mchy. & Ins. Mch. Pal., 3rd St. & Av. E, 

Otis Elevator Co., N. Y. Passenger elevators 
& equip. Mch. Pal.j 1st St. & Avs. F & G. 

Pacific Tank & Pipe Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Min. Pal., 6th St., bet. Avs. A * B. Wood 
Caissons, Tanks, Pipe; Sewers for city 
sanitation. 

Parrott & Co., San Francisco, Cal. Collective 
Exhibit. Mch. Pal., 4th & 5th Sts. & Av. I. 

Patent Scaffolding Co., The, New York. Build- 
ing Scaffolds. Mch. Pal., 5th St. & Av. H. 

Pawling k Harnlschfeger Co., Milwaukee. 
Mch. Pal., 4th & 5th Sts, & Av. 02. Trac- 
tion tamper and equipment. 

Pittsburgh, Des Moin«s Steel Co., Pittsburgh, 

. Pa. Water Storage Tanks. Mch. Pal., 5th 
St. & Av. E. 

Power & Mining Machinery Co., Cudahy, Wi». 
Concrete Mixer. Mch. Pal., Av. A, cor. 4th. 

Russell Grader Manufacturing Company, Min- 
neapolis, Minn. Road Machinery, Mch, PaU, 
cor. Av. I & 4th St. Parrott & Co., San 
Francisco, Cal., Representatives. See ad 
on front cover of Machinery catalog. 

Schrader's Sons, Inc., A., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Submarine Armor and Diving Apparatus. 
Av, C, cor. 3rd St. 

Simonds Machinery Co., S. F., Cal. Collective 
Exhibit, Mch. Pal., 1st $s 2nd Sts. & Av. E. 

Smith Co., The T. L., Milwaukee, Wis, Con- c 
tractors' Equip. Mch. Pal., Av, I, bet. 4th 
& 5th Sts. 

Smith Mfg. Co., The A. P., East Orange, N. J. 
Water Wks, Equip, Mch. Pal., 2nd St. & 
Av. G2, 

Smith & Sons Mfg. Co., The, Kansas City, Mo. 
Road Bldg., Road Mchy. Mch. Pal., Av. A, 
cor. 4th St. 

Sterling Wheelbarrow Co., The, AlUs, Wis. 
Contractors' Material. Mch. Pal., Av. G, 
bet. 4th & 5th Sts. 

Sturtevant Mill Co., Boston, Mass. Contract- 
ors' Material. Mch. Pal., 5th, bet. Ava.F&G. 

Universal Crusher Co., Cedar Rapids, la. Con- 
tractors' Material. Mch. Pal., 4th & 5th Sts. 

U. S. Steel Corp'n & Subsidiary Co's,, New 
York, N. Y. Col. exh., Av. D, Min. Pal. 

Waterloo Cement Corpn., Waterloo, la. Con- 
tractors' Mchy. Mch. Pal., 4th St. & Av. D. 

Weber Subterranean Pump Co., N. Y. Sewage 
Pumps. Mch, Pal., cor. 1st St. & Av. 02. 

Western Pipe & Steel Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Metal Culvert. Av, D, Min. Pal. 

Wood & Co., R. D., Philadelphia, Pa. Water 
Works Equipment. Mch. Pal., So. entrance. 

Young Machinery Co., A. L., San Francisco. 
Collective Exh. Mch. Pal., 4th St. & Av. D. 

GROUP 41. 

MODELS, PLANS AND DESIGNS FOR 
PUBLIC WORKS 

Armco Iron Culvert Manufacturers Associa- 
tion, Middletown, Ohio. Corrugated Armco 
Iron Culverts. Mch. Pal., 7th St., bet. 
Avs. C & D. Automatic Flood Gates. 
Pressure Head Gates. 

Baker Mfg. Co., Springfield, 111. Mch. Pal., 4th 
& 5th, bet. C & D. Street cleaning mchy. 



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Barrett Mfg. Co., New York. Brick, wood, 
block pavement. Min. Pal., 7th, bet. C & D. 

Modesto Chamber Of Commerce, Modesto, Cal. 

Av. D, bet. 6th & 7th Sts. Irrig. Dam. 

New York State, Eng.&Surv. of, Albany, N.Y. 
Models of locks, dams, etc. Bet. 6th & 7th 
Sts., Av. D & 5th St. 

Panama Canal Exhibition Co., The, Chicago, 
111. Working exhibit in "Zone." 

U. S. Steel Corp'n & Subsidiary Co's., New 
York, N. Y. Coll. exh., Av. D, Min. Pal. 

GROUP 42. 

ARCHITECTURE. 

Cantin, Alexander A., San Francisco, Cal. 
Drawings. Court of Universe Blvd., cor. 7th. 



GROUP 43. 
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING. 

Barrett Mfg. Co., New York, N. Y. Models for 
Roofs. Min. Pal., 7th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

Broadway Park Place Co., New York, N. Y. 
Av. A, cor. Court of Universe Blvd. 

Eclipse Scaffolding Co., The, Omaha. Building 
Scaffolds. Mch. Pal., 5th St. n,ear Av. H. 

Henderson, W. D., San Francisco, Cal. Bldg. 
C'onstr. Court of Universe Blvd., Av. D 
& 7th St. 

Patent Scaffolding Co., The, New York. Build- 
ing Scaffolds. Mch. Pal., 5th St. & Av. H. 

Randall Elevator Door Control Co., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Mch. Pal., 3rd St., cor. Av. C. 
Pneumatic device for opening and closing 
elevator doors, and automatically locking 
elevator while door is open. 



United States Section 

Government Exhibit. 
Location: Northwest quarter of the Palace of 

Liberal Arts. 
Department of State. 
Department of the Treasury. 

Bureau of Public Health Service, 

Supervising Architect's Office. 

Department of War. 
Medical Corps. 
U. S. Military Academy (West Point). 

Department of the Navy. 

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. 
U. S. Naval Academy (Annapolis). 
And other educational institutions. 



Department of the Interior. 

Office of Secretary National Parks. 

General Land Office. 

Office of Indian Affairs. 

Reclamation Service. 
Department of Commerce. 

Bureau of Census. 

Foreign and Domestic Commerce. 

Bureau of Standards. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey. 
Smithsonian Institution. 

National Museum. 

Civil Service Commission. 
The Panama Canal. 
The Commission of Fine Arts. 
American National Red Cross. 
Library of Congress. 
Motion Picture Exhibit. 



SWEDEN 

The exhibits of Sweden, classified in this De- 
partment, are installed in the Swedish Build- 
ing, Avenue of Nations. 

NETHERLANDS 

Location: Av. C, 5th & 6th Sts. 

GROUP 29 
TYPOGRAPHY— VARIOUS PRINTING 
PROCESSES 
Ensschede & Zonen, Johan, Haarlem. Letter- 
types, printing material and art printing. 
GROUP 32 
/ MANUFACTURE OF PAPER 
Ensschede & Zonen, Johan, Haarlem. Money 
paper, stamps, etc. 

GROUP 35 
MEDICINE AND SURGERY 
Koninklyke Fabriek van Verbandstoflfen, 
Voorheen Utermohlen & Co., Amsterdam. 
Bandages. 
Oostwoud, M. Rytuigfabriek, Franeker. Am- 
bulance service. 
Pool & Zonen, L., Amsterdam. Tooth clean- 
ing means. Instruments of dentistry. 

GROUP 36 
CHEMICAL AND PHARMACAL ARTS 
Koninklyke Stearinekaarsen Fabriek "Gou- 
da," Gouda. Glycerine, stearine, etc. 

GROUP 40 
CIVIL AND MILITARY ENGINEERING 
Van Beest, A. G., Rotterdam. Building ma- 
terials. 



Foreign Section 

NEW ZEALAND 

Location: Avs. C & D, 6th & 8th Sts. 



PALACE OF AGRICULTURE 

GROUP 33 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

Hobday, B., Fielding. Landscape photographs. 
Schmidt, W. J., Auckland. Portraiture. 
Winkelmann, Henry, Auckland. Marine pho- 
tography. 

GROUP 37 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 
Williamson, J., Wellington. Violins. 

PORTUGAL 

Location: Southeast cor. Av. B-C & 7th St. 
GROUP 31 
MAPS AND APPARATUS FOR GEOGRAPHY, 

COSMOGRAPHY AND TOPOGRAPHY 
Victoria Pereira, J. E. Cacella de, Lisbon. 
Chart of Portugal in relief. 

GROUP 33 
PHOTOGRAPHY 
Alvao, Domingos, Oporto. Frames with photo- 
graphs. 
Guedes, Paulo Emilio, Lisbon. Photographs. 
Silva, J. Carlos, Lisbon. Frames with photo- 
graphs. 

GROUP 41 
. MODELS, PLANS AND DESIGNS FOR 

PUBLIC WORKS 
Victoria Pereira, J. E. Cacella de, Lisbon. 
Topographic maps. 



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To Whoa It May Concern:* 

This is to certify that the IBahlgreen Company, of ivhich 
Mr. G. A. WahlgreeTi is the President end Manager, has been given a con- 
tract by the Panama-Pacific International Exposition Company euthcrixing 
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Official Catalogue of 
Exhibitors 



Panama-Pacific International Exposition 

San Francisco, California, J9I5 

CHARLES C. MOORE 
President 



Director-in-Chief 
FREDERICK J. V. SKIFF 

Division of Exhibits 

ASHER CARTER BAKER, Director 

Department E 



MANUFACTURES 

CHAS. H. GREEN Chief 



Preliminary Edition 



Published for the Division of Exhibits by 

The Walgreen Company, Official Publishers 
San Francisco, J9J5 



PREFACE 



By Asher Carter Baker, Director of Exhibits 



A modern, universal exposition is an encyclopedia of man's words and 
works. It is a collection of the achievements and productivity of man for exam- 
ination by the International Jury of Awards, and constitutes a compact, classified, 
indexed compendium of man's activity in all phases, extending to the most material 
as well as to the most refined products. It is estimated that a million objects are 
exposed in the various displays installed within the palaces, in foreign, state and 
special pavilions. To properly classify, group and arrange alphabetically all the 
exhibits of an exposition of such international scope, is a task of such magnitude 
as to make it impossible to provide a complete catalogue of these exhibits on 
opening day of the Exposition. 

This edition of the official catalogue is therefore presented preliminary to 
the revised and complete catalogue which will be issued within a few weeks, and 
to the preparation of which, in realization of its extraordinary value as a document 
of general and commercial reference, special care is being given. 

The present volume, however, capably serves the purpose for which it is 
designed, as an early index of the infinite variety of interesting exhibits which 
are the concrete evidences of the industrial, educational and artistic advancement 
of the world. 

Acknowledgment is hereby offered of the excellent co-operation received in 
the compilation of this catalogue from the Commissioners-General of participating 
nations, officers of State Commissions, individual exhibitors, and more particularly, 
the various officers of the Division of Exhibits, and the Official Catalogue Com- 
pany, publishers of the catalogue. 



MANUFACTURES 



Official Catalogue 
Department E 

CLASSIFICATION OF EXHIBITS 



Stationery, Desk Accessories, Artists' Materials. 

Cutlery. 

Silversmiths' and Goldsmiths' Ware. 

Jewelry. 

Clock and Watch Making. 

Objects Exhibited More for Their Ornamental 
Design Than for Their UtiHty. 

Ornamental Productions in Marble, Bronze, 

Cast Iron and Wrought Iron. 

Leaded, Stained and Mosaic Glass. 

Brushes, Fine Leather Articles, Fancy Articles 
and Basket Work. 

Articles for Traveling and for Camping, India 
Rubber and Gutta Percha Industries. 

Hunting Equipment and Products of Hunting. 

Fishing Equipment and Products. 

Toys. 

Permanent Decoration and Fixed Furniture for 
Buildings and Dwellings. 

Office and Household Furniture and Utilities. 

Mortuary Monuments and Undertakers' 
Furnishings. 

Hardware and Woodenware. 

Electro-Thermal Apparatus. 

Insulating Materials for Electricity. 

Paper Hanging. 



Carpets, Tapestries and Fabrics for Upholstery. 

Upholsterers' Decorations. 

Ceramics. 

Plumbing and Sanitary Materials. 

Glass and Crystal. 

Apparatus and Processes for Heating and 
Ventilation. 

Manufacture, Distribution and Uses of Gas for 
Light and Fuel. 

Apparatus and Methods for Lighting, Not 
Otherwise Classified. 

Textile Materials, Spinning and Rope Making. 

Equipment and Processes Used in the Manu- 
facture of Textile Fabrics. 

Equipment and Processes Used in Bleaching, 
Dyeing, Printing and Finishing Textiles in 
Their Various Stages. 

Equipment and Processes Used in Sewing and 
Making Wearing Apparel. 

Threads and Fabrics of Cotton. 

Threads and Fabrics of Flax, Hemp, Etc.; 

Cordage. 

Yarns and Fabrics of Animal Fibers. 

Silk and Fabrics of Silk. 

Laces, Embroidery and Trimmings. 

Industries Producino^ Wearing Appa-el for 
Men, Women and Children. 

Furs and Skins, Fur Clothing ; I eather, Boots 
and Shoes. 

Various Industries Connected with Clothing. 

Safety Appliances. 



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INTRODUCTION 



Department of Manufactures 

by 
CHARLES H. GREEN, CHIEF. 

The civilization of a nation is reflected by its manufactures. Science and in- 
dustry, applied to natural resources, contribute to the development of mankind by 
lessening his burdens, allowing leisure for cultural pursuits with accumulative bene- 
fits affecting each succeeding generation. 

The primary wealth of a nation lies in its natural resources. The increase 
of wealth through the transformation of raw material into finished articles of com- 
merce in the United States alone in 1913 amounted to more than $10,500,000,- 
000. A further idea of the importance of manufacture is gained when the fact 
is recited that some 275,000 manufacturing concerns are interested in the display 
made at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition; that 6,000,000 wage- 
earners are on the payrolls of these establishments; and that approximately 100,- 
000,000 consumers look to these industries for their supplies. The importance 
which manufacture assumes in the world's affairs is expressed in the number of 
exhibit palaces devoted to this use in the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. 
The Palace of Manufactures and the Palace of Varied Industries, containing the 
exhibits of the Department of Manufactures, adjoin the Tower of Jewels on the 
east, and facing the Avenue of Palms, form a quarter of the main group 
of Exhibit Palaces, the facade of each palace being of different design, to har- 
monize with the Court effect connecting the various palaces. 

The interior construction is especially designed with regard to the require- 
ments of exhibitors in the display of their products. The aisle plan is that of city 
blocks, all avenues running east and west ; streets north and south. 

The specific lines of trade represented in this mammoth display are manifold, 
covering hundreds of industries, including not only the goods one would find in 
the principal retail shops of a large city, but also everything that goes into the 
interior finish and decoration of public and private dwellings, including the plumb- 
ing, heating and ventilating, lighting, art wares, and certain forms of machinery. 

The following classification, each item carrying numerous subdivisions, rep- 
resents the general scope of products embraced in the Department of Manufactures 
and Varied Industries : 

Stationery, Desk Accessories, Artists' Materials. Cutlery, Silversmiths* and 
Goldsmiths' Ware. Jewelry, Clock and Watch Making. Objects of Ornamental 
Design. Glass. Brushes, Fine Leather Articles, Fancy Articles and Basket Work. 
Traveling and Camping Articles. India Rubber and Gutta Percha Industries. 



Hunting Equipment and Products of Hunting. Fishing Equipment and Products. 
Toys. Permanent Decoration and Fixed Furniture, Office and Household Fur- 
niture and Utilities. Mortuary Monuments and Undertakers' Furnishings. Hard- 
ware and Woodenware. Electro-Thermal Apparatus. Insulating Materials for 
Electricity. Paper Hanging. Carpets, Tapestries and Fabrics for Upholstery. 
Upholsterers' Decorations. Ceramics. Plumbing and Sanitary Materials. Glass 
and Crystal. Heating and Ventilating Apparatus and Processes. Gas in Various 
Phases. Lighting Methods and Apparatus. Textile Materials, Spinning and 
Rope Making. Equipment and Processes in Textile Manufacturing. Equipment 
and Processes for Finishing Textiles. Sewing Equipment and Processes. Threads 
and Cotton Fabrics. Threads and Fabrics of Flax, Hemp, etc. Cordage, Yarns 
and Fabrics of Animal Fibres. Silk and Silk Fabrics. Laces, Embroidery, Trim- 
mings. Industries Producing Wearing Apparel. Furs and Skins, Fur Clothing. 
Leather, Boots and Shoes. Various Industries Connected with Clothing. Safety 
Appliances. 

In the Palace of Manufactures proper, where the idea of utility controls, there 
are two great divisions; one inclusive of heating, hardware, glass, lighting and 
merchandise in woods and metals; in the other, clothing, textiles, etc. In the 
Palace of Varied Industries, where ornamentation of the beautiful controls, are 
installed the articles which add to use, such as the contents of the House Beautiful. 

Of the total vast area embraced within the spacious confines of these great 
structures, 55 per cent of the floor space is given over to the exhibition of the 
products of American manufacturers, and 45 per cent to those of the foreign na- 
tions. The United States exhibits are arranged in industrial groups, while the 
foreign displays are classified according to nationality. 



HOW TO LOCATE AN EXHIBIT 

The Palace of Manufactures is laid out in blocks, which are 
consecutively numbered from 1 to 33, inclusive, as shown on the 
floor plan. The aisles are designated as streets (First to Eighth) 
running north to south, and as avenues (A to D), from east to west. 
To locate an exhibitor refer to the name, alphabetically arranged 
under the exhibit group to which each belongs in the official classi- 
fication, and note the aisles location following each name. Street 
and Avenue signs are erected at their intersection on the corners of 
all blocks. 

All Exhibits entered in this Catalogue are located in the Palace 
of Manufactures, unless otherwise indicated after the entry. The 
following are abbreviations used in this Catalogue to designate other 
Ebchibit Palaces : 

Fine Arts Palace Fn. A. Pal. 

Education Palace Ed. Pal. 

Liberal Arts Palace Lb. A. Pal. 

Manufactures Palace Mfr. Pal. 

Varied Industries Palace V. I. Pal. 

Machinery Palace Mch. Pal. 

Transportation Palace Trns. Pal. 

Agriculture Palace .Agr. Pal. 

Food Products Palace Fd. Pr. Pal. 

Live Stock Palace Lv. St. Pal. 

Horticulture Palace ...Hor. Pal. 

Mines and Metallurgy Palace Min. Pal. 



DEPARTMENT OF MANUFACTURES 

Official Classification of 

Exhibits 

DEPARTMENT E 

GROUP 44 

STATIONERY, DESK ACCESSORIES, ARTISTS' MATERIALS 

Class UIO. Equipment for and processes used in making or preparing stationery, account 
books, copy books, envelopes, bags, wrappers. 

Class 217, Made-up paper and card- board; ruled, bordered or ornamented paper, note paper, 
envelopes, pockets, bags ; school copy books, memorandum books, note books, 
letter-copying books, account books, book covers; menu cards, playing cards, 
paper boxes, cases ; packages of cigarette papers, etc. 

Class 218. Desk furnishings, inks, pens, pencils, penholders, crayon holders, wax and wafers, 
paper weights, ink stands, letter presses, etc. 

Class 219. Artists' materials for painting, architecture, sculpture, pyrography, and draw- 
ing; canvases, panels, crayons, brushes, hair pencils; mathematical instruments 
for architects, etchers, engravers, burners, sculptors; tracing papers and cloths; 
parchments ; colors, varnishes, charcoals, pastels, stumps, lay figures, easels ; 
color boxes and other artists' material not named above. 

GROUP 45 
CUTLERY 

Class 220. Special equipment for the manufacture, grinding and polishing of cutlery. 

Class 221. Table cutlery, pocket knives, knives with fixed blades. 

Class 222, Cutlery for gardens, and for various trades. 

Class 223. Scissors and work-box accessories. 

Class 224. .Razors of all kinds. 

Class 225. Fine cutlery in polished steel. 

Class 226. Small silversmiths' ware. 

Class 227. Side arms of all kinds. 

GROUP 46 

SILVERSMITHS' AND GOLDSMITHS' WARE 

(Appliances, Processes and Products.) 

Class 228. Special equipment for manufacture, hand tools; outfits for casting machinery 

(lathes, scales, etc.) ; outfits for electro-plating, etc. Methods of work. 
Class 229. Goldsmiths' and silversmiths' work for religious or common uses in gold, silver, 

bronze or other metal; plated ware; articles gilt or silver-plated by any process. 
Class 2.30. Enameled work:, goldsmiths' enamel; enamels painted upon metal. 

GROUP 47 
JEWELRY 

(Equipment, Processes and Products.) 

Class 231. Special equipment. Methods of work. 

Class 232. Fine jewelry; gold and silver jewelry; jewelry in platinum, aluminum, etc; 
jewelry set with precious stones; jewelry in debased gold for exportation. 

Class 233. Lapidary work; diamond cutting, cutting of gems; engraving of fine stones; 
engraving of hard cameos and of shells. 

Class 234. Imitation lapidary work. Imitation of precious stones, pearls, etc. 

Class 235. Gilt jewelry; imitation jewelry in copper and other metals; steel jewelry; mourn- 
ing jewelry in jet and glass; jewelry in coral, amber, mother-of-pearl, etc. 

GROUP 48 
CLOCK AND WATCH MAKING 

(Equipment, Processes and Products.) 
Class 236. Special equipment for manufacturing clocks and watches; hand tools; machine 

tools (lathes and other tools) ; measuring instruments. 
Class 237. Preparation of various metals used by watch and clock makers; separate parts 

of watch and clock work; springs; watch cases in precious or common materials; 

holes and fittings in rubies or in other jewels; enameled or other dials, etc. 
Class 238. Clocks for churches and public buildings, time recorders. 
Class 239. Astronomical clocks. Marine chronometers. 
Glass 240. Clocks moved by electricity, air or water. 

Class 241. Ornamental clocks and timekeepers ; regulators ; alarm clocks. 
Class 242. Watches, pocket chronometers; watchmen's time registers. 
Class 243. Metronomes, various recording instruments. Clepsydras and hour glasses. 
Class 244. Chimes connected with clock work. 



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Glass 245. 
Class 24U. 
Class U47. 
Class 248 
Class 249. 
Class 250. 



Class 251. 



Class 252. 



Class 253. 



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Class 255. 



Class 256. 



Class 257. 



GROUP 49 
OBJECTS EXHIBITED MORE FOR THEIR ORNAMENTAL DESIGN THAN FOR THEIR 

UTILITY 

Special designs and patterns in glass. 

{special designs in earthenware, pottery or porcelain. 

Special designs in metal. _ 

Special designs in leather. 

Special designs in wood. 

Special designs in textiles. 

GROUP 50 

ORNAMENTAL PRODUCTIONS IN MARBLE, BRONZE, CAST IRON AND WROUGHT 

IRON 
(Equipment, Processes and Products.) 
Special equipment for the manufacture of ornamental metal objects; types of 
loundries; patterns ana moulas. Outfit for and specimens of repousse work; 
processes for mechanical reduction. 
Reproductions of works of art in marble, stone, plaster, terra cotta, wax, etc. 
Urnamentaliy stampea and damascened metals. 

GROUP 51 
LEADED, STAIJSED AND MOSAIC GLASS 

Glass for churches, public buildings and private dwellings. Speciments of various 
kinds of glass useu lor uecorative winaows. Special enamels. 

GROUP 52 ■ 

BRUSHES, FINE LEATHER ARTICLES, FANCY ARTICLES AND BASKET WORK 

(Equipment, Processes and Products.) 

Equipment and methous used in the manufacture of brushes, fine leather articles, 
lancy articles and basket work. 

Brushes; toilet brushes designated as fine brushes; brushes for household, harness 
and stable use, etc., designated as coarse brushes ; brushes for house painting, 
aesignated as paint brushes; leather brushes; brooms; lioor brushes. 

Fine leather gooas ; scaooards, portmonnaies, poi'tfolios, toilet cases, note book 
covers, cigar cases, small objects and fancy articles in skins; clasps for port- 
monnaies and handbags. " 

Fancy articles; work boxes and small fancy furniture; liquor cases, glove boxes, 
jewel cases; turneu articles, engine turned, carved, engraved in ivory, tortoise 
shell, mother-oi-pearl, etc., pipes and smokers' articles, snulf boxes; toilet and 
other combs in ivory, tortoise shell, horn, celluloid, boxwood, etc. ; various 
articles in lacquer work, small bronzes. 
Class 258. Basket work; basket and hampers for common use; fancy baskets for confec- 
tioners, tor household use, traveling, etc. 
GROUP 53 
ARTICLES FOR TRAVELING AND FOR CAMPING. INDIA RUBBER AND GUTTA 

PERCHA INDUSTRIES 

Trunks, valises, bags, satchels, baskets, dressing and traveling cases ; packing 
cases and boxes; shawl straps, etc. Locks and other fittings for trunks, valises, 
etc. Cushions. Alpenstocks, grapnels, parasols. Various requisites for travelers. 

Portable equipment specially prepared for traveling and for scientific expeditious ; 
outfits lor geologists, mineralogists, naturalists, colonists, pioneers, explorers, etc. 

Tents and accessories. Beds, hammocks, seats, folding chairs, and other camp 
furniture and equipment. Portable houses. 

Tents and furniture of military types. 

Equipment and methods used in the manufacture of India rubber and gutta 
percha goods. 

Commercial products of the India rubber and gutta percha industry. Water- 
proof clothing and boots and shoes. Rubber tloor covering. Substitutes for 
rubber. 

GROUP 54 
HUNTING EQUIPMENT AND PRODUCTS OF HUNTING 
Sportsmen's and trappers' arms and accessories; sportsmen's ammunition. 
Hunting equipment; appliances for training dogs. 

Material, dress and equipment for games and sports. Sporting goods and supplies ; 
tracks paraphernalia. 

Skins and furs in the rough; skins prepared for the furrier. Taxidermists' work. 
Horn, ivory, bone, tortoise shell. 

GROUP 55 
FISHING EQUIPMENT AND PRODUCTS 
Floating appliances used in fishing. Nets, tackle, boats; devices and implements 

for sea fishing. Nets, traps and appliances for fresh water fishing. 
Anglers' apparel, rods, reels and lines. 
Machines and equipment for making nets. 



Class 259. 

Class 260. 

Class 261. 

Class 262. 
Class 263. 

Class 264. 



Class 265. 
Class 266. 
Class 267. 

Class. 268. 
Class 269. 



Class 270. 



Class 271 
Class 272, 



Class 273. Sea and fresh water pearls; pearl shells and mother-of-pearl; sponges; corals. 



AND VARIED INDUSTRIES 



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GROUP 56 
TOYS 

Class 274. Equipment and processes used in the manufacture of toys. 

Class 275. Playthings: dolls, talking dolls and accessories, playthings in metal, dolls' dinner 
and tea services, children's watches, mechanical toys, arms and equipment for 
children, musical instruments, dolls' furniture, horses, animals, carts, toys in 
India rubber and in gold beaters' skin, scientific and educational toys. Games, 
Children's books. 

GROUP 57 

PERMANENT DECORATION AND FIXED FURNITURE FOR BUILDINGS AND 

DWELLINGS 

Class 276. Plans, drawings and models of interior decorations. 

Class 277. Carpentry; models of frame work, roof work, vaults, domes, wooden partitions, 
etc, 

Class 278. Ornamental joiner work ; doors, windows, panels, inlaid floors, organ cases, choir 
stalls, etc. 

Class 279. Permanent decorations in marble, stone, plaster, papier-mach6, carton pierre, etc. 

Class 280. Ornamental carvings and pyrographics. 

Class 281. Iron work and locksmiths' work applied to decoration; grill work and doors in 
cast or wrought iron; doors and balustrades in bronze; roof decoration in lead, 
copper, zinc; dormers, spires, finials, vanes; crest and ridge work. 
Decorative paintings on stone, wood, metal, canvas or other surfaces. Signs of 



Class 282. 
Class 283. 



all varieties, 
Mosaic decorations in stone 
and vaulted surfaces. 



or marble for flooring; enameled mosaic for walls 



Class 284. Various applications of ceramics to the permanent decoration of public buildings 
and dwellings. (See also Ceramics.) 



GROUP 58 
OFFICE AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND UTILITIES 

Class 285. Sideboards, bookcases, tables, stands, beds, mirrors, desks, files, filing systems, 
cabinets, wardrobes, chiffoniers, chairs, settees, couches and lounges, billiard 
tables, etc. ; vacuum cleaners, carpet sweepers, washing machines, etc. 

GROUP 59 
MORTUARY MONUMENTS AND UNDERTAKERS' FURNISHINGS 
Class 286. Marble, stone and metal monuments : mausoleums and fittings. 
Class 287. Coffins, caskets and undertakers' furnishing goods. 

GROUP 60 
HARDWARE AND WOODENWARE 

Class 288. Special tools (not included in the class of machine tools) used by smiths, farriers, 

bolt makers, screw cutters, wire drawers, nail makers, buckle makers, chain 

makers, copper-smiths, tin-smiths, edge tool makers, iron founders, ironmongers, 

locksmiths, model makers, etc. 
Class 289. Hardware not otherwise provided for, made of plates, forgings, or castings. 

Fittings, cocks, taps, etc. Bells; buckles; machine-made bronzes; shoes for 

horses and for other animals; flatirons, etc. 
Class 290. Bolts, nuts and screws for wood or metal. 
Class 291. Products of nail makine and wire drawing; nails, brads, tacks, staples; wire 

ropes, barbed wire, wire fencing, wire cloth, and wire gauze; wire springs; 

rings and hooks. 
Class 292. Chain making products and kindred industries. 
Class 293. Metal plates, flanged, stamped, decorated, perforated, etc., builders' work in 

sheet metals. 
Class 294. Enameled plates and castings for buildings, household and general use. 
Class 295. Hollow ware (cast or pressed) plain, polished, japanned, enameled, granitized or 

porcelain lined. Metal household utensils. 
Class 296. Articles from the re-mannfacture of sheet metals, produced by cutting, drawing, 

stamping, spinning; including caps, ferrules, small boxes, cans, metal vessels, 

lamp shades, etc. 
Class 297. Woodworking hand tools; axes, adzes, hatches, chisels, planes, boring tools, saws, 

hammers, etc. 
Class 298. Builders' and upholsterers' hardware: fittings and fastenings for doors, windows, 

etc. ; casters, clamps, brackets, pulls, etc. 
Class 299. Safes, safety vaults and accessories ; safe locks. 

Class 300. Metal work feast, wrought, or wire) for stair railings, balusters, gratings, bal- 
conies, grill work, etc. 
Class 301. Metal work (plated, enameled, etc.) for bed-steads, gas and electric light fixtures, 

store fixtures, cash carriers, etc. 
Class 302. Summer houses and pavilions in metal; lawn bird cages, aviaries, awnings, awning 

fittings, verandas. 
Class 303. Metal shutters for windows, doors ; screens and Venetian blinds. 



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Class 304. Various products of exact rolling or of beating of gold, silver and tin; metallic 
foils. 

Class 305. Various hardware products of gilding, silver-plating, copper-plating, bronzing, gal- 
vanizing, nickel-plating, electro-plating. 

Class 306. Woodenware for household use. Miscellaneous manufactured articles of wood not 
otherwise classified. Baskets and boxes of split wood. 



Class 307. 



Class 308. 



Class 309. 
Class 310. 



Class 311. 
Class 312. 



Class 313. 



Class 314. 
Class 315. 



Class 316. 
Class 317. 



Class 318. 
Class 319. 

Class 320. 
Class 321. 
Class 322. 
Class 323. 
Class 324. 
Class 325. 

Class 326. 
Class 327. 
Class 328; 
Class 329. 



Class 330. 



GROUP 61 
ELECTRO-THEBMAIi APPARATUS 

Electric cooking devices, clothes pressing irons, air heaters, etc. 

GROUP 62 
INSULATING MATERIALS FOR ELECTRICITY 

Insulating materials of mica, glass, rubber, porcelain and other substances ; insulat- 
ing compounds and fabrics. (For devices made of insulating materials see 
Class 510.) 

GROUP 63 
PAPER HANGING 
(Raw Materials, Equipment, Processes and Products.) 
Special raw materials used in the manufacture of wall i>aper. 

Machinery for printing wall paper and fancy papers. Machines for engraving 
printing rollers. Flat wood blocks or copper plates, engraved by hand. Draw- 
ing pens. Machines for varnishing, glazing, calendering, embossing, gilding, 
flocking, rolling and cutting. 
Special brushes and cloths used in the laying of wall paper. 

Stained papers, printed papers. Flocked, marbled, veined, gilt, enameled and 
glazed paper. Imitations of wood, leather and tapestry. 



CARPETS, 



GROUP 64 
TAPESTRIES AND FABRICS FOB UPHOLSTERY 



(Materials, Equipment, Methods and Products.) 

Special machinery for the manufacture of carpets and tapestry; high warp looms, 
low warp looms, bobbin-winders, etc. 

Carpets, moquette, tapestry, brussels, or velvet. Felt carpets, mats, etc. 

Furniture and wall covering materials in silk, wool, cotton, linen, jute, ramie, 
grass, plain, mixed, brocaded, printed, embroidered. Horse-hair cloths, vege- 
table leather, moleskin, etc. Tjcather for hangings and for covering furniture. 
Oil cloths, linoleums and similar floor coverings. 

GROUP 65 

UPHOLSTERERS' DECORATIONS 

Decoration for public and private festivals, for religious services, etc. Buntings, 
flags. 

Bed furnishings; upholstered chairs; canopies, curtains, window shades and fit- 
tings ; hangings of cloth or tapestry ; frames, etc. 

•GROUP 66 

CERAMICS 

(Raw Materials, Equipment, Processes and Products.) 

Raw materials, particularly chemical products used in ceramic industries. 

Equipment and methods used in the manufacture of earthenware; machines for 
turning, pressing and moulding earthenware; furnaces, kilns, muffles, and baking 
apparatus for earthenware; appliances for preparing and grinding enamels. 

Various porcelains. 

Bisque of porcelain and of earthenware. 

Earthenware of white or colored body, with transparent or tin glazes. Faience. 

Earthenware and terra cotta for agricultural purposes. 

Stoneware, plain and decorated. 

Tiles, plain, encaustic and decorated; mosaics, tiles and bricks for floors. (See 
also Group 153.) 

Fire-proof materials. (See also Group 153.) 

Statuettes, groups and ornaments in terra cotta. 

Enamels applied to ceramics. 

Borders for fireplaces and mantels. 

GROUP 67 
PLUMBING AND SANITARY MATERIALS 

Sanitary earthenware; bathing apparatus and attachments, lavatory fittings, laundry 
tubs, basins, cocks, draws, etc.; sewerage apparatus, plumbers' appliances. 



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GROUP 68 
GLASS AND CRYSTAL 

(Raw Materials, Equipment, Processes and Products.) 

Class 331. Raw materials and particularly chemical products used in the manufacture of 
glass. 

Class 332. Equipment and processes used in the manufacture of glass and crystal; equip- 
ment for the preparation of raw materials; furnaces; blowing apparatus ; moulds ; 
lathes for engraving and shaping; apparatus for cutting and for casting, etc. 

Class 333. Window glass, white or colored, fluted, curved, enameled, etc. Glass for photog- 
raphy. 

Class 334. Plate glass, rough or polished. Silvered glass. Glass for pavements. Mirrors 
for projections. Glass with surface in relief. 

Class 335. Table glass; glass crystal, white or colored, cut or engraved; glassware and glass 
apparatus for scientific uses. 

Class 336. Ornamental glass. Fused quartz products. 

Class 337. Bottles. 

Class 338. Enamels; their application to glass. 

Class 339. Mosaics of glass. (Architectural mosaics excepted.) 

Class .340. Imitation of precious stones. 

Class 341. Watch glasses. 

Class 342. Glass used for optical purposes ; spectacle glass. Lens grinding machinery. 

GROUP 69 
APPARATUS AND PROCESSES FOR HEATING AND VENTILATION 

Class 343. Plans and models showing methods of heating buildings, including public build- 
ings, factories, dwelling houses. Plans and models for sanitation and ventila- 
tion of kitchens and small living, rooms. 

Class 344. Methods of conveying and distributing steam, hot water and hot air, used sepa- 
rately or in combination. 

Class 345. Plans, methods and equipment for natural ventilation; ventilation by exhaustion; 
updraft ventilators: ventilators operated by wind or by difference of temperature; 
ventilation by mechanical means and their combination. 

Class 346. Stoves, furnaces and boilers, peculiar to the various systems of hot air, hot water 
and steam heating. Heating stoves using wood, coal, gas or other fuel. Fit- 
tings for sam«. 

Class 347. Radiators of heat used in connection with heating systems. 

Class 348. Kitchen ranges and fittings, steam cooking ranges, hot water boilers, combined 
cooking and heatine stoves, special forms of cooking stoves and apparatus. 
Ranges ar»d other kitchen equipment for preparing food in large quantities. 
Cooking utensils. 

Class 349. Accessories to heating and ventilation. Measuring and registering apparatus; 
ordinary and self-registering thermometers, pyrometers, anemometers; regulators 
of temperature, of draft, of pressure; automatic drip cocks and air cocks, cocks 
especially fitted for heating apparatus, electric thermostats. 

Class .350. Chimney fittings. Dampers for chimneys, flue stoppers, special sheet iron 
chimney pots. Openings for hot air and ventilation; gratings and plates. 

Class 351. Stoves and chimneys in earthenware. Fireplace and chimney pottery. Earthen- 
ware and refractory materials for heaters, stoves and chimneys. 

Class 352. Hearth furnishings; fire lighters; ash sifters; utensils for cleaning and repairing 
heaters and stoves; other accessories. 



GROUP 70 
MANUFACTURE, DISTRIBUTION AND USES OF GAS FOR LIGHT AND FUEL 

C^ass 353. Manufacture of gas: processes and apparatus for manufacturing gas from coal; 
processes and appar^tiiR for manufacturing water gas; processes and apparatus 
for manufacturing oil gas; apparatus and materials for the physical and chemical 
cleansing of gas; apparatus for testing crude materials and manufactured gas. 

Class .354. Distribution of gas : pipe, pipe fittings, valves, pressure-regulating apparatus ; tools 
used in laying mains or services; meters and eras measuring apparatus; appli- 
ances for the transmission of gas, including exhausters and compressors. (See 
Class 464.) 

Class 355. Uses of gas: incandescent gas lamps and mantels, gas burners, and appliances 
for gas lighting; appliances for cookina: bv gas;, appliances for heating by gas, 
including water heaters and hot air furnaces ; appliances for utilizing gas for 
industrial purposes. 

GROUP 71 
APPARATUS AND METHODS FOR LIGHTING. NOT OTHERWISE CLASSIFIED 

Class 356. TvierhtinGr bv means of vegetable or mineral oils, petroleum, shale heavy oil, heavy 
oil sprayed. Lamps, burners, wicks, lamr) fhimnevs, and other accessories. 
Apparatus for domestic, industrial and public lighting. 

Class 357. Lighting by acetylene gas or vaporized s-asoline, alcohol, etc. Lamps, burners, 
chimneys, and other accessories and apparatus for domestic, industrial and 
public lighting. 

Class 358. Accessories to lighting: lighters, glasses, globes, shades, reflectors, screens, smoke 
consumers, chandeliers and fixtures. 



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Class 359. 



Class 350. 
Class 361. 



Cflass 362. 



GROUP 72 
TEXTILE MATERIALS, SPINNING AND ROPE MAKING* 

Machinery and apparatus used in preparing and spinning textile materials. Speci- 
mens of materials showing progress of work. 

Detached parts of spinning machinery and special machines for their manufacture. 

Apparatus used in subsequent operations; spooling, winding, twisting, throwing. 
Mechanical finishing of goods. 

Apparatus for sorting, testing and registering. Apparatus for perfecting. Equip- 
ment for making cordage, 

GROUP 73 
EQUIPMENT AND PROCESSES USED IN THE MANUFACTURE OF TEXTILE FABRICS* 

*Textile machinery not in operation as part of a process exhibit will be installed in 
Machinery Hall. 

Class 363. Apparatus used in operations preliminary to 
winders. Card preparing machines. 
Hand and power looms for weaving plain cloths 

and embroidered fabrics, box looms. 
Knitting machinery for hosiery. Machinery for making lace and tulle. Machinery 
for making trimmings. 

GROUP 74 
AND PROCESSES USED IN BLEACHING, DYEING, PRINTING AND 
FINISHING TEXTILES IN THEIR VARIOUS STAGES 

Apparatus for singeing, brushing and shearing textile fabrics. 

Apparatus for washing in lye, scouring, washing, drying and moistening various 

textile materials, whether matted, combed in thread or in web. 
Apparatus for boiling and staining dye stuffs and stuffs for thickening fabrics. 
Equipment for engraving in relief, or in incised work patterns, for printing on 



Class 364. 
Class 365. 



EQUIPMENT 



Class 366, 
Class 367. 



Class 368. 
Class 369. 



weaving; machines for warping, cop 
Looms for weaving brocaded 



textiles. 

Class 370. Machines for starching, dyeing or printing. Apparatus for steaming. 

Class 371. Machinery of all kinds for finishing goods, for fulling, and for teaseling; tenter- 
frames, calenders, machines for glazing, watering, embossing, beetling. Machines 
for measuring, folding, etc. 

Class 372. Appliances used for dyeing silks, for beating, shaking up, pinning out, lustering, 
etc. 

Class 373. Sweating boxes for thickening, apparatus for spotting, apparatus for bleaching 
by electricity. 

Class 374. Equipment and processes for laundry work. Washing and rinsing, bluing, drying, 
bleaching, ironing and finishing. 

Class 375. Industry of the dyers and scourers; dry cleaning by benzine and by other sub- 
stances; cleaning by wet process; dyeing, pressing. 

Class 376. Specimens of textile materials bleached or dyed before spinning. 

Class 377. Specimens of threads or yarns of cotton, linen, wool, silk, etc., pure or mixed, 
bleached, dyed or mottled. 

Class 378. Specimens of textile fabrics bleached, dyed or printed. 

Class 379. Specimens of threads, yarns or fabrics which have been sized. 

Class 380. Specimens of chemical thickening of textile materials before they have been spun 
or woven. 

GROUP 75 

EQUIPMENT AND PROCESSES USED IN SEWING AND MAKING WEARING APPAREL 

Class 381. Common implements used in needle work. 

Class 382. Machines for cutting cloth, skins and leathers. 

Class 383. Machines for sewing, stitching, hemming, embroidering, etc. 

Class 384. Machines for making button-holes ; for sewing gloves, leather, etc. ; for plaiting 

straw. 
Class 385. Tailors' geese, flatirons and equipment. 
Class 386. Busts and figures for trying on garments. 
Class 387. Machines for plaiting straw for hats and making hats of straw, felt, etc. 



GROUP 76 
THREADS AND FABRICS OF COTTON 

Class 388. Cotton prepared and spun. 

Class 389. Fabrics of cotton, pure or mixed, plain or figured, unbleached, dyed or printed. 

Class 390. Cotton velvets. 

Class 391. Cotton ribbons. 

Class 392. Counterpanes. 



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Class 393, 
Class 394. 



GROUP 77 
THREADS AND FABRICS OF FLAX, HEMP, ETC.; CORDAGE 

Thread of flax, hemp, jute, ramie and other vegetable fibers. 

Plain and figured canvas. Ticking, Damask linen. Cambrics and lawns. 



hemp, jute or ramie. 



Plain 
and fancy handkerchiefs. 
Fabrics of flax, or herrp, mixed with cotton or silk. 
Fabrics and vegetable fibres other than cotton, flax, 
Cordage, cables, rope, twine, etc. 

GROUP 78 
YARNS AND FABRICS OF ANIMAL FIBERS 

Combed animal fibers. Yarn of combed animal fibers. 

Carded animal fiber. Rovings unbleached or dyed. Yarn of carded animal fibers. 

Cloths of combed or carded animal fibers. 

Cloths for ladies' wear, made from animal fiber. 

Dress goods of combed or carded animal fibers, mixed with cotton or silk. 

Muslin delaine, tweeds, merinos, china-satins, serges, mohairs, etc. 

Fabrics of carded animal fibers, not fulled or slightly fulled; flannels, tartans, 

molletons, etc. 
Knitted stuffs in combed or carded animal fibers. 
Shawls of animal fibers, pure or mixed. Cashmere shawls. 
Ribbons and braids of animal fibers, pure or mixed with cotton, flax, silk or floss 

silk. 
Fabrics of hair, pure or mixed. 
Blankets. 

Felts of animal fibers for carpets, hats, boots and shoes, etc. 
GROUP 79 
SILK AND FABRICS OF SILK 
Silk raw, thrown, twisted. 
Floss silk and silk waste. 
Threads of floss silk and silk waste. 
Artificial silks. 
Fabrics of pure silk, silk floss, or silk waste; 

with gold, silver, wool, cotton, thread, etc., 

bleached, dyed or printed. 
Velvets and plushes. 

Ribbons of silk, or silk floss, pure or mixed. 
Shawls of silk or silk floss, pure or mixed. 

GROUP 80 
LACES, ElMBROIDERY AND TRIMMINGS 

Lace made by hand; laces, blonde or guipure, wrought 

needle or crochet, made of flax, cotton, silk, wool, gold. 
Laces made by machinery; tulles, plain or embroidered; 

and guipure, in thread of every kind. 
Embroidery made by hand ; embroidery by needle or crochet with thread of every 

kind, on all kind's of grounds (fabric, net, tulle, skin, etc.) including needle 

work upon canvas as well as embroidery applique, or ornamented with gems, 

pearls, jet, spangles of metal, or other material, feathers, shells, etc. 
Embroidery made by rrachinery, with the foundation preserved, or with the 

foundation cut or burned away. 
Trimmings: galloons, lace or braids, fringes, tassels, all kinds of applique and 

ornamental work, hand-made or woven, for millinery or garments, ecclesiastical 

vestments, civil or military uniforms; for furniture, saddlery, carriages, etc. 

Threads and plates of metai, gold or silver, real or imitation, spangles, chenilles, 

and all other articles used for trimmings. 
Church embroidery; church ornaments and linen; altar cloths, banners and other 

objects for religious ceremonies in fabrics, ornamented with lace, embroideries 

and trimmings. 
Curtains with lace, guipure, or embroidery, upon tulle or fabrics; blinds, screens, 

portieres, lambrequins, and other draperies, ornamented with lace, embroidery 

and trimmings. 

GROUP 81 
INDUSTRIES PRODUCING WEARING APPAREL FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN 
Class 426. Clothing to measure for men and boys; ordinary costumes, suits for hunting and 

riding, leather breeches and similar articles, suits for gymnastic uses and games, 

military and civil uniforms, campaign clothing of special types, robes and 

costumes for magistrates, members of the bar, professors, ecclesiastics, etc., 

liveries, various costumes for children. 
Clothing, ready made for men and boys. 
Clothing to measiire for women and girls; dresses, vests, jackets, cloaks (made 

by ladies' tailors, dress makers, or cloak makers), riding habits, sporting suits. 
Clothing ready made for women and girls. Patterns, 



Class 395, 
Class 396 
Class 397, 



Class 398. 
Class 399. 
Class 400. 
Class 401. 
Class 402. 
Class 403, 
Class 404. 

Class 405. 
Class 406. 
Class 407. 

Class 408. 
Class 409. 
Class 410. 



Class 411. 
Class 412, 
Class 413, 
Class 414. 
Class 415, 



Class 416. 
Class 417. 
Class 418. 



Class 419. 
Class 420. 
Class 421. 

Class 422. 
Class 423. 

Class 424. 
Qass 425. 



fabrics of silk or silk floss mixed 
, plain, figured, or brocaded, un- 



on pillow or with the 

silver or other threads. 

imitation lace, blonde 



Class 427. 
Class 428. 



Class 429. 



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GROUP 82 
rUES AND SKINS, FUR CLOTHING; LEATHER, BOOTS AND SHOES 

Class 430. Furs and skins, dressed and tanned. 

Class 431. Fur clothing, caps, hats, hoods, gloves, boots, etc. 

Class 432. Fur mats and robes ; fur trimmings. 

Class 433. Leather in every variety; tanned, curried, enameled, patent leather, wash leather, 
etc. 

Class 434. Machines for cutting and preparing parts of boots or shoes; machines for sew- 
ing boots or shoes; machines for lasting, pegging, nailing, screwing. 

Class 435. Boots and shoes, for men, women and children ; boots, bootees, shoes, slippers, 
pumps, overshoes, soles, accessories, etc. ; gaiters. 

Class 436. Military and naval campaign footwear. 

Class 437. Gloves made of skins. 

GROUP 83 

VARIOUS INDUSTRIES CONNECTED WITH CLOTHING 

Class 438. Hats; hats of felt, wool, straw, or silk; caps; trimmings for hats. 

Class 439. Artificial flowers for dressing the hair, for dress, and for all other uses. Feathers, 

Millinery. Hair: coiffures, wigs and switches. 
Class 440. Shirts and underclothing for men, women and children. 
Class 441. Hosiery and gloves of cotton, wool, silk and floss silk, etc., knitted hosiery; 

cravats and neck-ties. 
Class 442. Corsets. 

Class 443. Elastic goods, suspenders, garters, belts. 

Class 444. Canes, whips, riding whips, sun-shades, parasols, umbrellas. 
Class 445. Buttons : buttons of china, metal, cloth and silk, mother-of-pearl, and other shell, 

ivory-nut, horn, bone, papier-mache, etc. 
Class 446. Buckles, eyelets, hooks and eyes, pins, needles, etc. 
Class 447. Fans and handscreens. 

GROUP 84 

SAFETY APPLIANCES 

Class 448. Safety appliances and devices for protection of those engaged in manufacturing 
work and processes, not exhibited in connection with machines. (See also 
Classes 472 and 476.) 



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GROUP 44 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 
Pittsburg, Pa. Electric Eraser Outfits. 
Mch., 4th St., bet. Avs. E & F., 2nd and 
4th St., bet. Avs. C & 02. 

GROUP 45 

CUTLERY 

Simmons Hardware Company, St. Louis, Mo., 

Manufacturers. 5th St. cor. Av. C. Manu- 
facturers and distributers of Keen Kutter 

Tools, Cutlery and Hardware. 8(),000 items 

cataloged. 

GROUP 52 

BRUSHES, FINE LEATHER ARTICLES. 

FANCY ARTICLES AND BASKET WORK 

Bisseli Carpet Sweeper Co., The, Gd. Rapids, 

Mich. Cpt. Swprs. Mfr., 8th St. & Av. D. 
Cassard, Hamilton, Baltimore, Md. Broom & 

Brush Sewing Mches. Mfr., 8th St. & Av.D. 
Hoag Duster Company, The, Monticello, la. 

Feather Dusters. Mfr., 8th St. & Av. D. 
Levenson Company, San Francisco, Cal. 

Brooms and Brushes. Mfr., 8th St. & Av. 

D. 
Malm, C. A. & Co., S. F., Cal. Mfrs 7th St., 

bet. Avs. B&C. Portfolios, toilet cases, etc. 
National Veneer Products Company, Misha- 

waka, Ind. Bags, Suitcases, etc. Mfr., Av. 

B, cor. 8th St. "Indestructo" Sanitary 

Hampers. 
0-So-Ezy Mop Co., Detroit, Mich. Polish mops, 

dustless dusters. Mfr., 7th St., cor. Av. D. 
Ox Fibre Brush Co., Frederick, Md. Brushes. 

Mfr., 8th St. & Av. D. 
Reese, Fred W., Paris, 111. Broom winding & 

ti-imming machines. Mfr., 8th St. & Av. D. 
Wizard Products Company, Chicago, 111. Mops, 

dusters, brushes. Mfr., 8th St. & Av. D. 

GROUP 53 

ARTICLES FOR TRAVELING AND FOR 

CAMPING. INDIA RUBBER AND 

GUTTA PERCHA INDUSTRIES 

Ceresit Waterproofing Co., Chicago, 111. Wa- 
terproofing materials. Mch. Pal., 5th St. & 
Av. I. Parrott & Co., S. F., Coast Repre- 
sentative. See ad on front cover of Ma- 
chinery Catalogue. 

Graton & Knight Mfg. Co., Worcester, Mass. 
Trunk and suitcase accessories. Block 13, 
Palace of Machinery. 

Hartmann Trunk Co., The, Racine, Wis. Mfr. 
Av. B, cor. 7th St. Trunks, etc. 

Malm, C. A. & Co., San Francisco, Cal. Mfr., 
7th St., bet. Avs. B&C. Trunks, etc. 

National Veneer Products Company, Misha- 
waka, Ind. Trunks, etc. Mfr., Av. B, 
cor. 8th St. "Indestructo" trunks, lug- 
gage and Veneer specialties. Traveling 
bags, suitcases: N. V. P. trunks. 

Union Oil Company of California, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Min. Pal., 6th St. & Av. B. 
Asphalt as rubber substitute. 

Westinghsuse Electric & Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Trans. Pal., 5th St. 
& Av. C. Vulcanizer. 

GROUP 54 

HUNTING EQUIPMENT AND PRODUCTS 
OF HUNTING 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co., The, of Cali- 
fornia, S. F., Cal. Mfr., Av. A, cor. 6th St. 

Hercules Powder Company, San Francisco, 
Cal. Explosives. Min. Pal., Av. B & 7th 
St. Black sporting powder. Smokeless 
sporting powder. See exhibit in Section 30, 
in Palace of Mines & Metallurgy. 

National Veneer Products Company, Misha- 
waka, Ind. Trunks, etc. Mfr., Av. B. cor. 
8th fit. "Indestructo" Golf Bags. 



Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co., 
Bridgeport, Conn. Mfr. Av. C, cor. 7th. 
Remington Arms. 

Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, 
Conn. Mfr., bet. Avs. C & D, 7th St. Sports- 
man's arms & ammunition. 
GROUP 55 
FISHING EQUIPMENT AND PRODUCTS 

Owen Bucket Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Clam shell 
buckets. Mch. Pal., 5th St. & Av. I. Parrott 
& Co., S. F., Cal., Representatives. See ad 
on front cover of Machinery Catalogue. 
GROUP 57 

PERMANENT DECORATION AND FIXED 

FURNITURE FOR BUILDINGS 

AND DWELLINGS 

National Veneer Products Company, Misha- 

■ waKa, Ind. Veneer panels. Mfr., Av. B, 
cor. 8th. 

Paraffine Paint Company, The, San Francisco, 
Cal. Roofing Felt. Mines & Metallurgy, 
Av. B & 7th St. Imitation of wood; floor 
covering. Deadening felt, roofing felt. 
GROUP 58 

OFFICE AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 
AND UTILITIES 

American Radiator Co., Chicago, 111. Mfr., 
Av. D & 6th St. Vacuum Cleaners. The 
Arco Wand. 

Bisseli Carpet Sweeper Co., The, Gd. Rapids, 
Mich. Mfr. 8th St. & Av. D. Suction C'lnrs. 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co., The, of Calif., 
S. F., Cal. Mfr. Av. A, cor. 6th St. 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The, of 
California. Mfr., Av. A, cor. 6th St. Bil- 
liard supplies, billiard and pocket billiard 
tables; bowling alleys and supplies; bar, 
cigar, and soda counters; Backus Ten-pin 
Setting Machines. 

Continental Bedding Manufacturing Co., S. F., 
Cal. Mfr., 5th, bet. Avs. B&C. Library 
furniture. 

Doten-Dunton Desk Co., Cambridge, Mass. 
Mfr., 5th Sst., Av. A & 6th St. Commer- 
cial furniture. 

Gunn Furniture Co., The, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Mfr. Av. A & 6th St. Sectional bookcases. 

Hartman Trunk Co., The, Racine, Wis. Mfr. 
Av. B, cor. 7th. Hartman Wardrobe Spec. 

Home Washing Machine Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Washing machines. Mch. 1st St. & Av. D. 

Hoover Suction Sweeper Co., The, New Ber- 
lin, Ohio. Suction Sweepers. Mfr., 8th St., 
bet. Avs. B&C. San Francisco Represent- 
ative, W. A. Hawley, Office, 320 Market St. 

Innovation Electric Co., N. Y. Portable & 
suction cleaners. Mch. 1st St. & Av. D. 

Karpen, S. & Bros., Chicago, 111. Mfr. 5th St., 
cor. Av. A. Upholstered Furniture. 

Kewanee Private Utilities Company, Kewanee, 
111. Vacuum C'lnrs. Mch., 1st & 2nd Sts. & 
Av. E. 

Marland, W. J., Oakland, Cal. Washing Ma- 
chines. Mch. Coll. Exh. 1st St. & Av. D. 

Peck & Hills Furniture Co., Chicago, 111. 
Home Furnishings. Mfr., 5th St., bet Avs. 
A & B. Branch offices in New York, San 
Francisco, Oakland, Los Angeles and Den- 
ver. 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., New York, N, Y. 
Household Furniture. 1st St., Av. D, 2nd 
St. & Av. E, V. I. Pal., Sewing Machines 
and supplies. 

Spencer Turbine Cleaner Co., The, Hartford, 
Conn. Vacuum cleaning apparatus. Mfr. 7th 
St., Av. B & 8th St. 

Van Dorn Iron Wks. Co., Cleveland, O. Metal 
Furniture. Min. Pal. Com. with U. S. Steel 
Corpn. Exhibit. 

"1900" Washer Co., The, Binghamton, N. Y. 
Washing Machines. Mfr. 8th St. & Av. D. 



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(iKOUP fiO 
HARDWARE AND WOODENWARE 

American Pulley Co., The, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Mch. Pal., 4th St. & Av. L. Pressed metal 
sash pulleys; miscellaneous pressed and 
drawn metal shapes; sash pulleys. 

Am. Bridges Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Nuts, bolts, 
clevises, etc. Min. Pal. 

Am. Sheet & Tin Plate Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Steel roofinj; & siding: sheets. Min. Pal. 

Am. Steel & Wire Co., Chicago, 111. Fencing, 
nails, wire products, horseshoes. Min. Pal. 

Atkins, E. C. & Co., Indianapolis, Ind. Saws. 
Mfr. 5th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

Bliss Company, E. W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Steel 
pinions. Mch., 3rd St. & Avs. F & G. 

Ercderick & Bascom Rope Co., St. Louis, Mo. 
Wire Rope. Mfr. Av. C, cor. 6th St. Yellow 
Strand ' 'Powersteel" Rope. 

California Redwood Burl Co., Eureka, Cal. 
V. I., Av. B, cor. 3rd St. Novelties. 

Disston, Henry & S?ns, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Mfr. Av. C, cor. 6th St. Tools. 

Graton & Knight Mfg. Co., Worcester, Mass. 
Belt Makers' Tools. Block 1.3, Palace of 
Machinery. 

Herm.ann Safe Co., The, San Francisco, Cal. 
Mfr., 6th St., bet. Avs. C & D. Safes. 

Lukenheimer Co., The, Cincinnati, O. Pal. of 
Machinery. 1st St. & Av. G. Ground Key 
Work. 

Meurer Eros. Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Mfr. Av. 
D, bet. ()th .<c 7th Sts. Tin roofing. 

Mitts ^r. Merrill, Saginaw, Michigan. Mfr. 6th 
St., bet. Avs. C & D. A giant key seater 
made in eight sizes for cutting key seats 
in all sizes of holes, from 1-2 inch up. Key 
seRts ranging in width from 1-16 to 4 
inches wide. 

National Tube Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. Seamless 
Tube, Exh. & Photos. Mines Palace. 

NiPeara Mac'i. & Tool Wks., Buffalo, N. Y. 
Sheet metal workers' tools. Mch., 3rd & G2. 

Oster Manufpciuring Co., The, Cleveland, O. 
Stocks & Dies. Mch. 4th St. & Av. C-2. 

Owen Bucket Co., Cleveland, O. Clam shell 
buckets. Mch. Pal., 5th St. & Av. I. Par- 
rott & Co., S. P. Cal., Repres. See ad on 
front cover of Machinery Catalogue. 

Simmons Hardware Company, St. Louis, Mo. 
Mfr., 5th St., cor. Av. C. Manufacturers 
and distributors of Keen Kutter Tools, Cut- 
lery and Hardware. 80,000 items cataloged. 

Siironds Marufacturirg Co., Fitchbuxg, Mass. 
Mfr., 6th St., bet. Avs. C & D. Tools. 

StPrJev Works, The. New Britain, Conn. 
Shelf hardware. Mfr., 6th St., bet. Avs. 
C & D. Wrought builders & shelf hard- 
ware. Box strapping and cold-rolled strip 
steel. 

Uriversal Caster & Foundry Co., New York, 
N. Y. Mfrs. 6th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

W?erer Fxte-sion Ladder Co., Stockton, Cal. 
Extension Ladders. Mfr. 8th St. & Av. D. 

WeJJs Brothers Comnany, Greenfield, Mass. 
Mfr., 5th St., Av. D & 6th St. Hardware. 

GROUP 61 
ELECTRO-THERMAL APPARATUS 
General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. Elec- 
tric cooking devices. 7th St., Av. B & 8th 
St. 

Marland, W. J., Oakland. Cal. Electro-Ther- 
mal Appliances Coll. Exh. Mch. 1st & Av.D. 

Slaughter Co., W. E., Chicago, 111. Electro- 
Thermal Appliances. Mch. 1st St. & Av. D. 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Pittsburg, Pa. Mch. Pal., 2nd St. & 
Av. C2. Electric Heating Devices. Sad 
irons, laundry irons, toaster stoves, disc 
stoves, chafing dishes, percolators. Samo- 
vars, saute pans, frying pans, air heaters, 



Cozy Glow and liiminous radiators. Electro- 
therms, curling irons, disc heaters, Bayonet 
heaters. 

GROUP 62 

INSULATING MATERIALS FOR 

ELECTRICITY 

General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. In- 
sulating Material, Fibrox. 7th St., Av. B 
& 8th St. 

Paraflfine Paint Co., The, San Francisco. Pal. 
of Mines & Metallurgy. Av. B & 7th St. 
Insulating Tapes & Compounds. 

Standard Underground Cable Co., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Elec. Ins. Mat. Mch. 3rd St. & Av. D. 

Union Oil Company of California, San Fran- 
cisco. Min. Pal., 6th St. & Av. B. Asphalt 
for insulatinjr. 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Trns. Palace, 5th St. 
& Av. C. Insulating Material. 

GROUP 64 

CARPETS, TAPESTRIES AND FABRICS 

FOR UPHOLSTERY 

Crex Carpet C?., New York, N. Y. C'rex Cov- 
ering. Mfr. Av. A, cor. 7th St. 

Lackawanna Leather Co., Hackettstown, N. J. 

Leather. Mfr., 7th St., bet. Avs. B & C. 

Spanish and Morocco Upholstery Leather. 

GROUP 65 

UPHOLSTERERS DECORATIONS 

Continental Bedding Manufacturing Co., S. P., 
Cal. Mattresses & bedding. 5th St., bet. 
Avs. B & D. 

GROUP 67 

PLUMBING AND SANITARY MATERIALS 

Cra^e Co., Chicago, 111. Plumbing Materials. 
Mfr. Av. C, cor. 7th St. 

Simonds Mfg. C^., Fitchburg, Mass. Steel 
Discs. Mfr. 6th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 
GROUP 69 

APPARATUS AND PROCESSES FOR 
HEATING AND VENTILATION 

American Radiator Co., Chicago, 111. Mfr. Av. 
D, bet. 5th & 7th Sts. The Ideal Boilers. 
The American Heat Radiators. Working 
Exhibit of Ideal Boilers and American Ra- 
diators in Horticultural Building. This 
building is heated entirely by our system. 
Inspection invited at Power Plant in Hor- 
ticultural Gardens. 

Am. Sheet & Tin Plate Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Stove & Range Sheets. Mines Palace. 

Bristol Co., The, Waterbury, Conn. Recording 
Thermometers & Pvrometers. Mch. 2nd St. 
& Av. D. 

Cleveland Foundry Co.. The, Cleveland, O. 
Mfr., Av. D, bet. 5th & 6th Sts. Manu- 
facturers of oil cooking stoves, oil heat- 
ing stoves and cooking utensils. Per- 
fection srrokeless oil heaters. New Perfec- 
tion oil cooking stoves. New Perfection 
fireless oil cooking stoves. Cabinets for 
New Perfection oil stoves. New Perfection 
yacht stoves. New Perfection water heater. 
New Perfection broiler. New Perfection 
toaster. New Perfection pancake griddle. 
New Perfection sadiron heater. New Per- 
fection steel oven. The skill and experi- 
ence of the world's largest manufacturer 
of oil burning device's is back of the Per- 
fection line, the best materials, careful 
workmanship, standardized methods, con- 
stant inspection. The result — Perfection 
P'-oducts jrive universal satisfaction and 
b'st indefinitely. 

Fess System Co., Inc., S. F., Cal. Burners for 
Heaters. Mch. 5th St. & Av. F. 

General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. Elec- 
tric Air Heater. 7th St. & Av, B & 8th St. 



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GROUP 69 
Industrial Instrument Co., The, Foxboro, 

Mass. Recording Thermometers & Pyrome- 
ters. Mch. 3rd St. & Av. C-2. 
Lukenheimer Co., The, Cincinnati, O. Pal. of 

Mch. 1st St. & Av. G. Valves for steam 

use; Valves: Miscellaneous. 
Meurer Bros. Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Ventilators. 

Mfr., Av. D, bet. 6th & 7th Sts. 
National Tube Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. Model of 

heating system. Mines Palace. 
Kay Mfg. Co., San Francisco, Cal. Burners for 

heaters. Mch. 5th St., bet. Avs. G & H. 
Bobbins & Myers Co., The, Springfield, O. 

Exhaust Fans. Mch. 2nd St. & Av. C-2. 
U. S. Steel Corp'n & Subsdy. Cos., N. Y. Coll. 

Iron & Steel Exhibit. Mines Palace. 
Weir Stove Co., Taunton, Mass. Mfr. Av. D & 

6th St. Coal wood ranges, heating stoves, etc. 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 

Pittsburg, Pa. Electric Fans. 4th St., bet. 

Avs. E & F, 2nd & 4th Sts., Avs. C. & C2. 

GROUP 70 

MANUFACTUEE, DISTRIBUTION AND 

USES OF GAS FOR LIGHT AND FUEL 

Bristol Co., The, Waterbury, Conn. Gas Me- 
ters. Mch. Pal.. 2nd St. & Av. D. 

General Gas Light Company, San Francisco, 
Cal. Gas Arc Lamps. Mfr. Pal., 5th St. & 
Av. A. Humphrey Gas Arc Lamps; Hum- 
phrey Gas Mantles ; Humphrey Semi-Indi- 
rect Fixtures ; Humphrey Gas Irons ; Gas 
Lighting Equipment of all kinds; Main Of- 
fice & Factory. Kalamazoo, Mich. New 
York, liondon, E. C, and Wellington, New 
Zealand. 

Industrial Instrument Co., The, Foxboro, 
Mass. Gns Meters. Mch. Pal., 3d St., Av.C2. 

Meurer Bros. Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Water 
Heaters. Mfr. Pal.. Av. D, bet. 6th & 7th. 

National Tube Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. Pipe Fit- 
ting. Collective Exhibit. Min. Pal. 

U. S. Steel Corpn. & Subdy. Cos., N. Y. Coll. 
Iron & Steel Exh. Mines Pal. 

Utility Gas & Appliance Sales Co., N. Y. 
Gas Heaters. Mch. Pal., 3rd St. ^ Av. F. 

Weir Stove Company, Taunton, Mass. Gas 
Ranges. Mfr. Pal., Av. D & 6th St. "Coal, 
wood and gas ranges," "heating stoves 
and furnaces," "steam and water boilers." 

Chapman Valve Mfg. Co., Indian Orchard, 
Mass. 

Steam Valves: Water Valves and Hydrants; 
Gas Valves; Exhibit installed in the Divi- 
sion of the City of Springfield. 
GROUP 71 

APPARATUS AND METHODS FOR LIGHT- 
ING NOT OTHERWISE CLASSIFIED 

Coleman Lamp Co., Wichita, Kan. Boulevard 
T-amps. Mfr. Pal., 7th Sf.. bet. Avs. C & D. 

General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. 
Shades, reflectors. 7th St., Av. B & 8th St. 

Hyde, Henry C. Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Mch. Pal., 4th St., bet. Avs. E & F. Meth- 
ods of Tviehting. 

Safety Car Heating & Lighting Co., The, N.Y. 
Gas I;anterns. Mch. Pal., 1st St. & Av. D. 

Union Metal Mfg. Co., Canton, O. Metal Col- 
umns. Min. Pal. Combined with U. S. Steel 
Corpn. Exh. 

Utility Gas & Appliance Sales Co., N. Y. Gas 
Heaters. Mch. Pal., 3rd St. & Av. F. 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Mch. Pal. Luxsolite 
Lamp Fixtures. 2nd St. & Av. C-2. 

GROUP 72 
TEXTILE MATERIALS. SPINNING AND 

ROPE MAKING 
Graton & Knight Mfg. Co., Worcester, Mass. 
Mch. Pal., 2nd St. & Av. H. Mill Strapping. 
Tubbs Cordage Company, San Francisco, Cal. 
8th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 



GROUP 74 

EQUIPMENT AND PROCESSES USED IN 
BLEACHING, DYEING, PRINTING AND 
FINISHING TEXTILES IN THEIR VARI- 
OUS STAGES 

American Laundrv Machinery Company, The, 
New York, N. Y. Mfr., 7th, Av. D & 8th. 
Modern Laundry Machinery. Factories and 
Offices at Cincinnati, Chicago, and Roches- 
ter. Office at New York. Western Laundry 
Machinery Company, San Francisco and 
Tjos Angeles, Cal., Pacific Coast Agents. 

Botany Worsted Mills, Passaic, N. J. Wor- 
sted & Woolens. V. I., 2nd St., bet. Avs. D 
& E. Specimens of textile materials bleached 
or dyed before spinning. Specimens of 
threads or yarns of cotton, linen, wool, 
silk, etc., pure or mixed, bleached, dyed 
or mottled. Specimens of textile fabrics 
bleached, dyed or printed. 

Urited States Hoffman Co.. Syracuse, N. Y. 
Mfr., 8th St., bet. Avs. C & D. Sanitary 
Steam Clothes ; Knit Goods, and Laundry 
Pressing Machinery. 

GRO^P 75 

EQUIPMENT AND PROCESSES USED IN 

SEWING AND MAKING WEARING 

APPAREL 

Atkins. E. C. & Co., Indianapolis, Ind. Leather 

Slitting Knives. Mfr. 5th St., bet. Avs. 

& D. 

Disston. Henrv & Sons, Inc., Philadelphia, 

Pa. Cloth Knives and Leather Splitting 
Knives. Mfr. Pal., Av. C, cor. 6th St. 

Eastman Machine Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Mfr., 7th 
& Sth Sts., bet. Ays. C & D. Manufacturers. 
Alternating and direct current reciprocating 
cloth cutting machine. Alternating and di- 
rect current rotary cloth cutting machine. 
W. & J. cuff-making machine. 

General Electric Company, Schenectady, N. Y. 
Electric Flatirons. 7th St., Av. B & 8th St. 

Lewis Blind-Stitch Machine Company, St. 
Louis, Mo. Mfr., 7th & Sth Sts., bet. Avs. 
& D. Lock stitch and chain stitch blind- 
stitch sewing machines, for padding coat 
fronts and collars; filling linings in sleeves; 
waistband linings and curtains in trousers. 
Unlined coats and half-lined coats; trousers 
bottoms, plain and cuffs; overcoat facings 
and bottoms ; cloak facings and bottoms. 

Uriversal Button Fastening & Button Co., 
Detroit, Mich. Mfr., 7th & Sth Sts., bet. Avs. 
C (fe D. All kinds of metal buttons; auto- 
matic button attaching machine; cloth press- 
ing machine. 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Pittsburgh, Pa. Mch. Pal., 2nd St. & 
Av. C-2. Tailors' Irons. 

GROUP 77 
THREADS AND FABRTHR OF FLAX, HEMP, 

ETC.; CORDAGE 
Tubbs Cordage Co., San Francisco, Cal. Cor- 
dage. Mfr., Sth St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

GROUP 78 
YARNS AND FABRICS OF ANIMAL 
FIBERS 
Botany Worsted Mills. Passaic, N. J. Wor- 
sted & Woolens. V. I., 2nd St., bet. Avs. D 
& E. Yarns of combed animal fibers. Yarns 
of carded animal fibers. Cloths for ladies' 
wear, made from animal fiber. Muslin de- 
laine, serges, mohairs, etc. Fabrics of card- 
ed animal fibers not fulled or slightly 
fulled; flannels, etc. 



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DEPABTMENT OF MANUFACTURERS 



GROUP 81 
INDUSTRIES PRODUCING WEARING AP- 
PAREL FOR MEN, WOMEN 
AND CHILDREN 
Strauss, Levi & Co., San Francisco, Cal. Mfr. 
7th & 8th Sts., ber. Avs. C & D. Overalls; 
Two Horse Brand: Koveralls; Two Horse 
Brand (Children's Play Garment) Koverall 
Nighties; Two Horse Brand Shirts; Sunset; 
Pants ; Levi Strauss Make. 

GROUP 82 

FURS AND SKINS, FUR CLOTHING; 
LEATHER, BOOTS AND SHOES 

Assoc. Glove Mfrs. of Cal., S. F. Wkg. Exh. of 
gloves. Mfr. Av. B, cor. 6th St. 

Bergmann, Theo., Shoe Mfg. Co., Inc., Port- 
land, Ore. Shoes. Mfr., 6th & 7th, bet. Avs. 
B & C. 

Clapp, Edwin & Son, Inc., E. Weymouth. Mfr. 
Gth, bet. Avs. B&C, &.7th bet. Avs. B&C. 

C:ok, A. J. & J. R., San Francisco, Cal. 
Leather. Mfr. 7th St., bet. Avs. B&C. 

Frank, S. H. & Co., San Francisco, Cal. Mfr. 
6th St., cor. Av. B. ^^eather for shoes. 

Graton & Knight Mfg. Co., Worcester, Mass. 
Pal. of Mch., 2nd St. & Av. H. Hand 
Leathers and Aprons. 

Johansen Bros. Shoe Company, St. Louis, Mo. 
Mfr. 6th & 7th Sts., bet. Avs. B&C. 
Women's and children's shoes. 

Keith Company, George E. Campello, Brock- 
ton, Mass. Mfr. Av. C & 6th St. Walk- 
Over Shoes, for Men and Women. 

Legallet-Hellwig Tanning Co., S. P., Cal. Mfr. 
7th St., bet. Avs. B&C. Leather. 

Northwestern Leather Co., Boston, Mass. 
Leather. Pal. of Mfr., 7th St., bet. Avs. B 
& C. Chrome and bark tanned side upper 
leather. 

Pfister & Vogel Leather Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Mfr., 6th St., bet. Avs. B&C. Tanners of 
a large variety of high-grade shoe uppers 
and sole, harness and glove leathers. Used 
the world over. 

Reuping, Fred Leather Co., Fon du Lac, Wis. 
Leather. Pal. of Mfr., 7th St., bet. Avs. B 
& C. Chrome tanned calf and side-upper 
shoe leathers. 

Rice & Hutchins, Inc., Boston, Mass. Mfr. Av. 
C, cor. 7th St. Manufacturers of Boots & 
Shoes. 

Schmidt, Carl E. & Co., Inc., Detroit, Mich. 
Leather. Mfr. 7th St., bet. Avs. B&C. 
Black and colored calf skins. 

United Shoe Machinery Co., Boston, Mass. 
Shoe-making Machinery. V. I., 4th St., Av. 
E & 5th St. 

United States Leather Co., New York, N. Y. 
Leather. Mfr., Av. B, cor. 6th St. Sole 
T^eather; Belting Leather; Harness Leather; 
Skirting Leather. 

GROUP 8.3 

VARIOUS INDUSTRIES CONNECTED 

WITH CLOTHING 

Stetson, John B., Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mfr. Av. C, cor. 7th St. Hats, soft and 
stiff, of the finest quality of fur felt. 
Strauss, Levi & Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Mfr., 7th & 8th Sts., bet. Avs. & D. 
Overalls; Two Horse Brand; Koveralls; 
Two Horse Brand, (Children's Play Gar- 
ment) Koverall Nighties; Two Horse 
Brand; Shirts; Sunset; Pants; Levi Strauss 
Make. 



Universal Button Fastening & Button Co., De- 
troit, Mich. Buttons. Mfr., 7th & 8th Sts., 
bet. Avs. C & D. 

GROUP 84 

SAFETY APPLIANCES 

Atkins, E. 0. & Co., Indianapolis, Ind. Saw 
Guards. Mfr. 5th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

Bristol Co., The, Waterbury, Conn. Safety 
Set Screws. 2nd St. & Av. D. 

Graton & Knight Mfg. Co., Worcester, Mass. 

Pal. of Mch., 2nd St. & Av. H. Hand 
Leathers and Aprons. 

International Harvester Company of America, 
Chicago, U. S. A. Agr. Pal., 4th St., bet. 
Avs. B&C. Safety appliances and de? 
vices for protection of those engaged in 
manufacturing work and processes. 

Patent Scaffolding Co., New York, N. Y. Pal. 

of Mch., 5th St. & Av. I. Safety Scaffolds. 
Parrott & Co., S. F., Coast Repres. See ad 
on front cover of Machinery Catalogue. 

U. S. Steel Corpn. & Subsdy. Cos., New 
York. Coll. Safety Appl. Exh. Min. Pal. 
American Bridge Co. 
American Sheet & Tin Plate Co. 
American Steel & Wire Co. 
Runsen Coal Co. 
Carnegie Steel Co. 

Duluth. Missabe & Northern Ry. Co. 
H. C. Frick Coke Co. 
Illinois Steel Co. 
Oliver Iron Mining Co. 
National Tube Co. 
Tennessee Coal, Iron & R. R. Co. 

Lunkenheimer Co., The, Cincinnati, O. Engi- 
neering Appliances. Mch. Pal., 1st St., Av. 
G-2. Valves for Steam Use; Valves; Mis- 
cellaneous : Ground Key Work. Exhilsit in- 
stalled in Block 6, in Palace of Machinery. 

American Pulley Co., The, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sash Pulleys. Mch. Pal., 4th St. & Av. I. 
Pressed metal sash pulleys; miscellaneous 
pressed and drawn metal shapes. See Ex- 
hibit in Block 45, in Machinery Building. 



GOVERNMENT EXHIBIT 

United States Post Office Department — A 

Model Post Office will be maintained in 
the Mines Palace. Here all the workings 
of the service will be shown and the post 
facilities of the Exposition provided. Mail 
addressed in care of the Exposition will 
be delivered throuerh the Model Post Office 
or held there subject to order. Carriers 
will deliver and collect mail throughout 
the Exposition Grounds. Mail boxes will 
be placed at convenient points; special de- 
livery, registry, parcel post, money order 
and postal savings service will be provided. 
There will be shown an exhibit of United 
States postage stamps of every issue since 
the adoption by the United States of this 
means of collecting postage. All workings 
of the Model Post Office will be carried 
on in full view of visitors. Motion pic- 
tures of all phases of mail handling opera- 
tions will be shown in the motion picture 
room of the Mines Palace. A standard 
steel Railway Post Office car will be 
shown in operation in the Transportation 
Building. 



AND VARIED INDUSTRIES 



23 



Foreign Section 



NEW ZEALAND 



GROUP 49 
Barclay, Laura E., Auckland. Pyrography. 
Avs. C & D, bet. 6th & 8th Sts. 

GROUP 50 
Parkinson, W. & Co., Auckland. Marble Sculp- 
ture. Agr., Avs. C & D, bet. 6th & 8th Sts. 

GROUP 58 

Public Works Department, Wellington. Over- 
mantel piece. Agr., Avs. C & D, bet. 6th 
& 8th Sts. 

Winks & Hall, Auckland. Furniture. Agr., 
Avs. G & D, bet. 6th & 8th Sts. 

GROUP 77 
Donaghy's Eope & Twine Co., Ltd., Dunedir. 

Ropes. Agr., Avs. C & D, bet. 6th & 8th Sts. 
Maddren Brothers, Christchurch. Rope. Agr., 

Avs. C & D, bet. 6th & 8th Sts. 
Wellington Cordage Co., Ltd., Wellington. 

Binder Twine. Agr., Avs. C & D, bet. 6th 

& 8th Sts. 

GROUP 78 
Mosgiel Woolen Factory Co., Ltd., Dunedir. 

Woolen Robes. Agr., Avs. C & D, bet. 6th 

& 8th Sts. 

GROUP 80 
Bennett, Miss H. I., Tinam, New Zealand. 

Table Center. Agr., Avs. O & D, bet. 6th & 

8th Sts. 



Roche, Mrs. J., Otago. Lace. Agr., 

& D, bet. 6th & 8th Sts. 
Smith, Mrs. E. L., Te Puke. Laces. 

Avs. C & D, bet. 6th & 8th Sts. 



Avs. C 



Agr., 



PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 

GROUP 58 
Ahern, Geo. P., Manila. Home Furniture. Agr., 

Av. D & 2nd St. 
Barber, J. R., Manila. Chairs. Agr., Av. D 

& 2nd St. 
Fischer, A. F^ Manila. 2 tables. Agr., Ave. 

D & 2nd St. 
Harbord, Col. J. G., Manila. Desks, side 

boards, etc. Agr., Av. D & 2nd St. 
Johnson, Justice Finley, Manila. Home Fur- 
niture. Agr., Av. D & 2nd St. 
Klar, Frank, Cotaboto. Table. Agr., Av. D 

& 2nd St. 
Pujalte, Miguel, Manila. Office Desk. Agr.. 

Av. D & 2nd St. 
Seaver, Capt., Manila. Tables. Agr Av. D & 

2nd St. 
Schneider, E. E., Manila. Serving Table. Agr., 

Av. D & 2nd St. 
Walker, Mrs. Barbour, Manila. Table. Agr., 

Av. D & 2nd St. 



Official Catalogue of 
Exhibitors 



Panama- Pacific International Exposition 

San Francisco, California, 191-5 

CHARLES C. MOORE 

President 



Director - in - Chief 
FREDERICK J. V. SKIFF 

Division of Exhibits 

ASHER CARTER BAKER, Director 



Department E 

VARIED INDUSTRIES 

CHAS. H, GREEN, Chief 



Preliminary Edition 



Published for the Division of Exhibits by 

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HOW TO LOCATE AN EXHIBIT 

The Palace of Varied Industries is laid out in blocks, which are 
consecutively numbered from 1 to 32, inclusive, as shown on the 
floor plan. The aisles are designated as streets (First to Sixth), 
running north to south, and as avenues (A to E), from east to west. 
To locate an exhibitor refer to the names, alphabetically arranged 
under the exhibit group to which each belongs in the official classi- 
fication, and note the aisle location following each name. Street and 
Avenue signs are erected at their intersection on the corners of all 
blocks. 

All Exhibits entered in this Catalogue are located in the Palace 
of Varied Industries, unless otherwise indicated after the entry. The 
following are abbreviations used in this Catalogue to designate other 
Exhibit Palaces : 

Fine Arts Palace Fn. A. Pal. 

Education Palace Ed. Pal. 

Liberal Arts Palace Lb. A. Pal. 

Manufactures Palace Mfr. Pal. 

Varied Industries Palace V. I. Pal. 

Machinery Palace Mch. Pal. 

Transportation Palace ..Tms. Pal. 

Agriculture Palace Agr. Pal. 

Food Products Palace Fd. Pr. Pal. 

Live Stock Palace Lv. St. Pal. 

Horticulture Palace Hor. Pal. 

Mines and Metallurgy Palace Min. Pal. 



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DEPARTMENT OF MANUFACTURERS 



GROUP 44 

Champion-Internat'l. Co., Lawrence, Mass. Pa- 
pers. Lawr. Coll. Exh. V. I., 2nd St., Av. 
A & 3rd. ,^ „ 

Eaton, Crane & Pike Co., Pittsfield, Mass. 
Fine Stationery. 4th St., cor. Av. A. 

Paber, Eberhard, Brooklyn, N. Y. Lead pen- 
cils, pen holders, crayons. 4th, cor. Av. B. 

Nat'l Folding Box & Paper Co., The, New 
Haven, Conn. Folding Paper Boxes. Av. B 
& 2nd St. ^ _ , 

Novelty Cutlery Co., The, Canton, O. Desk 
furnishings, etc. (See Multiplex Display 
Fixtures). Av. A, cor. 2nd St. 
GROUP 45 

Meriden Cutlery Co., Meriden, Conn. Cutlery. 
Av. A, bet. 8rd & 4th Sts. 

Novelty Cutlery Co., The, Canton, O. Cutlery. 
(See Multiplex Display Fixture.) Av. A, 
cor. 2nd St. 

Simmons Hardware Co., St. Louis, Mo., Keen 
Kutter Cutlery. Mfr. V. I., 5th St., cor. 
Av. C. 

GROUP 46 

Baird-North Co., Providence, K. I. Silver- 
ware. Collective Exhibit. V. I., 3rd St., 

Av. E & 4th St. 
Baldwin Jewelry Co., San Francisco, Cal. 

Silverware. V. I., Av. B, cor. 4th St. 
Gorham Co., The, New York. Silver & plated 

ware, etc. V. I., 3rd St., Av. 0. & 4th St. 
International Silver Co., Meriden, Conn. Sil- 
versmiths. 4th St., bet. Avs. B & 0. Sterling 

Silver, Hotel Silverware. Gold and Silver 

Plate. Ecclesiastical Ware. Cut Glass. 

Salesrooms, New York, Chicago and San 

Francisco, 150 Post St. 
Regal Silver Mfg. Co., The, New Haven, Conn. 

Plated ware and coffee percolators. Av. B 

& 2nd St. 

GROUP 47 
Baird-North Company, Providence, B. I. 

Jewelry. Collective Exh. V. I., 3rd St. Av. 

E & 4th St: 
California Gem Co., S. F., Cal. Precious and 

semi-precious stones. Av. B, cor. 4th St. 
Chapard Mfg. Co., Providence, E. I. Jewelry. 

Collective Exhibit. V. I., 3rd St., Av. E 

& 4th St. 
Low-Taussig-Karpeles Co., Providence, B. I. 

Jewelry. Collective Exhibit. V. I., 3rd St., 

Av. E & 4th St. 
Lyons Manufacturing Co., Providence, E. I. 

Collective Exhibit. V. I., 3rd St., Av. E 

& 4th St. 
Marden & Kettlety Co., Providence, E. I. 

Jewelry. Collective Exhibit. V. I., 3rd St., 

Av. E & 4th St. 
Wightman & Hough Co., Providence, E. I. 

Coll. Exh. V. I., 3rd St., Av. E & 4th St. 

elty Indian Blankets. Av. E & 3rd St. 

GROUP 48 

Bristol Co., The, Waterbury, Conn. Electric 
Time Recorders. Mch., 2nd St. & Av. D. 

Herschede Hall Clock Co., The, Cincinnati, O., 
U. S. A. 3rd St., bet. Avs. B & 0. Exclusive 
makers of high grade Chime Hall Clocks 
and Mantel Clocks; Chime Hall Clock 
Movements; Hall Clocks complete; Mantel 
Clocks complete; Hall and Mantel Clock 
cases, especially selected solid oak and 
mahogany, designed to harmonize with any 
surroundings in the home, institution or 
public building. 

Industrial Instrument Co., The, Fozboro, 
Mass. Elec. Time Recorders. Mch. 3rd St. 
& Av. C2. 

New Haven Clock Co., The, New Haven, Conn. 

Clocks & Watches. (New Haven Coll. Exh.) 
Av. B & 2nd St. 



Waltham Watch Co., The, Waltham, Mass. 
Instruments and Instruments of Precision, 
liiul St., Av. C & 3rd St. 

Western Clock Co., La Salle, 111. Av. B, cor. 
;]rd St. Makers of Alarm Clocks, Watches 
and Movements. "Made in La Salle, 111., 
by Westclox" ; Big Ben Alarm Clock; 
Baby Ben Alax-m Clock; Sleepmeter Back 
Bell Alarm Clock; Sleepmeter Intermittent 
Alarm Clock; America Alarm Clock; The 
Lookout Alarm Clock; Ironclad Alarm _ 
Clock; Bingo Intermittent Alarm Clock; 
Bovproof Watch. Offices, La Salle, 111.; 
Factories, Peru, 111. ; Pacific Coast Agents, 
Schloss Manufacturing Co., 42 Beale St., 
San Francisco, Cal. 

GROUP 49 

California Redwood Burl Co., Eureka, Cal. 
Novelties from Sequoia or Redwood. V. I., 
Av. B, cor. 3rd St. 

Gorham Co., The, New York, N. Y. Bronzes. 
3rd St., Av. C & 4th St. 

Oregjn City Mfg. Co., Oregon City, Ore. Nov- 
elty Indian Blankets. Av. E and 3rd St. 

GROUP 50 
Fulper Pottery Co., Flemington, N. J. Art 

Novelties. 2nd St., bet. Avs. B & C. 
Gorham Co., The, New York, N. Y. Bronzes. 

3rd St., Av. C & 4th St. 
Vermont Marble Co., Proctor, Vt. Works of 

Art in Marble. Av. E & 2nd St. 

GROUP 51 
Gorham Co., The, New York, N. Y. Cathedral 

Windows. 8rd St., Av. C & 4th St. 

GROUP 52 

Arlington Company, The, Arlington, N. J. 
Mfrs. V. I. Av. B, cor. 3rd St. Brushes 
for toilet use. Combs, dressing and fine 
combs. Mirrors for toilet use. Toilet goods 
and fancy goods. Pyralin Lacquers and 
Enamels. Arlington waterproof collars and 
cuffs. Transparent Pyralin Sheeting. Opaque 
Pyralin Sheeting in all colors. 

Baird-North Co., Providence, E. I. Leather 
Goods. Collective Exhibit. V. I., 3rd St., 
Av. E & 4th St. 

Cal. Leather Novelty Wks., S. F., Cal. Purses 
& Leather Novelties. Av. A, cor. 2nd St. 

Fulper Pottery Co., Flemington, N. J. Fancy 
Articles. 2nd St., bet. Avs. B & C. 

Gorham Co., The, New York, N. Y. Fine 
Leather Goods. 3rd St., Av. C & 4th St. 

GROUP 53 
Faber, Eberhard, Brooklyn, N. Y. Rubber 

Bands & Rubber Erasers. 4th St., cor. Av.B. 
Tyer Rubber Co., Lawrence, Mass. Druggists' 

Rubber Sundries. (Lawrence Coll. Exh.) 

2nd St. & Av. A & 3rd St. 

GROUP 54 

Gantner & Mattem Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Knit Goods. 4th St., cor. Av, E, 

Liebes, H. & Co., S. F., Cal. Rough and pre- 
pared furs, skins, etc. Av. D, cor. 3rd St. 

Oregon City Mfg. Co., Oregon City, Ore. Hunt- 
ing and Outdoor Apparel, Av. E, & 3rd S; 

Pfister. J. J., Knitting Co., San Francisco, 
Cal. Knit Goods. Knit goods in Silk, Wool 
and Cotton, comprising Sweaters, Jerseys, 
Coat Sweaters, Gymnasium and Athletic 
Goods. Bathing Suits and Accessories. In- 
fants' Hoods and Toques, Salesroom, 114 
Sansome St., corner of Bush St. Mill at 
8th and Parker Sts.. Berkeley, CaL Av. D, 
cor. 3rd St. 

Winona Mills, New Haven, Conn, Sweaters. 
(New Haven Coll. Exh.) Av. B & 2nd St. 



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GROUP 55 
Ashaway Line & Twine Mfg. Co., Providence, 
R. I. Collective Exhibit. V. I., 3rd St., Av. 
E & 4th St. 

GROUP 56 
Mysto Mfg. Co., The, New Haven, Conn. Me- 
chanical toys. (New Haven Coll. Exh.) 
Av. B & 2nd St. 

GROUP 57 

Fulper Pottery Co., Flemington, N. J. Cera- 
mics for permanent decoration. 2nd St., bet. 
Avs. B & C. 

Holt, Chas. L., Lawrence, Mass. Roof Connec- 
tion & Expansion Joint. (Lawrence Coll. 
Exh.) 2nd St., Av. A & 3rd St. 

Vermont Marble Co., Proctor, Vt. Marble ma- 
terial for all purposes. Av. E & 2nd St. 

GROUP 58 
Peck & Hills Furniture Co., Chicago, 111. Home 
Furnishings. V. I., 5th St., bet. Avs. A & 
B. Branch offices in New York, San Fran- 
cisco, Oakland, Los Angeles, and Denver. 

GROUP 59 
Vermont Marble Co., San Francisco, Cal. Mar- 
ble Monuments and Mausoleums. Av. E, 2nd. 

GROUP 60 
Ashaway Line & Twine Mfg. Co., Providence, 

R. I. Collective Exhibit. V. L, 3rd St., 
Av. E & 4th St. 

California Redwood Burl Co., Eureka, Cal. 
Novelties. Av. B, cor. 3rd St. 

Crescent Tool Co., Jamestown, N. Y. Pliers & 
Wrenches. (See Multiplex Display Fix- 
tures.) Av. A, cor. 2nd St. 

Sargent & Co., New Haven, Conn. Hardware 
Specialties. (New Haven Coll. Exh.) Av. B 
& 2nd St. l^\ 

Watrous-Acme Mfg. Co., Des Moines, la. Fit- 
tines for doors, etc. (See Multiplex Dis- 
play Fixtures.) Av. A, cor. 2nd St. 

GROUP 64 
Plymouth Mfg. Co., Lawrence, Mass. Rugs. 
(Lawence Coll. Exh.) 2nd St., Av. A & 3d. 

GROUP 65 
California Cotton Mills Co., Oakland, Cal. 

Comforters. Av. E, cor. 2nd St. 
Oregon City Mfg. Co., Oregon City, Ore. Wool- 
en Bed Blankets, etc. Av. E. & 3rd St. 

GROUP 66 

Friction Transfer Pattern Co., The, N. Y. 
Friction Transfer Patterns for China. 2nd 
St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

Fulper Pottery Co., Flemington, N. J. Stone- 
ware, plain and decorated. 2d, bet. B & C. 

Samish's Ceramic Art, San Francisco, Cal. 
Hand-Painted China. 2nd St;,. Av. B. 
Dinner ware, lamps, portraits, mantels. 
Studio, 230 Stockton St., opp. Union Square. 

GROUP 67 
Malleable Iron Fittings Co., New Haven, Conn. 

Collective Exhibit. Av. B & 2nd St. 
Peck Bros. & Co., The, New Haven, Conn. 
Plumbers' Supplies. (New Haven Coll. Ex- 
hibit.) Av. B & 2nd St. 

GROUP 68 

International Silver Co., Meriden, Conn. Cut 
Glass. 4th St., bet. Avs. B & C. 

GROUP 69 
Fulper Pottery Co., Flemington, N. J. Cooking 
Utensils, Earthenware, etc. 2d, Avs. B & C. 



GROUP 70 
Sentinel Automatic Gas Appliance Co., The, 
New Haven, Conn. Gas Appliances. (New 
Haven Coll. Exh.) Av. B & 2nd St. 

GROUP 71 

De Laitte Automatic Gas Syndicate, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Mch. 

Fulper Pottery Co., Flemington, N. J. Lamps. 
2nd St., bet. Avs. B & C. 

GROUP 72 
David Brown Co., Lawrence, Mass. Bobbins. 

(Lawrence Coll. Exh.) 2nd St., Av. A & 3d. 
Moorehouse, A. D., Lawrence, Mass. Picker 

Straps. (Lawrence Coll. Exh.) 2nd St., 

Av. A & 3rd St. 
Robinson Bramley Co., Lawrence, Mass. Loom 

Pickers, etc. (Lawrence Coll. Exh.) 2nd, 

Av. A & 3rd. 
Union Shuttle Co., Lawrence, Mass. Power 

Loom Shuttles. (Lawrence Coll. Exh.) 2nd 

St,. Av. A & 3rd St. 

GROUP 74 

Forsyth Dyeing Co., The, New Haven, Conn. 
Dved Cotton Material. (New Haven Coll. 
Eih.) Av. B & 2nd St. 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., New York, N. Y. 
Sewing Machines for attaching marking 
tapes to articles to be laundered and for 
name writing and darning on towels and 
other articles. 1st St., Av. D, 2nd St. & 
Av. E. 

GROUP 75 

Friction Transfer Pattern Company, The, 
New York, N. Y. Implements for Needle- 
work. 2nd St., bet. Avs. C & D. C 

Greist Mfg. Co., The. New Haven, Conn. Sew- 
ing Machine Attachments. (New Haven 
Coll. Exh.) Av. B & 2nd St. 

Singer Sewing Machine Company, New York, 
N. Y. Machines. 1st St., Av. D, 2nd St. & 
Av. E. Sewing machines for family use & 
for various kinds of manufacturing pur- 
poses requiring stitching processes, hem- 
ming, embroidering, etc. 

GROUP 76 

California Cotton Mills Co., Oakland, Cal. 
Toweling & Duck. Av. E. cor. 2nd St. 

Everett Mills, Lawrence, Mass. Cotton Fab- 
rics. 2nd St., Av. A & 3rd St. (Lawrence 
Collective Exhibit.) 

Pacific Mills, Lawrence, Mass. Cotton Fab- 
rics, 2nd St., Av. A & 3rd St. (Lawrence 
Collective Exhibit.) 

Pacific Print Works, Lawrence, Mass. Cotton 
Fabrics. 2nd St., Av. A & 3rd St. (Law- 
rence Collective Exhibit.) 

Tubular Woven Fabric Co., Pawtucket, R. I. 
Collective Exh. 3rd St., Av. E & 4th St. 

GROUP 77 
California Cotton Mills Co., Oakland, Cal. 

Damask, Jute Burlaps and Art Burlap. 

Fabrics of flax and hemp. Ropes & Twines. 

Av. E, cor. 2nd St. 
International Harvester Company of America, 

Chicago, U. S. A. Agr., 4th St., bet. Avs. 

B & C. Cordage, cables, rope and twine. 
Littwitz, Max, New York, N. Y. Hand spun 

linens. Av. D, cor. 2nd St. 
Pemberton Mills, Lawrence, Mass. Tickings, 

Shirtings and Awning Canvas. (Lawrence 

Coll. Exh.) 2nd St., Av. A & 3rd St. 
Smith & Dove Mfg. Co., Lawrence, Mass. 

Linen Thread, Yarn & Twine. (Lawrence 

Coll. Exh.) 2nd St., Av. A & 3rd St. 



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GROUP 78 

Ayer Mills, Lawrence, Mass. Worsted Fab- 
rics. (Lawrence Coll. Exh.) 2d, Av. A & 3d. 

Brightwood Mfg. Co., Lawrence, Mass. Wor- 
sted Fabrics. (Lawrence Coll. Exh.) 2nd 
St., Av. A & 3rd St. 

Gantner & Mattern Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Knit Goods. 4th St. & Av. E. 

Pemberton Mills, Lawrence, Mass. Flannels. 
(Lawrence Coll. Exh.) 2nd St., Av. A & 3d. 

Oregon City Mfg. Co., Oregon City, Ore. Flan- 
nel cloths, etc. Av. E & 3rd St. 

Pacific Mills, Lawrence, Mass. Woolen Fab- 
rics. (Lawrence Coll. Exh.) 2nd, Av.A & 3d. 

Pfister, J. J. Knitting Co., Inc., Berkeley, Cal. 
Knitted stuffs in combed or carded animal 
fibers. Av. D, cor. 3rd St. 

Washington Mills, Lawrence, Mass. Woolen & 
Worsted Fabrics. (Lawrence Coll. Exh.) 
2nd St., Av. A & 3rd St. 

Wood Worsted Mills, Lawrence, Mass. Wor- 
sted Fabrics. (Lawrence Coll. Exh.) 2nd 
St., Av. A & 3rd St. 

Wright Mfg. Co., Lawrence, Mass. Braids & 
narrow fabrics. (Lawrence Coll. Exh.) 
Av. A & 2nd St. 

GROUP 79 

Anderson Bros. Silk Co., Barnert Mill, Pater- 
son, N. J. Broad Silks and Silk Novelties. 
Av. E, cor. 3rd St. 

Carlson Currier Co., Petaluma, Cal. Silk, raw, 
thrown; floss silk, silk fabrics, etc. Av. D, 
cor. 4th St. 

Gantner & Mattern Co., S. F., Cal. Knit goods. 
Silk shawls. 4th St., cor. Av. E. 

Silk Culture Society, Rutherford, Napa Co., 
CaL Silks. 2nd St., Av. A. 

Wright Mfg. Co., Lawrence, Mass. Braids & 
narrow fabrics. (Lawrence Coll. Exh.) 2nd 
St., Av. A & 3rd St. 

GROUP 80 

Carlson Currier Co., Petaluma, Cal. Embroid- 
ery made by hand. Embroidery by needle 
or crochet with silk. Av. D, cor. 4th St. 

Friction Transfer Pattern Co., The, New York, 
N. Y. Friction Transfer Patterns for Em- 
broidery. 2nd St., bet. Avs. & D. 

Littwitz, Max, New York, N. Y. Hand-made 
laces and embroideries. V. I., Av. D. cor. 
2nd St. 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., New York, N. Y. 
Lambrequins & Portieres, ornamented with 
embroidery, lace and trimmings. 1st St.. 
Av. D & 2nd St. & Av. E. 

Wright Mfg. Co., Lawrence, Mass. Braids & 
narrow fabrics. (Lawrence Coll. Exh.) 2nd 
St., Av. A & 3rd St. 

GROUP 81 

Butterick Publishing Co., New York, N. Y. 
2nd St., Av. C & 3rd St. a. Butterick Pat- 
terns & Fashions, b. The Delineator, c. 
Butterick Designs for Embroidery, etc. 
Headquarters in London, Paris, Berlin 

Gantner & Mattern Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Knit Goods. 4th St., cor. Av. E 

Liebes, H. & Co., S. F., Cal. Ready made cloth- 
ing for women & girls. Av. D, cor. 3rd St. 

Oregon City Mfg. Co., Oregon City, Ore. Cloth- 
ing for men & women. Av. E & 3rd St. 

Pfister, J. J. Knitting Co., Inc., Berkeley, Cal. 
Knit goods in cotton, wool & silk Av D 
cor. 3rd St. • . , 

Winona Mills, New Haven, Conn. Vests and 
Sweaters. (New Haven Coll. Exh.) Av. B 
& 2nd St. 

GROUP 82 

Liebes, H. & Co., S. F., Cal. Furs and Skins, 
dressed & tanned, etc. Av. D, cor. 3rd St. 



Singer Sewing Machine Co., New York, N. Y. 
Machine for sewing boots and shoes. 1st St., 
Av. D, 2nd St, & Av. E. 

United Shoe Machinery Co., Boston, Mass. 
Shoe Making Machinery. 4th St., Av. E & 
5th St. V. I. 

GROUP 83 

American Mills Company, The, New Haven, 
Conn. Collective Exhibit. Av. B & 2nd St. 

Arlington Co., The, Arlington, N. J. "Pyra- 
lin" Prod. Collars & Cuffs. Av. B, cor. 3rd. 

Berger Bros. Co., New Haven, Conn. Corsets. 
(New Haven Coll. Exh.) Av. B & 2nd St. 

California Leather Novelty Works, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Leather Belts. Av.. A, cor. 2d St. 

Gantner & Mattern Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Knit Goods. 4th St., cor. Av. E. 

Heineman, H. M. Sons, San Francisco, Cal. 
Cravats and Neckties. Av. D, cor. 2nd St. 

Newman, I. & Sons, New Haven, Conn. Cor- 
sets. (New Haven Coll. Exh.) Av. B & 2nd. 

Oregon City Mfg. Co., Oregon City, Ore. Cloth- 
ing for hunting & outdoor use. Av. E & 
3rd St. 

Pfister, J. J. Knitting Co., Inc., Berkeley, Cal. 
Knit goods in cotton, wool & silk. Av.D, 3d. 

Strouse, Adler & Co., New Haven, Conn. Cor- 
sets. (New Haven Coll. Exh.) Av. B & 2nd. 

United Lace & Braid Mfg. Co., Auburn, Provi- 
dence, R. I. Collective Exh. 3rd St., Av. 
L & 4th St. 

Winona Mills, New Haven, Conn. Knit Goods. 
(New Haven Coll. Exh.) Av. B & 2nd St. 

CALIFORNIA 

COLLECTIVE EXHIBIT 
V. I., 2nd St. & Av. A. 

GROUP 45 
Barr Brothers Co., Oakland Cal. Cutlery. 

GROUP 47 
Miller, I., Oakland, Cal. Handwrought Jewelry. 

GROUP 49 
Copper Shop, The, Oakland, Cal. Hand ham- 
mered copper. 
Miller, I., Oakland, Alameda, Co., Cal. Art 

Craft in Metals. 
Vinther & Jorgensen, Oakland, Cal. Hand- 
painted China. 

GROUP 52 
Walker, The, Misses, San Jose, Cal. Fancy 
Articles. 

GROUP 65 
Pacific Shade Cloth Co., Oakland, Alameda Co., 
Cal. Shade Cloth. 2nd St. & Av. H. Hand- 
made shade cloths. The best only; opaque, 
duplex, triplex or light-proof; transparent 
or tint. Made in oil colors. 
Rubino Bros., Oakland, Cal. Shade Cloth. 

GROUP 66 
Vinther St Jorgensen, Oakland, Cal. Hand- 
painted China. 

GROUP 75 
Barr Brothers Co., Oakland, Alameda Co., Cal. 
Needles. 

Cox, C. R., Berkeley, Alameda Co., Cal. Iron- 
ing Board. 

Milla, M. D. E., Oakland, Alameda Co., Cal. 
Ironing Board. 

GROUP 82 
Cahn, Nickelsburg & Co., Oakland, Cal. Boots 
and Shoes. 

GROUP 83 
Barr Brothers, Oakland, Cal. Needles. 



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INDIANA 
GROUP 47 
(Collective Exhibit.) 1st St., bet. Avs.B&C.V.I. 
Blackledge, Mrs. Mary E., Indianapolis. Aba- 
lony necklace — original design; necklace in 
copper, necklace, maple design, stick pin. 
Bowles, Janet Payne, Indianapolis. Breastpin, 
jewelry, necklace, pendant^ metal work 
necklace. 

GROUP 49 

Overbeck Sisters Studio, Cambridge City, Ind. 
Art Pottery. V. I., 1st St., bet. Avs. B & C. 

GROUP 50 

Goodwin, Miss Frances, Newcastle. 1 plaster 
cast. Bust — Rev. Stanley. 

Sorenson, Clara B. Leonard, Indianapolis. Bas 
relief in plaster, Bubble Baby, Ready for 
the Bath, The Little Whistler, Duseas 
Francescoda Runini, Portrait Sketch, This 
Little Pig Went to Market. 

Washburn, Miss Mary, Rensselaer. Statuette — 
Philip Paul, The Belgian Refugee, Flowers, 
Consolation. 

GROUP 52 

Bowles, Janet Payne, Indianapolis. Jewelry 
box. 

Carey, Miss Eleanor, Indianapolis. Decorated 
sewing basket. 

Longcliff Hospital, Logansport. 4 Raffia bas- 
kets, reed basket. 

Murphy, Minnie Coffin, Indianapolis. Serving 
tray. 

Robinson, Susan, Peru. 5 spool case boxes. 

GROUP 64 
Shover, Lucy, Indianapolis, Ind. On^ rug de- 
sign. V. I., 1st St., bet. Avs. B & C. 

GROUP 66 

Hadley, Mrs. Alice Ross, Indianapolis. Vase, 
plate and bowl. 

Hibben, Miss Helen L., Indianapolis. Art 
Tiles. 

O'Neill, Mrs. Laura H., Indianapolis. Pitcher, 
plate, hot water pot, cup and saucer, jardi- 
niere, pitcher and 6 cups. 

Orndorf, Mrs. J. H., Indianapolis. Bouillon 
cup and saucer, service plates, cup and 
saucer. 

Overbeck Sisters' Studio, Cambridge City. 
Decorated tiles, fern dishes, tea set. 
GROUP 66 

Sparks, Mrs, MoUie, Valparaiso. Hexagonal 
vases, fruit plate, rose jar, sachet vase, 
square vase, bowl. 

Stoddard, Mrs. W. H., 2315 Bellefontaine, 
Indianapolis. Bowl, 6 cups, pudding set 14 
pieces, bowl with 6 plates, tea pot, 6 cups 
and saucers, 6 plates, bowl, 2 howls. 

Tompkins, Mrs. A. W., 2717 N. New Jersey, 
Indianapolis. 6 cups and saucers, 1 stein, 1 
jar, bowl and 4 plates, 1 cup and saucer, 
pitcher. 

Welch, Mrs. Sarah E., 2339 Broadway, Indian- 
apolis. Chocolate set, pitcher, 6 cups and 
saucers, tea set 3 pieces. 

Wilcox, Mrs. O. C, 2717 N. New Jersey, 
Indianapolis. 6 cups and saucers, 1 stein, 
1 jar, bowl and 4 plates, 1 cup and saucer, 
pitcher. 

Williams, Miss Clara, 2524 N. Illinois St., 
Indianapolis. 1 service plate. 
GROUP 80 

Albred, Miss Mary, Burrows, Ind. Tatted 
doily. 1st St., bet. Avs. B & C. 

Anderson, Miss Marion, Bedford. Two hand- 
some collars, 3 handkerchiefs. 

Armstrong, Ido & Ora, Bedford. Tatting 
luncheon set, 13 pes.; waist yoke, tatting; 
10-point doily, tenerliffe lace collar. 



Augspurger, Olive M., Woodbum. Embroid- 
ered doily. 

Baker, Mrs. T. R., Indianapolis. Baby quilt, 
cross-stitch design. 

Berrjrman, Mrs. W. L., Tipton. Centrepiece 
tinting and embroidered on net, child's 
point-lace dress and bonnet (christening 
robe), embroidered bed set. 

Brown, Mrs. A. S., Clay City. Crochet piano 
scarf. 

Builta, Mrs. Bessie Rhode, Morocco. Drawn- 
work tablecloth. 

Caldwell, Mrs. Wm. L., Indianapolis. Point- 
lace bertha. 

Clark, Mrs. Robt. A., Attica. Lunch cloth. 

Cole, Mrs. Edw. N., Kokomo. 1 crochet doll. 

Convent of St. Benedict, Ferdinand. Batten- 
burg butterfly-point lace. 

Craft, Mrs. W. H., Indianapolis. Collar and 
cuff set, carickmacross lace. 

Cragmont-Southeastern Hospital for Insane, 
Madison. 1 crochet square, tatted collar and 
cuff set, samples of knitted lace, lunch 
cloth. 

Curll, Mrs. Sadie, Petersburg. Woven Tener- 
liffe doily, point-lace doily, embroidered 
bed set. 

De Grotte, Mrs. Fred, Mishawaka. Embroider- 
ed centrepiece (2), embroidered napkin. 

De Latter, Mrs. Julia, Brazil. Baby Irish 
cap. 

Demanie, Jennie, Vevay. Crochet and em- 
broidered centrepiece, white embroidered 
piece-feather design. 

Dreifus, Theresa, Delphi. Darned huck vest, 
Hardanger table cloth. 

Findley, Mrs. M. A., Kokomo. Embroidered 
baby dress, pair hemstitched towels (cross- 
stitch design). 

Fish, Miss Julia R., Indianapolis. Beaded card 
case. 

Fish, Mrs. W. S., Indianapolis. Beaded bag 
(parrot design), card case (rose design). 

Gifford, Mrs. M. R., Tipton. Hand-made baby 
dress, Battenberg centrepiece. 

Gregg, J. C, Greenwood. Embroidered cen- 
trepiece. 

Harris, Miss Florence E., Rising Sun. Four 
table mats. 

Hart, Mrs. E. S., Greenfield. Crochet centre- 
piece (roll-stitch design), crochet centre- 
piece (pineapple and bean design). 

Hendricks, Mrs. Chas. E., Greenfield. Duch- 
ess lace collar, point-lace collar, collar point 
lace, applique, doily (novelty braid design), 
point-lace handkerchief, embroidered lunch 
cloth, lunch set in Battenburg (13 pieces), 
1 pair embroidered curtains on burlap. 

Henry, Nellie E., Fort Wayne. Fillet insertion 
and fillet monogram. 

Houck, Mrs. G. W., Kokomo. Beaded chain, 
horsehair chain, beaded belt. 

Hunter, Miss Stella, Fort Wayne. Embroider- 
ed corset cover, handkerchief, child's apron, 
collars. (2), and towel. 

Johnson, Alfreda, West Point. Tenerliffe 
centerpiece, crochet centrepiece. 

Johnson, Anna, West Point. Embroidered cen- 
trepiece. 

Jeifers, Mrs. H. A., Bloomington. Crochet 
centrepiece. 

Jones, Mrs. Winson, Lebanon. Embroidered 
pincushion, jabot, handkerchief, shirtwaist 
set, samples (button holes). 

Kerr, Susan C, Union City. Hardanger lunch 
cloth. 

Knight, Mrs. Mary, Rochester. Crochet centre- 
piece. 

Kumph, Mrs. J. F. C, Brazil. Crochet pillow 
top. 

Langford, Marguerite, Fort Wayne. Fillet 
collar, fillet yoke. 

Lentz, Mrs. L. G.. Tipton. Persian lunch 
cloth (drawnwork). 



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Leonard, Miss A. M., Indianapolis. Em- 
broidered pillow top. 

LDngcliff Hospital, Logansport. Dresser scarf, 
dresser cover, table cover, handkerchief, 
crochet lace, and one piece crochet lace. 

McCord, Mrs. Harris, Eockville. Embroidered 
towel, tatting handkerchief. 

McFadden, Mrs. Mary, Indianapolis. Two 
tatted handkerchiefs, 2 jabots. 

Marion County Hospital for Incurahle Insane, 
Juliette. Drawnwork squares (white and 
ecru). 

Meier, Mrs. Lewis, Indianapolis. Beaded hag 
(conventional design). 

Moler, Mrs. Angela, Indianapolis. Hand- 
woven scarf. 

Morgel, Mrs. Geo., Brazil. Tatted doily. 

Nash, Mrs. Winona M., Tipton. Embroidered 
centrepiece (Battenburg border), dresser 
scarf, centrepiece (hand-made lace), one- 
half dozen embroidered napkins with mono- 
gram, embroidered lunch cloth. 

Pugsley, Mrs. P. J., Peru. One pair infant's 
crochet shoes. 

Rickey, Mrs. Ada M., Lebanon. Piece of 
Venetian crochet. 

Eubelt, Miss Ida C, Brazil. Ladies' waist 
(baby Irish lace). 

Eubey, Miss Ida, Winchester. French em- 
broidered nightdress. 

Scott, Mrs. Ida Gray, Indianapolis. Silk Bat- 
tenburg stole. 

Smeltzer, Ella, Pyemont. Dresser scarf. 

Smith, Adelphia, Delphi. Scarf (knitted 
lace). 

Stevenson, Mrs. Lawrence, Oaktown. Crochet 
centrepiece (roll stitch). 

Stone, Mrs., Westfleld. Four-piece luncheon 
set. 



Strong, Mrs. Frank, Shelbyville. Embroidered 
wild-rose centrepiece. 

Strong, Mrs. R. H., Indianapolis. Drawnwork 
lunch cloth and dresser scarf. 

Turner, Miss Jennie, Lafayette. Beaded belt, 
point-lace handkerchief, drawnwork hand- 
kerchief. 

Waldemeyer, Mrs. Anna, Vevay. 1 fillet cen- 
trepiece (morning-glory pattern). 

Wahl, Mrs. Jacob, Vevay. Crochet daisy doily 
(original design, awarded medal at Man- 
chester, England, 1914), crochet oval and 
round doily, fillet crochet centrepiece, large 
fillet crochet centrepiece of grapes, 2 small 
doilies, 1 medium, centrepiece and tray 
cloth, crochet block and bar doily, crochet 
doily (horn of plenty design), hexagon 
doily, crochet plate and tumbler doily, 
rib-pattern crochet doily, large crochet doily 
(diamond design) crochet centrepiece (dia- 
mond and star design), crochet oval in 
scroll-fillet design. 

Webster, Mrs. E. R., Bedford. Crochet collar 
and cuff set. 

Wilson, Bess, Delphi. Lunch cloth and fancy 
towel. 

Wilson, Mrs. John, Remington. Point-lace 
handkerchief, tie and Battenburg collar. 

Woman's Prison, Indianapolis. Cross-stitch 
towels, crochet belt, Mexican lunch cloth, 
drawnwork bed set, embroidered bed set, 
crochet bed set. 

Woodburn, Mrs. Howard, Bowling Green. 
Dark linen lunch cloth (crochet border). 

Yaggy, Prudence A., Woodburn. Tatted doily. 

Yeager, Alma, Shelbyville. 18 crochet mats, 
crochet bag. 

Yeakley.^Mrs. Samuel, Burrows. Embroidered 
towel. * 



Foreign Section 



DENMARK 



GROUP 46 

Hertz, P., Copenhagen. Silver and goldsmith 
to his Majesty, the King of Denmark. Spec- 
ialty, enamelled silver. (Danish Collective 
Exhibit.) V. I., 5th St. & Av. A, 6th St. 
& Av. B. 

Jensen, George, Copenhagen. Handwrought 
silver, original design. (Danish Collective 
Exhibit.) V. I., 5th St. & Av. A, 6th St. 
& Av. B. 

GROUP 47 

Ericksen, Miss Bergitte, Copenhagen. Enamel- 
led brooches, rings, etc., in handsome silver. 
(Danish Collective Exhibit.) V. I., 5th St. 
& Av. A. 6th St. & Av. B. 
GROUP 49 

Copenhagen Faience Factory, Copenhagen. 
Vases, Placques and Table Ware. (Danish 
Collective Exhibit.) V. L, 5th St. & Av. 
A, 6th St. & Av. B. 

Enke, J. Ipsens, Copenhagen. Terra Cotta 
Manufacturers to his Majesty, the King of 
Denmark. Statuary and Vases, antique and 
modern. (Danish Collective Exhibit.) V. I., 
5th St. & Av. A, 6th St. & Av. B. 

Hjorth, L., Eonne. Statuettes and Vases in 
terra cotta and glazed stone ware. (Danish 
Collective Exhibit.) V. L, 5th St. & Av. A, 
6th St. & Av. B. 

Jensen, George, Copenhagen. Handwrought sil- 
ver, original designs. (Danish Collective Ex- 
hibit ) V. L, 5th St. & Av. A, 6th St. & 
Av. B. 

Kohler, Herman A., Naestved. Art. Pottery in 
lustre and underglaze decoration. (Danish 
Collective Exhibit.) V. I., 5th St. & Av 
A, 6th St. & Av. B. 



Westergaard, Miss Mette, Copenhagen. Hand- 
woven works. Gobelins after Mohls de- 
signs. (Danish Collective Exhibit.) V. I., 5th 
St. & Av. A, 6th St. & Av. B. 

GROUP 50 

Enke, P. Ipsens, Copenhagen. Terra Cotta 
Manufacturer to his Majesty, the King of 
Denmark. Statuary and Vases, antique and 
modern. (Danish Collective Exhibit.) V. I., 
5th St. & Av. A, 6th St. & Av. B. 

Hjorth, L., Ronne. Statuettes and Vases in 
Terra Cotta and Glazed Stoneware. (Danish 
Collective Exhibit.) V. I., 5th St. & Ave. 
A, 6th St. & Av. B. 

Saligath, Mrs. L., Copenhagen. Bronze Work. 
Statuettes of famous racehorses modelled 
from life. (Danish Collective Exhibit.) V. I., 
5th St & Av. A, 6th St. & Av. B. 

GROUP 66 

Copenhagen Faience Factory, Copenhagen. 
Vases, Placques and Table Ware. (Danish 
Collective Exhibit.) V. I., 5th St. & Av. A, 
6th St. & Av. B. 

Hjorth, L., Eonne. Statuettes and Vases in 
Terra Cotta and Glazed Stoneware. (Danish 
Collective Exhibit.) V. L, 5th St. & Av. A, 
6th St. & Av. B. 

Emke, ^. Ipsene, Copanhagen. Terra Cotta 
Manufacturer to His Majesty, the King of 
Denmark. Statuary and Vases, antiques and 
modern. (Danish Collective Exhibit.) V. I., 
5th St. & Av. A, 6th St. & Av. B, 

GROUP 80 
Hirsch, Mrs. Sarah, Copenhagen. Embroider- 
ies. (Danish Collective Exhibit.) V. I., 5th 
St. & Av. A, 6th St. & Av. B. 



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Ilium, A. C, Copenhagen. Embroideries. (Dan- 
ish Collective Exhibit.) V. I., 5th St. & Av. 
A, 6th St. & Av. B. 

Larsen, Mrs. Ingleborg, Copenhagen. Table- 
cloth, Hedebo style. (Danish Collective Ex- 
hibit.) V. I., 5th St. & Av. A, 6th St. & 
Av. B. 

Sorensen, Miss Andrea, Copenhagen. Em- 
broideries, old Hedebo stvle. (Danish Col- 
lective Exhibit.) V. I., 5th St. & Av. A, 
6th St. & Av. B. 

NETHERLANDS 

GROUP 46 

Koninklyke Utrechtsche Fabriek Van Zilver- 
werken. Van C. J. Begeer, Utrecht. Silver- 
ware. 5th St., Av. D. 6th St. & Av. E. 

Niekerk Gebr., Schoonhoven. Silverware. 5th 
St., Av. D, 6th St. & Av. E. 

GROUP 47 
Koninklyke Utrechtsche Fabriek Van Zilver- 
werken Van C. J. Begeer, Utrecht. Jewelry. 
5th St., Av. D, 0th St. & Av. E. 
GROUP 51 
Handoes, Gabriel, Utrecht. Stained Glass. 5th 
St., Av. D, 6th St. & Av. E. 
GROUP 60 
Deventer Capsulefabriek, Deventer. Metal 
caps. 5th St., Av. D, 6th St. & Av. E. 
GROUP 64 
Stoomweveryen, N. V., Voorheen Firma G. 
Van Besouv, J. Bzn., Goirle. Carpets and 
matting. 5th St., Av. D, 6th St. & Av. E. 
GROUP 66 
N. V. Arnhemsche, Fayencefabriek, Arnhem. 
Ceramics. 5th St., Av. D, 6th St. & Av. E. 
E. Delftsch Aardwerkfabriek, "De Porceleyne 
Fles," Delft. Ceramics. 5th St., Av. D, 
6th St. and Av. E. 



N. V. Fabriek Van Brouwer's Aaredewerk 

Voarheen Willem C. Brouwer, Leiderdorp. 

Ceramics. 5th St., Av. D, 6th St. & Av. E. 
Jager, A., Hilversum. Painted Tiles. 5th St., 

Av. D, 6th St. & Ave. E. 
N. V. Kunstaardewerkfabriek "St. Lucas," 

Utrecht. Ceramics. V. I., 5th St., Av. D, 

6th St. & Av. E. 
Plateelbakkery "De Distel," Amsterdam. 

Ceramics. V. I., 5th St., Av. D, 6th St. & 

Av. E. 
Plateelbakkery "Zuid-Holland," Gouda. Ce- 
ramics. 5th St. & Av. D, 6th St. & Av. E. 
N. V. Steenfabriek, "Geldermalsen," Gelder- 

malsen. Fire bricks. 5th St. & Av. D, 6th 

St. & Av. E. 
Tichelaar Gebr., Makkum. Ceramics. 5th St. 
■ & Av. D, 6th St. & Av. E. 
Van Hulst, J., Harlingen. Wall Tiles. 5th St, 

& Av. D., 6th St. & Av. E. 
GROUP 68 
Strykers, A. Tiel. Wicker-covered bottles. 

5th St. & Av. D, 6th St. & Av. E. 
N. V. Vereenigde Glasfabrieken, Vlaardingen. 

Bottles. 5th St. & Av. D, 6th St. & Av. E. 
GROUP 71 
W. J. Stokvls' Koninklyke Fabriek Van Me- 

taalwerken, Arnhem. Lighting fixtures. 5th 

St. & Av. D, 6th St. & Av. E. 
GROUP 76 
Firma M. Van Dam & Zonen, Enschede. Tex- 
tiles. 5th St. & Av. D, 6th St. &.Av. D. 
GROUP 82 
Firma Frans Van DenAssum, Dongen. Leather 

boots. 5th St. & Av. D, 6th St. & Av. E. 

SWEDEN 

The exhibits of Sweden, classified in this 
Department, are installed in the Swedish 
Building, Avenue of Nations. 






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FACTORY AT ARLINGTON. NEW JERSEY. U. S. A. ESTABLISHED 1883 

THE ARLINGTON COMPANY 

Manufacturers of 

PYRALIN 

Toilet Articles 

Ivory Pyralin — the Toilet Ware De Luxe 

Combs, Brushes, Mirrors and Fancy Goods 

Pyralin Sheeting 

Made in hundreds of attractive designs and a wide range of colors. 
Our No. 624 is an exceptionally fine flexible transparent product, made 
especially for the Automobile Trade. 

Arlington Waterproof Collars and Cuffs 

Made in the following well-known brands: Challenge, Rubber, 
Pyralin, Out Door, Water Nymph, Tidal Wave. 

Pyralin Lacquers and Enamels 

The body and base of all Pyralin Lacquers is Pyroxylin. They will 
not crack, peel, or scale, and are unaffected by moisture and climatic changes. 

The Arlington 
Company 




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SAN FRANCISCO • (915 



Established 1883 

725-727 Broadway 

New York, U. S. A. 

Branches: 

CHICAGO 

125 So. Market Street 

ST. LOUIS 

505 No. 7th Street 

BOSTON 

86 Essex Street 

DETROIT 

117 Jefferson Avenue 

PHILADELPHIA 

900 Chestnut Street 

SAN FRANCISCO 

718 Mission Street 

TORONTO 

58 to 64 Frazer Avenue 




The Gorham Company 

Silversmiths and Goldsmiths 

MAKERS OF 

Sterling Silver Ware 
Gold Ware 
Hard Metal Plated Ware 
Ecclesiastical Ware g^S^Bron^if 
Stained Glass Window^s 
Sculpture in Bronze & Marble 
Architectural Bronze 



Memorial Tablets 



in Bronze 
and Brass 



Fifth Avenue and Thirty-Sixth Street, New York 

BRANCHES 

15, 17, 19 Maiden Lane, New York 140 Geary Street, San Francisco 

1 South Wabash Avenue, Chicago Ely Place, London 

WORKS — Providence and New York 



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Excavator Machinery 


Bart^^r Asphalt Paving Co. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Roofing Material 


Cei-esJt Waterproofing Co* 


Chicago, 111. 


Waterproofing Material 


C. H. &, B. Mfg. Co. 


Milwaukee, Wis. 


Contractors' Equipment 


Clyd« Irpw Works 


Duiuth, Minn. 


Steam and Electric Hoists 


Haslett Spiral Chute Co. 


San Francisco, Ceia. 


Package Chbtes 


Iroquois Iron Works; 


Buffalo, N. Y. 


Road Rollers 


MuggJ«y Differential' Co. 


New York, N. Y.. 


Differential Axles 


Patent Scaffold Co. 


New York, N. Y. 


Safety Scaffolds 


Owen Bucket Co. 


Cleveland, Ohio 


Clam Shell Buckets 


jRusseU Grader Mfg. Co. 


Minneapolis, Mirin. 


Road Machinery 


St. Jl-ouis Steel Foundry Co 


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Manganese Track Work 


The T.^ J^.. JSrolth Company 


Milwaukee, Wis. 


Concrete Machinery 



PARROTT & CO 

San Francisco Office, 320 California Street 
Los Angeles Office, Higgins Building 



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Copyright 

PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 

San Francisco, 1©I5. 



Official Catalogue of 
Exhibitors 



Panama-Pacific International Exposition 

San Francisco, California, J9I5 

CHARLES C, MOORE 

President 



Director-in-Chicf 
..: FREDERICK J. V. SKIFF 

Division of Exhibits 

ASHER CARTER BAKER, Director 

Department F 



MACHINERY 



LIEUT. G. W. DANFORTH, Chief 



Preliminary Edition 



Published for the Division of Exhibits by 

The "Walgreen Company, Official Publishers 
San Francisco, J9I5 



PREFACE 



By Asher Carter Baker, Director of Exhibits 



A modern, universal exposition is an encyclopedia of man's words and 
works. It is a collection of the achievements and productivity of man for exam- 
ination by the International Jury of Awards, and constitutes a compact, classified, 
indexed compendium of man's activity in all phases, extending to the most material 
as well as to the most refined products. It is estimated that a million objects are 
exposed in the various displays installed within the palaces, in foreign, state and 
special pavilions. To properly classify, group and arrange alphabetically all the 
exhibits of an exposition of such international scope, is a task of such magnitude 
as to make it impossible to provide a complete catalogue of these exhibits on 
opening day of the Exposition. 

This edition of the official catalogue is therefore presented preliminary to 
the revised and complete catalogue which will be issued within a few weeks, and 
to the preparation of which, in realization of its extraordinary value as a document 
of general and commercial reference, special care is being given. 

The present volume, however, capably serves the purpose for which it is 
designed, as an early index of the infinite variety of interesting exhibits which 
are the concrete evidences of the industrial, educational and artistic advancement 
of the world. 

Acknowledgment is hereby offered of the excellent co-operation received in 
the compilation of this catalogue from the Commissioners-General of participating 
nations, officers of State Commissions, individual exhibitors, and more particularly, 

the various officers of the Division of Exhibits, and the Official Catalogue Com- 
pany, publishers of the catalogue. 




PALACE OF MACHINERY 



MACHINERY 



Official Catalogue Department F 



CLASSIFICATION OF EXHIBITS 

Steam Generators and Motors Utilizing Steam. 

Accessory Appliances. 

Internal Combustion Motors. 

Hydraulic Motors. 

Miscellaneous Motors. 

General Machinery and Accessories. 

Tools for Shaping Wood and Metals. 

Electrical Groups. 

Commutating Apparatus. 

Synchronous Apparatus. 

Stationary Induction Apparatus. 

Rotary Induction Apparatus. 

Unipolar (Acyclic) Apparatus. 

Rectifying Apparatus. 

Luminous Apparatus (Sources of Light). 

Measuring, Indicating and Recording Apparatus. 

Apparatus for Protection of Electric Apparatus 

and for Control and Distribution of Electric 

Energy, other than Railway Material. 

Electro-Chemical Apparatus. 



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Department of Machinery 

BY 

Lieut. G. W. DanfortK Chief 

Mechanical and electrical genius has brought into practical use many machines 
and electrical appliances for manufacturing and transportation purposes, and has also 
supplied many useful and convenient machines and appliances for the home, the 
farm, and for miscellaneous needs. 

Within the last decade engineers have made notable advancement in the 
iypts of engines which transform the energy of burning fuel into mechanical motion, 
and in the types of machines and electrical apparatus which apply this mechanical 
energy to industrial and domestic uses. 

The practical and economical production of electric current is now accom- 
plished by the employment of both engine and water power, and the problems of 
transmission, control and practical uses of this current have been worked out with 
great skill and ingenuity. 

The great variety of machines and labor-saving devices now used is 
familiar to everyone. There has been notable advance in various machines and 
processes for the shaping of metals. These processes and the machines themselves 
are made possible by the skill of the metallurgist in producing pure metals and 
useful alloys. 

In Machinery Palace will be shown machines and electrical apparatus which 
come under all of these classes, with many instruments and appliances related there- 
to. These exhibits are not only shown as commercial features of interest to the 
engineer and to the manufacturer, but special attention has been given to bringing 
out points of educational interest which will show and explain the fundamental prin- 
ciples, the essential features and the functions of these exhibits. Wherever practical, 
machinery and electrical apparatus will be shown in operation, also in many cases 
will be shown in parts or cut in sections, with such explanations as will enable 
anyone interested to study them. 

The exhibits in Machinery Palace have been so selected and arranged that 
they will be of particular interest to the greatest number of visitors, including the 
scientist, the practical engineer, the mechanic, the electrician, the manufacturer, 
the student, the farmer and, last but not least, the housewife. 

Many exhibits of machinery classified under other exhibit departments are 
placed in Machinery Palace. These include: Contractors, Road Making, Agri- 
cultural, Mining and Printing Machines, which are not listed in this Catalogue, 
but are listed in the catalogues of the departments to which they belong. 



HOW TO LOCATE AN EXHIBIT 

The Palace of Machinery is laid out in blocks, which are con- 
secutively numbered from 1 to 54, inclusive, as shown on the floor 
plan. The aisles are designated as streets (First to Fifth), running 
north to south, and as avenues (A to I), from east to west. To 
locate an exhibitor refer to the names, alphabetically arranged under 
the exhibit group to which each belongs in the official classification, 
and note the aisle location following each name. Street and Avenue 
signs are erected at their intersection on the corners of all blocks. 

All Exhibits entered in this Catalogue are located in the Palace 
of Machinery, unless otherwise indicated after the entry. The fol- 
lowing are abbreviations used in this Catalogue to designate other 
Exhibit Palaces: 

Fine Arts Palace Fn. A. Pal. 

Education Palace Ed. Pal. 

Liberal Arts Palace Lb. A. Pal. 

Manufactures Palace Mfr. Pal. 

Varied Industries Palace V. I. Pal. 

Machinery Palace Mch. Pal. 

Transportation Palace Trns. Pal. • 

Agriculture Palace Agr. Pal. 

Food Products Palace Fd. Pr. Pal. 

Live Stock Palace Lv. St. Pal. 

Horticulture Palace Hor. Pal. 

Mines and Metallurgy Palace Min. Pal. 



DEPARTMENT OF MACHINERY 



DEPARTMENT OF MACHINERY 



Official Classification of 
Exhibits 



GROUP 85 
STEAM GENERATORS AND MOTORS UTILIZING STEAM. ACCESSORY APPLIANCES 

Class 449. Steam engines and steam turbines ; portable, semi-portable and stationary ; valve 
gear, governors, lubricating apparatus, and accessories attached. 

Class 450. Boilers, stationary, marine, portable and semi-portable; boiler equipment, includ- 
ing furnaces, grate bars, smoke stacks, mechanical stokers, oil burners, oil and 
other fuel systems, mechanical flue and tube cleaners; forced and natural draft 
apparatus and equipment; fuel economizers, superheaters; boiler fittings; coal 
handlers and conveyors; ash handling systems and apparatus. 
NOTE : Agricultural and road-making machinery is not included herewith. 

Class 451. Appliances for handling and purifying feed water: feed pumps and injectors, feed- 
water regulators, feed tanks ; feed-water heaters; chemical and mechanical puri- 
fiers, oil extractors, scale removing appliances and compounds ; water softening 
compounds. (See Class 462.) 

Class 452. Valve gear, governors and speed regulators for steam engines or turbines, not 
attached. 

Class 453. Equipment for transmission and control of steam: steam piping and piping systems, 
including pipe, valves, fittings, steam hose, traps, separators and exhaust heads. 

Class 454. Condensing apparatus: surface and jet condensers; air pumps, dry vacuum pumps, 
circulating pumps ; cooling towers, cooling systems. 

Class 455. Methods and appliances for testing and recording the performances of engines, 
turbines, boilers, condensers, their auxiliaries, and other machinery: pyrometers, 
steam thermometers, calorimeters, steam meters, C02 recorders, flue gas ana- 
lysis apparatus for steam power plants ; counters, gages, indicators, tachometers, 
and dynamometers. 

GROUP 86 

INTERNAL COMBUSTION MOTORS 

Class 456. Internal combustion engines, gas turbines, and all motors in which internal com- 
bustion of the fuel takes place; apparatus and systems for supplying fuel for 
internal combustion motors. 

NOTE: This group does not include motors attached to mobile devices (such 
as automobiles), nor does it include agricultural or road making machinery. 

GROUP 87 
HYDRAULIC MOTORS 

Class 457. Impulse wheels, turbines and other motors driven by water power, and apparatus 
for their regulation and control. 

GROUP 88 
MISCELLANEOUS MOTORS 

Class 458. Motors operated by heated air, or other means, not elsewhere classified. 

GROUP 89 
GENERAL MACHINERY AND ACCESSORIES 

Class 459. Appliances for handling heavy weights; overhead traveling and stationary cranes, 

operated by hand or power; hoisting engines, jacks, differential pulleys. (Marine 

and mining equipment not included.) 
Class 460. Conveying machinery: belt, bucket and movable table or roller conveyors; trolley 

conveyors. (For special apparatus in mining see Classes 750, 756 and 780.) 
Class 461. Power-transmitting and appliances: leather, fiber, chain, link and other belting; 

cable and rope drives ; gearing, shafting, couplings, pulleys, clutches, hangers, 

and pedestals. 
Class 462. Apparatus for lifting and handling water and other liquids: hand, steam and 

power driven pumps, pulsometers, air lifts, hydraulic rams; water pipe and 

accessories; water meters. (See also Classes 451, 470, 530, 554, 559 and 751 

for pumps for special uses.) 
Class 463. Fire engines, extinguishers and fire fighting apparatus. (See Class 183.) 
Class 464. Air and gas compressors and accessories. (See also Classes 354 and 749.) 
Class 465. Brick and tile making machinery. (Transferred to Class 765.) 
Class 466. Dredging and excavating machinery and appliances. (For railroad machinery 

see Class 520, For mining machinery see Class 759.) 
Class 467. Refrigerating machinery, (See also Classes 531 and 601.) 
Class 468. Packing, gaskets, heat insulating material, lubricators, lubricants, lubricating 

systems, metal for bearings. 
Class 469. General machinery not otherwise classified. 



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GROUP 90 
TOOLS FOR SHAPING WOOD AND METALS 

Glass 470. Steam forging hammers, hydraulic forging presses; hydraulic accumulators, inten- 
sifiers, pumps and accessories ; extruding presses ; hand and power shears, 
punches and blank cutters for metals; plate bending and planing machines; drop 
forging hammers; swaging presses; riveting machines. (See Cflass 462.) 

Class 471. Apparatus, equipment and compounds used in annealing, hardening, tempering, 
brazing and soldering metals. 

Class 472. Machine tools, lathes, planers, shapers ; drilling, boring, milling, slotting and 
splining machines; bolt, nut and pipe machines; metal saws; forcing presses; 
polishing and finishing machines for metals; machines for rough grinding. All 
machine tool attachments ; safety devices when attached to machines ; portable 
power tools ; tool grinding machines ; machine shop accessories. 

Class 473. Machinery for grinding accurate surfaces; screw cutting machines; presses and 
spinning lathes for shaping sheet metals. 

Class 474. Hand tools for machinists: measuring tools; bench tools, etc. 

Class 475. Machines and tools for boiler shop and sheet metal shop work, not elsewhere 
classified. 

Class 476. Wood working machinery: power saws, wood lathes, planers and jointers, and 
other wood working power tools other than saw-mill equipment ; equipment for 
bending or pressing wood ; box and basket machinery. Attachments for wood- 
working machinery. Safety devices for wood working machinery when shown 
attached to machines. (See Class 448.) 

Class 477. Special machinery for various purposes, not otherwise classified. 



ELECTRICAL GROUPS 



GROUP 91 
COMMUTATING APPARATUS 

Class 478. Direct-current commutating generators, all types. 

Class 479. Synchronous commutating machines, comprising synchronous converters, motor 

converters and double current generators. 
Class 480. Direct and alternating current commutating type motors. 
Class 481. Direct and alternating current commutating type railway motors. 

GROUP 92 
SYNCHRONOUS APPARATUS 

(All Alternating Current) 

Class 482. Synchronous generators, all types. 

Class 483. Synchronous motors. 

Class 484. Synchronous condensers. 

Class 485. Synchronous frequency changers. 

Class 486. Synchronous rotary phase converters. 

GROUP 93 
STATIONARY IITOUCTION APPARATUS 

Class 487. Transformers (including induction coils) and autotransformers, all types. 
Class 488. Potential regulators and reactances, all types. 
Class 489. Induction starters. 

GROUP 94 
BOTABT INDUCTION APPARUTUS 

Class 490. Induction generators, all types. 

Class 491. Induction motors. 

Class 492. Induction condensers. 

Class 493. Induction frequency changers. 

Class 494. Induction rotary phase converters. 

GROUP 95 
UNIPOLAR (ACYCLIC) APPARATUS 
Class 495. Unipolar (Acyclic apparatus). 

GROUP 96 
RECTIFYING APPARATUS 

Class 496. Rotating commutators. 

Class 497. Electric valves (including mercury rectifiers). 

Class 498. Vibrating commutators. 

GROUP 97 
LUMINOUS APPARATUS (Sources of Light) 
Class 499. Arc lamps, all types. 
Class 500. Incandescent lamps, all types. 
Class 501. Vapor lamps, all types. 
Class 502. Vacuum lamps, all types. 



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GROUP 98 
MEASURING, INDICATING AND RECORDING APPARATUS 

(Not including instruments for pure science and research work.) 
Class 503. Instruments for switchboard use. 
Class 504. Instruments for mounting apart from switchboard. 
Class 505. Portable instruments. 
Class 506. Laboratory instruments. 

GROUP 99 

APPARATUS FOR PROTECTION OF ELECTRIC APPARATUS AND FOR CONTROL AND 

DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRIC ENERGY, OTHER THAN RAILWAY MATERIAL 

Class 507. Complete switchboards. 

Class 508. Lightning arrestors and accessories. 

Class 509. Devices for opening and closing circuits and controlling flow of current therein. 
NOTE: In class 509 will be placed such devices as are used in stations and 
on main circuits. 

Class 510. Devices and material used in distribution of current and control of distribution 
circuits other than in stations and on main circuits; including fuses and fuse 
holders, conduits, cables, wires, insulators, junction boxes, cabinets, cut-outs, 
sockets, fixtures, electric sign mechanism, and other subsidiary apparatus not 
otherwise classified. (See Class 308.) 

Class 510%Electrical workers' tools and appliances. 

GROUP 100 
ELECTRO-CHEMICAL APPARATUS 

Class 511. Storage batteries. 
Class 512. Primary batteries. 



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GROUP 85 
STEAM GENERATORS AND MOTORS 
UTILIZING STEAM. ACCESSORY 
APPLIANCES 
Advance Pump & Compressor Co., Battle 
Creek, Mich. Power Pumps and Air Com- 
pressors. 5th St., cor. Av. D. 
American Pulley Co., The, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pulleys. 4th St. & Av. I. Wrought steel 
belt pulleys. , ^ , 

American Steam Pump Co., Battle Creek, 
Mich, Boiler Feed Pumps, Vacuum Pumps. 
1st St. & Av. E. Simons Machinery Co., 
California Agents. ^ , _ 

Armstrong, L. D., San Francisco, Cal. Power 
Pumps and Air Compressors. (Coll Exh.) 
5th St., cor. Av. E. 
Ashton Valve Co., Boston, Mass. Safety 

Valves and Steam Gauges. (In Service.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Co., New York, N. Y. 
Boilers. 2nd & 3rd Sts. & Av. G. Marine 
and stationary boilers, superheaters, stok- 
ers. General Pacific Coast Offices: San 
Francisco, Portland, Tucson, Seattle, Salt 
Lake City, Los Angeles. Chas. C. Moore, 
Mgr. 
Badenhausen Co. of Philadelphia, Pa. Water 
Tube Boilers. 5th St., bet. Avs. F & G. 
L. D. Armstrong, Agt., 417 Market St., S. F. 
Bristol Co., The, Waterbury Conn. Record- 
ing and Testing Instruments. 2nd St. & 
Av. D. 
Crane Co., Chicago, 111. Steam Valves and 
Fittings; Steam Plant Accessories. 3rd St., 
Avs. D & E. 
Crosby Steam Gauge & Valve Co., Boston, 
Mass. Recording Instruments. 4th St. & 
Av. F. 
Fess System Co., Inc., San Francisco, Cal. 
Crude Oil Burning Appliances. 5th St. & 
Av. F. 
Gas Engine & Power Co. & Chas. L. Seabury, 
Con., Morris Heights, N. Y. Water Tube 
Boilers. 4th St. & Avs. E. & F. 
General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. 
Steam Flow Meters. (Power Plant, Hor. 
Pal.) 
Gold Car Heating & Lighting Co., New York, 
N. Y. Thermostats. 1st St. & Av. D. 
Steam, vapor, combination pressure and va- 
por, hot water and electric systems, Ther- 
mostate control for same. Cyclone and 
window ventilators. W. J. Marland, Rep. 
Mch. Pal., San Francisco, Cal. 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, O. 

Steam & Fire Hose. The Mine. 
Harrison Safety Boiler Works, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Safety Boilers. 4th St. & Av. G. 
Cochrane Metering Feed Water Heaters & 
Independent V-Notch Meters. "Multiport" 
Back Pressure "Valves." Cochrane Steam 
& Oil Separators. 
Harron, Rickard & McCone, San Francisco, 
Cal. Water Handling Appliances. (Coll. 
Exh.) 4th & 5th Sts. & Avs. G & H. 
Hersey Mfg. Co., Boston, Mass. Water 
Meters. 2nd St. & Av. H. Pacific Coast 
Branch, 461 Market St., S. F., J. W. Blair, 
Mgr. 
Hill Pump Valve Co., Chicago, 111. Patent 
Feed Pump Valves. 5th St., bet. Avs. F&G. 
Hoppes Mfg. Co. of Springfield, O. Water 
Heaters. 5th St., bet. F&G. Feed Water 
Heaters, V-Notch Recorders, Separators, 
Oil Eliminators. 
Hyde, Henry C. Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Marine Engines. 4th St., bet. Avs. E & F. 
Marine Engines, Speedway; Water Tube 
Boilers, Seabury; Marine Engines, Water- 
man Two-Cycle; Uni-Electric, Gasoline- 
Electric Lighting System; Oil Engines, 
Diesel Type; Marine Engines, Holmes; 
Marine Engines, Peerless. 



Industrial Instrument Co., The, Foxboro, Mass. 
Recording & Testing Instruments. 3rd St. 
& Av. C2. « , ^ 

Krogh Mfg. Co., San Francisco, Cal. Pumps. 
3rd St., Av. H & I. Centrifugal pumps, 
turbine pumps, slime pumps. 

Lagonda Mfg. Co., Springfield, O. Boiler 
Fittings. 2nd St. & Av. G2. Tube Cleaners, 
Water Strainers, Automatic Steam Stop 
and Chuck Valves. Chas. C. Moore & Co., 
Engineers, Gen. Pacific Coast Agts. 

Locomotive Superheater Co., New York, N. Y. 
Marine Superheaters. 3rd St. & Av. H. 

Lunkenheimer Co., The, Cincinnati, O. En- 
gineering Appliances. 1st St. & Av. G2, 
Boiler mountings and equipment, whistles, 
lubricators; oiling devices, oil cups, grease 
cups, injectors. 

Mcintosh & Seymour, Corp., Auburn, N. Y. 
Engines. 3rd St. & Av. F. Diesel Oil 
Engines, Steam Engines. Chas. C. Moore 
Co., Engineers, Gen. Pacific Coast Agts. 

MacLeod Co., The, Cincinnati, O. Oil Burn- 
ers. 1st St. & Av. I. 

Marland, W. J., Oakland, Cal. Thermostats. 
(Coll. Exh.) 1st St. & Av. D. 

Mine Safety Appliance Co., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Pressure and Recording Gauges. Mln, Pal. 
"The Mine." 

National Meter Co., New York, N. Y. Water 
Meters. 1st St. & Av. H. 

National Tube Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Tubes, 
Pipes and Fittings. Min. Pal., Av. D. 

Nelson Valve Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Valves. 
1st & Av. A. 

Neptune Meter Co., New York, New York. 
Water Meters. 1st St. & Av, C2. 

Olsen Testing Machine, Tinius, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Dvnamometers and Machines. 3rd St. 
& Av. *E. 

Pacific Tank & Pipe Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Feed Water Tanks, etc. 6th St. bet, Av. 
A & B. 

Pelton Water Wheel Company, The, San 
Francisco, Cal., and New York. 4th & 5th 
Sts. Av. F. Water Wheels, Centrifugal 
Pumps, Recording Instruments. 

Pennsylvania Flexible Metallic Tubing Co., 
Philadelphia, Pa. Flexible Metallic Tubing. 
5th St. & Av. F. 

Pratt & Cady Co., Inc., Hartford, Conn. 
Boiler Valves. (In Service.) 

Ray Manufacturing Co., W. S., San Francis- 
co, Cal. Oil-Burning Systems. 5th St. 
& Av. G2. 

Schaeflfer & Budenberg Mfg. Co., The, Brook- 
13m, N. Y. Indicating & Recording Tacho- 
meter. 4th & 5th Sts. & Av. F. 

"S. C." Regulator Co., Fostoria Ohio. 5th 
St. bet. F&G. Feed Water Regulator. 

Simonds Machinery Co., San Francisco Cal. 
Feed Pumps. (Collective Exhibit.) 1st & 
2nd Sts. & Av. E. 

Smith & Watson Iron Works, The, Portland, 
Ore. Oil Burning Equipment. 4th & 5th 
Sts., Av. 0*2. 

Weber Subterranean Pump Co., New York, 
N. Y. Air Lift Pumps. Mch Pal., Block 
23 South. 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 
Pittsburg, Pa. Steam Turbine & Auxiliar- 
ies. 4th St. bet. Avs. E & F, 2nd & 4th 
Sts., Avs. C & C2. Governor, valve gear, lu- 
bricating apparatus and other accessories on 
turbine. Small turbine (in United States 
Government Oil Well Exhibit). Condensing 
apparatus, including pump, pump turbine 
and accessories. 

Westinghouse Machine Co., East Pittsburg, 
Pa. Steam Turbines; Steam Condenser & 
Auxiliaries. 3rd & 4th Sts., Avs. & C2. 

Worthington, Henry R., New York, New 
York. Power Pumi>s. (In Service.) Hor. 
Pal. 



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Yarnall-Waring Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Steam 

Valves. 1st St. & Av. D. 
Young, C. J., Iron Works, Seattle Wash. 

Machinery 4th & 5th Sts. bet. Avs. C & C2. 

INTERNAL COMBUSTION MOTORS 

Armstrong, L. D., San Francisco, Cal. Inter- 
nal Combustion Engines. (Collective Ex- 
hibit.) 5th St. cor. Av. E. 
Bessemer Gas Engine Co., The, Grove City, 
Pa. Internal Cor. ])ustion Engines. 4th St., 
Avs. D & E. 
Buffalo Gasolene Motor Co., San Francisco, 
Cal. Internal Combustion Engines. 5th 
St. & Av. F. 
Busch-Sulzer Bros. Diesel Engine Co., St. 
Louis, Mo. Internal Combustion Engines. 
3rcl St., Avs. D & E. 
California State Collective Exhibit. Inter- 
nal Combustion Engines. 4th St. & Av. F. 
Doak Gas Engine Co., Oakland, Cal. Internal 

Combustion Engines. 4th St. & Av. F. 
Fulton Manufacturing Co., Erie, Pa. Internal 

Combustion Engines. 4th St. & Av. F. 
Gas Engine & Power Co. & Chas. L. Sea- 
bury, Con., Morris Heights, N. Y. Internal 
Combustion Engines. (Collective Exhibit.) 
4th St., 5th St. & Avs. G & H. 
Harron, Rickard & McCone, San Francisco, 
Cal. Internal combustion engines. (Collec- 
tive Exhibit.) 4th & 5th Sts. & Avs. G & H. 
Holmes Motor Co., Inc., The, Boston Mass. 
Internal Combustion Engines. 4th St., Avs. 
E & F. 

GROUP 86 
Hyde Co., Henry C, San Francisco Cal. In- 
ternal Cjjmbustion Engines. (Collective 
Exhibit.) 4th St., Avs. F & E. 
Imperial Gas Engine Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Internal Combustion Engines. 4th St. & 
Av. E. Marine gas engines. 1, 2, 3, 4 & 
6 cylinder engines. Whistles and acces- 
sories. New style reversing gear. Factory 
located in San Francisco. 
Interrational Harvester Company of America, 
Chicago, U. S. A. Internal Combustion 
Engines. Apparatus and systems for sup- 
plying fuel for internal combustion mo- 
tors. Agr. Pal. 4th St., bet. Avs. B & C. 
Eewanee Private Utilities Co., Kewanee, 111. 
Gasolene Storage Svstem. 1st and 2nd Sts. 
& Av. E. 
Loew- Victor Engine Co., Chicago, 111. Inter- 
nal Combustion Engines. 4th St. & Av. F. 
Lunkenheimer Co., The, Cincinnati, Ohio. Gas 

Engine Accessories. 1st St. & Av. G2. 
Mcintosh & Seymour Corporation, Auburn, 
N. Y. Internal Combustion Engines. 3rd 
St. & Av. F. 
Mietz, August, New York, New York. Inter- 
nal Combustion Engines. 4th St. & Av. D. 
New London Ship & Engine Co., Groton, 
Conn. Internal Combustion Engines. 4th 
& 5th Sts. & Av. E. 
Peerless Marine Motor Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 
Internal Combustion Engines. 4th St., Avs. 
E & F. 
Standard Gas Engine Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Internal Combustion Engines. 1st & 2nd 
Sts., Avs. E * F. 
Venn-Severin Co., Chicago, 111. Internal 
Combustion Motors. 4th St., bet. Avs. F 
& G. 
Waterman Marine Motor Co., Detroit, Mich. 
Internal Combustion Engines. 4th St., 
Avs. E & F. 
Western Gas Engine Corporation, Los An- 
geles. Cal. Gas Engines. Av. G., 1st & 
2nd Sts. Gas, distillate and oil engines, 
portable and stationary; and mining hoists. 



GROUP 87 
HYDRAULIC MOTORS 

Pelton Water Wheel Co., The, San Francis- 
co, Cal. Water Wheels. 4th & 5th Sts., 
Av. F. 

GROUP 88 
MISCELLANEOUS MOTORS 
Campbell, Allen G., San Diego, Cal. Sun 
Motor. 

GROUP 89 
GENERAL MACHINERY AND 
ACCESSORIES 
Advance Pump & Compressor Co., Battle 
Creek, Mich. Steam and Power Pumps. 
5th St., cor. Av. D. , _.. _ 

Albricht Excavator Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Ex- 
cavating Machinery. 4th & 5th Sts. & Av. 
I. Parrott & Company, San Francisco, 
Cal., Representative. See ad on froint 

Aldrich' Pump Co., The, AUentown, Pa. 5th 

St., bet. Avs. F & G. Power Pumps. ^ 

American Cast Iron Pipe Co., Birmingham, 
Ala. Pipe. 2nd St. & Av. H. Pacific 
Coast Branch, 461 Market St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. J. W. Blair, Manager 
American Clutch Co., Amesbury, Mass. 5th 
St., cor. Av. G. Friction Clutches, Pulleys 
and accessories. . . ^ «^ •» ..i 

American Hoist & Derrick Co., St. Paul, 
Minn. .5th St., bet. Avs. F & G. Steam 
Hoists. _ _, , 

American La France Fire Engine Co., Elmira, 
N. Y. (In Service.) Motor Fire-flghting 
Apparatus. . , , ^, ti 

American Pulley Co., The, Philadelphia, Pa. 
4th St. & Av. I. Wrought Steel Belt ^ 
Pullers and accessories. 
American Steam Pump Co., Battle Creek, 
Mich. Pumps. 1st St. & Av. E. Boiler 
feed pumps and centrifugal pumps, vacuum 
air compressors. California, Simonds Ma- 
chinery Co. „, . ^ 
American Well Works, The, Aurora, 111. Ist 

St., Avs. G & G2. Power Pumps 
Armstrong, L. D., San Francisco, Cal. 5th 
St., cor. Av. B. (Collective Exhib^it.) 
Power Pumps and Air Compressors. 
Bacon Co., Edward R., San Francisco, Cal. 
4th & 5th Sts., Avs. C & C2. (Collective 
Exhibit.) Excavating Machinery. 
Baker-Hansen Manufacturing Co., East Oak- 
land, Cal. 4th St., Avs. E & F. Air Com- 
pressors. , « , -., 
Ee^ger & Carter Co., San Francisco, Cal. 5th 
St. & Av. I. Collective Exhibit. Hydraulic 
Press for Extracting Oils and Juices. 
Bessemer Gas Engine Co., Grove City, P». 
Gas & Oil Engines. 4th St. & Avs. D & E. 
Bond Foundrv & Machine Co., Manheim, 
Lancaster Co., Pa. 4th St. & Av. I. 
Power Transmitting Machinery and acces- 
sories. 
B.^nd Company, Chas., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Manufacturers. 4th St. & Av. I. Leather 
Beltine. ^ ^ ^ 
Bristol Company, The, Waterbury, Conn. 2nd 

St. & Av. D. Belt liacings and Rivets. 
Brown Portable Elevator Co., Chicago, 111. 
4th St. & Av. H. Conveying and Elevating 
Machinerv. 
Caradian Bond Hanger & Coupling Co., Ltd., 
Alexandria. Ont. Power Transmitting Ma- 
chinerv. 3rd St. & Av. I. 
Chain Belt Co.. Milwaukee, Wis. 3rd St., 
bet. Avs. H & I. Chain Belting, Elevator 
Buckets. 
ChJsholm & Moore Mfg. Co., The, Cleveland, 
Ohio. 1st St. & Ave. I, Chain Hoists & 
Trolleys, Traveling Cranes. Berger & Car- 
ter Co., San Francisco, Agents. 



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DEPARTMENT OF MACHINERY 



Clyde Iron Works, Duluth, U. S. A. Manu- 
facturers. 5th St. & Av. H. Hoisting 
Machinery, Excavating Machinery. Log- 
ging Machinery. Represented by Parrott & 
Co., San Francisco. See ad on front cover 
of catalog. 

Cowan Truck Company, Holyoke, Mass. 
Trucks. Cor. .3rd St. & Av. H. Special 
trucks for handling heavy weights. Stock 
handling system for factory, warehouse, 
railway and wholesalers. 

Crane Company, Chicago, 111. 2nd & 3rd 
Sts., Avs. D & E. Valves, Fittings and 
Water Handling Appliances. 

Cumberland Steel Co., Cumberland, Md. 3rd 
St., bet. Avs. H & I. Ground Shafting. 

Cyclops Iron Works, San Francisco, Cal. 
Overhead Traveling Cranes. In Service. 

Dodge Mfg. Co., Mishawaka, Ind. 5th St. 
& Av. H. Conveying Machinery, Oscillat- 
ing Conveyors. Vibrating screens, Zim- 
mer conveyors, flexible coupling. Solid 
Safety friction clutch. Transmission rope 
drive. Power transmission appliances. 
Herron. Riekard & McC'one, representa- 
tives, San Francisco. 

Down, S. G., San Francisco, Cal. 3rd St. 
Avs. C2 and D. Collective Exhibit. Air 
Compressors and accessories. 

Economy Engineering Company, Chicago, 111. 
Av. H, bet. 3rd and 4th Sts. Hoisting 
Machinery, Portable Elevators, Warehouse 
Equipment, Steel Barrel Racks, Barrel 
Storage System. 805 Monadnock Building, 
San Francisco office. 

Electrene Company, The, New York, N. Y. 
(In Service.) Fire Extinguishers. 

Falk Company, The, Milwaukee, Wis. 4th St. 
& Av. F. Power Transmitting Gears. 

Field Force Pump Co., Elmira, N. Y. Hor- 
Palace, Av. A and 2nd St. Pumps and 
Pressure Filters. 

Flory Manufacturing Company, Bangor, Pa. 
4th St. & Av. D. Hoisting Engines. 

Fuller & Co., W. P., San Francisco, Cal. Min. 
Pa., Av. C & ord St. Lubricating Oils. 

Gas Engine & Power Co. & Chas. L. Sea- 
bury, Con., Morris Heights, N. Y. 4th St 
& Avs. E & F. 

General Electric Co., Shenectady, N. Y. Bat- 
tery Truck Cranes. (In Service.) Fabroil 
Transmission Gears (Mfr. Pal) 

Goodrich Rubber Co., B. F., Akron, Ohio. 
Hor. Pal. 1st St., bet. Avs. C & D, Sani- 
tary Belting for Canning Factories. 

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio. 
Air Drill Suction Hose. The Mine. 

Graton & Knight Mfg. Co., Worcester, Mass. 
Manufacturers. 2nd St. & Av. H. Flat, 
round and "V" leather belting, leather 
packings and gaskets. 

Harron, Riekard & McCone, San Francisco, 
Cal. 4th St., 5th St. & Avs. G & H. Col- 
lective Exhibit. Hoists, Pumps. 

Haslett Warehouse Company, San Francisco, 
Cal. 4th St. & Av. I. Package Chute. 
Parrott & Co.. San Francisco, Cal., Rep- 
resentatives. See ad on front cover 

Hersey Manufacturing Co., So. Boston, Mass. 
Water Meters. 2nd St. and Av. H. Pacific 
Coast Branch, 461 Market St., San Fran- 
cisco. J. W. Blair, Mgr. 

Hill Publishing Co., New York, N. Y. Ist 
St bet. Avs. C & C2. Electric Mechani- 
cal Periodicals. 

Hyde Company., Henry C. San Francisco, 
Cal. 4th St., Avs. E & F. Collective Ex- 
hibit. Gasolene Electric Lighting Systems. 

Hydraulic Press Mfg. Co., The. Mt. Oilead. 
Ohio. 2nd St., Avs. H & I. Power Pumps 
and Valves. 

Ideal Stencil Machine Co., Bellevillo, 111. 5th 
St. & Av. E. D. P. Mannion, Div. Sales 
Mgr., 417 Market St., San Francisco. 



International Acheson Graphite Co., Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 3rd & 4th Sts. & Av. G2. 
Lubricants. 

International Harvester Company of Ameri- 
ca, Chicago, U. S. A. Agr. Pal., 4th St. 
bet. Avs. B & C. Apparatus for Lifting 
and Handling Water, etc. 

Joyce-Cridland Co., Dasrton, Ohio. 4th St. 
bet. Avs. F & G. Lifting Jacks. 

Kewanee Private Utilities Company, Kewa- 
nee. 111. 1st & 2nd Sts. & Av. E. Water 
Supply for Country Homes. 

Keystone Driller Company, Beaver Falls, Pa. 
Pumps. 4th St., bet. Avs. F & G. Deep- 
well Pumps. 

Krogh Manufacturing Company, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Pumps. 3rd St., Avs. H & I. 
Centrifusal and Turbine Pumps. 

Lagonda Mfg. Co., The, Springfield, Ohio. 
2nd St. & Av. G2. Water Strainers and 
Water-handling Appliances. 

Layne & Bowler Corporation^ Los Angeles, 
Cal. Pumps. 2nd St. & Av. G2. Power 
pumps, deep-well pumps. 

Link Belt Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Chain 
Drives. 2nd & .3rd Sts., Avs. H & I. 
Link belt, silent chains, chain drives. 

Lucey Co., J. F., Pittsburg, Pa. Pumps. 5th 
St. & Av. F. Power pumps and deep-well 
pumps. 

Luitwieler Pumping Engine Co., Rochester, 
N. Y. Pumps. 1st and 2nd Sts. & Av. E. 
Deep-well pumps. Los Angeles Luitwieler 
Pumping Eng. Co., ; San Francisco, Simonds 
Machinery Co. 

LurkcT^heimer Co., The, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Lubricators. 1st St. & Av. G2. Oiling de- 
vices: oil cnps, grease cups. 

McGraw Publishing Co., Inc., New York, N. 
Y. Publications. 2nd St. & Av. C. Techni- 
cal periodicals. 

Macleod Co., The, Cincinnati, Ohio. 5th St. 
& Av. I. Sand Blast Machines. 

Marland, W. J., Oakland, Cal. Valves. 1st 
St. ^ Av. D. Collective Exhibit. Water 
valves. 

Meese & Gottfried Co., San Francisco, Cal 
2nd !k 3rd Sts., Avs. H & I. Collectivt 
Exhibit. Conveying and Elevating Ma- 
chinery, etc. 

MiTinesota Manufacturers Association, N. St. 
Paul, Mi"P. 4th & 5th Sts. & Ave. H. 
Convevip<r Machinery. 

Muffglev Wheel Corporation, New York, N. 
Y. ^th St. ^ Av. I. Differential Wheels. 

Natior'al P'-aVe & Electric Company, Mil- 
waukee. Wis. Railway Equipment. 3rd 
St.. Avs. C2 & D. Air compressors and 
accessories. 

National Meter Co., New York, N. Y. Water 
Meters. 1st St. ft Av. H. For measuring 
water, oils and various kinds of liquids. 
1^1 New Montgomery St.. San Francisco, 
r*al. 411 South Main St., Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

National Tube Company, Pittsbnrg, Pa. Min. 
Pal.. Avenue D. Tubing, Pipes and Fit- 
tiners. 

Nentune Meter Co., New York. N. Y. Tri- 
<1er.f. Wate- Meters. 1st St. & Av. C2. 

New LondoTi Shin & Engine Company, Groton, 
C-^nn. 4th & 5th Sts. & Av. E. Air com- 
pressors. 

Owen Bucket Co., The, Cleveland, O. 4th St. 
& Av. I. Excavating machinery. 

Pacific Tank *; Pine Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Min. Pal.. 6th St., bet. Avs. A & B. Water 
tanks. Dining and accessories. 

Parrott & Co.. San Francisco. Cal. 4th & 5th 
Sts. & Av. I. Coll. exhibit hoisting engines. 

Pawling & Hamlschfeger Co., Milwaukee, 
Wis. 4th & 5th Sts. & Av. C2. Excavating 
machinery and accessories. 



DEPARTMENT OF MACHINERY 



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Pelton Water Wheel Co., The, S. F., Cal. 4th 

& 5th Sts. & Av. F. Coll, exhibit high-pres- 
sure pumps, centrifugal pumps. 

Pittsburgh-Des Moines Steel Co., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 5th St. & Av. E. Tanks and water- 
handling appliances. 

Plant Rubber & Supply Co., San Francisco, 
Cal. 5th St., nr. Av. F. Asbestos. 

Pnumercator Co., New York, N. Y. 1st St. 
& Av. C2. Water tank indicator. 

Pyrene Mfg. Co., New York, N. Y. 5th St. 
& Av. D. Fire extinguishers, parts and fit- 
tings. 

Redwood Manufacturers' Company, San Fran- 
cisc\ Farm equipment. 5th St. & Av. D. 
15,000-gallon "Remco" redwood tank in op- 
eration. '"Remco'' machine-banded red- 
wood .stave pipe in operation. Miniature 
"Remco'' redwood tank and tower. Sec- 
tions of "Remco" pipe, machine-banded 
and continuous stave. 

Reeves Pulley Co., Columbus, Ind. 3rd St., 
bet. Avs. H & I. Variable speed transmis- 
sion device. 

Robinson & Son Co., The, Wm. C, Baltimore, 
Md. Oils, 5th St, & Av. E, Robsoco lubri- 
cants, Autoline and Greoil, the oils and 
greases that "lubricate more and outlast 
others"; fifteen branches, distributors 
everywhere. Pacific Coast distributing of- 
fice, 417 Market street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Saginaw Manufacturing Co., Saginaw, Mich. 
3rd St., bet. Avs. H & I. Wood split pul- 
leys. 

Sangamo Electric Co., Springfield, 111. 2nd St. 
& Av. C2. Small electric lighting units. 

Schieren Co., Chas. A., New York, N. Y. 2nd 
St. & Av. G. Leather belting and acces- 
sories. 

Searles, Mailler, San Francisco, Cal. 3rd St. 
& Av. H. Coll. exhibit hoisting and con- 
veying machinery. 

Shepard Electric Crane & Hoist Co., Montour 
Falls, N. Y. 2nd St. & Av. I. Electric 
cranes and hoists. Berger & Carter Co., San 
Francisco agents. 

Simonds Machinery Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
1st & 2nd Sts. & Av, E. Coll. exhibit. 
Pumps and air compressors. 

Smith Manufacturing Co., The A. P., East 
Orange, N. J. 2nd St. & Av, G2. Tapping 
machines, valves, fittings. 

Standard Gas Engine Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
1st & 2nd Sts., Avs. E & F. Hoisting en- 
gines. 

Standard Oil Company, San Francisco, Cal. 
Lubricants. 3rd St. & Avs. E & P. Lubri- 
cating oil for automobiles, air compressors, 
axles, ammonia, compressors, cream separa- 
tors, gas engines, engines and machinery 
harness, harvesters, marine steam cylinders, 
turbines ; lubricating greases for engines 
and machinery, automobile axles, lathes, 
planers, shapers, electric machinery. See 
general exhibit in Block 28, Palace of Mines 
and Metallurgy. 

Standard Pressed Steel Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
3rd St., bet. Avs. H & I. Steel shaft hang- 
ers and set collars. 

Standard Woven Fabric Co., Framingham, 
Mass. 3rd & 4th Sts. & Av. G2. Woven 
belting and friction brake lining. 

Star Drilling Machine Co., Akron, Ohio. 2nd 
St., Avs. F & G. Deep well pumps. 

Technical Publishing Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Main West Entrance. Electrical publica- 
tions. 

Union Oil Company of California, S. F. Pro- 
ducers and refiners petroleum. 2nd St. & 
Av. G2. Exhibiting also in Mines Palace. 
Crude petroleum, mineral fuel, residuum oil 
fuel, fuel oil for stoves and furnaces, fuel 
for Bisel engines, fuel for gas engines, oil 



for making gas, oil for heating orchards, 
oil for spraying trees, illuminating oils, kero- 
sene, etc., lubricating oils for machines, lub- 
ricating oils for engines, floor oil, mineral 
turpentine, lubricating greases, lubricating 
oils for steam engine cylinders, lubricating 
oils for gas engine cylinders. 

Union Special Machine Company, of Chicago. 
Sewing machines. 2nd St, & Av. Ga. 
Double needle, flat-bed sewing machine for 
felling; double needle, side-wheel sewing 
machine for felling; double needle, flat-bed 
sewing machine connected to pulling ma- 
chine for attaching bib to bib-overalls. Over- 
edging trimming machine for finishing poc- 
kets; single needle, right-hand cylinder sew- 
ing machine for hemming bottom of leg of 
overalls. Various other styles in operation, 
but not described. Branch office for Pacific 
Coast, 682 Mission St., San Francisco, CaL 

United Pump & Power Company, Milwaukee, 
Wis. Pumps, 3rd St,, bet, Avs, 02 & D. 
Pneumatic water pumping and distributing 
system, 

Weber Subterranean Pump Co., New York, N. 
Y. 1st St, & Av, 0*2, Subterranean pumps. 

Westinghouse Air Brake Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Air brakes. 3rd St.. Avs, 02 & D. Air com- 
pressors and accessories. 

Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 4th St., bet. Avs. E & F, 2nd & 4th 
Sts., Avs. & 02, Transmission gears, 
heat insulating material, 

Westinghouse Pacific Coast Brake Co,, San 
Francisco, Cal. 3rd St., Avs, C2 & D. Air 
compressors and accessories, air brakes 

Westinghouse Traction Brake Co., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Air brakes, 3rd St., Avs. C2 & D. Air 
compressors and accessories. 

Wood, R. D. & Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pipe. South Entrance, Cast iron water 
pipe, hydrants, valves, fittings, valve indi- 
cator posts with photos of pumping machin- 
ery, hydraulic tools, gas producers, gas 
holders and centrifugal pumps, 

Yarnall-Waring Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
1st St, & Av, D. Water valves. 

Young Iron Works, C. J., Seattle, Wash. 4th 
St. & Av. 02. Clam-shell excavator bucket. 

GROUP 90 

TOOLS FOR SHAPING WOOD AND 

METALS 

Acme Machinery Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 

5th St., bet. Avs, G & H, Bolt and rivet- 
making machinery. 

Almond Manufacturing Co., T. R., Ashburn- 
ham, Mass. 3rd & 4th Sts. & Av. G2, Drill 
chucks. 

American Tool Works Co., The, Cincinnati, O. 
.3rd & 4th Sts. & Av. G2. Lathes. 

Ams Machine Company, The, Max, Mt. Ver- 
non, N. Y. 1st St., Avs. H & I. Can-mak- 
ing and sheet metal working machinery. 
Berger & Carter Co., San Francisco agents. 

Andrew & Company, Jno. Hy., Ltd., Sheffield, 
Eng. 4th St., bet. Avs. G & G2. Drill steel, 
tool steel, wire drawing dies. 

Armstrong Bros. Tool Co., Chicago, 111. 4th 
St. & Av. G2. Lather and planer tools, 
drills. 

Atkins & Company, E. C, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Mfr. Pal., 5th St., bet. Avs. O & D. Cir- 
cular saws for cutting metal, band saws. 

Aurora Tool Works, The, Aurora, Ind. 4th St., 
bet, Avs. G & G2. Drill presses, 

Bailey & Blendinger, Woburn, Mass. 3rd & 
4th Sts, & Av, G2. Machine knives. 

Beach Manufacturing Co., Montrose, Pa. 5th 
St. & Av. G. Light sewing machines (wood- 
working). 

Berger & Carter Company, San Francisco, Cal. 
5th St. & Av. I. Collective exhibit sheet 
metal shaping presses. 



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:pii8S, E. W. & Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Sheet 
metal machinery. 3rd St., Avs. F & G. Sheet 
metal working machinery, power presses for 
cutting, forming and embossing sheet metal 
goods. 

Builders' Iron Foundry, Providence, R. I. 
4th St. & Av. G2. Grinding and polishing 
machinery. 

Carborundum Co., The, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
4th St. & Av. H. Grinding materials. 

C. H. & E. Mfg. Co., Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. 
5th St., bet. Avs. H & I. Portable wood- 
sawing machines. 

Cincinnati Electrical Tool Company, Cincin- 
nati, O. 3rd & 4th Sts., Av. G2. Electric 
driven tools. 

Cincinnati Iron & Steel Co., Cincinnati, O. 5th 
St., bet. Avs. G & H. Lathes. 

Crescent Machine Co., The, Leetonia, O. 4th 
St., bet. Avs. C & D. Wood working ma- 
chinery. 

Dannemora Steel Works, Sheffield, England. 
3rd & 4th Sts. & Av. G2. Tool steels. 

Detroit Twist Drill Co., Detroit, Mich. Tools. 
St.. & Av. Twist drills, taper, straight, 
square, shanks, reamers, hand taper pin, 
carbon and high-speed twist drills. 

Disston & Sons, Inc., Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Mfr. Pal., Av. C, cor. 6th St. Files and 
metal-cutting saws. „ „ „ , 

Doig, Estate of W. S.. Brooklyn, N. Y. 3rd 
& 4th Sts. & Av. G. Box nailing machines. 

Dreis & Krump Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. 3rd 
St. & Av. G2. Sheet metal working ma- 
chinery. 

General Electric Company, Schenectady, N. Y. 
Mfr. Pal. Electric drills and grinding ma- 
chines. _ 

Germantown Tool Works, Philadelphia, Pa. 
V. I. Pal., Av. A & 2nd St. Machinists 
hammers. 

Gilro Machine Company, Oakland, Cal. 4th St. 
& Av. I. Power punch presses. 

Gould & Eberhardt, Newark, N. J. 3rd & 4th 
Sts. & Av. G2. Shapers and gear cutters. 

Grant Mfg. & Machine Co., Bridgeport, Conn. 
5th St., bet. Avs. G & H. Riveting ma- 
chines. 

Grinder Mfg. Co., The Luther, Milwaukee, 
Wis. 2nd St. & Av. I. Tool grinders. 

Hanchett Swage Works, Big Rapids, Mich. 
3rd St. & Av. B. Power wood saws and 
saw fitting machinery. 

Harron, Rickard & McCone, San Francisco, 
Cal. 4th & 5th Sts., Avs. G & H. Collective 
exhibit iron and wood-working machinery. 

Henderson- Willis Company, St. Louis, Mo. 2nd 
St. & Av. F. Oxy-acetylene equipment. 

Horton & Son Co., The E., Windsor Locks, 
Conn. 3rd & 4th Sts., Av. G2. Lathe and 
drill chucks. 

Hydraulic Press Mfg. Co., The, Mt. Gilead, O. 
2nd St., Avs. H & I. Hydraulic presses, 
pumps, valves. Berger & Carter Co., San 
Francisco agents. 

International Harvester Company of America, 
Chicago, U. S. A. Agr. Pal., 4th St., bet. 
Avs. B & C. Special machinery for grind- 
ing and shaping metals, etc. 

Jahnke Welding & Mfg. Co., San Francisco, 
Cal. South Entrance. Oxy-acetylene equip- 
ment. 

Eempsmith Mfg. Co., The, Milwaukee, Wis. 
3rd & 4th Sts. & Av. G2. Milling machines. 

Keystone Drill".- Company, Beaver Falls, Pa. 
Drilling machines. 4th St., bet. Avs. F & G. 
Drilling machines, portable, for water, oil 
and mineral prospecting; power pumps and 
equipment. 

Lagonda Mfg. Co., The, Springfield, Ohio^ 
2nd St. & Av. G2. Valve seating machines 
and die cutters. 



Lambie Steel Form Company, New York, N. Y. 

Builders' materials. 1st St. & Av. D. Lam- 
bie's interchangeable steel forms for con- 
crete houses and buildings, basic patents 
all over the world. One complete story at 
one case. 299 Broadway, New York office. 

Landis Tool Company, Waynesboro, Pa. 4th 
St. & Av. G2. Grinding and boring ma- 
chines. 

Lea-Countensy Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. 
5th St., bet. Avs. G & H. Cold steel saws. 

Leaver Manufacturing Co., The, Oakland, Cal. 
4th St. & Av. I. Lumber cut-off saws. 

MacLeod Co., The, Cincinnati, OMd. Av. L & 
1st St. Heaters, burners, and oxy-acety- 
lene equipment. 

Marland, W. J., Oakland, Cal. 1st St. & Av. 
D. Collective exhibit pipe fitters' tools. 

Mitts & Merrill, Saginaw, Mich. 3rd & 4th 
Sts., Av. G2. Key seating machines. 

Morton Manufacturing Co., Muskegon Heights, 
Mich. 4th St., Av. G. Machine tools. 

Niagara Machine & Tool Works, Buffalo, N.Y. 
3rd St. & Av. G2. Sheet metal working 
tools and machinery. 

Ohlen & Sons Saw Mfg. Co., J., Columbus, O. 
4th St. & Av. G2. Pipe cutting and thread- 
ing machines. 

Pacific Tank & Pipe Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Min. Pal., 6th St., bet. Avs. A & B. Spe- 
cial lathes. 

Parker Machine Works, Riverside, Cal. 5th 
St. & Av. C. Box-nailing machinery. 

Parrott & Co., San Francisco, Cal. 4th & 5th 
Sts. & Av. I Collective exhibit portable 
wood-sawing machinery. 

Quality Saw & Tool Works, Chicago, 111. 3rd 
& 4th Sts. & Av. G2. Hack saws. 

Reed Manufacturing Co., Erie, Pa. Mfrs. 
1st St. & Av. D. Bench vises, pipe vises, 
stocks and dies, pipe cutters. 

Rockford Machine Tool Co., Rockford, 111. 3rd 
& 4th Sts. & Av. G2. Drill presses. 

Schleuter, M. L., Chicago, 111. 3rd St., bet. 
Avs. B & C. Floor surfacing machines. 

Simonds Manufacturing Company, Fitchburg, 
Mass. Mfr. Pal., 6th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 
saws, metal cutting. 

Smith Mfg. Co., The A. P., East Orange, N.J. 
Supplies. 2nd St. & Av. G2. Tapping ma- 
chines, fittings and supplies for water 
works; machines for making connections to 
mains under pressure ; machines for insert- 
ing cocks ; machines for inserting valves 
under pressure ; machines for testing meters, 
all sizes; machines for cutting pipe, no 
waste; machines to locate underground pipe; 
hydrants for warm and cold climates; hy- 
drants for high-pressure service; hydrants 
for filling sprinkling carts; fittings for use 
with tapping machines ; furnaces for melting 
lead with kerosene; valves for all kinds of 
service ; removable cast iron plugs ; corpora- 
tion cocks for all machines; curb cocks, all 
kinds and styles ; brass goods for water and 
gas works. 

Smith & Mills Co., The, Cincinnati, O. Ma- 
chine tools. 4th St. & Av. G2. Machine 
tools, shaping machines. See exhibit in- 
stalled in Block 61, in Palace of Machinery. 

Spear & Son, Co., Aldean, Boston, Mass. 3rd 
& 4th Sts. & Av. G2. Grinding and abrasive 
materials. 

Standard Underground Cable Company, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 3rd St. & Av. D. Wire braiding 
machines. 

Stockbridge Machine Co., Worcester, Mass. 
4th St. & Av. G2. Machine tools. 

Summer Iron Works, Everett, Wash. 3rd & 
4th Sts., Avs. A & B. Shingle mill machin- 
ery. 

Superior Corundum Wheel Co., Waltham, 
Mass. 3rd & 4th Sts., Av. G2. Grinding 
and abrasive materials. 



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Temco Electric Motor Co., The, Leipsic, O. 

1st St. & Av. I. Electric-driven tools, buf- 
fers, grinders. Berger & Carter Co., San 

Francisco representative. 
UKion Caliper Co., Orange, Mass. 3rd & 4tli 

Sts. & Av. G2. Mechanics' hand tools. 
U. S. Electrical Tool Co., The, Cincinnati, O. 

4th St. & Av. G2. Electric hand drills and 

grinders. 
U. S. Steel Corporation, Pittsburg, Pa. Min. 

Pal., Av. D. Collective exhibit tool steels. 
Ward & Son, Fred, San Francisco, Cal. 3rd 

and 4th Sts. & Av. G2. Collective exhibit. 
Warner & Swasey Company, The, Cleveland,©. 

3rd St. & Av. G. Machine tools, special 

lathes. 
Waterbury Farrel Foundry & Machine Co., 

The, Waterbury, Conn. 2nd St. & Av. E. 

Drop-forging machinery. 
Watson-Stillman Co., The, New York, N. Y. 

V. I. Pal., Av. A & 2nd St. Hydraulic 

packing. 
Western Tool & Mfg. Co., The, Springfield, O. 

4th St. & Av. H. Machine shop accessories. 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Axle bearings. 4th St., bet. 

Avs. E & F. 2nd St. & 4th St., Avs. C & 

C2. Electric welding display; small motors 

with attachments ; small motors with chucks ; 

carborundum wheels, buffing wheels, brush 

wheels; pulleys, tool rests. 
Williams & Co., J. H., Brooklyn, N. Y. 2nd 

St. & Av. E. Drop-forged tools. 
Williams Tool Company, Erie, Pa. 5th St., 

bet. Avs. G & H. Pipe-threading machines. 

ELECTRICAL GROUPS 

GROUP 91 

COMMUTATING APPARATUS 

Berger & Carter Co., San Francisco, Cal. Com- 
mutating motors (collective exhibit). 5th 
St. & Av. I. 

Century Electric Co., St. Louis, Mo. Com- 
mutating motors. 1st St. & Av. C. 

Electro-Dynamic Co., Bayonne, N. J. Direct- 
current motors. 4th & 5th Sts. & Av. E. 

General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. Di- 
rect-current generator, etc. 4th St. & Av. F. 

Shepard Electric Crane & Hoist Co., Montour 
Falls, N. Y. Commutating motors. 2nd St. 
& Av. I. 

Temco Electric Motor Co., The, Leipsic, O. 
Small motors. 1st St. & Av. I. 

Western Electric Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Electric generators. 1st & 2nd Sts., Avs. 
E. & F. 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 
Pittsburg, Pa. Trns. Pal., 4th St., bet. Avs. 
E. & F; 2nd & 4th Sts., Avs. C & C2. Di- 
rect-current interpole generator (in Busch 
Sulzer-Diesel Engine Company's exhibit) ; 
D. C. generator (in U. S. Govt. Oil- Well ex- 
hibit ; motor generator sets ; direct and al- 
ternating current commutating type; rail- 
way motors ; pressed steel frame railway 
motor; direct and alternating current com- 
mutating type motors. 

GROUP 92 
SYNCHRONOUS APPARATUS 

General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. 

Synchronous motors. Mfr. Pal. 
Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co., Pittsburg, 

Pa. Synchronous generators, etc. 4th St., 

bet. Avs. E & F; 2nd & 4th Sts., Avs. 

C & C2. 

GROUP 93 

STATIONARY INDUCTION APPARATUS 

General Electric Company, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Transformers and transformer vault. Mfr. 

Pal. 



Moloney Electric Co., St. Louis, Mo. Trans- 
formers. 1st St. & Av. C. Subway trans- 
formers; potential transformers; current 
transformers; variable voltage transformers; 
sign lamp transformers. 

Pacific Electric Manufacturing Co., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Electric switches. 1st St. & Av. 
C. Indoor oil brake switches ; outdoor oil 
brake switches ; poletop air brake switches ; 
isolating links; current breakers; remote 
control switches ; outdoor sub-stations. 

Sangamo Electric Co., Springfield, 111. Current 
and potential transformers and resistance 
ducts. 

Thordarson Electric Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. 
Special transformers. 1st & 2nd Sts. & Av.D. 

Western Transformer Co., East Oakland, Cal. 
Electric transformers. 2nd St., bet. Avs. 
& C2. 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Transformers. 4th St., bet. 
Avs. E & F; 2nd & 4th Sts, Avs. C & C2. 
Transformers and auto-transformers; poten- 
tial and constant current regulators; auto- 
starters. 

GROUP 94 

ROTARY INDUCTION APPARATUS 

Century Electric Co., St. Louis, Mo. Induction 
motors. 1st St. & Av. C. 

Denver Engineering Works, The, Denver, Colo. 
Induction Motors. Min. Pal., "The Mine." 

General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. In- 
duction motors. Mfr. Pal. 

Neuland Electric Co., San Francisco, Cal. Elec- 
tric generators. 1st St., bet. Avs. C2 and D. 

Robbins & Myers Co., The, Springfield, Ohio. 
Induction motors. 2nd St. & Av. C2. 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 
Pittsburg, Pa. Induction motors. 4th St. 
bet. Avs. E & F; 2nd & 4th Sts., Avs. C & 
C2. Induction motors of various types; in- 
duction motor driving turntable. 

GROUP 96 
RECTIFYING APPARATUS 

General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. Mer- 
cury arc and vibratory rectifiers. Mfr. Pal. 

Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co., Pittsburg, 
Pa. Mercury rectifiers. 4th St., bet. Avs. 
E & F; 2nd & 4th Sts., Avs. C & C2. Mer- 
curv rectifiers (arc and vibrating). 

GROUP 97 
LUMINOUS APPARATUS (Sources of Light) 

Central Telephone & Electric Co., St. Louis, 

Mo. Electric hand lanterns. 1st St. & Av.D. 
General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. 

Searchlight projectors. (In service.) 
Generjil Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. 

Arc and incandescent lamps, etc. Mfr. Pal. 
Hanovia Chemical & Mfg. Co., Newark, N. J. 

Electric lamps. 1st St. & Av. D. 
International Acheson Graphite Co., Niagara 

Falls, N. Y. Graphite electrodes. 3rd & 4th 

Sts., Av. G2. 
Inter-State Electric Novelty Co., New York, 

N. Y. Electric lamps. Av. A & 2nd St, 
Marland, W. J., Oakland, Cal. Electric hand 

lanterns. (Collective exhibit.) 1st St. & 

Av. D. 
Mohrlite Co., San Francisco, Cal. Electric 

lamps and lighting system. 1st St., bet. Avs. 

C & C2. 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 

Pittsburg, Pa. Lamps. 4th St., bet. Avs. E 

& F; 2nd & 4th Sts.. Avs. C & C2. Arc 

lamps, Mazda lamps. 
WestinghoTjise Lamp Co., Bloomfield, N. J. Av. 

C & 2nd ^t. Mazda lamps. 



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GROUP 98 
MEASURING, INDICATING AND RECORD- 

ING APPARATUS 
(Not including Instruments for Pure Science 

and Researcli Work.) . 

Bristol Co., The, Waterbury, Conn. Electric 
indicating and recording instruments, ^ntt 

General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. Volt 
meters, ammeters, watt meters, portable and 

InliS'Sstrumenfco., THe, Foxboro,Ma.». 

Electric indicating and recording instru- 
ments. .3rd St. & Av. C2 ^ „ .• 
Marland, W. J., Oakland, Cal. Collective ex- 
hibit. Flow meters and ammeters. 1st St. 

Pignollt, Louis M., New ■yo^^ A ^•t^^^'*'' 
meters and ammeters, fst bt. & Av. JU. 

Sangamo Electric Co., Springfield, 111. Electric 
measuring and recording instruments. JnU 

Smith Manufacturing Co., The A. P., East 
Orange, N. J. Electric pipe locating ma- 
chines. 2nd St. & Av. G2. 

Thordarson Electric Mfg.Co.,Chicago, 111. Elec- 
tric measuring and recording apparatus. 1st 
& 2nd Sts. & Av. D. , ^ ^ . «« 

Westinghouse Electric & Manuiacturing Co., 
Pittsburg, Pa. Switchboard instruments. 4th 
St., Avs. E & F; 2nd & 4th Sts., Avs. C & 
C2' Instruments for switchboard use; in- 
struments apart from switchboards; portable 
instruments; laboratory instruments. 

GROUP 99 

APPARATUS FOR PROTECTION OF E^C- 
TRIC APPARATUS AND FOR CONTROL 
AND DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRIC 
ENERGY, OTHER THAN RAILWAY 
MATERIAL. 

American Bridge Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Steel 
tower and poles. Min. Pal., Av. D. 

American Pulley Co., The, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Steel reels and spools. 4th St. & Av. I. 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Co., Pittsburg, 
Pa. Sheet metals for electric uses, Av. D, 
Min. Pal. ^, 

American Steel & Wire Co., Chicago, 111. 
Electric wire and cables. Min. Pal.. Av. D. 

Baruch Electric Controller Corporation, San 
Francisco, Cal. Electric circuit breakers 
and thermo relays. Av. C & 1st St. 

Bowie Switch Co., The, San Francisco, Cal. 
Electric switches and accessories. 2nd St., 
bet. Avs. C & 02. 

Diamond Expansion Bolt Co., New York, N. Y. 
Electric line material. Cor. Av. C & 8th St. 

D. & W. Fuse Co., Providence, R. I. Electric 
fuses. Av. A & 2nd St. 

Economy Fuse & Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Elec- 
tric fuses. 1st St. & Av. D. 

Electric Products Co., Cleveland, O. Battery 
charging apparatus. 5th St. & Av. C2. 

General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. 
Switchboards, oil switches, circuit breakers 
(Mfr. Pal.); lightning arresters, industrial 
electric control device (Trans. Pal.) 

Germantown Tool Works, Philadelphia, Pa. 
, Lineman's axes. Av. A & 2nd St. 

Gest, G. M., Ltd., Conduit Engineer and Con- 
' tractor, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver 
(Head office, Power Bldg., Montreal). 3rd 
St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

Gest, G. M., Conduit Engineer and Contractor. 
3rd St., bet. Avs. C & D. New York, Cin- 
cinnati, San Francisco. Executive ofifices, 
Wbolworth Bldg., New York. 

Gest, Guion M., New York, N. Y. Underground 
electric conduit systems. 3rd St., bet. Avs. 
C & D. 

Moloney Electric Co., St. Louis, Mo. Sign 
lamp transformers. 1st St. & Av. 0. 



Pacific Electric Mfg. Co., San Francisco, Cal. 

Electric switches, circuit breakers, etc. 1st 
St. & Av. C. 

Standard Underground Cable Co., Pittsburg, 
Pa., and Associate Canadian Company of 
Hamilton, Ont. Wires and cables. Cor. Av. 
D. & 3rd St. Electric wires and cables, 
bare and insulated; cable terminals; junction 
boxes; jointing materials, etc.; cables in 
various stages of manufacture, from rough 
copper ingot or bar to finished product. Cop- 
per wire bars used as posts, and large bare- 
copper cable as railing of space enclosure. 
Two braiding machines in operation weav- 
ing cotton insulating braid on conductors. 
Samples of early types of cables made 25 
years ago. Cable terminals used in Panama 
Canal Zone. Cables and junction boxes in- 
stalled in underground conduits and man- 
holes. In the booth of G. M. Gest, adjoin- 
ing that of the Standard Underground Cable 
Co., there is shown an actual installation 
of these cable accessories in power, trans- 
former and telephone manholes. 

Temco Electric Motor Co., The, Leipsic, O. 
Portable electric buffers, grinders, small 
motors. Berger & Carter Co., San Francisco 
agents. 

Thomas & Sons Co., R., East Liverpool, Ohio. 
High and low tension insulators, etc. 1st 
St. & Av. C2. 

Trumbull Electric Mfg. Co., Plainville, Conn. 
Electric insulation material. Av. A & 2nd St. 

U. S. Light & Heating Co., Niagara Falls,N.Y. 
1st St., cor. Av. D, Mach. Pal. U. S. L. 
electric starter and lighter for automobiles; 
U. S. L. electric home lighting plants; U. 
S. L. storage batteries for all purposes. See 
Sangamo Electric Co.'s exhibit of U. S. L. 
lighting equipment for railroad cars. 

U. S. Steel Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. Elec- 
tric line material. Av. D. 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 
Pittsburg, Pa. Switchboards, etc. 4th St., 
Avs. E & F; 2nd & 4th Sts. Avs. C & C2. 
Complete switchboards; switchboard (in 
Busch-Diesel Engine Co.'s exhibit) ; lightning 
arresters and accessories; devices for open- 
ing and closing circuits ; fuses, fuse holders, 
insulated wire, etc. ; glue pots, blow torches, 
soldering materials, treated cloth, etc. 

GROUP 100 

ELECTRO-CHEMICAL APPARATUS 

Edison Storage Battery Co., East Orange, N. J. 

Storage batteries. 1st St. & Av. D. 
Electric Products Co., Cleveland, O. Storage 

batteries. 5th St. & Av. C2. 
Inter- State Electric Novelty Co., New York, N. 

Y. Flashlight batteries. Av. A & 2nd St. 



OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION OF EXHIBITS 
U. S. GOVERNMENT EXHIBITS 
Department of the Navy. 
Department of War. 
Department of the Treasury: 

Revenue Cutter Service. 
Department of Agriculture: 

Office of Public Roads. 
Department of Commerce: 

Bureau of Lighthouses. 
Motion Picture Exhibit. 

These exhibits located in northwest part of 
Machinery Palace. 

Foreign Section 

SWEDEN 

The exhibits of Sweden, classified in this 
Department, are installed in the Swedish 
Building, Avenue of Nations. 



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San Francisco, 1915 



Official Catalogue of 
Exhibitors 



Panama -Pacific International Exposition 

San Francisco, California, J9J5 

CHARLES C, MOORE 

President 



Director -in -Chief 
FREDERICK J. V« SKIFF 

Division of Exhibits 

ASHER CARTER BAKER, Director 

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TRANSPORTATION 

BLYTHE H. HENDERSON. Chief 



Preliminary Edition 



Published for the Division of Exhibits by 

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PREFACE 



By Asher Carter Baker, Director of Exhibits 



A modern, universal exposition is an encyclopedia of man*s words and 
works. It is a collection of the achievements and productivity of man for exam- 
ination by the International Jury of Awards, and constitutes a compact, classified, 
indexed compendium of man*s activity in all phases, extending to the most material 
as well as to the most refined products. It is estimated that a million objects are 
exposed in the various displays installed within the palaces, in foreign, state and 
special pavilions. To properly classify, group and arrange alphabetically all the 
exhibits of an exposition of such international scope, is a task of such magnitude 
as to make it impossible to provide a complete catalogue of these exhibits on 
opening day of the Exposition. 

This edition of the official catalogue is therefore presented preliminary to 
the revised and complete catalogue which will be issued within a few weeks, and 
to the preparation of which, in realization of its extraordinary value as a document 
of general and commercial reference, special care is being given. 

The present volume, however, capably serves the purpose for which it is 
designed, as an early index of the infinite variety of interesting exhibits which 
are the concrete evidences of the industrial, educational and artistic advancement 
of the world. 

Acknowledgment is hereby offered of the excellent co-operation received in 
the compilation of this catalogue from the Commissioners-General of participating 
nations, officers of State Commissions, individual exhibitors, and more particularly, 
the various officers of the Division of Exhibits, and the Official Catalogue Com- 
pany, publishers of the catalogue. 



TRANSPORTATION 



Official Catalogue 
Department G 



CLASSIFICATION OF EXHIBITS 



Carriages, Wheelwright's Work, Automobiles 
and Cycles. 

Saddlery, Harness. 

Railways. 

Material Equipment used in the Mercantile Marine. 

Material Equipment of Naval Service; Naval and 
Military Ordnance; Aerial Navigation. 

Dirigibles. 

Spherical Balloons. 

Military Ballooning. 

Aeroplanes. 

Gases. 

Motors. 

Literature. 



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INTRODUCTION 



Department of Transportation 

By 

BLYTHE H. HENDERSON, 
Chief. 

With the first step of man, transportation had its birth. Through countless 
ages the conquest of the world has continued and will continue as long as human 
activity is extant. Transportation has made possible every human endeavor and 
conquest, for without this vital energy, development would cease. Man's desire 
to see and penetrate the unknown is the key to success. Transportation is 
symbolical of this key which opens the treasure chest of knowledge. 

Chicago, Paris and St, Louis have told the story of past progress and to a 
certain extent have foretold some of the developments to come. The Panama- 
Pacific International Exposition deals with the advance and improvements accom- 
plished during the decade 1905-1915. 

Transportation on land, on water and under water and through the air 
have today reached a point which might appear to be the acme of perfection. 
Notwithstanding the great achievements to date, the master minds of today are 
solving yet more difficult problems and these solutions when reached will make 
not only probable, but possible, greater advances in the future. The transporta- 
tionist of today can well say "the world is mine"; but the transportationist of 
tomorrow will say "the universe is mine." 

In the Palace of Transportation there will be shown motive power for land 
transportation, both steam and electric. Rolling stock that is used for passenger 
and freight traffic; construction material and methods used under the best prac- 
tice; expeditious handling of mail and express; safety devices; routes of travel; 
pictures, views and spectacular presentations of world renowned points of interest. 

Marine travel is fully illustrated through models of ships; photographs, full 
size sections of modern merchant vessels; charts and other methods. In Machinery 
Palace, yet having a place in this department, are the latest types of marine 
engines and motor boat appliances. Oversea travel, both domestic and foreign, 
are shown. 

The automobile, which is the flexible unit of transportation and which is a 
great factor in the development of the country, is seen in all the varied types and 
body styles known to the motoring world. The exhibits of limousines, Berlin 
and Sedan types of closed cars and the numerous open car designs are given an 
artistic setting within a rose garden and amid beautiful pictured scenes of rustic, 
wooded, lake, river and mountain beauty spots in graceful profusion. The motor 
truck interests are placed in a handsomely appointed structure, built especially 
for their needs. 

The exhibits typify every phase of development in modes of modern trans- 
portation and faithfully record the marvelous advances thus made in recent years. 



HOW TO LOCATE AN EXHIBIT 

The Palace of Transportation is laid out in blocks, which are 
consecutively numbered from 1 to 30, inclusive, as shown on the 
floor plan. The aisles are designated as streets (First to Eighth) 
running north to south, and as avenues (A to F) from east to west. 
In addition are the Court of Honor Boulevard, in the southwest por- 
tion of the building, and the Lincoln Highway, Trail of the Sunset 
and the Midway, streets running north to south in the Automobile 
Section, and the Mid Continent Highway, from east to west in the 
same section. To locate an exhibitor refer to the names, alphabeti- 
cally arranged under the exhibit group to which each belongs in the 
official classification, and note the aisle locations following each 
name. Street and Avenue signs are erected at their intersections on 
the corners of all blocks. 

All Exhibits entered in this catalogue are located in the Palace 
of Transportation unless otherwise indicated after the entry. The 
following are abbreviations used in this catalogue to designate other 
Exhibit Palaces : 

Fine Arts Palace Fn. A. Pal. 

Education Palace.. Ed. Pal. 

Liberal Arts Palace Lb. A. Pal. 

Manufactures Palace Mfr. Pal. 

Varied Industries Palace V. I. Pal. 

Machinery Palace Mch. Pal. 

Transportation Palace Trns. Pal. 

Agriculture Palace Agr. Pal. 

Food Products Palace Fd. Pr. Pal. 

Live Stock Palace Lv. St. Pal. 

Horticulture Palace Hor. Pal. 

Mines and Metallurgy Palace Min. Pal. 



DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 



DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 



Official Classification of 



Exhibits 



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Class 
Class 
Class 
Class 
Class 
Class 



Class 519, 



Class 520. 



Glass 
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522. 



DEPARTMENT 
GROUP 101 
CARRIAGES AND WHEELWRIGHTS' WORK, AUTOMOBILES AND CYCLES 

513. Pleasure carriages and sleighs, sedan chairs. 

Public carriages; ambulances; hearses; carriages for invalids and infants. 

Carts and wagons for all purposes ; trucks and drays, farm wagons and carts. 

Vehicles driven by mechanical motors; motorcycles; automobiles. 

Bicycles. Velocipedes. 

Detached parts, material and inventions pertaining to carriage building, wheel- 
wrights' work, automobiles or cyfcles. 
GROUP 102 
SADDLERY AND HARNESS 

Equipment for horses and other animals, attached to carriages, mounted, or in the 
stable. Harness for pleasure carriages, saddles, bridles; harness for public 
service or for draught. Parts of harness, materials and inventions pertaining 
to saddlery and harness making. Military equipment. 
GROUP 103 
RAILWAYS 

Way and structures of railways. Means and methods of construction; grading; 
ballast, ties, rails and other track materials ; grades and change of alignment ; 
bank protection; removal of and protection from snow, ice and sand; tunnels; 
bridges; trestles; culverts; crossings; fences, cattle guards and signs; signals 
and interlocking plants; telegraph and telephone plants as applied to railways; 
buildings, fixtures and grounds; docks and wharves; roadway tools and supplies; 
steam shovels, wrecking derricks and other work equipment. (See also Class 
466.) 

Railway equipment. Steam and electric locomotives; passenger-train cars; freight- 
train cars; electric equipment of cars; building and repair shop equipment. 
Locomotive cranes. 

Railway traffic. Handling of passengers, ticket offices, tickets, baggage handling; 
industrial, immigration and colonization bureaus. Handling of freight, tariffs, 
way-bills, means of weighing; fast freight traffic methods. Literature, lectures, 
photographic work, advertising, and other methods of promoting traffic. 

Railway transportation. Time tables ; methods of despatching trains ; operation 
of depots, stations and freight houses; weighing and car-service associations; 
operation of stock yards, grain elevators, coal and ore docks ; operation of 
yards and engine houses, fuel and water supply; lubricants; operation of trains, 
including trainmen's signals; cleaning, heating, lighting, ventilating, icing and 
watering, refrigeration and pre-cooling of cars; drawbridge operation; operation 
of floating equipment; express and special service; loss of and damage to freight, 
baggage, property, or stock on right of way; methods for preventing injuries to 
persons and insuring safety. Apparatus and methods of testing the power and 
efficiency of locomotives and other railway equipment. 

Street railways. Urban and interurban railways for freight or passenger traffic; 
elevated and subway railways ; rack, cable, mono-rail and aerial railways ; equip- 
ment for these, including track and equipment, motive power, rolling stock, and 
equipment and methods employed in their operation. 

Special methods of transportation, similar to railways. Transportation of ships 
over railways. Trackless trolley lines. Moving platforms. Scenic and gravity 
railways for amusement parks. 

General. Bibliography, statistics, history, special maps and drawings, and various 
publications relative to railways. Joint track, detour, and other agreements. 
Organization, law, insurance, hospitals, club houses, libraries, railroad Y, M. C. 
A., relief department, pensions, with reference to railways. 
GROUP 104 
MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT USED IN THE MERCANTILE MARINE 
Class 527. Raw material and material specially used in the construction and fitting out of 

ships and boats. 
Class 528. Special tools and implements used in ship-building yards. 

Class 529. Drawings and models of all kinds of vessels or boats for navigating seas and 
rivers. Illustrations showing the arrangement of such vessels or boats. Draw- 
ings and models of tugs and tow boats. Launches and small craft propelled by 
machinery, by wind, or by oars. 
Class 530. Motive power for vessels and boats (drawings, model and specimens.) Boilers, 
water heaters, filters for feed water; engines, condensers, propellers, machinery 
axixiliary to main engines, pump s. governors, indicators of speed and direction, 
engine counters, and other machinery specifically for the propulsion of vessels. 
Arrangement for the prevention of fires in holds, storerooms and passages. (See 
Class 462.) 



Class 523 



Class 524 



Class 
Class 



525 



526 



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Olass 539 



Olass 540 



Class 541. 
€lass 542. 



Class 531, Marine equipment: winches, tackle blocks, chains, anchors, hawsers, cables, etc. 
Steering apparatus, order transmitters, machinery for working sails, ship's 
lights and signals, fresh water evaporators and condensers, apparatus for light- 
ing, heating, supplying air and ventilation. Special apparatus for the generation 
and use of electricity, refrigerating apparatus, special instruments for determin- 
ing position and time, flags, furniture, etc. Equipment for loading and unload- 
ing merchandise. (See also Class 467.) 

Class 532. Light houses and equipment; buoys, beacons, ranges and other aids to navigation. 
Application of electric lighting to navigation. 

Class 533. Pleasure craft; yachts, steam, sail or power boats, row boats, out-riggers, skiffs, 
etc., and their accessories (drawings, models and specimens). 

Class 534. Submarine navigation. 

Class 535. Equipment for saving of lives and vessels at sea, boats, line carriers, lines, tra- 
versers, safety belts and jackets, etc. Humane societies. Spreading of oil upon 
the sea. Equipment for raising wreckage, and for submarine operations for 
saving sunken material. 

Class 536. Swimming: apparatus and equipment for swimmers or swimming instruction. 

Class 537. Statistics, special charts and publications relative to navigation for commerce or 
for pleasure. 

GROUP 105 

Class 538. Models, or copies thereof, of early English, Spanish and French vessels; pictures, 
documents and original items illustrating their voyages, 

GROUP 106 
MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT OF NAVAL SERVICES; NAVAL AND MILITARY 

ORDNANCE 

Models, designs, drawings, descriptions, specifications, photographs, paintings, of 
warships and public vessels of special character. 

Material used in the construction and fitting out of ships-of-war and public craft; 
deck and engine-room outfits ; signal gear ; naval furniture ; electrical equipment 
installed with reference to battle conditions; safety appliances. 

Motive power for government vessels. 

Marine and military arms and ormaments, ordnance, and their equipments; tele- 
scopic sights, range finders, shop plotters, etc. ; torpedoes, fixed dirigible, and 
automobile; naval signals. 

AERIAL NAVIGATION 
GROUP 107 
DIRIGIBLES 

Class 543. Construction: fabrics, cars, dirigibles, war cruisers and touring cruisers, anchors, 
grapnels, valves, netting, screw-propellers, etc. 

GROUP 108 
SPHERICAL BALLOONS 

Class 544. Construction: fabrics (cotton or silk, rubberized); cars; netting cordage, balloons 
for the study of the atmosphere and for making scientific observations of air 
currents, clouds, temperature at great heights, optical phenomena, etc. 

Class 545. Statoscopes, thermometers, anemometers, tachometers, recording barometers. 

GROUP 109 
MILITARY BALLOONING 

Class 546. Militai*y balloons, captive and free, and their accessories; winding drums; trans- 
port wagons ; apparatus for inflation ; scientific instruments, etc. 

GROUP 110 
AEROPLANES 
Class 547. Monoplanes ; biplanes ; triplanes ; military aeroplanes ; frames ; parachutes. Screw 
propellers, aeroplane carriages, speedometers, steering wheels, reservoirs, cables, 
compasses, buffers, stabilizers, rigging screws, clothing for aviators; toys, kites, 
etc. 
Class 548. Hydro-aeroplanes. 

GROUP 111 
GASES 
Class 549. Generation and preservation of hydrogen and other light gases for balloon use, 

GROUP 112 
MOTORS 

Class 550. Motors for dirigibles and aeroplanes; carbureters; magnetos, etc. 

GROUP 113 
LITERATURE 

Class 551. Drawings, maps of journeys; diagrams; photographs, etc. 



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TRANSPORTATION 

GROUP 101 

(Carriages and Wheelwrights' Work, Auto 

mobiles and Cycles.) 

American Taximeter Co., New York, N. Y, 

Accessories. Av. F, bet. 5th & 6th Sts. 

Apple Electric Co., Newark, N. J. Accessories 
Av. E, bet. 7th & 8th Sts. 

Arlington Company, The, Arlington, N. J, 
Accessories. V. I. Pal. Av. B. cor.^ 8rd 
St. Harness mounting: martingale rings 
transparent Pyralin sheeting for automobile 
trade. 

Atterbury Motor Car Co.. Buffalo, N. Y, 
Automobiles. 8th St., bet. Avs. B & C. 

Bac^n Co., Edw. R., San Francisco, Cal 
Dump wagons. Av. O, bet. 4th & 5th Sts 
Mch. Pal. 

Bowser & Co., San Francisco, Cal., and Fort 
Wayne, Ind. Oil equipment. South 8th St, 

Braunsdorf-Mueller Co., Elizabeth, N. J. Ac 
cessories. Mfr. Pal. Av. A, cor. 2nd St 

Briscoe Motor Co., Inc., Jackson, Mich. Au 
tomobiles. 7th St., bet. Avs. A & B. 

Bristol Co., The, Waterbury, Conn. Acces 
sories. 2nd St., cor. Av. D. Mch. Pal. 

Buick Motor Co., Flint, Mich. Automobiles 
Trail of Sunset. 

Cadillac Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich. Au 
tomobiles. Trail of Sunset. 

Chalmers Motor Company, Detroit, Mich 
Automobiles. Lincoln Highway. "Sixes" 
exclusively. All the essential parts of 
Chalmers cars are built completely in the 
great Chalmers plant by over 4,000 men 
trained in the Chalmers principle of "Qua- 
lity First." Chalmers quality is a thing 
made definite by Chalmers methods of 
manufacture and the Chalmers rigid inspec- 
tion of the materials used. And because 
Chalmers "Sixes" are built right, are 
right weight, properly balanced, and of the 
finest materials, they give longer and more 
continuous service at lowest cost. They are 
the most economical cars to run because 
they "stay put." Chalmers "Sixes" have 
superior smoothness, flexibility, silence and 
and an unusual amount of reserve power 
San Francisco Office, 1400 Van Ness Av. 

Cook Railway Signal Co., Denver, Colo. Ac 
cessories. Av. F, bet. 6th & 7th Sts. 

Cowan Truck Company, Holyoke, Mass, 
Trucks. Mch. Pal. Cor. 3rd St. & Av. H 
Stock handling system for factory, ware 
house, railway and wholesalers. 

Davis Sewing Machine Co., Dayton, O. Mo 
torcycles. Trans. Pal. Av. F, cor. 6th St, 
Bicycles; Dayton, motorcycles; fire appara 
tus, Dayton. 785-787 Mission St., San 
Francisco. 

Dusenberry & Co., Louis, New York, N. Y 
Accessories. Av. F, bet. 6th & 7th Sts. 

Edison, Thos. A., East Orange, N. J. Acces 
sories. Trans. Pal. North Sth St. 

Electric Products Co., Cleveland, O. Acces 
sories. Tracks 11 & 12. 

Excelsior Motor Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Mo 
torcycles. Av. F, West of 7th St. 

Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Mich. Auto 
mobiles. Cor. Av. A & 7th St. 

Fryer Company, Chas. H., Providence, R. I 
Accessories. 3rd St., Av. E & 4th St., V. I 
Pal. 

General Motors Co., Detroit. Automobiles 
South Sth St. 



General Motor Truck Co., Detroit, Mich. 

Motor trucks. 1st St., bet. Avs. B & C. Mtr. 
Trs. 

Harley-Davidson Motor Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Motorcycles. Av. F, cor. 7th St. 

Harron, Rlckard &; McCone, San Francisco, 
Cal. Collective Exhibit. 4th & 5th Sts., 
Avs. G & H. Mch. Pal. 

Hendee Manufacturing Co., Springfield, Mass. 
Motorcycles and accessories. Av. E, cor. 
7th St. Motorcycles, Indian; sidecars, 
motorcycles for both commercial and pleas- 
ure uses. 

Hudson Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich. Auto- 
mobiles. Sth St., cor. Av. A. 

Hupp Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich. Auto- 
mobiles. Av. B. bet. 7th & 8th Sts. A 
sight that will be familiar to most of the 
visitors to this building is the Hupmobile, 
which is on exhibition here. The "Car of 
the American Family," as it is known all 
over the United States, is in daily service 
in almost every city, town and village. _ It 
is liked everywhere — especially by its 
owners — and has a reputation for satis- 
faction, because it is one of the most 
economical, reliable and durable of Ameri- 
can motor cars. 

Industrial Instrument Co., Foxboro, Mass. 
Accessories. 3rd St., cor. Av. C2. Mch. 
Pal. 

International Harvester Company of America, 
Chicago, XJ. S. A. Agr. Pal. 4th St.. bet. 
Avs. B & C. Carts, wagons, trucks, drays, 
motor trucks. 

Interstate Electric Novelty Co., New York, N. ^ 
Y. Accessories. Av. A, cor. 2nd St. V. 
I. Pal. 

Jeffery Company. The Thos. B., Kenosha, 
Wis. Automobiles. Av. C. cor. 7th St. 

Klssell Motor Co., Hartford, Wis. Auto- 
mobiles. 7th St., bet. Avs. A & B. 

Locomobile Co. of America, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Automobiles. Av. D, bet. 6th & 7th Sts. 

Lunkenheimer Co., The, Cincinnati. Acces- 
sories. 1st St., cor. Av. G2. Mch. Pal. 

Maxwell Motor Sales Corp., Detroit, Mich. 
Automobiles. Av. B, cor. Midway. 

McQuay-Norris Co., St. Louis, Mo. Acces- 
sories. Av. F, cor. 7th St. 

Metz. Co., Waltham, Mass. Automobiles. S. Sth 
St. 

Mitchell Motor Car Co., Racine. Wis. Auto- 
mobiles. 5th St., bet. Avs. A & B. 

Moline Automobile Co., East Moline, 111. 
Automobiles. 7th St., cor. Av. B. 

Motometer Co.. New York, N. Y. Accessories. 
Av. F, bet. 5th & 6th Sts. 

National Carbon Co., Cleveland, O. Acces- 
sories. 8th St., cor. Av. C. 

Oakland Motor Car Co., Pontiac, Mich. Au- 
tomobiles. Av. B, cor. 7th St. 

Ohio Electric Car Co., Toledo, O. Auto- 
mobiles. Av. E, cor. 7th St. 

Olds Motor Works, Lansing, Mich. Auto- 
mobiles. Cor. Av. B & 7th St. 

Packard Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich. Auto- 
mobiles. Av. C, bet. 5th & 7th Sts. 

Paige-Detroit Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich. 
Automobiles. Lincoln Highway. 

Pathfinder Motor Car Mfg. Co., Indianapolis, 
Ind. Automobiles. Av. C, bet. 7th & Sth 
Sts. 

Poyer Co., D. F., Menominee, Mich. Motor 
Trucks. Cor. Av. A & 7th St. Manufac- 
turers of the "Menominee." 



DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 



Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Automobiles. Av. C, bet. 7th & 8th Sts. 

Beo Motor Car Co., Lansing, Mich. Auto- 
mobiles. 7th St., bet. Avs. B & C. 

Sangamo Electric Co., Springfield, 111. Ac- 
cessories. 2nd St.. cor. Av. C2. Meh. Pal. 

Saxon Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich. Auto- 
mobiles. I^incoln Highway. 

Schrader's Son Co., Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Accessories. Lib. Arts Pal. .'ird St., cor. 
Av. C. 

Standard Underground Cable Co., Pittsburg, 
Pa. Accessories. .3rd St., cor. Av. D. Mch. 
Pal. 

Standard Woven Fabric Co., Framingham, 
Mass. Accessories. Av. G2, bet. .3rd & 4th 
Sts. Mch. Pal. 

Service Recorder Co., Cleveland, O. Acces- 
sories. Mfr. Pal. Av. A, cor. 2nd St. 

Splltdorf Electrical Co., Newark, N. J. Ac- 
cessories. Av. E, bet. 7th & 8th Sts. 

Standard Oil Company of California, San 
Francisco, Cal. Oils and lubricants. North 
8th St. Gasoline, lubricating greases, lu- 
bricating oils, liouid gloss. See General 
exhibit in Block 28, Mines Palace. 

Sternberg Mfg. Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Auto- 
mobiles. Av. E, bet. 7th & 8th Sts. 

Studebaker Corporation of America, South 
Bend, Ind. Automobiles. East Av. A. 

Sumter Electric Co., Sumter, S. C. Acces- 
sories. Av. E, bet. 7th & 8th Sts. 

Troy Wagon Works, Troy, Ohio. Dump 
wagons.^ Mch. Pal. Av. C, bet. 4th & 5th. 

Universal Caster & Foundry Co., New York, 
N. Y. Accessories. Gth St., bet. Avs. C & 
D. Mfrs. Pal. 

U. S. Light & Heating Co., Niagara Falls, N. 
Y. Accessories. 1st St., cor. Av. D. Mch. 
Pal. 

Watson Wagon Co., Canastota, N. Y. Dump 
wagons. 4th St., cor. Av. D. Mch. Pal. 

Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co., East Pitts- 
burg, Pa. Accessories. Rotunda of build- 
ing. 

White Co., The, Cleveland, O. Automobiles. 
Av. C, bet. 5th & 6th Sts. 

Williams & Co., J. H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Ac- 
cessories. 2nd St., cor. Av. E. Mch. Pal. 

Willys-Overland Co., Toledo, O. Automobiles, 
and motor trucks. Av. B, cor. 5th St. 
Motor cars, Overland : motor delivery cars. 
Overland: Willys-Utility Motor Trucks. 

Winton Motor Car Co., Cleveland, O. Auto- 
mobiles. 5th St., bet. Avs. A & B. 

Wisconsin Mstor Mfg. Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Accessories. Av. F, bet. 6th & 7th Sts. 

TRANSPORTATION 

GROUP 102 
(Saddlery and Harness) 
Singer Sewing Machine Co., New York, N. Y. 
Sewing machines for manufacturing. V. I. 
Bldg. 1st St. & Av. D. 2nd St. & Av. E. 
Harness and saddlery machines; machines 
ior -harness and saddlery stitching. 

GROUP 10.3 
(Railways) 
American Brake Shoe & Foundry Co., Chica- 
go, 111. Railway equipment. West Av. D. 
American Locomotive Co., New York, N. Y. 
Motive power. Tracks 11 & 12. 



American Pulley Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Rail- 
way equipment. 4th St., cor. Av. I. Mch. 
Pal. 

Automatic Transportation Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 
Railway equipment. Tracks 11 & 12. 

Bacon Co., Edw. R., San Francisco, Cal. 
Locomotive crane. Av. C, bet. 4th & 5th 
Sts. Mch. Pal. 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Motive power. Tracks 5 & 6. 

Bliss Co., E. W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Railway 
equipment. 3rd St., bet. Avs. F & G. Mch. 
Pal. 

Brill & Co., J. G., St. Louis, Mo. Railway 
equipment. Av. C, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. 

California Dispatch Line, San Francisco, Cal. 
Wine tank car. Track 4. 20,000,000 gal- 
lons of California wines were transported 
in these cars during the year 1914. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co., Winnipeg, Man. 
Traffic promotion. Pavilion B. 

Copper River & Northwestern Railway, 
Seattle, Wash. Traffic promotion. .3rd St., 
bet. Avs. D & F. 

Denver & Rio Grande R. R. Co., Denver, Colo. 
Collective railroad exhibit. North 1st St. 

Dibble Air Brake Co., Oakland, Cal. Rail- 
way equipment. West Av. A. 

Down, S. G., San Francisco, Cal. Railway 
equipment. 3rd St., bet. Avs. C2 & D. 
Mch. Pal. 

Flannery Bolt Company, Pittsburg, Pa. Rail- 
way equipment. Court of Universe Blvd. 
Samples of all Tate Flexible Stay-Bolts 
for locomotive fireboxes: photographic 
views of installations of Tate Flexible 
Stay-Bolts applied to locomotive fireboxes. 
Adjustable Tate Flexible Crown Stays. 
Tate Flexible Radical Stay-Bolts; Tate 
Flexible Stav-Bolts; Standard Water Space 
Stays. Tools for applying Tate Flexible 
Sta^'-Bolts. Stay-Bolts, flexible for loco- 
motive firebox boilers. 

Galena-Signal Oil Co., Franklin, Pa. Signal 
oils. Cor. Av. F & 5th St. 

General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. 
Motive power. Av. C, cor. 2nd St., Track 
14. 

German American Car Co., Chicago, 111. Tank 
cars. Tracks 3 & 4. 

Gold Car Heating & Lighting Co., New York, 
N. Y. Car equipment. Mch. Pal., 1st St. 
& Av. D. Steam, vapor, combination pres- 
sure and vapor, hot water and electric sys- 
tems; thermostat control for same; cyclone 
and window ventilators. W. J. Marland, 
representative. Palace of Machinery. 

Grand Trunk Railway System, Montreal, Que. 
Traffic Promotion. Pavilion A. 

Great Northern Railway Co., St. Paul, Minn. 
Traffic promotion. Pavilion C. 

Griffin Wheel Co., Tacoma, Wash. Railway 
equipment. Av. D, cor. .3rd St. 

Hale & Kllbourn, Philadelphia, Pa. Car equip- 
ment. Av. F., cor. Entrance 7. 

Hewitt Co.. The, New York, N. Y., Railway 
equipment. Av. A, cor. 1st St. 

Hickey, W. J., Reno, Nev. Railway equip- 
irent. West .\v. A. 

Hupp Automatic Mail Exchange System, 
Washington, D. C. Automatic mail car, 
Track 13. An automatic mechanism ex- 
hibited here in action which attached to 
any mail car, automatically exchanges mail 
in quantity between running train and 
st'ition. Albert Hupp, Inventor and Ex- 
hil)itor, Woodward Bldg., Washington, D. XI 



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International Harvester Company of America, 

Chicago, U. S. A. Agr. Pal. 4th St., bet. 

Avs. B & C. Equipment for construction 

and maintenance of railways. 
Locomotive Superheater Co., New York, N. Y. 

Railway equipment. .3rd St. & Av. H. Mch. 

Pal. 
MacLeod Co., The, Cincinnati, O. Railway 

equipment. Av. I, cor. 1st. Mch. Pal. 
Marland, W. J., Oakland, Cal. Car equipment. 

1st St., cor. Av. D. Mch. Pal. 
McCloud Kiver Railroad Co., San Francisco, 

Cal. Motive power and equipment. Track 2. 
Moreland Motor Truck Co., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Motor trucks. 1st St., bet. Avs. C & D, 

Mfr. Pal. 
National Automatic Train Stop Co., Spokane, 

Wash. Railway equipment. 7th St., cor. 

Av. F. 

National Brake & Electric Co., Milwaukee, 
Wis. Railway equipment. Mch. Pal. 3rd 
St. & Avs. C2 & D. Air compressors; in- 
stalled in Machinery Hall. Block 3.3. 

National Malleable Casting Co., Cleveland, O. 
Railway equipment. Track 4. Couplers — 
Sharon, Tower, Climax, Latrobe for freight, 
passenger and engine service. Cast steel 
coupler yokes. Engine coupler pockets 
with supporting shelf to prevent drooping. 
Uncoupling apparatus. Journal boxes. 
Brake beam fulcrums, adjustable. Hand 
brake mechanism, rail anchors; rail braces; 
car door fasteners; malleable iron washers 
and castings. John H. Jaschka, Sales Agt., 
705 Monadnock Bldg, San Francisco, Cal. 

National Signal Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Railway equipment. West Av. A. 

New York Air Brake Co., New York, N. Y. 
Railway equipment. Av. C. cor. 6th St. 
Electro pneumatic brakes; air and vacuum 
brakes; equipment for urban and inter- 
urban railways. 

Nuttall Company, E. D., San Francisco, Cal. 
Gears. Rotunda of Building. Gears, 
pinions, trolleys. 

Ohio Locomotive Crane Co., Bucyrus, O. 
Railway equipment. Mch. Pal. 4th & 5th 
Sts., bet. Avs. C & C2. See our locomotive 
crane in service on Exposition Grounds. 

Pennsylvania Steel Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Railway equipment. 1st St., South Av. C. 

Pennsylvania System. Educational railroad 
exhibit. Av. C, cor. 5th St. Relief map 
of system; models of New York City show- 
ing Pennsylvania Station one block from 
Broadway. Models of Union Station at 
Washington. The proposed terminal at 
Chicago and Hell Gate Bridge. Motion 
picture theater constructed of two Pennsyl- 
vania standard all steel coaches. Block 
signals of latest design in operation. Illus- 
trated booklet describing this system and 
exhibit under direction of traffic depart- 
ment. The exhibit is in charge of Mr. H. 
T. Wilkins. The Pennsylvania System is 
the standard railroad of America and con- 
sists of the Pennsylvania Railroad^ General 
Office, Philadelphia, Pa. ; The Pennsyl- 
vania Lines, General Office, Pittsburg; and 
affiliated lines. San Francisco Offices, 40 
Powell Street. 

Rail Joint Co., The, New York, N. Y. Rail- 
way equipment. W^est Av. A. 

Railway Motor Car Co., Marion, Ind. Rail- 
way equipment. Tracks 7 & 8. 

Safety Car Heating and Lighting Co., New 
York, N. Y. Car equipment. 1st St., 
cor. Av. D. Mch. Pal. 

Sangamo Electric Co., Springfield, 111. Car 
equipment. 2nd St., cor. Av. C2. Mch, Pal. 



Service Recorder Co., Cleveland, O. Record- 
ing devices. Av. A, cor. 2nd St. Mfrs. 
Pal. 

Southern Pacific Co., San Francisco. Motive^ 
power and equipment. Tracks 1, 3, 8, 9, 10. 

St. Louis Steel Foundry Co., St. Louis, Mo. 
Track work. Mch. Pal. 4th & 5th Sts. & 
Av. I. Parrott & Co., San Francisco, Coast 
Representatives. See Ad on front cover of 
Machinery catalog. 

St. Louis Car Co., St. Louis, Mo. Street 
railway equipment. Track 7. 

Taylor Portable Steel Derrick Co., Chicago, 
111. Railway equipment. Track 7. Loading 
and unloading gondola cars. 

Taylor Wharton I and S., Co., Highbridge, 
N, J. Track work. 3rd St., North of Av. F. 

Union Oil Company of California, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. liubricants. Mch. Pal. 2nd 
St., cor. Av. G2. Lubricating oils for all 
vehicles; fuel oil for power and heat. 

United States Postoffice Department, Wash- 
ington. Steel postoffice car. Track 3. 

Union Switch & Signal Co., The, Swissvale, 
Pa. Railway equipment. Av. C, cor. 5th St. 
Railway signals. 

United States Steel Products Co., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Railroad turntable. Rotunda of 
Building. 

Wells, Fargo & Co., San Francisco, Cal. Ex- 
press service. North 1st St. 

Westinghouse Air Brake Co., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Air brakes. Mch. Pal. Air compressors, 
installed in Machinery Hall, Block 3.3. 

Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co., Pittsburg, 
Pa. Railway equipment ; motive power. 
Rotunda of Building. Electric locomotives c 
(See Pennsylvania R. R. locomotive on 
turntable). Railway motors and control; 
devices of all kinds for both electric loco- 
motives and cars. Pressed steel frame 
motor. Electrical equipment of various 
kinds for urban and interurban railroads. 
Specifications, publications, drawings, rela- 
tive to electric railways, photographs and 
illustrations, blue-prints, wheel lathe motor 
and control. 

Westinghouse Pacific Coast Brake Co., San 
Francisco, Cal. Railwav equipment. Mch. 
Pal. 3rd St., bet. Avs. C2 & D. 

Westinghouse Traction Brake Co., Pittsburg, 
Pa. Air brakes. Mch. Pal. Installed in 
Machinery Palace, Block 33. 

United States Department, Railway Mail Ser- 
vice. Track 3. Standard all steel, fully 
equipped postal car. Railway postal clerks 
will demonstrate how mails are distributed 
on trains during transit between post 
offices. 

Mines Building, Model Postoffice. Here all 
the workings of the service will be shown 
and the postal facilities of the Exposition 
provided. Mail addressed in care of the 
Exposition will be delivered through the 
Model Postoffice or held there subject to 
order. Carriers will deliver and collect 
mail throughout the Exposition grounds. 
Mail boxes will be placed at convenient 
points ; special delivery, registry, parcel 
post, money order and postal savings ser- 
vice will be provided. There will be shown 
an exhibit of United States postage stamps 
of every issue since the adoption by the 
United States of this means of collecting 
postage. All workings of the Model Post- 
office will be carried on in full view of 
visitors. Motion pictures of all phases of 
mail handling operations will be shown in 
the motion picture room of the Mines 
Palace. 



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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 



MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT USED IN 

THE MERCANTILE MARINE 

GROUP 104 

Alaska Steamship Co., Seattle, Wash. Traffic 
promotion. 3rd St., bet. Avs. D & F. 

National Carbon Co. Accessories. 8th St., cor. 
Av. C. Storage and dry batteries ; carbon 
products; flashlights and novelties. 

American-Hawaiian Steamship Co., New York, 
N. Y. Marine travel. Av. C, cor. 1st St. 

Babcock & Wilcox Co., New York. Marine 
equipment. Mch. Pal. Av. G, bet 2nd & 
3rd Sts. 

Brown, A., Elmira, N. Y. Marine equipment. 
Mch. Pal. 

Cowan Truck Co., Holyoke, Mass. Marine 
equipment. Mch. Pal. 3rd St., cor. Av. E. 

Doman Co., H. C, Oshkosh« Wis. Marine 
engines. Mch. Pal. 4th St., bet. Avs. E & P. 

Gordon Propeller Co., The, Cleveland, O. 
Marine equipment. Mch. Pal. 5th St., cor. 
Av. D. Reversible, weedless and feathering 
propellers ; stuffing boxes and struts. 

Hyde, Henry C, Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Marine engines. Mch. Pal. 4th St., bet. 
Avs. E & F. See exhibit of marine engines 
in Block 37, Machinery Hall. 

Holland-American Steamship Co., Rotterdam, 
Holland. Marine travel. 3rd St., cor. Av. C. 

International Mercantile Marine Co., New 
York and San Francisco. Models of ships. 
Av. C, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. American Line, 
Atlantic Transport Line, Leyland Line, Pan- 
ama-Pacific Line, Red Star Line, White Star 
Line, White Star Dominion Line. Office, 
319 Geary St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Imperial Gas Engine Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Marine engines. Mch. Pal. 4th St., cor. 
Av. E. 

Loew-Victor Engine Co., Chicago, 111. Marine 
engines. Mch. Pal. 4th St., cor. Av. F. 

Marine Efficiency Co., New York, N. Y. 
Marine equipment. Mch. Pal. 1st St., cor. 
Av. G2. 

Marland, W. J., Oakland, Cal. Marine equip- 
ment. Mch. Pal. 1st St., cor. Av. D. 

Pacific Coast Steamship Co., San Francisco, 
Cal. Marine travel. Av. F, cor. 5th St. 

Peerless Marine Motor Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 
Marine engines. Mch. Pal. 4th St., bet. 
Avs. E & F. 

Pneumercator Co., New York, N. Y. Marine 
equipment. Mch. Pal. 1st St., cor. Av, C. 

Safety Car Heating and Lighting Co., New 
York, N. Y. Marine equipment. Mch. Pal. 
Ist St., cor. Av. D. 

Shepard Electric Crane &; Hoist Co., Mon- 
tour Falls, N. Y. Marine equipment. Mch. 
Pal. 2nd St., cor. Av. I. 



Standard Gas Engine Co., San Francisco, Cal. 

Marine engines. Mch. Pal. 1st & 2nd Sts. 

Union Oil Company of California, San Fran- 
cisco. Marine equipment. Mch, Pal. 2nd 
St., cor. Av. G2. 

Waterman Marine Boat Co., Detroit, Mich. 
Marine engines. Mch, Pal. 4th St., bet. 
Avs. E & F. 

Western Machinery Mfg. Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Marine engines. Av. F, bet. 6th & 7th Sts. 

Western Motor Mfg, Co,, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Marine engines. Av. F, bet. 6th & 7th Sts. 

Westinghouse Electric &; Mfg. Co., Pittsburg, 
Pa. Marine equipment. Rotunda of Build- 
ing. Motors and control suitable for propel- 
ling boats; electrical apparatus suitable for 
operation on shipboard. Reduction gear, 
electrical apparatus suitable for operation 
on shipboard, Mch. Pal. 

GROUP 106 

MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT OF NAVAL 

SERVICES— NAVAL AND MILITARY 

ORDNANCE 

Bliss Company, E. W., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Marine ordnance. Mch. Pal. 3rd St., bet. 
Avs. F & G. 

Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, 
Conn. Arms and armament. Mch. Pal. 7th 
St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

GROUP 110 

AEROPLANES 

Fowler, Robt. G., San Francisco, Cal. Aero- 
planes. East Av. C. 

GROUP 113 
LITERATURE 

California State Automobile Association, San 
Francisco, Cal. Automobile literature. Cor. 
Av. A & 5th St. 

Cook & Son, Thos., London, England. Travel 
literature. Cor. Av. D & 2nd St. 

Oregon, State of, Salem, Ore. Travel litera- 
ture. 8th St., cor. Av. C. 

Statistics and Immigration, Bureau' of, 
Oljrmpia, Wash. Travel literature. 7th St., 
cor, Av, F, 

Foreign Section 

SWEDEN 

The exhibits of Sweden, classified in this 
Department, are installed in the Swedish 
Building, Avenue of Nations. 



American Hawaiian SteamshipCo. 

"Ijhe Panama Canal Line'' 



OPERATING 2^ STEAMSHIPS 
UNDER THE AMERICAN FLAG 

F xpress p reight gervice 

COAST TO COAST 

INCLUDING 
10,000 TONS REFRIGERATING SPACE 




Tacoma ^KR^^jflg^X^ New York 

Los Angeles \0^ V^^^J^ """^""^ 
San Diego \^AJ\ .^^7 Charleston 



First Class Passenger Service 
WILLIAMS DIMOND & CO. 

General Agents for Pacific Coast 

310 Sansome St. San Francisco 

DEARBORN & LAPHAM 

General Agents 

8 Bridge St. New York 



SEE OUR EXHIBIT IN TRANSPORTATION BUILDING 



AdRlCULlUUE 

^^FOOD PRODUCTS 

OffioialCataloguc^Ediibitois 

PANAMA - PACIFIC 

I NTERNAriONAL|ltPOSinON 

SAN FRAN(mD 1915 

Price 25' 




PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 

SAN FRANCISCO 

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 



July 10 191V 

To Whoa It May Concern:* 

This is to certify thot the Wahlgreen Company, cf which 
lir. G. A* V^hlgreen is the President end Manager, has been given a con* 
tract by the Panama-Pacific International Exposition Conipany authcrixing 
and requiring the Wahlgreen Company to publish the official deily pro- 
greane, official catalogue, official hand-book, official guide and of** 
ficial maps of the Exposition. 




Copyright 

PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 

San Francisco, 1915 



Official Catalogue of 
Exhibitors 



Panama-Pacific International Exposition 

San Francisco, California, 1915 

CHARLES C MOORE 

President 



Directof-in-Chief 
FREDERICK J. V. SKIFF 

Division of Exhibits 

ASHER CARTER BAKER, Director 

Department H 



AGRICULTURE 

T. G. STALLSMITH, Chief 



Preliminary Edition 



Published for the Division of Exhibits by 

The Walgreen Company, Official Publishers 
San Francisco, J9J5 



PREFACE 

By Asher Carter Baker, Director of Exhibits 



A modern, universal exposition is an encyclopedia of man's words and 
works. It is a collection of the achievements and productivity of man for exam- 
ination by the International Jury of Awards, and constitutes a compact, classified, 
indexed compendium of man's activity in all phases, extending to the most material 
as well as to the most refined products. It is estimated that a million objects are 
exposed in the various displays installed within the palaces, in foreign, state and 
special pavilions. To properly classify, group and arrange alphabetically all the 
exhibits of an exposition of such international scope, is a task of such magnitude 
as to make it impossible to provide a complete catalogue of these exhibits on 
opening day of the Exposition. 

This edition of the official catalogue is therefore presented preliminary to 
the revised and complete catalogue which will be issued within a few weeks, and 
to the preparation of which, in realization of its extraordinary value as a document 
of general and commercial reference, special care is being given. 

The present volume, however, capably serves the purpose for which it is 
designed, as an early index of the infinite variety of interesting exhibits which 
are the concrete evidences of the industrial, educational and. artistic advancement 
of the world. 

Acknowledgment is hereby offered of the excellent co-operation received in 
the compilation of this catalogue from the Commissioners-General of participating 
nations, officers of State Commissions, individual exhibitors, and more particularly, 
the various officers of the Division of Exhibits, and the Official Catalogue Com- 
pany, publishers of the catalogue. 




PALACE OF AGRICULTURE 



AGRICULTURE 



Official Catalogue 
Department H 



CLASSIFICATION OF EXHIBITS 



Farm Equipment and Methods of Improving 
Lands. 

Agricultural Implements and Farm Machinery. 

Fertilizers. 

Tobacco. 

Appliances and Methods Used in Agricultural 
Industries. 

Theory of Agriculture and Agricultural Statistics. 

Vegetable Food Products and Agricultural 
Seeds. 

Appliances for Gathering Wild Crops and 
Products Obtained. 

Animal Food Products. 

Inedible Agricultural Products. 

Useful Insects and Their Products, Injurious 
Insects and Plant Diseases. 

Forestry. 

Forest Products. 



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PALACE OF AGRICULTURE 
PANAMA" PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 

o»l~.^ .K-u.B. JO 5AN FRANCISCO U.5.A.1915. c.Oit> Dcci-ee.. 



INTRODUCTION 



Department of Agriculture 

Installation of Exhibits 

Palace of Agriculture, Palace of Food Products, House of Hoo 

Hoo, Redwood Bungalow, Oregon Fir Bungalow, 

Pacific Coast Condensed Milk Company Pavilion. 

By THOMAS G. STALLSMITH 
Chief of Department 

As Agriculture is the most fundamental and varied of the Industries, the 
exhibition of all that pertains to agricultural pursuits and the production of 
food products is planned on a scale of magnitude and diversity that reflects 
its importance and multiform character. 

The exhibits are contained principally in tvv^o Palaces — the Palace of 
Agriculture — embracing a floor area of over seven acres, and the Palace of 
Food Products covering about five and one-fourth acres. All of the exhibits 
are of the most interesting and instructive character. All the features are of 
extreme interest and importance in their bearing on the agricultural systems 
existing in all agricultural countries of the world. 

Modern intensive, scientific agriculture in all branches is shown in com- 
prehensive instructive detail. 

From agriculture comes the products — the foodstuffs — that build the 
temple that enshrines the soul. The reduction of primary agricultural products 
to prepared nourishing foods, under the most scientific and sanitary methods 
is shown instructively, and the possibilities of educational value therefrom are 
incalculable. 

Each Group, numbering twenty- two, and each Class, numbering one 
hundred and sixteen, covering the entire field of primary agriculture, food prod- 
ucts, and forestry, are fully shown. 



HOW TO LOCATE AN EXHIBIT 

The Palace of Agriculture is laid out in blocks, which are con- 
secutively numbered from 1 to 47, inclusive, as shown on the floor 
plan. The aisles are designated as streets (First to Tenth), running 
north to south, and as avenues (A to E), from east to west. To 
locate an exhibitor refer to the names, alphabetically arranged under 
the exhibit group to which each belongs in the official classification, 
and note the aisle location following each name. Street and Avenue 
signs are erected at their intersection on the corners of all blocks. 

All Exhibits entered in this Catalogue are located in the Palace 
of Agriculture, unless otherwise indicated after the entry. The fol- 
lowing are abbreviations used in this Catalogue to designate other 
Exhibit Palaces : 

J 

Fine Arts Palace Fn. A. Pal. 

Education Palace Ed. Pal. 

Liberal Arts Palace Lb. A. Pal. 

Manufactures Palace Mfr. Pal. 

Varied Industries Palace V. I. Pal. 

Machinery Palace Mch. Pal. 

Transportation Palace Trns. Pal. 

Agriculture Palace Agr. Pal. 

Food Products Palace Fd. Pr. Pal. 

Live Stock Palace Lv. St. Pal. 

Horticulture Palace Hor. Pal. 

Mines and Metallurgy Palace. Min. Pal. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
Official Classification 
of Exhibits 

GROUP 114 
FARM EQUIPMENT AND METHODS OF IMPROVING LANDS 

Class 552. Specimens of various systeir.s of farming. 

Class 553. Plans and models of farm buildings; general arrangement of stables, sheep-folds, 

barns, pig-sties, poultry-houses, breeding-grounds ; special arrangements for 

breeding and fattening cattle; granaries and silos; furniture for stables, barns, 

kennels, etc. 
Class 554. Material and appliances used in agricultural engineering; reclaiming of marshes; 

drainage; irrigation. (See Class 462.) 

GROUP 115 
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND FARM MACHINERY 

Class 555, Implements, machines and appliances for agricultural preparation: machetas, axes, 
mattocks, grubbing hoes, spades, shovels, hand plows, etc. ; vs^alking plows, 
sulky plows, gang plows, etc. ; rakes, rollers, harrows, clod crushers, etc. ; 
stalk cutters, stalk rakes ; stump pullers ; manure spreaders. 

Class 556. Implements, machines and appliances for seeding; corn planters, seed drills, 
cotton planters, grain drills, broadcast seeders, etc. 

Class 557. Implements, machines and appliances for cultivation: hoes, cultivators, riding 
cultivators, cultivators propelled by steam or electricity. 

Class 558. Implements, machines and appliances for harvesting: sickles, scythes, grain cra- 
dles, reapers, binder twine, headers, mowers, corn harvesters, potato diggers, 
combined reapers and threshers propelled by animals, by steam or by electric- 
ity; machines and implements for threshing and cleaning, fanning mills, 
threshers and separators, clover hullers, corn shellers, threshers and separators 
with stationary or traction engines; wind stackers; fodder shock compressors, 
bunchers, etc. 

Class 559. Miscellaneous: farm wagons and farm carts; feed cutters, feed grinders, cider 
mills, machines for ginning and baling cotton, hay baling machinery; horse 
clipping machines ; sheep shearing machines ; wind mills, tanks, pumps and 
other water lifting apparatus for agricultural uses; machines for use on farms 
for grinding, weighing, etc. (See Class 462.) 

Class 560. Portable agricultural power generating machines ; engines, horse powers, agricul- 
tural machinery moved by animals, water, air, or electricity. Internal com- 
bustion motors for agricultural purposes. Motor driven farm trucks and wagons. 

Class 561. Apparatus for preparing food for animals. Stock foods, 

GROUP 116 
FERTILIZERS 

Class 562. Preparing and preservation of manures. Commercial fertilizers. Use of sewage. 

GROUP 117 
TOBACCO 
(Equipment, Processes and Products.) 
Class 563. Tobacco culture ; raAv material in stalk, leaf and seed. 

GROUP 118 

APPLIANCES AND METHODS USED IN AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRIES 

Class 567. Types of agricultural factories connected with farming: dairies; creameries; 

cheese factories; etc. 
Class 568. Oil mills ; margarin factories. Grain elevators and appliances. 
Class 569. Workshops for the preparation of textile fibers. 

Class 570. Equipment for the breeding of birds and for the artificial hatching, raising or 
fattening of poultry. Poultry foods. Methods of and appliances for packing 
and transporting. 
Class 571. Market gardening. Buildings and appliances for growing, gathering, packing 
and marketing vegetables. Processes and equipment employed in the forced 
culture of vegetables and plants, with specimens of products. 

GROUP 119 
THEORY OF AGRICULTURE AND AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 

Class 572. Studies relating to soil and water from an agricultural point of view. 

Class 573. Agronomic charts, climate charts, various agricultural charts. Registers of land 
tenures. 

Class 574. Rural population. Division of cultivated territory. Yield and returns. Census 
of farm animals. 

Class 575. Progress, especially since 1905. History of agriculture in its successive changes. 
History of fluctuations in prices of land, rents, labor, live stock, crops and 
animal products. 

Class 576. Institutions for the promotion and advancement of agriculture. Methods and 
products of experiment stations and laboratories. Societies, agricultural com- 
munities and associations. Loans on land. Agricultural insurance. 

Class 577. Legislative and administrative measures. 

Class 578. Books, papers, statistics, diagrams, periodical publications. 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



GROUP 120 
VEGETABLE FOOD PEODUCTS AND AGRICULTURAL SEEDS 

Class 579. Cereals: wheat, rye, barley, maize, millet, oats, rice, buckwheat and other cereals 
in sheaves or in grain. 

580. Legumes and their seeds : beans, peas, lentils, etc. 

581. Tubers and roots and their seeds: potatoes, beets, carrots, turnips, radishes, etc. 

582. Miscellaneous vegetables and their seeds: cabbages, peppers, artichokes, mush- 
rooms, cresses, etc. 

583. Sugar producing plants and their products: beets, cane, sorghum, etc. 



Class 
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584. Miscellaneous plants and their products : coffee, tea, cocoa, etc. 

585. Oil producing plants and their products. 

586. Forage, growing, green, cured or in silos; fodder for cattle; forage, grass and 
field seeds. 

GROUP 121 
APPLIANCES FOR GATHERING WILD CROPS AND PRODUCTS OBTAINED 

587. Methods and implements for gathering the products of the soil obtained without 
culture. 

588. Mushrooms ; truffles ; edible wild fruits. 

589. Plants, roots, barks, leaves, fruits obtained without cultivation and used by herb- 
alists, in pharmacy, for dyeing, manufacture of paper, oils, or f,or other 
purposes. 

590. India rubber; gutta percha. Gums and resins. 

GROUP 122 
ANIMAL FOOD PRODUCTS 

Class 596. Dairy fittings and appliances, churns, butter workers, cans, pails, cheese presses, 
vats, separators, testers, pasteurizers, etc., including all fittings and appliances 
for the preparation, preservation, transportation, distribution and delivery of 
milk for the supply of cities and towns. 

GROUP 132 

INEDIBLE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS 

Class 646. Textile plants: cotton; flax and hemp in the straw, scutched or unscutched; 

ramie, phormium, tenax, vegetable fibers of all kinds. 
Class 647. Oil producing plants, in stalk or in seed. 
Class 648. Non-edible vegetable fats and oils. 
Class 649. Plants containing tannin, weeds and noxious plants. 
Class 650. Plants containing dyes, medicinal plants. 
Class 651. Hops, teasels, broomcorn, etc. 
Class 652. Wool, raw, washed or unwashed. 
Class 653. Packing house by-products. 
Class 654. Feathers, down, hair and bristles, etc. 

GROUP 1.33 
USEFUL INSECTS AND THEIR PRODUCTS, INJURIOUS INSECTS AND PLANT 

DISEASES 

Class 655. Systematic collections of useful and injurious insects. 

Class 656. Systematic collections of vegetable parasites from plants and animals. 

Class 657. ' Bees. Silkworms and other bombycids. Cochineal insects. 

Class 658. Appliances for rearing and keeping bees and silk worms. Bee and silkworm 

products; honey, wax, cocoons. 
Class 659. Appliances and processes for destroying plant diseases and injurious insects. 

GROUP 134 
FORESTRY 

Class 660. Forest geography: maps, statistics and general literature. Geographical distri- 
bution of forests, of forest types and tree species. Botanical collections: 
seeds, bark, foliage, flowers, fruit, bark and wood sections. 

Class 661. Planting: equipment and processes for tree collection; nursery practice, field 
planting and field sowing. 

Class 662. Management and utilization; equipment and processes for protection from fire, 
insects and disease ; organization of protective forces, ranger stations, trail 
and telephone systems. Logging methods and equipment: transportation of 
logs; systems of cutting. 

Class 663. Indirect uses of forests: watershed protection; effect on climate and public 
health; prevention of erosion and shifting sand; use for windbreaks, for 
recreation purposes and as refuge for game. 

GROUP 135 
FOREST PRODUCTS 

Class 664. Lumber: equipment and processes used in cutting logs into lumber; drying, 
dressing and grading of lumber. Lumber grading rules. 

Class 665. Saw-mill and planing-mill products from re-manufacture of lumber: furniture 
w^oods, wagon stock, cooperage, boxes, pickets, shingles, doors, etc. Veneering 
and veneer-cutting machinery. 

Class 666, Forest by-products: tan bark and extract, naval stores, oils and distillates, char- 
coal, cork, dye woods, medicinal and textile barks, kiln dried wood, wood 
fuels, wood wool. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



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GROUP 114 

FARM EQUIPMENT AND METHODS OF 

IMPROVING LANDS 

American Rolling Mills Co., Middletown, O. 

Model farm & silos. Min. Pal., 7th, bet. C&D 

Am. Sheet & Tin Plate Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Roof. prod. & Mod. Farm. Av. D, Min. Pal. 

Am. Steel & Wire Co., Chicago, 111. Wire 
fencing. Working Exh. Live Stock Dept. 

Armco Iron Culvert Manufacturers Associa- 
tion, Middletown, Ohio. Irrigation Gates 
and Pipe; Lennon Metal Flumes. Min. Pal., 
7th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 

Armstrong Cork & Insulation Co., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Cork Brick installed in Dairy Bldg., 
Live Stock Dept. 

Bacon Co., Edw. R., S. F. Cal. Col. Exh. Ir- 
rigation Mach. Mch.Pal.,4th & 5th, Avs. C&D. 

Champion Mfg. Co., Cedar Rapids, la. Farm 
Gates. Working Exh. Live Stock Dept. 

Columbia Steel Tank Co., Kansas City, Mo. 
Farm Utilities. Wtg. Exh. Live Stock Dept. 

De Laval Dairy Supply Co., San Francisco, 
Cal. Exhibit 3rd St.. bet. Avs. A & B. Ideal 
green feed silo. Workg. Exh. Lv. Stk. Dept. 

Edwards, E. H. Co., S. F. Poultry Fence. 
Working Exhibit Live Stock Dept. 

Iron Clad Silo Co., Portland, Ore. Silo. 
Working Exhibit Live Stock Dept. 

James Manufacturing Co., Fort Atkinson, Wis. 
Exhibit Hrd St., bet. Avs. A & B. De Laval 
Dairy Supply Co., San Francisco agents. 
Barn equipment, stalls, stanchions and car- 
riers. Working exhibit Live Stock Dept. 

Maytag Co., The, Newton, la. Automatic 
Waterers. Wkg. Exh. liive Stock Dept, 

McClure Lumber Co., Saginaw, Mich. Silo. 
Working Exhibit Live Stock Dept. 

Nevada, State of. Model Dairy Farm. Av. 
A, bet. 9th & 10th Sts. 

Norwich Automatic Feeder Co., New London, 
Conn. Feeding Apparatus. Live Stk. Dept. 

Pacific Tank & Pipe Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Pacific Redwood and Fir Plain Silos. Work- 
ing Exhibit in Live Stock Dept. Irrigation 
Wood Pipe and Tanks. Min. Pal., 6th St., 
bet. Avs. A & B. 

Pawling & Harnischfeger Co., Milwaukee, 
Wis. Mch. Pal., 4th & 5th Sts., bet. Avs. 
C&D. Drainage Machinery Equipment. 

Pickett, A. B., Houston, Texas. Patent Gate. 
Agriculture, outside space. 

Pittsburgh Steel Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. Wire 
fencing. Working Exh. liive Stk. Dept. 

Redwood Manufacturers Company, San Fran- 
cisco. Farm Equipment. l."),000 gallon 
''Remco'' Redwood Tank in operation; 
"Remco" Machine Banded Redwood Stave 
Pipe in operation; Miniature "Remco" 
Redwood Tank & Tower; Sections of 
"Remco" Pipe, Machine Bonded & Con- 
tinuous Stave. Installed in Block 36, Ma- 
chinery Pal. Farm Equipment. Two 16x36- 
foot "Remco" Redwood Stave Silos. (Locat- 
ed at Dairy Barns opposite Stock Barns, in 
f-rtual use.) Work's: Exh. Live Stock Dept. 
Farm Equipment. Miniature Tank and Silo 
in Contra Costa County Exhibit. 

R ck Island Mfg. Co., Rock Island, 111. Live 
Stk. Waterers. Wkg. Exh. Live Stk. Dept. 

Spratt's Patent, Ltd., Newark, N. J. Kennel 
Furniture. Fd.Pr.Pal., 5th St., bet.Avs.D&E. 



U. S. Steel Corpn. & Subsid. Cos., New York. 

Col. Iron & Steel Exh. Min. Pal., Av. D. 

Wood Bros. Silo & Mfg. Co., Lincoln, Neb. 

Silo Working Exhibit Live Stock Dept. 

GROUP 115 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND 

FARM MACHINERY 

Alexander Fan & Propellor Co., Oakland, Cal. 
Windmill. Agriculture, outside space. 

American Seeding-Machine Co., The, Rich- 
mond, Ind. Grain drills, corn planters, seed 
drills, cotton planters. Av. C, cor. 4th St. 

Associated Manufacturers' Co., Waterloo, la. 
Gasoline engines. Av. B, cor. 2nd St. 

■Bessemer Gas Engine Co., Grove City, Pa. 
Machinery Palace, 4th St., bet. Avs. D & E. 
Kerosene Motors for farms. Gas and Kero- 
sene engines. Mch. Pal., 4th St., bet. Avs. 
D & E. 

Best Gas Traction Company, C. L., Oakland, 
Cal. Gas traction engines. Av. B, cor. 2nd 
St. Round wheel self-laying track types. 
Steel castings, carbon chrome, nickel and 
rrangnnr se. 

Carnegie Steel Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. Cotton 
Col. Iron & Steel Exh. Min. Pal., Av. D. 

Disston, H. & Sons, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Agricl. knives. Mfr. Pal., Av. C, cor. 6th St. 

Fairbanks-Morse Co., Chicago, 111. Scales. 
Working exhibit in all Palaces and Live 
Stock. 

Famous Water Elevator Co., Denver, Colo. 
Irrigation device. 1st St., bet. Avs. A & B. 
Water elevator for irrigation purposes. 

Farquhar, A. B. & Co., Ltd., York, Pa. Agri. 
implements. Farm Mch. Av. A & 3d St. 

Frick Co., Waynesboro, Pa. Traction Engines, 
Threshing machines. Agr. Outside space. 

Graton & Knight Manufacturing Co., Worces- 
ter, Mass. Harvester Straps. Block 13, 
Palace of Machinery. 

Hercules Powder Company, San Francisco, 
CaL Stump Pullers. Min. Pal., Av. B & 
7th St. Explosives for stump blasting and 
tree pulling. Earth Augers, Subsoiling Bars. 

Hog Motor Company, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Stock feeding machine. Agr. outside space. 

Holt Manufacturing Company, The, Stockton, 
Cal. Manufacturers. Avs. A & B, bet. 4th 
& 5th Sts. Caterpillar farm and military 
tractors, Caterpillar wagons. Caterpillar 
harvesters ; combined harvesters and 
threshers ; land levelers and scrapers ; 
horse and engine plows, disc and mold- 
board ; disc and tooth harrows ; sage brush 
plows. 

Hyde, Henry C. Company, San Francisco, Cal. 
Farm liighting Machinery. See exhibit. 
Block 37, Machinery Hall. 

International Harvester Company of America, 
Chicago, U. S. A. Agr. Pal., 4th St., bet. 
Avs. B & C. Plows, Rakes, Rollers, Har- 
rows, Clod Crushers, Stalk Cutters, Stalk 
Rakes, Manure Spreaders, Corn Planters, 
Seed Drills, Cotton Planters, Grain Drills, 
Broadcast Seeders, Walking Cultivators, 
Riding Cultivators, Reapers, Tedders, Mow- 
ers, Corn Harvesters, Combined Reapers 
and Threshers, Threshing Machinery, Corn 
Shollers, Binder Twine, Headers, Feed Cut- 
ters, Feed Grinders, Hay Baling Machinery, 
Pumps, Water Lifting Apparatus, Engines 
and Tractors. 



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Invincible Grain Cleaner Co., Silver Creek, N. 

y. Grain Cleaning Machines. Mch. Pal. 
Junior Monarch Hay Press Co., San Leandro, 

Cal. Hay Press, etc. 1st St., bet. Avs C&D. 
Lauson Mfg. Co., John, New Holstein, Wis. 

Exhibit 3rd St., bet. Ave. A & B. De Laval 

Dairy Supply Co., San Francisco agents. 

Gasoline, kerosene and distillate engines. 
Rotary Tractor Co., Los Angeles, Cal. Electric 

farm tractors. Agr. outside space. 
Rusnak, A. D., Philadelphia, Pa. Potato dig- 
ging machine. Av. A & 2ud St. 
Sanders, Newell, Plow Co., Chattanooga, 

Tenn. Plows. Av. B, cor. 2nd St. 
Sigurd, C. G., San Jose, Cal. Weed cutter 

and mulcher. Av. A & 2nd St. 
Simonds Mfg. Co., Fitchhurg, Mass. Cane 

Knives. Mfr. Pal., 6th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 
Smalley Manufacturing Co., Manitawoc, Wis. 

Ensilage cutter. Wkg.Exh. Live Stock Dept. 
South Bend Chilled Plow Co., South Bend, Ind. 

Plows. Av. B, cor. 2nd St. .Agricultural 

implements, plows, cultivators, planters, etc. 

Special attention given to making of special 

styles for export. 
Sperry Flour Co., S. F., Cal. Stock foods. 

Fd. Pr. Pal., Avs.C& D, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. 
Spratt's Patent, Ltd., Newark, N. J. Pet stk. 

foods. Fd. Pr. Pal., 5th St., bet. Avs. D&E. 
Standard Gas Engine Co., S. F. Gasoline en- 
gines. Mch. Pal., Avs. E&F, bet. 1st & 2nd. 
U. S. Steel Corpn. & Subsid. Cos., New York. 

Collective exhibit. Min. Pal., Av. D. 
Viking Pump Co., The, Cedar Falls, la. 3rd 

St., bet. Avs. A & B. Rotary pumps. De 

Laval Dairy Supply Co., San Francisco 

agents. 
Warren Axe & Tool Co., Warren, Pa., U.S.A. 

Axes and edged tools. Av. A, cor. 1st St. 

Axes and logging tools of all kinds. 

UNITED STATES SECTION AGRICULTURE 

GROUP 117 

TOBACCO CULTURE; RAW MATERIAL 

IN STALK, LEAF AND SEED 

Kansas, State of. Collective exhibit of to- 
bacco. Av. C, bet. 5th & 6th Sts. 

Louisiana, State of. Collective exhibit of to- 
bacco. Avs. B & C, bet. 8th & 10th Sts. 

Virginia, State of. Tobacco exhibit. Av. A 
& 8th St. 

GROUP 118 

APPLIANCES AND METHODS USED IN 

AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRIES 

Electric Specialty Co., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Elec. incubators. 10th St., bet. Avs. A & B. 
Jordan & Chapman Mfg. Co., Inc., Staunton, 

Va. Poultry trap nests. Wkg, Exh. Live 

Stock Dept. 
Lo-Glo Electric Incubator Co., N. Y. Electric 

incubators. Mch. Pal., 1st St. & Av. D. 
Marland, W. J., Oakland, Cal. Col. exh. Elec. 

incubators. Mch. Pal., 1st St. & Av. D. 
Nevada, State of. Garden crops, photographs 

of dairy farms, etc. Av. A, bet. 0th & 10th. 
Norwich Automatic Feeder Co., New London, 

Conn. Poultry Hoppers. Live Stk. Dept. 
Rock Island Mfg. Co., Rock Island, 111. Poul 

try waterers. Wkg. Exh. Live Stk. Dept. 
Sperry Flour Co., S. F., Cal. Poultry foods. 

Fd. Pr. Pal., Avs. C&D, bet. 2d & 3d Sts. 



Spratt's Patent, Ltd., Newark, N. J. Poultry 
foods & appliances. Fd. Pr. Pal., 5th St., 
bet. Avs. D&E. 

Standard Electric Incubator Co., N. Y. Elec- 
tric Incubators. Mch. Pal., 1st St. & Av. D. 

Victor Incubator Co., Decoto, Cal. Incubators 
and brooders. Av. A & 10th St. 

GROUP 119 
THEORY OF AGRICULTURE AND AGRI- 
CULTURAL STATISTICS 
Barrett Mfg. Co., Frankford, Phil. Fertilizing 

results. Min. Pal., 7th St. 
International Harvester Company of America, 

Chicago, U. S. A. Agr. Pal., 4th St., bet. 

Avs. B & C. Charts depicting changes in 

farming and development of farm machines 

and implements, methods and products of 

experiment stations. Societies, Agricultural 

Communities and Associations. 
Louisiana, State of. Collective exhibit of maps, 

soil, samples, charts, etc. Avs. B & C, 

bet. 8th & 10th Sts. 
Nevada, State of. Agricultural Experiments, 

Maps, etc. Av. A, bet. 9th & 10th Sts. 

GROUP '120 

VEGETABLE FOOD PRODUCTS AND 

AGRICULTURAL SEEDS 

Dickinson, The Albert Co., Chicago, 111. Agri- 
cultural seeds. Av. A, cor. 2nd St. 

Idaho, State of. Collective exhibit of agricul- 
tural products. Avs. B & C, bet. 6th & 7th. 

Illinois, State of. Collective agricultural exh. 
of grains & grasses. Av. C, bet. 4th & 5th. 

Kansas, State of. Collective exh. of cereals, 
grasses, etc. Av. C, bet. 5th & 6th Sts. 

Louisiana, State of. Collective exh. of grains 
and grasses. Avs. B & C, bet. 8th & 10th Sts. 

Montana, State of. Collective exh. of agricul- 
tural products. Avs. A & B, bet. 8th & 9th. 

Nevada, State of. Collective exh. of agricul- 
tural products. Av. A, bet. 9th & 10th Sts. 

Oregon, State of. Collective exh. of agricul- 
tural products. Av. D, bet. 4th & 6th Sts. 

Virginia, State of. Agricultural exhibit of 
grains and grasses. Av. A & 8th St. 

Wisconsin, State of. Collective exh. of agri- 
cultural products. Av. A, bet. 6th & 7th Sts. 

GROUP 122 
ANIMAL FOOD PRODUCTS 

Associated Manufacturers' Co., Waterloo, la. 
Cream Separators. Av. B, cor. 2nd St. 

"Calf- Way" Milker Co., Chicago, 111, Milk- 
ing Machines. Av. B, cor. 1st St. 

Creamery Package Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. 
Dairy Equipment. Av. A, cor. 2nd St. 

Davis Milk Mach. Co., N. Chicago, 111. Bottle 
fillers and cappers. 2d St., bet. Avs. A & B. 

De Laval Separator Co., The, New York, N. Y. 
3rd St., bet. Avs. A & B. Farm and factory 
sizes of: De Laval Cream Separators, De 
Laval Milk Clarifiers, De Laval Milking 
Machine, De Laval Emulsor, Ideal Sanitary 
Cream Coolers. De Laval Dairy Supply Co., 
San Francisco agents. 

De Laval Dairy Supply Co., San Francisco, 
Cal, Exhibit. 3rd St., bet. Avs. A & B. 
Dairy Supplies & Equipments. Ideal Sani- 
tary Cream Cooler. 

Ford, The J. B. Co., Wyandotte, Mich. Clean- 
ing muterinls for dairies, etc. Av.A,cor.,3dSt. 

Harris, Arthur & Co., Chicago. Milk I^vap. 
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Hinman Milking Machine Co., Oneida, N. Y. 

Milking Machines. 2d St., bet. Avs. A & B. 
Idaho, State of. Collective exhibit of cheese. 

Agr. Pal., Avs. B & 0, bet. Gth & 7th Sts. 
International Harvester Company of America, 

Chicago, U. S. A. Agr. Pal., 4th St., bet. 

Avs. B & C. Dairy Fittings and Appliances. 

Cream Separators, including all fittings and 

appliances for 'the separation, preservation 

and transportation of milk. 
Mehring, Wm. M., Keymar, Md. Milking Ma- 
chines. Av. A & 2nd St. 
Skidd, The Chas. Mfg. Co., Chicago. Milk 

Cooler. Pac. Coast Cond. Milk Co.'s Pav. 
Vermont Farm Machine Co., Bellows Falls, 

Vt. Dairy Equipment. Av. A, cor. 4th St. 

GROUP l.'^>2 
INEDIBLE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS 

Louisiana, State of. Collective exhibit of cot- 
ton and fibre crops. Avs. B & C, bet. 8th 
& 10th Sts. 

Nevada, State of. Collective exhibit of wool 
and cotton. Av. A, bet. 9th & 10th Sts. 

GROUP 134 
FORESTRY 
Bacon Co., Ed. R., S. F., Cal. Collective Ex- 
hibit Logging Blocks & Hooks. Mch. Pal., 

4th & 5th Sts., Avs. C & D. 
Clyde Iron Works, Duluth, U. S. A. Logging 

Machinery. Exhibit installed in Palace of 

Machinery, 5th St. & Av. H. 
Simonds Mfg. Co., Fitchburg, Mass. Logging 

Tools. Mfr. Pal., 6th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 
Warren Axe & Tool Company, Warren, Pa. 

Axes & Logging Tools. Av. A, cor. 1st St. 

Cant hooks, chains, and edged tools. 



Washington, State of. Photos, maps, etc. Av. 
A, bet. 0th & 7th Sts. 

Young, C. J., Iron Works, Seattle, Wash. Ma- 
chinery Pal., 4th & 5th Sts., bet. Avs. C & 
D. Logging Blocks and Equipment. 

GROUP 135 
FOREST PRODUCTS 
California Barrel Company, San Francisco, 
Cal. General Cooperage. Av. C, cor. 4th 
St. Manufacturers and Exporters of Bar- 
rels, Kegs, Kits and Pails of all sizes for 
Dry or Liquid Products. Also High Grade 
Shocks made from North American Pacific 
Coast Hard Douglas Fir. 

California Redwood Assn., S. F., Cal. Fin- 
ished Lumber in Bldg. in Hort. Gardens. 

California Sugar & White Pine Co., S. F., Cal 

Finished Lumber in Bldg. in Hort. Gardens 

Disston, Henry & Sons, Inc., Phil., Pa. Lum 

bering Saws. Mfr. Pal., Av. C, cor. 6th St 

Louisiana, State of. Collective exhibit of for 
est products. Avs. B & C, bet. 8th & 10th 

Sts. 

Simonds Mfg. Co., Fitchburg, Mass. Saws for 
Lumber Mills. Mfr. Pal., 6th, bet. Avs. C&D. 

Singer Sewing Machine Company, New York, 
N, Y. Woods for Veneering. Veneering 
laminated woods and finishing of same as 
expressed in sewing machine cabinet work. 
See exhibit, Varied Industries Building, 1st 
St., Av. D, 2nd St., Av. E. 

Washington, State of. Collective Exhibit of 
mfg. lumber products. Av. A, bet. 6th & 7th. 

West Coast Lumber Mfr's Assn., Tacoma, 
Wash. Finished Lumber in Hort. Gardens. 



STATES' EXHIBIT SECTION 



ARKANSAS. 
Location: Av. B, bet. 6th & 7th Sts. 
The complete list of exhibits from Arkansas 
in the Department of Agriculture will appear 
in revised edition of the Catalogue. 

CALIFORNIA. 
Location: Avs. A & B, bet. 7th & 8th Sts. 
The complete list of exhibits from Califor- 
nia in the Department of Agriculture will ap- 
pear in revised edition of the Catalogue. 

COLORADO. 

Location: Av. B. bet 5th & 6th Sts. 
The complete list of exhibits from Colorado 
in the Department of Agriculture will appear 
in revised edition of the Catalogue. 

IDAHO 

Location: Avs. B & C, bet. 6th & 7th Sts. 
GROUP 120 
Aberdeen Expmt. Station — xiberdeen. Wheat. 
Adams, A. — .Tuliaetta. Wheat. 
Ainscaugh, Wm. — Preston. Barley, Oats. 
Allen, Brent, Teton. — Timothy. 
Allen, J. H. Seed Co.— St. Anthony. Wheat. 
Aired, M. A. — Mapleton. Oats. 
Anderson, C. B. — Caldwell. Oats. 
Anderson, J. G.— Winchester. Alfalfa, Grass. 
Anderson, R. K. — Cambridge. Barley, Wheat. 
Anderson, W. — Moscow. Timothv. 
Austin, A. S. — Twin Falls. Potatoes. 
Babb, D. T.— Rock Flat. Grass. 
Balbach, Wm. — New Meadows. Alfalfa, Oats. 
Ballinger, Ansell— Fruitland. Corn. 



Ballinger, Amsey — Fruitland. Corn. 
Barrenger, T, C. — Weiser. Corn. 
Barnhill, E. W.— Rock Flat. Oats. 
Bartholomew, J. A. — Parma. Rye. 
Barcley, A. L. — Cambridge. Oats. 
Beasley, J. H. — Idaho Falls. Oats, Potatoes, 
Beck, E. A. — Twin Falls. Potatoes, Wheat. 
Bice, G. W.— Twin Falls. Wheat. 
Beaty, Sam — Kimberly. Wheat. 
Blunk, L. A. — Murphy. Corn. 
Berrier, G. W. — Athol. Grain. 
Bonwell, M. — Curry. Potatoes. 
Boone, A. C. — Twin Falls. Potatoes. 
Brown — New Meadows. Peas. 
Buhl, Leslie — Cambridge. Wheat. 
Busch, G. W. — Midvale. Wheat. 
Busk, A.— Athol. Wheat. 
Burroughs, Chas. — Athol. Wheat. 
Bullock, J. H.— Pocatello. Wheat. 
Buckle, J. — Hayden Lake. Wheat. 
Bubb, Fred — Belmont. Timothy. 
Burnett, H. — Idaho Falls. Potatoes. 
Butler, Wm. — Twin Falls. Potatoes. 
Buel, W. O. — Filer. Potatoes. 
Burton, O. C— Richfield. Oats. 
Bubb, C. W. — New Meadows. Alfalfa. 
Buckhalter, C. S.— Kimberly. Barley. 
Busling, Mrs. — Payette. Barley, Oats, Wheat. 
Butterfield Live Stock Co. — Weiser. Corn. 
Callert, E. J.— Twin Falls. Wheat. 
Campbeel, C. — New Meadows. Wheat. 
Campbel, 0. H. — Bonners Ferry. Potatoes. 
Chamberlin, F. E. — ^^Twin Falls. Potatoes. 
Cheek, Wm. — Kimberly. Potatoes. 
Church, B. E. — Richfield. Grain. 
Costello, J. — Twin Falls. Potatoes. 



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Craig. Mt. Lumber Co. — Winchester. Barley. 

Davis, A. A. — Twin Falls. Potatoes. 

Day, W. E. — Greenleaf. Corn. 

Dailey, J. — Oakley. Wheat. 

Dewey, J. C. — Emmett. Corn. 

Dewey, H. R. — Emmett. Corn. 

Donnon, D. — Weiser. Corn. 

Dove, E.— Richfield. Wheat. 

Dunham, J. W.^ — Cambridge. Wheat. 

Dunnaway, J. H. — Twin Falls. Potatoes. 

Durfee, J. F. — Filer. Potatoes. 

Duster, C. — Moscow. Oats, Wheat. 

Eckley Ranch — Winchester. Wheat. 

Edgerton, E. L. — Emmett. Corn. 

Engle, D.— Richfield. Alfalfa, Wheat. 

Engle, J. — Richfield. Wheat. 

Erhart, G. A.— Filer. Potatoes. 

Erwin, T. — Twin Falls. Barley, Clover. 

Fargo Farmers' Club — Fargo. Alfalfa Seed. 

Ferrel, E. — Weiser. Oats. 

Fike, F. — Nez Perce. Wheat. 

Fitzpatrick, J. — Bonners Ferry. Potatoes. 
-^ Fletcher, J.— Richfield. Wheat. 

^ Foster & Co. — Richfield. Oats. 

French, Permeal— Richfield. Oats. 

Frohm, Wm. — Star. Corn. 

Gamage, C. L. — Emmett. Fetireta. 

Gambel, S.— Twin Falls. Oats. 

Gearhart, W. — Star. Corn, Potatoes. 

Gilbert, C, F.— Homedale. Clover. 

Gilden, J. S. — Cambridge. Barley. 

Gilmore, W. B. — Pavette. Potatoes. 

Glenn, S.— Boise. Oats. 

Gooding Experiment Station — Gooding. Oats. 

Gordon, N.— Payette. Wheat. 

Gorren, J. F.— Cambridge. Barley. 

Green, Jos. A. — Richfield. Oats. 

Hackett, T.— Athol. Alfalfa. 

Hammond, C. C. — Farms. Corn. 

Hanson, Jas. R. — Tetonia. Clover. 

Harding, P. M. — Nez Perce. Clover. 

Hark, J.— Twin Falls. Potatoes. 

Hardin, W. F.— Kimberly. Wheat. 

Haskin, F. S. — Aberdeen. Barley. 

Hawarth, C. — Star. Corn, Potatoes. 

Hawks, Wm. — Preston. Oats, Potatoes. 

Hayes, B. F. — Twin Falls. Clover. 

Hazel, J, — Kimberly. Wheat. 

Heck, F. — New Meadows. Clover. 

Henry, J. J.— Twin Falls. Potatoes. 

Heron, J. — Twin Falls. Potatoes. 

Hertiage, J. F. — Athol. Corn. 

Hewitt, D. J. — Winchester. Barley, Oats. 

Hibner, W. E. — Preston. Oats. 

Hills, A.— Filer. Potatoes. 

Horner, Wm. — Twin Falls. Potatoes. 

Hoops, G. S.— Richfield. Oats. 

Hoover, Walter — Nez Perce. Oats, Wheat. 

Hughes, James — Twin Falls. Potatoes. 

Idaho Insane Asylum — Blackfoot. Clover. 

Idaho Industrial Training School— St. An- 
thony. Oats, Potatoes, Corn. 

Ireland, H. A.— Caldwell. Corn. 

Irwin, T. E.— Wheat. 

Jackey, W. A.— Twin Falls. Potatoes. 

Jackson, C. J. — Parma. Corn, Wheat. 

Jacobson, A. — Richfield. Wheat. 

Jacobson, R. — Richiield. Wheat. 

Jacobs, T. F.— Nez Perce. Barley, Wheat. 

Jagler, J. H. — Coeur d'Alene. Oats, Wheat. 

James, Walter — Bonners Ferry. Potatoes. 

Jinkens, T. B.— Richfield. Barley. 

Johnson, A. A. — Winchester. Clover, Oats. 

J->hnson & Anderson — Winchester. Grain. 

Johnson, Chester A.— Richfield. Alfalfa. 

Johnson, G.— Richfield. Barley 

Johnson, Ray — Caldwell. Corn. 

Johnson, John P — Twin Palls. Potatoes. 

Johnson, Mark — Richfield. Wheat. 

Johnson, Quiet — Richfield. Barley, Timothy. 

Jones, D.— Idaho Falls. Oats. 

Jones, J. W.— Twin Falls. Potatoes. 

Keene, L. — Moscow. Timothy. 

Keene, La Fayette— Kendrick. Oats, Wheat. 



Kent, A. J. — Bonners Ferry. Potatoes. 

Kent, M. L. — Moscow. Wheat. 

Kern, Robt. & Matt— Wheat. 

Kincaid, Lewis — Ilo. Barley. 

Kingsburry, Percy — Twin Falls. Potatoes. 

Kissinger, J. B. — Viola. Alfalfa. 

Kneutsen, A. — Harrison. Oats, Timothy. 

Kneutsen Ranch — Harrison. Alfalfa, Clover. 

Laferty, Charley — Bonners Ferry, Potatoes. 

Larsen, John A. — Preston. Oats. 

Law, J, O. — Oakley. Potatoes. 

Leagers, A. — Wheat. 

Leger, Thos. — Midvale. Wheat. 

Leichliter, J. B. & Sons — Twin Falls. Po- 
tatoes. 

Leslie, Henry — Star. Corn, Potatoes. 

Lewis, J. L. — Cambridge. Barley, Wheat. 

Lewis, L. L. — Cambridge. Barley. 

Lind, Vance — Twin Falls. Potatoes. 

Larkin, Eugene — Barley. 

Madsen, E. W. — Payette. Wheat. 

Machey, John— Wheat. 

Madsen, E. W. — Payette. Oats. 

Manthey, Robert J. — Nez Perce. Barley. 

Maples, Henry — Barley. 

Martin, Earl — Star. Potatoes. 

Martens, T. E. — American Falls. Wheat. 

Martin, Simon — Idaho Falls. Barley, Wheat. 

MecDm.as, F. V. — Winchester. Grain, Vetch. 

Matheny, J. G. — Midvale. Wheat. 

McKnight, Wm. — -American Falls. Wheat. 

McOmber, A. H. — Perma. Corn. 

McWalters, Jerome — Potatoes. 

Michewaite, M. W. — Twin Falls. Barley. 

Mesa Orchards — Mesa. Potatoes. 

Moji, W. F.— Athol. Oats. 

Mullens Ranch — lona. Oats. 

Muller, Gus — American Falls. Wheat. 

Musser, H. E. — Filer. Potatoes. 

Nelson, S. — Barley, Wheat. 

Nelson, Warren T. — New Plymouth. Corn. 

Nicola, I. M. — Nampa. Wheat. 

Olsen, E. — Barley. 

Csborne, J. C. — Winchester. Clover. 

Parker, J. C. — Rye. 

Partiner, L. G. — Aberdeen. Potatoes. 

Parma Milling & Elevator Co. — Parma. Al- 
falfa, Clover. 

Paulson, C. 0.— Richfield. Clover, Wheat. 

Payne, Chas. — Caldwell. Corn, Millet. 

Peckman Bros. — Wilder. Grain. 

Perrine, Chas. — Twin Falls. Peas. 

Peterson Bros.— Richfield. Wheat. 

Pierce, J. M. — Berger. Grain. 

Powell, Joe — New Meadow. Barlev. 

Preston, C. H.— Churchill. Potatoes. 

Reagan, S. A. — Boise. Rye. 

Redman, D. — Twin Falls. Barley, Beans. 

Redman, H. W. — Twin Falls. 

Richards, T. — Wheat. 

Robinson, W. S.— Alfalfa, Clover. 

Root, M. L.— Athol. Alfalfa, Clover, Oats. 

Royston, Lafe — Fruitland. Corn. 

Rucker, Mrs. P & Son — Parma. Oats, Wheat. 

Sessions, J. W.— Richfield. Wheat. 

Shaw, James — Weiser. Corn. 

Shaw, S. D.— Twin Falls. Corn. 

Shaw, A. — Oats. 

Shubert, J. F. — Winchester. Rye. 

Simans, J, W. — Pocatello. Timothy. 

Smith, Andrew — Payette. Corn. 

Smith, Ray — Star. Corn, Potatoes. 

Snyder Farm — Twin Falls. Potatoes. 

Snyder, L. A. — Twin Falls. Potatoes. 

Snyder, A. J. — Springfield. Grain. 

Spainbower, Floyd— Fruitland. Corn, Oats. 

Sparks, Grant L. — Moscow. Wheat. 

Starr, W. S. — Twin Falls. Potatoes, Grain. 

Straun, Clarence — Fruitland. Corn. 

Streeker, C. A. — Antelope. Barley. 

Taylor, Joe — Idaho Falls. Oats, Potatoes. 

Taylor, W. C— Richfield. Oats. 

Teton High School— Teton. Grain, Potatoes. 

Thomas, C. B. — Weiser. Corn. 



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Thomas, Chas. F. — Nez Perce. Barley, Wheat. 
Thometz, M. A. — Twin Falls. Wheat. 
Thometz & Son — Twin Falls. Potatoes, Grain. 
Thompson, J. P. — Moscow. Wheat, Timothy. 
Tobey, C. A. — Twin Falls. Potatoes. 
Tobias, C. C. — Caldwell. Corn, Wheat. 
Twin Falls Expt. Station — Twin Falls. Wheat. 
Twin Falls High School — Twin Falls. Pota- 
toes. 
Utah Idaho Sugar Co. — Idaho Falls. Oats. 
Vahlberg, David — Emmett. Corn. 
Vance, Harry — Twin Falls. Potatoes. 
Vystricil, A. F. — Roberts. Grain, Potatoes. 
Wallen, Frank — Moscow. Oats. 
Ware, Frank — Idaho Falls. Oats, 
Walters, H. B. — Filer. Potatoes. 
Wells, E. N.— Alfalfa, Barley. 
Weiser Grain & Feed Co. — Weiser. Grain. 
White, Bob— Caldwell. Wheat. 
Whiffen, C. W.— Caldwell. Wheat. 
Whitting, J. H.— Wheat. 
Wiley, H. K.— Springfield. Alfalfa. 
Wilson, Alex. — Boise. Corn. 
Williams Bros. — Barley. 
Wilson, Kirt — Kimberly. Potatoes. 
Wilson, J. T. — Blackfoot. Peas. 
Willis, J.— Wheat. 
Williams, M. J. — Athol. Rye. 
Winters, H. C. — Twin Falls. Potatoes. 
Winslow, Merle — Greenleaf. Corn. 
Winslow, W. J. — Greenleaf. Clover, Corn. 
Wones, M. A.— American Falls. Wheat. 
Woodward, Ivan— Franklin. Oats. 
Worthington, S. P — Wheat. 
Wylie, A. H. — Aberdeen. Potatoes. 
Yost, Joe — Midvale. Wheat. 
Youknm, Hue — New Meadows. Oats. 
Young, C, W. — Pavette. Oats. 
Young, C. W.— Fruitland. Corn. 
Young, Lambert — Fruitland. Corn. 
Young, L. L. — Nampa. Grain, Potatoes. 

GROUP 122 
Clover Leaf Cheese Factory— Buhl. Cheese. 
Meridian Cheese Factory— Meridian. Cheese. 
Parma Cheese Factory — Parma. Cheese. 

INDIANA 
Location: Ave. B, bet. 9th & 10th Sts. 
GROUP 120 
Brown, C. A. — Franklin. Corn. 
Byers, E. E. — Shadeland. Corn. 
Carter, M. M. — Greensburg. Corn. 
Carter, O. E. — Seymour. Corn. 
Constable, R. L.— Goodland. Oats. 
Donmoyer, R. W. — South Bend. Corn. 
Drybread, J. Walter — Edinburgh. Corn. 
Egnew, Arthur S. — Chrisney. Corn. 
Enmundson, L. W. — Balbek. Corn, 
Fitch, W. H.— Spades. Corn. 
Fisher, Eugene — La Grange. Grasses, grains. 
Gast, A. A. — Akron. Corn. 
Gleason, M. K. — Indianapolis. Grasses. 
Hahan, Louis — Spades. Sugar cane. 
Henry, W. B. — Winamac. Corn. 
Hollingsworth, P. O. — New Agusta. Broom 

corn, millet. 
Hudson, P. E.— Howe. Oats. 
Isley, Joseph C— Flat Rock. Corn. 
Isley, Louis M. — Flat Rock. Corn. 
Jessup, Wallace — Friendswood. Corn. 
Johnson, R. E. — Dale. Wheat. 
Kerlin, Frank— Rockfield. Corn. 
Kerlin, G. L. — Franklin. Corn, wheat. 
Kerlin, J. W. — Rookfield. Corn, wheat. 
Kerlin & Snoeberger — Rockfield. Corn. 
Kerlin, W. F.— Rockfield. Corn. 
Livingston, Wm. — Worthington. Corn. 
Lux, Ed. — Shelbyville. Corn. 
Lux, John — Plainfield. Corn. 
Xiux, Peter — Shelbyville. Corn. 



McKinney, Glenn — Wingate. Corn. 
McMullen, Guy — Idaville. Corn. 
Mozingo, H. — Greensburg. Corn. 
Mundell, Jacob— Thorntown. Corn. 
Mundell, J. O, — Thorntown. Wheat. 
Mundell, M. A. — Rhoentown. Oats. 
Neff, Joseph — Marion. Corn. 
Orme, Hence — Greenwood. Corn. 
Pruitt, Chas. F. — Edinburg. Corn. 
Pruitt, A. W, — Edinburgh. Corn, wheat. 
Pruitt, M. D. — Edinburgh. Corn. 
Reddict, Albert — Arlington. Corn. 
Rodgers, Will — Edinburgh. Corn. 
Sauerman, Geo. J, — Crown Point. Grain, 

grasses. 
Short, Chas. S, — Greensburg. Corn. 
Sefton, Elmer — Greensburg. Corn. 
Smith, C. A. — Whiteland. Corn. 
Smith, E. E.— Franklin. Corn. 
Smiley, W. G. — ^Greensburg. Corn. 
Steinbrook, Everett — Franklin. Corn. 
Steinbrook, Geo. W. — Franklin. Corn. 
Steinbrook, James — Franklin. Corn. 
Steinbrook, R. L. — Edinburgh. Corn. 
Stephens, Homer — ^La Fountaine. Oats. 
Steinbrook, V. P. — Shelbyville. Corn. 
Stout, Ira — Sulphur Springs. Oats, 
Swain, W. O. — Arlington. Corn. 
Swallow, Mel. — Rockport. Corn. 
Swallow, Frank — Rockport. Corn. 
Thornburg, Ernest — Winchester. Grain. 
Tilson, Harry — Franklin. Corn. 
Troyer, A. F. — l^a Fountaine. Corn. 
Troyer, C. E. — La Fountaine. Corn. 
Tritch, Arthur J. — Corunna. Wheat, oats. 
Ulrey, W. J. — New Richmond. Corn. 
Vogler, L. A. — Hope. Corn. 
Vogler, L. A. — Hope. Corn. 
Vogler, L. M. — Hope. Corn. 
Wilson, John E. — Wingate. Corn. 
Wilson, John M. — Brown Valley. Corn. 

ILLINOIS 

Location: Ave. C, bet. 4th & 5th Sts. 

GROUP 120 

Illinois, State of — Agricultural exhibit of 

grains and grasses. 
Illinois Corn Growers — Putnam Co. Com- 
plete agricultural exhibit of cereals. 
University of Illinois — Champaign. Complete 
agricultural exhibit of cereals. 

IOWA. 
Location: Av. C, bet. 4th & 5th Sts, 
The complete list of exhibits from Iowa in 
the Department of Agriculture will appear in 
revised edition of the Catalogue. 

KANSAS 
Location: Ave. C, bet. 5th & 6th Sts. 
GROUP 117 
Leavenworth County — Tobacco. 
Shawnee County — ^Tobacco. 

GROUP 120 
Kansas, State of— Collective exhibit of the 

following counties, consisting of cereals, 

grasses, vegetables, roots and tubers, le- 
gumes, etc.: 

Allen County. 

Barber County, 

Butler C aunty. 

Clark County. 

Cowley County. 

Crawford County. 

Elk County. 

Ellis County. 

Ford County. 

Gray County. 



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Harper County. 
Harvey County. 
Kingman County. 
Kiowa County. 
Labette County. 
Lyons County. 
Mead County. 
Montgomery County. 
Morton County. 
Pawnee County. 
Pratt County. 
Reno County. 
Rice County. 
Riley County. 
Sedgwick County. 
Summer County. 
Woodson County. 

Experiment Station — Manhattan, Kan. 
Cereals. 

LOUISIANA. 
Location: Avs. B & C, bet. 8tli & 10th Sts. 
The complete list of exhibits from Louisiana 
in the Department of Agriculture will appear 
in the revised edition of the Catalogue. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
Location: 10th St., bet. Avs. B & C. 
The complete list of exhibits from Massa- 
chusetts in the Department of Agriculture will 
appear in revised edition of the Catalogue. 

MONTANA 

Location: Avs. A & B, bet. 8th & 9th Sts 

GROUP 120 

Allard, Joseph — Ignatius. Oats. 

Applebury, C. — Corvallis. Wheat 

Applebury, James — Corvallis. Wheat. 

Axtel, C. E. — Salesville. Bromus inermis. 

Bailey & Dorr — Hamilton. Oats, peas. 

Bair, James — White Sulphur Springs. Clo- 
ver, alfalfa. 

Baker, M. H. — Libby. Clover. 

Barnes, C. M. — Hamilton. Potatoes. 

Bartlett, J. D. — Simms. Wheat. 

Bartlett, J. D. — Troy. Clover 

Beck, John — Bozemv.n. Wheat. 

Beck & Smith — Bozeman. Wheat. 

Beckwith, George — St. Ignatius. Flax. 

Billings Polytechnic Institute — Billings. 
Beans, millet, corn. 

Bennett, James — Warm Springs. Timothy. 

Benninger, Wm. — Anaconda. Timothy. Clo- 
ver, alfalfa. 

Bisson, Wm. — Missoula. Wheat. 

Blakesly, S. F. — White Sulphur Springs. Al- 
falfa. 

Bohart, W. O. — Bozeman. Blue grass. 

Bohn, H. O. — Warm Springs. Oats. 

Bolin, C. F. — Rosebud. Wheat, oats. 

Bowman, A. H. — Hardin. Timothy. 

Burch, G. F. — St. Ignatius. Whea't. 

Burns, A. H. — Libby. Timothy. 

Briggs, H.— Victor. Wheat. 

Carney, Pat. — Waterloo. Clover, wheat, pota- 
toes, alfalfa, native grasses. 

Carney, T. E. — Waterloo. Wheat. 

Cechlovsky, Jos. — Libby. Clover. 

Chamberlain, Jos. — ^White Sulphur Springs. 
Clover, timothy. 

Cog Dell, Douglas — Whitehall. Rye. 

Collins, Rich. — White Sulphur Springs. Al- 
falfa. 

Cordry, Ed. — Bozeman. Wheat. 

'"ottrell, Mrs. Ida — Florence. Potatoes. 

Cunningham, J. R. — St. Ignatius. Wheat, 
oats, barley. 

'Cunningham, G. R.^^St. Ignatius. Oats. 

T)aley, Elmer — By num. Flax, wheat. 

Daniels, Jr., D. C. — Canton. Wheat. 

Dart, Hugh — Dillon. Potatoes. 



Delmoe, Vincent — Whitehall. Clover, bro- 
mus inermis, timothy. 

Deschamps, Tony — Missoula. Oats. 

Deschamps, R. — Missoula. Wheat. 

Donohue, J. F. — Whitehall. Alfalfa, clover. 

Douglas, Bert — Rexford. Potatoes. 

Dyer, J. L. — Helena. Flax, clover, potatoes. 

Early, Noah — Lavina. Wheat. 

Edinger, Carter — Dillon. Potatoes. 

Edinger, George — Dillon. Oats, wheat, barley. 

Eichorn, Jos. — Miles City. Timothy, clover. 

Eiker, E. E.— Huntley. Timothy, corn. 

Ekman, Ed. — Rollins. Potatoes. 

Emmelcamp, Thos. — Manhattan. Barley. 

Fairweather, George — Deer Lodge. Clover. 

Ferguson, J. C— Reichle. Potatoes. 

Disher, Robert — Deer Lodge. Oats. 

Fitter, Henry — Lima. Timothy. 

Flaherty, John— Cold Spring. Clover, tim- 
othy. 

Fleming, G. F.— Suffolk. Wheat. 

Fleming, Wm. — Bozeman. Timothy, clover. 

Fowiie, George — White Sulphur Springs. 
Wheat. 

Franklin, Charles — Wise River. Clover. 

Fredericks, John — Libby. Alfalfa. 

Gattis, Robert H. — Creston. Potatoes. 

Gilbertson, H. M. — Kalispell. Wheat. 

Goodall, Charles W.— Park City. Wheat. 

Gordon, J. H. — Silver Star. Flax, rye. 

Grady, J. A. — Terry. Potatoes. 

Grant Bros. — Salesville. Clover, alfalfa, wheat. 

Grenier, Jcs.— St. Ignatius. Oats, wheat. 

Hackman, Charles — Missoula. Wheat. 

Hallford, J. F. — Bozeman. Oats, wheat, clover. 

Hamel, Pete — Missoula. Wheat. 

Hamilton, Viola — Libby. Clover. 

Hansen, C. A. — Eureka. Clover. 

Hardman, D. E. — Simms. Alfalfa. 

Hartman, W. J. — Bozeman. Wheat. 

Haynes, O. G. — Miles City. Wheat. 

Haynes, Thos. — Creston. Alfalfa, vetch, po- 
tatoes, wheat. 

Herbst, A. C. — Libby. Timothy, clover, flax, 
orchard grass. 

Hines, L. E. — Bozeman. Timothy. 

Hogan, Geo. R.— Bozeman. Timothy, clover, 
clover seed. 

Ingram, Mrs. D. — Dilon. Barley. 

James, J. W. — Anaconda. Wheat. 

Jennings, L. D. — Salesville. Clover. 

Jergenson, Jas. A. — Whitehall. Alfalfa, clo- 
ver, oats. 

Johnson, Mrs. — Hamilton. Wheat. 

Jones, Mrs. J. O. — Bozeman. Oats. 

Jones, Orville — Bozeman. Wheat. 

Jones, Robert — Wisdom. Clover, blue grass, 
timothy, native grasses. 

Jones, W. C. — Wise River. Clover. 

Karman, F. W. — Saco. Potatoes. 

Keifer, John — Bozeman. Bromus inermis, blue 
grass. 

Kennison, John — Dell. Timothy. 

Kirchner, Fred. — Lewistown. Wheat, oats, 
grasses, clover. 

Kleinhessellink, D. J.— Big Timber. Timothy. 

Lang, J. E. — Salesville. Timothy, blue grass. 

Legerene, John — Helena. Wheat. 

Lewis, Mrs. J. K. — White Sulphur Springs. 
Oats, wheat. 

Lewis, G. A. — Bozeman. Clover, timothy. 

Lindsay, George — St. Ignatius. Oats. 

Long, Clark R. — Carter. Wheat. 

Lounsbery, A. — Libby. Alfalfa. 

Magee, Phil. — Lolo. Oats. 

Mangar, Rich.— White Sulphur Springs. Al- 
f;ilf;i, timothy. 

Manis, T. J.— Big Timber. Oats. 

Martinell, E. M.— Dell. Clover. 

Matt, H.— Aries. Oats. 

Meany, W. M.— Plains. Wheat. 

Meloy, P. J. — ^Townsend. Wheat. 



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Miles, George — Bozeman. Timothy, barley. 

Miller & McCan. — Stacey. Oats. 

Miller, U. S.— Hardin. Flax. 

Milne, R. — Big Timber. Potatoes. 

Monforton, Ernest — Salesville. Wheat. 

Moore, Dall — Wise River. Clover. 

Mysse, C. — Reed Point. Flax. 

McDonald, Fred — White Sulphur Springs. 

Wheat. 
McDonnell, Ernest-— Bozeman. Clover, timothy. 
McFayden, J. L. — Dillon. Wheat. 
Nash & Wassenaar — Bozeman. Barley. 
Nash, J. P. — Bozeman. Wheat, oats. 
Nelson, Theo. — Dillon. Oats. 
Newgard, Fred — Ronau. Potatoes. 
Norris, R. L. — Simms. Alfalfa, flax, w^heat, 

barley. 
Overstreet, E. W. — Salesville. Timothy, 
Packard, Dr. L. R.— Whitehall. Alfalfa. 
Palmer, Mrs. Chas, — Eureka. Potatoes. 
Parker, Thos. — Anaconda. Orchard grass, 

bromus inermis. 
Perkin, Alfred — Warm Springs. Barley. 
Phillips, James — Dillon. Potatoes. 
Piatt, Herman — Como. Potatoes. 
Piatt, H. & Sons — Como. Potatoes. 
Plummer, F. M. — Libby. Clover. 
Popham, E. L. — Victor. Wheat. 
Potts, Jos.— Wise River. Clover, timothy. 
Rader, Chas. T. — White Sulphur Springs. Al- 
falfa. 
Ravette, J. H. — Bozeman. Wheat. 
Reed, Val. — ^White Sulphur Springs. Clover. 
Rehder, Jacob — Missoula. Rye, alfalfa, peas. 
Richlie, Ernest — Missoula. Potatoes. 
Ringling, John — White Sulphur Springs. Clo- 
ver. 
Robinson, Frank — Dillon. Potatoes. 
Robinson, Roy — Cardwell. Blue grass, clover. 
Rock, Wm. — Lolo. Wheat. 
Rossman, J. J. — Bozeman. Wheat. 
Roub, H. D. — Hinsdale. Potatoes. 
Ru'^nell Bros. & Scott — Eureka. Timothy, 

clover. 
Savage, Wm. — Troy. Clover. 
Scott, P. D. — White Sulphur Springs. Blue 

grass, timothy, clover. 
Scuct, W. E.— Eureka. Potatoes. 
Scollard, D. A. — Bozeman. Wheat. 
Seigling, Gus — Armington. Buckwheat, wheat, 
barley, rye, oats, alfalfa, bromus inermis, 
vetch, flax. 
Sheridan, Thos.^Helena. Alfalfa. 
Sherman, Chas. — White Sulphur Springs. Oats. 
Sibley, John — White Sulphur Springs. Clover, 

alfalfa. 
Smith, Wm. — Cardwell. Barley. 
Staflferson, Wm.— White Sulphur Springs. 

Timothy, alfalfa, clover, oats. 
Stafford, A. H. — Bozeman. Wheat. 
Stephens, D. J. — Wisdom. Bromus inermis, 

native grasses. 
Stewart, W. H.— Boulder. Rye. 
Story, T. B. — Bozeman. Wheat. 
Sumner, F. C. — Clyde Park. Flax, wheat, 
barley, alfalfa, orchard grass, bromus in- 
ermis, clover, flax seed, peas, buckwheat, 
rye, clover seed, alfalfa seed, brome grass 
seed, orchard grass seed, millet seed, tim- 
othy. 
Talbott, W. V. — Armington. Grain, millet, 
timothy, orchard grass, clover, alfalfa, 
seeds, peas, potatoes. 
Thomas, B. M. — Libby. Alfalfa, timothy. 
Thompson, W. S. — Townsend. Clover. 
Tolliver, Mrs. E. L. — Monarch. Blue grass, 

native grasses, timothy, millet, alfalfa. 
Trueman, Dick — Wise River. Clover. 
Turnage Bros. — St. Ignatius. Alfalfa. 
Valinum, C, H. — Bridger. Beans. 
Vallance, John — Hamilton. Potatoes. 
Verwolf, John — Manhattan. Wheat. 



Voges, C. W.— Big Timber. Oats. 

Vote, F. W.— St. Ignatius. Flax. 

Walters, Cab.— White Sulphur Springs. Clo- 
ver. 

Wentworth, C. L. — Lewistown. Wheat, bar- 
ley, flax, alfalfa, timothy, clover. 

West, Thos. W. — Havre. Potatoes. 

Whitecraft, Durel — Deer Lodge. Wheat. 

White, Geo. A. — Helena. Alfalfa, timothy. 

White, Geo. M. — Birdseye. Blue grass, clover. 

White, Mat. W. — Bozeman. Bromus inermis. 

Whitney, G. M.— Bozeman. Clover, bromus 
inermis, wheat, oats. 

Willard, E, A.— Hardin. Flax, wheat, clover, 
corn. 

Williams, Dr. W. M.— Harlem. Alfalfa seed. 

Williams, W. O.— Jefferson City. Barley. 

Willis, C. C— Plains. Clover. 

Winslow, C. W. — Whitehall. Clover, wheat. 

Wisner, Montgomery — Bozeman. Wheat. 

Wood, George — Bozeman. Wheat. 

Wood, George — Bozeman. Wheat. 

Wood, J. T. — Victor. Potatoes. 

Wood, N, S.— Ravelli. Clover. 

Youngblut, Henry — Helena. Wheat. 

Zehntner, Jacob — White Sulphur Springs. 
Oats, clover. 

MISSOURI 

Location: Ave. 0, cor. 6th St. 

GROUP 117 

Cunningham, J. A. — Caruthersville. Tobacco. 

Henry County — Tobacco. 

GROUP 120 
Missouri — State of — Agricultural exhibit of 

gi-ains and grasses. 
Baumgartner, S. — Pierce City. Agricultural 

exhibit, grains, grasses. c 

Clark, F. E.— Pierce City. Wheat, millet. 
Cunningham, J. A. — Caruthersville. Sorghum, 

alfalfa. 
Grifferds, Al.— Urich. Oats. 
Grove, Chas. — Princeton. 
Henry County — Agricultural exhibit of grains 

and grasses. 
McCay, Robt. — Urich. Oats, clover, grasses. 
Smith, Sherman — Princeton. Broom corn. 
Smith, Chris. — Bunceton. Agricultural exhibit 
of grains and grasses. 

GROUP 182 

Cuningham, J. A. — Caruthersville. Cotton. 

NEVADA 

Location: Av. A, bet. 9th & 10th Sts. 

GROUP 114 

Nevada, State of — Reno, Nev. Model dairy 

farm. 

GROUP 118 

Nevada, State of — Reno, Nev. Nevada cream- 
eries & dairy farms shown by photographs ; 
specimens of garden crops. 
GROUP 119 

Nevada, State of — Reno, Nev. Experiments, 
maps, charts, photographs, statistics, etc., 
pertaining to the advancement of agricul- 
ture. Collective exhibit of soils. 
GROUP 120 

Antel-'pe Land & Cattle Co. — Yerington. Veg- 
etables. 

Anker, Peter — Lovelock. 

Badt, M. & Co.— Wells. Wheat. 

Barlow, A. H. — Mason. Potatoes. 

Barrett, Geo. — Yerington. Potatoes. 

Piddleman, Geo.— Reno. Potatoes. 

Power, G. M. — T,amoille. Wheat, Rye, Oats. 

Boyer. R. C— Mason. Timothy. 

Bradshaw, J. D. — Paradise. Alfalfa Seed. 

Carson Valley Improvement Club — Vegetables. 



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Chillen, A. — Reno. Potatoes. 

Casey, J. A. — Lovelock. Alfalfa. 

Churchill Co. Chamber of Com. — Vegetables. 

Cirac, C. P. — Stillwater. Sugar Beets. 

Colombo, G. B.— Reno. Vegetables. 

Conway Co., P. J.— Wabuska. Alfalfa Seed. 

Cordry, B. F. — Mason. Oats. 

Cross, E. — Yerington. Wheat. 

Dabney, W. S. — Reno. Vegetables, Onions. 

Dangberg, H. F. — Minden. Wheat. 

Dapoli, John — Dasrton. Sugar Beets. 

Deitz, Wm. — Northam. Sugar Beets. 

Dolf, Thos. — Fallon. Sugar Beets. 

Dominco, P. — Yerington. Barley. 

Dominici, P. — Mason. Barley. 

Eason, R. W. — Mason. Alfalfa. 

Elko Development League — Elko. Vegetables. 

Elko Dry Farm — Blaine. Barley, Oats, Rye. 

Ferguson, J. W.— Fallon. Sugar Beets. 

Pemley Water Users' Assn. — Fernley. Vege- 
tables, 

Freedhoflf, Geo. — ^Yerington. Potatoes. 

CJhileri, A. — Reno. Potatoes. 

Grifith, Edw. — Las Vegas. Root Crops. 

Hascall, C. A. — Fallon. Root Crops, Wheat. 

Henningsen, Geo.— Minden. Barley, Timothy. 

Kaeding, G. L.— Battle Mtn. Alfalfa Seed. 

Kent, Chas.— Stillwater. Sugar Beets. 

■Kent, C. E.— Fallon. Wheat. 

Langford, W. L.— Fallon. Wheat, Oats 

Langford, W. L.— Stillwater. Timothy 

Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce — Las Vegas 
Vegetables. 

Lye, E. J. & Sons— Paradise. Timothy, Barley. 

Lyon County Improvement Club— Vegetables. 

Mason Valley— Grasses. 

Mattley, John — Reno. Potatoes. 

McGowan, J.— Yerington. Wheat. 

McLeod, C. A. — Yerington. Wheat. 

McLogan. D.— Mason. Alfalfa 

Menke, Wm.— Reno. Potatoes. 

Mianchi, B. — Yerington. Barley 

Penrose, Wm.— Wabuska. Alfalfa Seed 

Perrazo, L.— Glendale. Root Crops, Potatoes. 

Pyramid Indians— Pyramid. Oats, Timothy. 

Pyramid Indian School— Pyramid. Barley 

Oar, Frank— Fallon. Sugar Beets. 

^afetto, Louis— Glendale. Potatoes. 

;8uddell, W. C— Lovelock. Barley 

?fr ,?o°lPercial Club— Reno. Vegetables. 

Schields, R. C— Yerington. Wheat 

Semenza, A.— Reno. Onions 

Shields, R.— Mason. Millet 

Shields. R. v.— Yerington. Wheat. 

Shiappacasse, A.— Reno. Potatoes 

^nyder, J— Yerington. Wheat. 

Springmeyer, Chas— Minden. Timothy. 

•T.tation Farm— Reno. Timothy 

SrnJ^'^/- ^--Wadsworth. Potatoes. 

TaS^f ' A^- 4:— .Yerington. Barley, Alfalfa. 

Tamagim, A— Yerington. Barley. 

?;nnnv'*?.°T^^J^*?^^^"«- ^l^^^^a. Barley. 
Vannoy O. J.— Fallon. Vegetables, 
waits Bros.— Reno. Vegetables. 
Werner, Otto— Reno 

>Villiams W H.— Fallon. Sugar Beets. 
Wilson, G. E.-^ordyke. Oats. 



GROUP 132 

\dams & McGill— McGill. Nevada Wool. 
^".°i:.a.^-^^^2^ Vegas. Cotton. 
Jriffith, R W.— Las Vegas. Cotton. 
■Tenkins, W T. Co.— Battle Mountain. Wool. 
Jellonwell Jones Co — Boston, Mass. Wool. 
Leayitt, J. D.— St. Thomas. Cotton. 
McBride, J. A.— Elko. Wool 
?fiw* Cal Land & Stock Co.-Reno. Wool. 
Talbot, J. F. — Reno. Wool. 
Taylor, J. G.— Lovelock. Wool 
University of Nevada— Reno. Wool 
Wheeler, D. C, Inc.— Reno. Wool " 



NEW YORK. 

Location Av. B, bet. 4th & 5th Sts. 

The complete list of exhibits from New 
York in the Department of Agriculture will 
appear in revised edition of the Catalogue. 

OHIO 

Location: Av. A, bet. 8th & 9th Sts. 

The complete list of exhibits from Ohio in 
the Department of Agriculture will appear 
in revised edition of the Catalogue. 

OREGON 

Location: Ave. D, bet. 4th & 6th Sts. 
GROUP 120 

Achilis, Fred — Oregon City. Corn, alfalfa. 

Ames, W. — Eugene. Oats. 

Anderson, H. S., Judge— Oregon City. Oats. 

Bachman, Jos. — Clarkomas. Onion seeds. 

Boege, H. — Wilsonville. Oats. 

Bynon, F. S. — Salem. Corn. 

Califf, C. S. — Eugene. Clover, Alfalfa. 

Chindgren, O. P. — Mulino. Wheat. 

Columbia Land & Produce Co. — The Dalles. 
Wheat. 

Cottage Grove Grange — Cottage Grove. Grain. 

Creswell Grange — Creswell. Oats. 

Daugherty Bros. — Molalla. Wheat, oats. 

Davis, W. H. — Houton. Wheat. 

Davies, O. M. — Oregon City. Wheat, oats. 

Dennis, R.— The Dalles. Wheat. 

Dimrick, G. B. — Oregon City. Corn. 

Edwards, J. K. — Junction City. Wheat. 

Funk, L. — Oregon City. Wheat, corn. 

Gribble, A. D. — Macksburge. Wheat. 

Guthrie, H. — Monmouth. Wheat. 

Harlow, M. Eugene — Orchard grass. 

Hughes, L. — St. Paul. Pop corn. 

Hyde, M. — Albany. Corn. 

Ingram, Geo. — Oregon City. Wheat. 

Johnston Bros. — Milwaukie. Onions. 

Klalskanie Commercial Club — Klalskanie. Po- 
tatoes. 

Koon, C. — Eugene. Clover, orchard grass. 

Kruse, H. O. — Wilsonville. Wheat. 

Lawton, W. B. — Oregon City. Barley. 

Leek, E. — Oregon City. Wheat. 

Loncoy — •Milwaukie. Clover, rye. 

Lowe, D. M. — Ashland. Alfalfa, grain, clover, 
broom grass. 

Martin, A. W. — Albany. Corn. 

McClanahan, E. J. — Eugene. Alfalfa. 

Merrick, A. N. — Clackamas. Oats, wheat. 

Minor, A. C. — Heppner. Grain. 

Minor, O. W. — Heppner. Broom corn. 

Muller, F. W. — Oregon City. Barley, wheat. 

Nairn, C. D. — Amity. Oats, wheat. 

Peck, B. H. — Heppner. Wheat. 

Pelzold, O. — Eugene. Oats. 

Risley, J. — Milwaukie. Wheat. 

Roadannel Bros. — Milwaukie. Onions, 

Rodman, J. — Aurora. Barley. 

Schatz, Wm. — Wilsonville. Oats, wheat, 

Scramlin Grocer Co. — Macksburg. Oats, 

Smead, W. W. — Heppner. Wheat. 

Smith, J. W. — Macksburg. Grain. 

Severn, J. — Junction City. Oats, wheat, 

Stanley, H. — Oregon City. Barley, 

Steiner, F. — Oregon City. Wheat. 

Taylor, W. A. — Macleay. Corn. 

Warren, E. M. — Eugene. Grain, clover, 
grasses. 

Willa Kenzie Grange — Eugene. Grasses, clo- 
ver, wheat. 

Wilson, Capt. F.^Eugene. Wheat. 

Wise, J. — Milwaukie. Rye. 

Young, C. M. — Oats. 

Young, W. — Eugene. Wheat. 



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UTAH 
Location: Av. A & 10th St. 
The complete list of exhibits from Utah in 
the Department of Agriculture will appear in 
revised edition of the Catalogue. 

VIRGINIA 

Location: Av. A & 8th St. 

GROUP 120 

Bellwood, James — So. Richmond. Complete 

ugricultural exhibit of grains, grasses, etc. 

Virginia, State of — Tobacco exhibit. 

WASHINGTON 

Location: Ave. A, bet. 6th & 7th Sts. 

GROUP 120 

Benton County Grange and Commercial Clubs 

— Corn, agricultural products. 
Chamber of Commerce, by C. W. H. Heide- 

man — Spokane. Pedigree seeds. 
Clallam County Fair Association — Port An- 
geles. Grains, grasses, potatoes, vegetables. 
Island County Fair Association— Oak Harbor 

and Soupeville. Wheat, barley, oats. 
North Yakima Commercial Club — North Yak- 
ima. Grains and grasses. 
Olympic Peninsula Fair Association — Port 
Townsend. Collective exhibit: 
Engle, C. T. — Port Townsend. Barley. 
Gastinean, A, M. — Fort Townsend. Barley. 
Hooker, J. E. — Port Townsend. Wheat. 
Hutchinson, J, M. — Port Townsend. Rye. 
Nailor, E. J. — Port Townsend. Oats. 
Searry, Mrs. H. — Port Townsend. Wheat. 
Ritzville Commercial Club — Ritzville. Grain, 

alfalfa, feterita. 
Skagit County Fair Association — Burlington. 
Collective exhibit : 
Benson, Ben — Burlington. Oats. 
Chase, J. L. — Burlington. Clover, wheat. 
Connor, F. J. S. — La Connor. Alfalfa. 
Downey, Pater — La Connor. Oats. 
Gear, L. — La Connor. Oats. 
Hansen, C. C. — La Connor. Oats. 
Hall, J. W.— Burlington. Alfalfa. 
Johnson, Ole — Burlington. Oats. 
Knight, Grant— La Connor. Oats. 
Knutzen, C. — Burlington. Oats, rye, vetch. 
La Connor Land Co. — La Connor. Oats. 
Hunzicker, K.— ^Burlington. Clover. 
Poison, Alfred — Burlington. Clover. 
Sampson, Kay — Burlington. Alfalfa. 
Scott, S. C. — Burlington. Alfalfa. 
Ovemle, T. M. — Burlington. Barley. 
Nelson & Smith — Burlington. Wheat. 
Tyersland, Ben — O'Connor. Oats. 
Snohomish County Fair Association — Everett. 

Grains and grasses. 
Southwestern Washington Fair Association — 
Lewis County. Collective exhibit: 
Anderson, F. O. — Centralia. Wheat, timothy. 
Albred, Sol — Centralia. Timothy. 
Bush, J. C. — Chehalis. Timothy. 
Boatman, M. — Centralia. Orchard grass. 
Carney, Ed— Centralia. Grass. 
Crown, Ed — Chehalis. Orchard grass. 
Degeler, F. A. — Centralia. Rye, oats, wheat. 
Degeler, Mrs. F. A. — Centralia. Grass. 
Davis, S. S.— Centralia. Timothy. 
Esham, W. — Centralia. Wheat. 
Edwards, W. H. — Centralia. Wheat. 
Goodrich, C. E. — Centralia. Oats. 
Gibson, N. H. — Chehalis. Orchard grass. 
Hilford Bros. — Centralia. Barley. 
Hensen, J. E. — Centralia. Buckwheat, flax, 

field peas. 
Jensen, H. — Centralia. Oats. 
Lehman, F. F. — Chehalis. Wheat. 
Mattson, John — Chehalis. Wheat. 
Milem, J. E. — Chehalis. Garden Peas. 
Myers, A — Centralia. vetch. 



Nelson, Nels— Centralia. Wheat. 

Orten, L. H. — Centralia. Oats. 

Raybon, H. — Centralia. Oats. 

Rimapel, K.— Chehalis. Orchard grass. 

Shaffer Bros. — Centralia. Wheat. 

Thacker, J. G. — Centralia. Timothy. 

Wall, W. E. — Centralia. Timothy. 

Walters, J. W. — Centralia. Clover. 

Woods, F. M. — Centralia. Timothy. 

Young, Ed — Centralia. Timothy, orchard 
grass. 
Spokane Chamber of Commerce — Spokane. 

Inland Empire grain and grass exhibit. 
Sunnyside District — Collective exhibit: 

Barnes, Wm. — Sunnyside. Potatoes. 

Sparsaddle, F. J. — Sunnyside. Corn. 

Eby, D. B. — Sunnyside. Corn. 

Greece, Chas. — Sunnyside. Potatoes. 

Goemmer, Mr. — Sunnyside. Potatoes. 

Harrison, W. H. — Sunnyside. Corn. 

Ogata, R. — Sunnyside. Potatoes. 

Pratt, Wm. — Sunnyside. Potatoes. 

Rowland, C. — Sunnyside. Corn. 

Ready, Ed — Sunnyside. Potatoes. 

Skinner, M. Q.^Sunnyside. Potatoes. 

Sheller, Roscoe — Sunnyside. Corn. 

Simpson, J. W. — Sunnyside. Corn. 

Sutherland, Mr.— Sunnyside. Onions. 

Turner, A. C. — Sunnyside. Corn. 
Walla Walla Commercial Club — Walla Walla. 

Grain, alfalfa, timothy. 
Washington State College — Pullman. Agricul- 
tural exhibit. 
Whitman County Federation of Commercial 

Clubs — Pullman, Wash. Grain, grasses. 

Collective exhibit: 

Arten, H. M.— Pullman. Wheat. 

Bryant, M. — Pullman. Wheat. 

Clark, J. — Pulman. Wheat. 

Durham, Ezra — Pullman. Wheat. 

Higgins, Vance — Pullman. Wheat. 

Jarron, W. — Colfax. Wheat. 

McCroskey, Geo. — Palouse. Wheat. 

Slagle, E. M. — Pullman. Wheat. 

Whitelow, M. W.— Pullman. Wheat. 

GROUP 134 

Washington, State of — Photos, maps, data, 
etc., pertaining to the lumber industry. 

Day Lumber Co.— ^Seattle. Shingles. 

Gillespie, J. B. — Hoquiam. Table. 

Schuneman, W. C. — Hoquiam. Table. 

West Coast Lumber Manufacturers Assn. — Ta- 
coma. Commercial Lumber products in va- 
rieties of finish. 

WISCONSIN 
Location: Av. A, bet. 6th & 7th Sts. 
GROUP 120 
SEEDS, CEREALS, GRASSES 
Bell, F. E. — Columbus. Wheat. 
Benedict, E. L. — Beloit. Corn, Clover. 
Bohl, R. T.— ^Beaver Dam. Corn, Barley. 
Block, H. J.— Burlington. Corn, Wheat. 
Brueckner, H. C. — -Jefferson. Corn. 
Brunker, J. E.— Ridgeway. Corn. 
Clingman, E. E. — Reedsburg. Corn, Rye. 
Dengel, Peter — La Crosse. Oats. 
Dettwiier, John — Monroe. Corn. 
Draheim, H. T. — Gotham. Grain and Hay. 
Ellickson, A. C. — Arlington. Corn, Oats. 
Freehoff, R. E.— Coon Valley. Corn, Seed. 
Getchman, Chas. N. — Freedom. Oats, Seeds. 
Gorsege, M. E. — Haven. Soy Beans. 
Grebe, Fred. — Fox Lake. Corn, Hay. 
Groth, Louis — Cedarburg. Rye. 
Haney, O. A. — Lone Rock. Corn. 
Hans, J. — .Tefferson. Grain, Clover. 
Hans, Enoch- — Rochester. Clover, Alfalfa. 
Hanson, L. — Eleva. Timothy. 
Hemmy, P. A. — Humbird. Clover. 
Hecketsweiler, O. J. — Alma Center. Corn. 



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Hintz, H. S.— Ouk Field. Corn. 
Howitt, C. H.— Randolph. Grain, Alfalfa. 
Hubbard, L. — Evansville. Rye. 
Joos, Frank — Alma Center. Corn. 
Jung, J. W. — Randolph. Corn and Seeds. 
Kaltenberg & Sons — Waunakee. Corn. 
Katel, W. C. — Kewaunee. Rye. 
Kelly, A. N. — Mineral Point. Corn, hay. 
Klein, Alfred — Lomira. Barley, oats. 
Kneeland, Peter — Windsor. Beans. 
Koltes, Jas. — Dane. Oats, clover, seed. 
Krause, J. L.— Beaver Dam. Grain, clover. 
Leonard, Geo, H. — Jefferson. Corn, grain. 
Leonard, Wm. — Jefferson. Popcorn, grain. 
Lindly, F. J. — Fox Lake. Clover. 
Messerschmidt, S. H. — Madison. Corn. . 
Miritz, O. F.— Fond du Lac. Corn, oats. 
Moos, Wm. — Onalaska. Oats. 
Ochsner, A. — Plain. Clover. 
Paulson, P. A.— Hudson. Alfalfa. 
Pommerenlng, E. C. — Oshkosh. Oats. 
Popp, Arthur— Jefferson. Grain, alfalfa. 
Raessler, N. — Beloit. Grain. 
Ristow, C. S.— Black River Falls. Corn. 
Rodwell, E. — Baraboo. Corn. 
Rosenow, H. E. — Oconomowoc. Corn. 
Russell, A. G.— Janesville. Oats. 
Schmidt Bros. — Foxboro. Clover. 
Schoenbeck, H. — Enterprise. Barley. 
Schwandt, Wm. — Deer Park. Corn. 
Sebion, S. — Westby. Clover seed and hay. 
Steinhoff, W.— Platteville. Clover. 
Swarz Bros.— Waukesha. Alfalfa. 



Thompson, A. — Black River Falls. Corn. 

Thorpe, E. B. — Monroe. Corn. 

Thorpe, J. R. — Tavera. Grain and clover. 

Van Loon, J. — La Crosse. Corn. 

Ward, R.— Ft. Atkinson. Grain. 

Ward, T. — Ft. Atkinson. Grain. 

West, H. P. — Ripon. Grain. 

Wichern, A. — Baraboo. Corn. 

Wichern, W.— Baraboo. Corn. 

Weilinga, J., Midway, Wis. Agriculture. Av. 
A, bet. 6th & 7th Sts. Corn, State In- 
spected Golden Glow, Wis., No. 12, Seed 
Corn for sale, grown by a specialist. 

Zachar — Racine. Oats, rye. 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT EXHIBIT 
PALACE OF AGRICULTURE 

Location: Ave. D, bet. 4th & 6th Sts. 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF 
AGRICULTURE 

Bureau of Animal Industry. 
Bureau of Biological Survey. 
Bureau of Chemistry. 
Bureau of Plant Industry. 
Forest Service. 
Office of Experiment Stations. 
Weather Bureau. 
A complete list of the exhibits of the De- 
partment will appear in the revised edition of 
the catalogue. 



FOREIGN SECTION AGRICULTURE 



ARGENTINE 
Location: 6th St., bet. Avs. D & E. 
The complete list of exhibits from Argen- 
tine in the Department of Agriculture will 
appear in revised edition of the Catalogue. 

CHINA 
The complete list of exhibits from China in 
the Department of Agriculture will appear in 
the revised edition of the Catalogue, 

CUBA 
Location: Av. D & 8th St. 
The complete list of exhibits from Cuba in 
the Department of Agriculture will appear in 
the revised edition of the Catalogue. 

HONDURAS 
Location: 1st St. & Av. D 
The complete list of exhibits from Hon- 
duras in the Department of Agriculture will 

appear in the revised edition of the Catalogue. 

JAPAN 

Location: Avs. C & D, bet. 1st & 2nd Sts. 

GROUP 119 

Noshomusho Suisan Kyoku — Models of fishing 
boats, fishery. Specimens of aquatic prod- 
ucts. Statistics. 

Noshomusho Nomukyoku — Specimens of agri- 
cultural products. Annual statistics. 

Taiwan Sotokufu Shokusan Kyoku — Map 
showing the distribution of principal prod- 
ucts in Formosa. Specimens of products. 
GROUP 120 

Misaburo Kinbara — Tokyo. Comellia Oil. 

Torajiro Inoue — Hyogo. Bean Oil. 

Hlrano Daizu Kogyo Kabushiki Kaishar— 
Hyogo. Bean Oil. 

Hoiji Hiraso — Hyogo. Sesame Oil. 

Dalzu Hyohaku Kabushiki Kaisha — Aichi. 
Bean Oil. 

Sugiji Shokai— Aichi. Bean Oil. 



Saburo Oguri — Aichi. Bean Oil. 

Kamomatsu' Okuda — Aichi. Bean Oil. 

Soiyu Seimai Kabushiki Kaisha — Aichi. Bean 
Oil. 

Ono Yusho Kabushiki Kaisha — Aichi. Vege- 
table Oil. 

Pukuiken Seijmgyo Kumiai — Fukui. Paulowina 
Oil. 

Yoshizo Honma — Chiba. Paulowina Oil. 

Minosuko Tsuchiya— Chiba. Paulownia Oil. 

Yoshizo Watanabe — Chiba. Paulownia Oil. 

Bunichi Kitagaki — Shinano. Paulownia Oil. 

Kamejiro Ishibashi — Shinano. Paulownia Oil. 

Chujiro Yagi — Saga. Camellia Oil. 

Shinsaburo Nonaka — Saga. Camellia Oil. 

Taniya Gomeikaisha Shucchosho — Fukuoka. 
Vegetable Oil. 

Settsu Seiyu Kabushiki Kaisha — Osaka. Veg- 
etable Oil. 

Sadajiro Yoshiwara — Osaka. Vegetable Oil. 

Kagoshimaken Seiyu Kabushiki Kaisha — Kag- 
oshima. Vegetable Oil. 

Shinjiro Nishimura - • Kagoshima. Vegetable 
Oil. 

Goshikaisha Yokkaichi Seiyu-Jo — Miye. Veg- 
etable Oil. 

Goshikaisha Notogowa Seiyu-Jo — Shiga. Vege- 
table Oil. 

Otaru Seiyu Kabushiki Kaisha — Hokkaido. 
Vegetable Oil. 

Hokkai Seyu Kabushiki Kaisha — Hokkaido. 
Vegetable Oil. 

Nozawagumi — Kanagawa. Vegetable Oil. 

Yesaku Hori — Nagano. Silkworm Oil. 

Yugon Sokinin Shinyo Hanbai Kobai Kumiai 
Yoda Gumi — Nagano. Silkworm Oil. 

Suezo Akaboshi— Kumamoto. Camellia Oil. 

Kahei Uyeda — Kumamoto. Camellia Oil. 

Kazuma Ishii — Nagasaki. Camellia Oil. 

Tomihei Kamakuchi — Nagasaki. Camellia Oil. 

Eizo Mizoye — Nagasaki. Camellia Oil. 

Yosaku Nagamatsu— Nagasaki. Camellia Oil. 

Chukichi Furuyama — Osaka. Sorghum. 

Yosuko Koga — Osaka. Sorghum. 

Toyo Shubyo Shokai — San Francisco. Seeds. 



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Torojiro Watase — ^Tokvo. Seeds. Hort. Pal., 
Av. A, cor. 4th St.. 

GROUP 121 
Matsuye Umimatsusho Kumiai — Shimane. Sea 

Weed. 
Shizuoka Shoga, Hechima, TogarasM Kakkasei 

Dogyo Kumiai — Shizuoka. Gourd. 
Nazawa Gumi — Kanagawa. Gourd. 
Sahei Ukida — Okayama. Gold Nuts. 
Yasujiro Sumikawa — Yamaguchi. Gold Nuts. 
Kumano Sanrinkai — Wakayama. Gold Nuts. 
Higashi Murogun Ringyokai — Wakayama. 

Gold Nuts. 

GROUP 126 

Tomoyasu Hirano — Tokyo. Fish Oil. 
ehitaro Ito — Osaka. Cod Liver Oil. 
Kogyo Goshikaisha — Osaka. Cod Liver Oil. 
Kyoto, Osaka, Hyogo, Kanton Suisan Kumiai — 

Osaka. Isinglass. 
Nozawa Gumi — Kanagawa. Fish Oil. 
Shinno Kanton Suwa Suisan Kumiai — Nagano. 

Isinglass. 

GROUP 132 
Abe Shoton — Kanagawa. Feathers. 
Nippon Hiko Kabushiki Kaisha — Tokyo. 

Feathers. 
Giransho Nokai — Giran. Taro Hemp. 
Shinchiku Sho Nokai — Shinchiku. Taro Hemp. 
Tainancho Nokai — Tainan. Taro Hemp. 

GROUP 134 
Noshomusho Sanrin Kyoku — Model showing 
the distribution of forests in Japan. Speci- 
mens of principal woods in Japan. Speci- 
mens of products. 

GROUP 135 
Mitsui Bussan Kaisha — Tokyo. Lumber. 
Takesei Goshikaisha — Tokyo. Bamboo. 
Cho Yui — Tokyo. Marquetry. 
Moritaro Takeichi — Tokyo. Lumber. 
Chujiro Aiba — Tokyo. Lumber. 
Kyoto Takesho Kumiai — Kyoto. Bamboo. 
Masuda Goshikaisha — Kanagawa. Lumber. 
Taisuke Osada — Hyogo. Bamboo. 
Kobe Seichiku Kabushiki Kaisha — ^Hyogo. 

Bamboo. 
Harunosuke Shima — Ebaragi. Charcoal. 
Kickijiro Asano — Aichi. Veneer Wood. 
Nippon Gakki Seizo Kabushiki Kaisha — Shi- 

zouka. Veneer Wood. 
Chujiro Segawa — Shiga. Bamboo. 
Hagi Chikuzai Kabushiki Kaisha — Yamagun- 

chi. Bamboo. 
Hidakagun Mokutan Dogyo Kumiai — Waka- 
yama. Charcoal. 
Nishimurogun Mokutan Dogyo Kumiai — Wa- 

kavama. Charcoal. 
Hidaka Kokuchiku Hanbai Kumiai— Waka- 
yama. Black Bamboo. 
Jujiro Tamai — Taihoki. Wood Fibre. 
Yugen Sekinin Taiko Boseki Kobai Hanbai 

Kumiai — Taichu. Wood Fibre. 
Oitaken Mokuro Dogyo Kumiai — Oita. Wood 

Wax. 
Chikugo Mokuro Dogyo Kumiai — Fukuoka. 

Wood Wax. 
Chikuzen Mokuro Dogyo Kumiai — Fukuoka. 

Wood Wax. 
Bunson Mokuro Dogyo Kumiai — Fukuoka. 

Wood Wax. 
Hizen Mokuro Dogyo Kumiai — Saga. Wood 

Wax. 
Kitagumi Kawachi Gomei Kaisha — Hyogo. 

Wood Wax. 
Eisuko Shimizu — Hyogro. Wood Wax. 
Higo Seiro Kabushiki Kaisha — Kumamoto. 

Wood Wax. 
Chojiro Murakami — Ehime. Wood Wax. 
Deijiro Nakagawa — Ehime. Wood Wax. 
Yoshikichi Mineoi — ^^Ehime. Wood Wax. 



PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. 

Location: Av. D, 2nd, 3rd & 4th Sts. 

GROUP 114. 

Government of the Philippine Islands. Manila, 

P. I. Farm house. 

GROUP 115. 
Government of the Philippine Islands. Manila, 

P. I. Farm machinery and agricultural im- 
plements. 
Heing, A. Manila, P. I. Farm cart. 

GROUP 117. 
Alhambra Cigar Factory, Manila, P. I. Leaf 

tobacco, cigars and cigarettes. 
Catubusan Cigar Factory. Manila, P. I. - 

Cigars. 
Compania General de Tabacos de Filipinas. 

Manila, P. I. Leaf tobacco & mfg. products. 
Department of Mindanao and Sulu. Zam- 

beanga, Mindanao, P. I. Leaf tobacco. 
Germinal Cigar Factory. Manila, P. I. Leaf 

tobacco, cigars and cigarettes. 
Government of the Philippine Islands. Manila, 

P. I. Leaf tobacco, tobacco seeds. 
La Insular Cigar Factory. Manila, P. I. 

Cigars. 
Manila Commercial Company. Manila, P. I. 

Leaf tobacco, cigars and cigarettes. 
Province of Isabela, Philippine Govt. Ilagan, 

Isabela, P. I. Leaf tobacco. 
GROUP 118. 
Government of the Philippine Islands. Manila, 

P. I. Apparatus for stripping and cleaning 

abaca. 

GROUP 119. 
Government of the Philippine Islands. Manila, 

P. I. Statistical charts, agricultural publi- 
cations. 

GROUP 120. 
Compania General de Tabacos de Filipinas. '^ 

Manila, P. I. Cocoanuts, oil and fiber. 
Dept. of Mindanao and Sulu, Philippine Govt. 

Zamboanga, Mindanao, P. I. Rice, cacao, 

coffee, mangoes, cocoanuts, oil, copra. 
Government of the Philippine Islands. Manila, 

P. I. Complete agricultural exhibit of seeds, 

grasses, etc. 
J. T. Fena, Mgr. Rio Grande Rubber Estate. 

Cotabato, Mindanao, P. I. Peanuts and 

peanut oil. 
Patalon Plantation Co. Zamboanga, Minda- 
nao, P. I. Maize. 
Province of Laguna, Philippine Govt. Santa 

Cruz. P. I. Cocoanuts, copra and oil. 
Vegetable Oil Co. Manila, P. I. cocoanut 

oil. 

GROUP 121. 
Government of the Philippine Islands. Manila, 

P. I. Para rubber. 
Fenner, J. T. Cotabato. Gutta percha. 

GROUP 132. 
Government of the Philippine Islands. Manila, 

P. I. Complete exhibit of textile plants and 

their products. 
Dept. of Mindanao and Sulu, Philippine Govt. 

Mindanao, Zamboanga, P. I. Kapoc. 
German & Co. Manila, P. I. Knotted abaca 

(Manila hemp). 
Lutz & Co. Manila, P. I. Rolls of knotted 

abaca (Manila hemp). 
The Manila Commercial Co. Manila, P. I. 

Rolls and bobbins of knotted abaca braid. 
MacLeod & Co. Manila, P. I. Abaca (Manila 

hemp) and maguey in bales. 
Pacific Commercial Co. Manila, P. I. Abaca, 

kapoc seed. 
W. F. Stevenson & Co. Manila, P. I. Abaca 

and Maguey in bales. 
Smith, Bell & Co. Manila, P. I. Abaca and 

maguey in bales. 
O. V. Wood. Mailie, Davao, Mindanao, P. I. 

Abaca fiber. 



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GROUP I'Mi. 
Government of the Philippine Islands. Manila, 
P. I. Collections of useful and injurious in- 
sects. Appliances for destroying injurious 
insects. 

GROUP 134. 
Government of the Philippine Islands. Manila, 

P. I. A complete forestry exhibit. 
Government of the Philippine Islands. Manila, 
P. I. Mfg. and rough lumber of all descrip- 
tions. 

AGRICULTURE. 
GROUP 135. 

Born, S. A. & Co. San Francisco, Cal. Sec- 
tion of house with interior finish. 

Cadwallader Gibson Lumber Co. Manila, P. I. 
Flooring, lumber. 

Cailles, Juan. Sta. Maria, Laguna. Lumber. 

Davis Hardwood Co. San Francisco, Cal. 
Flooring and doors. 

Elgar, James. New York. Window and casing. 

Fenner, J. T. Cotabato, P. I. Lumbang oil 
and meal, etc. 

Insulae Lumber Co. Manila, P. I. Lumber, 
flooring. 

Kolambngan Lumber Co. & Development Co., 
The. Misamis. Flooring, rough lumber. 



Lyan & Co. Zamboanga. Lumber. 
Mindanao Lumber Co. Zamboanga. Flooring. 
Pacific Sash & Door Co. Los Angeles, Cal. 

Doors and panels. 
Pichel, Jose. Zamboanga. Lumber. 
Philippine Negros Lumber Co. (Occidental 

Negros). Cadiz. Lumber. 
Port Banga Lumber Co. Zamboanga. Lumber. 
Pujalte & Co. Manila. I^umber, flooring. 
Western Hardwood Lumber Co. Los Angeles, 

Cal. Veneer flitches and veneer. 

NEW ZEALAND 

Location: Avs. C & D, bet. 6th & 8th Sts. 

The complete list of exhibits from New Zea- 
land in the Department of Agriculture will 
appear in revised edition of the Catalogue. 

PORTO RICO. 
Location: 4th St., Avs. C & D. 
The complete list of exhibits from Porto Rico 
in the Department of Agriculture will appear 
in the revised edition of the Catalogue. 

SWEDEN 
The exhibit of Sweden classified in this 
Department is installed in the Swedish Build- 
ing, Avenue of Nations. 



Official Catalogue of 
Exhibitors 



Panama-Pacific International Exposition 

San Ffanciscot California, J9J5 

CHAS* C MOORE 

President 



Difcctof-in-Chicf 
FREDERICK J. V- SKIFF 

Division of Exhibits 

ASHER CARTER BAKER, Director 



Department H 

FOOD PRODUCTS 

T. G. STALLSMITH, Chief 



Preliminary Edition 



Published for the Division of Exhibits by 

The Wahlgreen Company, Official Publishers 
San Franciscot J9J5 



FOOD PRODUCTS 



Official Catalogue 
Department H 



CLASSIFICATION OF EXHIBITS 



Equipment and Methods Employed in the 
Preparation of Foods and Beverages. 

Vegetable Food Products and Agricultural Seeds. 

Farinaceous Products and Their Derivatives. 

Bread and Pastry. 

Animal Food Products. 

Preserved Meat, Fish, and Vegetables. 

Tobacco. 

Sugar and Confectionery, Condiments and 
Relishes; Nut and Fruit Foods. 

Waters and Unfermented Fruit Juices. 

Wines and Brandies. 

Syrup, and Liquors, Distilled Spirits and 
Commercial Alcohol. 

Fermented Beverages. 

Useful Insects and Their Products. 



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HOW TO LOCATE AN EXHIBIT 

The Palace of Food Products is laid out in blocks, which are 
consecutively numbered from 1 to 34, inclusive, as shown on the 
floor plan. The aisles are designated as streets (First to Sixth), 
running north to south, and as avenues (A to E), from east to west. 
To locate an exhibitor refer to the name, alphabetically arranged 
under the exhibit group to which each belongs in the official classi- 
fication, and note the aisles location following each name. Street 
and Avenue signs are erected at their intersection on the corners of 
all blocks. 

All Exhibits entered in this Catalogue are located in the Palace 
of Food Products, unless otherwise indicated after the entry. The 
following are abbreviations used in this Catalogue to designate other 
Exhibit Palaces : 

Fine Arts Palace Fn. A. Pal. 

Education Palace.... Ed. Pal. 

Liberal Arts Palace Lb. A. Pal. 

Manufactures Palace Mfr. Pal. 

Varied Industries Palace V. I. Pal, 

Machinery Palace Mch. Pal. 

Transportation Palace Trns. Pal. 

Agriculture Palace Agr. Pal. 

Food Products Palace Fd. Pr. Pal. 

Live Stock Palace Lv. St. Pal. 

Horticulture Palace Hor. Pal. 

Mines and Metallurgy Palace Min. Pal. 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Palace of Food Products 

Official Classification 
of Exhibits 



GROUP 117 
TOBACCO 

(Equipment, Processes .and Products.) 
Class 564. Equipment for manufacture. Construction of tobacco factories. 
Class 565. Laboratory applianc.:*^ 
Class 566. Manufactured productd. 

GROUP 122 
ANIMAL FOOD PRODUCTS 

Refrigerated fresh meats, poultry, game and fish; edible animal fats and oils, 

sterilized milk. 



Class 591. 

Class 592. 
Class 593. 
Class 594. 
Class 595. 



gelatines. 
Milk and cream, fresh or condensed : 
Butter in all forms. 
Cheese in all forms. 
Eggs; albuminoid foods and preparations. 



GROUP 123 
EQUIPMENT AND METHODS EMPLOYED IN THE PREPARATION OF FOODS AND 

BEVERAGES 
Class 597. Flour mills. Factories for the production of glucose and starch. 
Class 598. Manufacture of food pastes. 

Class 599. Bakeries: kneading machines, mechanical ovens; manufacture of ship biscuit. 
Class 600. Pastry works. 
Class 601. Methods and appliances for the utilization of refrigeration in food preservation. 

Refrigerators and household refrigerating machines. 
Class 602. Equipment and methods used for preserving fresh meats, game, fish, etc. 
Class 603. Factories for canning or curing meat, fish, vegetables and fruit. 
Class 604. Sugar manufactories and refineries. 
Class 605. Manufacture of chocolate and confectioneries. 
Class 606. Preparation of ices and sherbets. 
Class 607. Decortication and roasting of coffee, peanuts, etc. 
Class 608. Vinegar or pickling works. 

Class 609. Distilleries; distillers' machinery and supplies. 
Class 610. Wineries; methods and equipment employed in wine making; wine ferments; 

wine blending; wine preservatives. 
Class 611. Breweries; brewers' machinery and supplies, etc. 
Class 612. Manufacture of aerated waters; bottling works and machinery. 
Class 613. Various industries for the preparation of foods. 
Class 614, Olive oil presses and clarifying apparatus. 

GROUP 124 

FARINACEOUS PRODUCTS AND THEIR DERIVATIVES 

Class 615. Flour from cereals; grain from which the hulls have been removed, groats, potato 

starch, rice flour, flour from lentils or beans, gluten; prepared cereals. 
Class 616. Tapioca, sago, arrowroot, various starches, malt. Mixed farinaceous products. 
Class 617. Italian pastes: semolina, vermicelli, macaroni, noodles. Home-made pastes. 
Class 618. Infants' and invalids' foods. 



GROUP 125 
BREAD AND PASTRY 
Class 619. Breads, with or without yeast, fancy breads and breads in moulds, compressed 
breads for travelers, military campaigns, etc. Ship biscuits. Yeasts. Baking 
powders. 
Class 620. Pastry of various kinds peculiar to each country. Ginger bread and dry cakes 
for keeping. 

GROUP 126 
PRESERVED MEAT, FISH AND VEGETABLES 

Class 621, Meat preserved by any process. Salted meats, canned meats. Meat and soup 
tablets. Meat extracts, soups. Various pork products. 

Class 622. Fish preserved by any process. Salt fish, fish in barrels, cod, herring, etc. Fish 
preserved in oil; tunny, sardines, anchovies. Fish products; oil, roes, isin- 
glass, spermaceti, etc. 

Class 623. Canned lobster, canned oysters, canned shrimp, canned turtle, canned terrapin. 

Class 624, Vegetables preserved by various processes. 

Class 625. Army and navy commissary stores and equipment. 



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NUT AND FRUIT 



GROUP 127 
SUGAR AND CONFECTIONERY, CONDIMENTS AND RELISHES; 

FOODS 

Class 626. Sugar. Glucose. Syrups. 

Class 627. Confectionery. Chocolate. Glace fruits. 

Class 628. Foods mado from nuts or fruits. 

Class 629. Coffee, tea, substitutes for coffee ; mate, chicory and sweet acorns. 

Class 630. Vinegar. 

Class 631. Table salt. 

Class 632. Spices and their derivatives: pepper, cinnamon, allspice, flavouring extracts. 

Class 633. Mixed condiments and relishes: pickles, mustard, curries, sauces. 



Class 634. 



Class 635. 



Class 636. 
Class 637. 
Class 638. 
Class 639. 
Class 640. 



GROUP 128 
WATERS AND UNFERMENTED FRUIT JUICES 

Artificially aerated, carbonated or mineral waters, ginger ale, and other non- 
alcoholic beverages. Soda fountains, carbonating machinery, apparatus and 
fixtures ; filters and methods of purifying water for home use. 

Cider and other unfermented fruit juices. 

GROUP 129 
WINES AND BRANDIES 

Dry wines, red and white. 

Sweet wines: sherry, madeira, port, angelica, etc. 

Sparkling wines. 

Brandies. 

Grape juice, fermented. 



GROUP 130 
SYRUPS AND LIQUORS, DISTILLED SPIRITS AND COMMERCIAL ALCOHOL 

Class 641. Syrups and sweet liqueurs: anisette, curacoa, ratafia, benedictine, chartreuse, etc. 
Class 642. Aperients having alcohol or wine as a base: absinthe, bitters; vermouth, myrhh, 



Class 643. 
Class 644. 



Commercial alcohols: alcohol made from beets, molasses, grains, potatoes, etc. 
Various distilled spirits, whiskey, gin, rum, vodka, kirschwasser, sake, etc. 



GROUP 131 
FERMENTED BEVERAGES 

Class 645. Cider and perry. Ale, beer, porter and other malt liquors, 
other fermented drinks low in alcohol. 



Pulke, Koumiss and 



GROUP 133 
USEFUL INSECTS AND THEIR PRODUCTS, INJURIOUS INSECTS AND PLANT 

DISEASES 

Class 655. Systematic collections of useful and injurious insects. 

Class 656. Systematic collections of vegetable parasites from plants and animals. 

Class '657. Bees. Silkworms and other bombycids. Cochineal insects. 

Class 658. Appliances for rearing and keeping bees and silkworms. Bee and silkworm 

products ; honey, wax, cocoons. 
Class 659. Appliances and processes for destroying plant diseases and injurious insects. 



GROUP 117 
TOBACCO 

Alhambra Cigar & Cigarette Mfg. Co., Manila, 
P. I. Mfg. products. Av. E, bet. 3rd & 4th. 

Croger Cigar Co., Seattle, Wash. Mfg. prod- 
ucts. Av. A & 4th St. 

Cuesta, Rey & Co., Tampa, Florida. Havana 
Cigars. Av. A & 4th St. 

De Nobili Cigar Co., Long Island, N. Y. Ci- 
gars. Av. E & 5th St. 

Falk Tobacco Co., New York, N. Y. Mfg. 
Products. Av. E, bet. 3rd & 4th Sts. 

Frankel, Gerdts & Co., S. F., Cal. Cigars and 
their manuf. Av. A & 4th St. 

M. A. Gunst & Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Mfg. products. Av. E, bet. 3rd & 4th Sts. 

Moreda & Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Cigars. 
Av. E, bet. 3rd & 4th Sts. 

Petri Italian American Cigar Co., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Cigars. Av. A, cor. 5th St. 

United Cigars Mfrs. Co., Nerw York, N. Y. 
CigJirs. Av. E, bet. Ihd & 4th Sts. 

West Indies Cigar Co., Inc., The, New York, 
N. Y. Cigars. Av. E, bet. 3rd & 4th Sts. 



GROUP 120 

VEGETABLE FOOD PRODUCTS AND 

AGRICULTURAL SEEDS 

Southern Cotton Oil Co., New York, N. Y. 
Oil, edible. 3rd St., bet. Avs. D &; E. 

GROUP 122 
ANIMAL FOOD PRODUCTS 

Alpine Evaporated Cream Co., San Francisco. 
Evaporated Milk. 3d St., bet. Avs. B & C. 
Alpine Milk. Plants at Hollister and Gon- 
zales, California. San Francisco Offices, 
268 Market Street. 

Borden's Condensed Milk Co., New York. 
Condensed Milk. 3d St., bet. Avs. C & D. 
Borden's Eagle Brand Condensed Milk; 
Borden's Evaporated Milk; Borden's Malt- 
ed Milk; Borden's Sterilized Natural Milk. 
The Johnson-Locke Mercantile Co., San 
Francisco, Pacific Coast Representatives. 

California Central Creameries, S. F. Dairy 
Products. Av. E, cor. 3rd St. 

Citizens' Wholesale Supply Co., Columbus, O. 
Gelatine, etc. 4th St., bet. Avs. D & E. 



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Genesee Pure Food Co., Le Roy, N. Y. Gela- 
tine ice cream powders. Av. D, cor. 3d St. 

Idaho, State of. Col. Exhibit of Cheese. Agr. 
Pal. Avs. B & C, bet. 6th & 7th Sts. 

Jamison Cold Storage Door Co., Hagerstown, 
Md. Dairy Equip. Av. B, cor. 6th St. 

Llhby, McNeill & Libby, Chicago, 111. Canned 
Goods. Fd. Pr. Pal., Av. E, cor. 2nd St. 
Evaporated Milk, Condensed Milk. 

Minute Tapioca Co., Orange, Mass. Gelatine. 
Av. D & 4th St. Minute Gelatine, Measured 
for use. 

Nevada, State of. Collective Exh., Dairy Pro- 
ducts. Agr. Pal., Av. A, bet. 9th & 10th Sts. 

Pacific Coast Condensed Milk Co., Seattle, 
Wash. Evaporated Milk. Carnation Milk. 
Evaporated, Sterlized Milk. Avs. D & E, 
bet. 3d & 4th Sts. 

Rowe's, E. J., Boston. Collective Exh. Pure 
Foods. Avs. D & E, bet. 3d & 4th Sts. 

GROUP 123 

EQUIPMENT AND METHODS EMPLOYED 

IN THE PREPARATION OF FOODS 

AND BEVERAGES 

Airseal Vacuum Jar Co., New York, N. Y. Jar 
used for canning. 4th St., bet. Avs. D & E. 

Alaska Packers Association, San Francisco, 
Cal. Av. C, bet. 1st & 2nd Sts. Illustrat- 
ing the Salmon Industry ; Vessel and Sal- 
mon Cannery Models. Salmon Eggs and 
Fry. Mounted Salmon. Canned Salmon and 
Salmon Paste. 

American Chicle Co., Portland, Ore. Mfg. of 
Chewing Gum. Av. D, cor. 3rd St. 

Axtderson-Bamgrover Manufacturing Co., San 
Jose, Cal. Hort. Pal., Av. E. Fruit grader, 
Canning Tables, Distributing Systems, Sli- 
cer. Can Marker ; Syruper, Exhausters and 
Lye Pealer. Continuous Agitating Cooker 
& Cooler for canned foods, copper kettle, 
pulper; Tomato washer, scalder and con- 
veyor. 

Automatic Candy Machine Co., Seattle, Wash. 
Candy Making Mach. 3d St., bet. Avs. D&E. 

Automatic Refrigerating Co., Hartford, Conn. 
Refrg. Mach. Hort. Pal., 8th St., cor. Av.A. 

Ayars Machine Company, Salem, N. J. Can- 
ning Machinery. Avs. B & D, between 1st 
& 2nd Sts. Tomato Filling Machine ; Can- 
ning Machinery. 

Bakers Weekly, New York, N. Y. Publica- 
tions. Avs. C & D, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. A 
newspaper of interest to the bakers' trade, 
published weekly. 

Berger & Carter Co., S, F. Collective Exh. 
Hydraulic Press. Mch. Pal., 5th St. & Av. I. 

Bemheim Distilling Co., Louisville, Ky. Dis- 
tilling Mchy. 4th St., bet. Avs. D&E. 

BHss, E. W. & Company,- Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Machinery. Automatic machinery for mak- 
ing sanitary cans; automatic machines for 
forming, • beading and flanging round and 
oval tin cans. See exhibit. Block 16, Ma- 
chinery Building. 

Bom, H. A. & Co., Chicago, 111. Refrigerating 
Machinery. Av. A & 6th St. 

Brandenstein, M. J. & Co., S. F., Cal. Av. E, 
cor. 3rd St. Coffee roasting and demon- 
strating; tea packing and demonstrating. 

Brunswick-Balke-CoUender Co., The, of Cal., 
S. F. Refrg. Mfr. Pal., Av. A, cor. 6th St. 

Columbia Feed Governor Co., Minneapolis, 
Minn. Avs. C & D, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. 



De Laval Separator Co., The, New York, N. Y. 
Agr. Pal., 3rd St., bet. Avs. A & B. De 
Laval Clarifier and Filter, De Laval Sedi 
ment Clarifier, De Laval Yeast Separator. 
De Laval Dairy Supply Co., San Francisco 
agents. 

Dickerson, F. G., Chicago, 111. Canning Mach. 
Pac. Coast Cond. Milk Co.'s Pavilion. 

Economic Machy. Co,, Worcester, Mass. Can 
Labeling Mchy. 6th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

Government of the Philippine Islands, Manila, 
P. I. Cocoanut oil press, apparatus for 
preparing chocolate, corn mill, rice mill. 

Grand Rapids Refrigerator Co., Grand Rap- 
ids, Mich. 2nd St., bet. Avs. D&E. 
Leonard Cleanable Refrigerators, ''Like a 
Clean China Dish." 

Heppe, L. A., Boston, Mass. Mfr. of Con- 
fectionery. Av. E, cor. 4th St. 

Hobart Manufacturing Co., The, Troy, O. 
Coffee Refiner. Av. E, cor. 3rd St. Electric 
Coffee Mills and Refiners. Jas. H. Stod- 
dard, Sales Agent, 326 Market St., San 
Francisco; .377 12th St., Oakland. 

Howes, The S. Company, Silver Creek, N. Y. 
Mill Machinery. Avs. C & D, bet. 2nd & 
3rd Sts. "Eureka" Grain Cleaning Ma- 
chinery for Flour. Corn & Cereal Mills, 
Flour & Feed Packers. Bran Dusters, Dust 
Collectors, Wheat Washers & Dryers, Feed 
Mixers, Rice & Coffee Hullers & Separators. 

Hughes Electric Heating Co., Chicago, 111. 
Avs. C & D, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. Electric 
Stoves, Ranges, Ovens, etc. 

Hydraulic Press Mfg. Co., The, Mt. Gilead, O. 
Oil Press. Mch. Pal., 2nd St., Avs. H & I. 

Jamison Cold Storage Door Co., Hagerstown, 
Md. Refrig. Apparatus. Av. B, cor. 6th St. 

Kewanee Water Supply Co., Kewanee, 111. 
Refg. Plants. Mch. Pal., 1st & 2d Sts, Av.E. 

Loetscher-Ryan Mfg. Co., Dubuque, la. Refrg. 
Mach., etc. 5th St., bet. Avs. D&E. 

McClaren, L. L., S. P., Cal. Cook Book. Av. 
B2, cor. 3rd St. 

Meade, L. S., San Francisco, Cal. Packing 
Devices. Av. D, cor. 2nd St. 

Middleby-Marshall Oven Co., Chicago, 111. 
Ovens. Avs. C & D, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. 

National Canners' Assn., Wash., D. C. Collect- 
ive Exh. Avs. B & D, bet. 1st & 2nd Sts. 

National Ice Cream Co., S. P., Cal. Mfgs. of 
Ice Cream. Av. A & 6th St. 

Nevada, State of. Paste food & sugar facto- 
ries. Av. A, bet. 9th & 10th Sts., Agr. Pal. 

Pacific Ammonia & Chemical Co., Seattle, 
Wash. Ammonia. Av. B, cor. 6th St. 

Pappas Candy Co., San Francisco, Cal. Mfg. 
of candy. 3rd St., bet. Avs. D&E. 

Pennsylvania Flexible Metallic Tubing Co., 
Phil., Pa. Mch. Pal., 5th St. & Av. F. 

Potato Chip Co., San Jose, Cal. Potato chips. 
Av. B, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. 

Quaker Oats Co., The, Chicago, 111. Prepared 

Cereals. Av. E, bet. 6th & 7th Sts. 

Read Machinery Co., York, Pa. Machinery. 
Avs. C & D, bet. 3rd & 4th Sts. A complete 
line of bakers' machinery. See it operating. 

Refrigeration Plants Mfg. Co., Los Angeles, 
Cal. Refre. Mach. Av. B2, 2nd & 3rd Sts. 

Remington Machine Co., Wilmington, Del. Re- 
frigeration Plant. Av. D & 1st St. 

Richardson Scale Co., Passaic, N. J. Scales. 
Avs. C & D, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. Scales 
used in weighing wheat to mill rolls and 
flour to packing bins. 



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Rowe's, E. J. Collective exhibit of pure 
foods. Avs. D & E, bet. ;5i-d & 4tli Sts. 

Shredded Wheat Co., The, Niagara Falls, N.Y. 
Cereals. Av. C, cor. 4th St. Shredded 
wheat biscuit and triscuit. 

Sprague Canning Machy. Co., Chicago, 111. 
Avs. B & D, bet. 1st & 2nd Sts. 

Union Sanitary Rack Mfg. Co., Albion, Mich. 
Av. B2, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. 

Vulcan Iron Works, San Francisco, Cal. Re- 
frigerating Machinery. Avs. C & D, bet. 
7th & 8th Sts. Refrigerating and Ice 
Plants of any desired capacity. Special 
Class Small Machines. Special Marine Type 
Machines. Works: Francisco & Kearny Sts. 

Washington, State of. Collective Exhibit of 
salmon canning mchy. Gth St., bet B & C. 

White Frost Refrigerator Co., Jackson, Mich. 
Refrigerators. Av. D, cor. 3rd St. 

Wolf Co., The, Chambersburg, Pa. Flour 
Mill Mach. Avs. C & D, bet 2nd & 3rd Sts. 

York Manufacturing Co., York, Pa. Refrig- 
erating Machinery. Av. B, cor. Gth St. 
Appliances of any desired capacity for the 
refrigeration and preservation of food. Ice 
Makinn' Plants. Ammonia fittings and sup- 
plies. Special class small machines. 

GROUP 124 

FARINACEOUS PRODUCTS AND THEIR 

DERIVATIVES 

Albers Bros. Milling Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Prepared Cereals. Av. C, cor. 3rd St. Al- 
bers Flapjack Flour; Albers Buckwheat 
Flour; Albers Corn Meal; Albers Peacock 
Family Flour; Albers Pearls of Wheat; 
Albers Pearl Barley; Albers Steel Cut Oat 
Meal; Albers Rolled Oats; Albers Wheat 
Flakes; Carnation Wheat Flakes; Carnation 
Rolled Oats; Carnation Granulated Wheat. 
Mills and offices at Portland, Tacoma, Se- 
attle, Oakland, San Francisco and Los An- 
geles. 

Brandenstein, M. J. & Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Av. E, cor. 3rd St. Rices, Foreign and Do- 
mestic. 

Citizens' Wholesale Supply Co., Columbus, O. 
Cereals, etc. 4th St., bet. Avs. D & E. 

Government of the Philippine Islands, Manila, 
P. I. Rice, tapioca, sago, starches, arrow- 
root. 

Heinz, H. J. & Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. Italian 
Pastes. Av. C, cor. 3rd St. 

Idaho, State of. Flour exhibit. Avs. B & C, 
bet. 6th & 7th Sts. 

Louisiana, State of. Collective exhibit of Ital- 
ian pastes. Avs. B & C, bet. 8th & 10th 
Sts., Agr. Pal. 

Minute Tapioca Co., Orange, Mass. Tapioca. 
Av. D & 4th St. Minute Tapioca — Requires 
no soaking. 

Mueller, C. F. Co., New York, N. Y. Italian 
pastes. 4th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

Nevada, State of. Collective exhibit of Flour. 
Av. A, bet. 9th & 10th Sts., Agr. Pal. 

Pacific Cereal Association, San Francisco, Cal. 
Prepared Cereals. Av. C, cor. 3rd St. 

Quaker Oats Co., The, Chicago, 111. Prepared 
Cereals. Av. E, bet. Gth & 7th Sts. 

Rowe's, E. J., Boston, Mass. Collective exh. 
of Pure Foods. Avs. D & E, bet. .3rd & 4th. 

Shredded Wheat Co., The, Niagara Falls, N.Y. 
Prepared Cereals. Av. C, cor. 4th St. 

Sperry Flour Co., S. F., Cal. Prepared cereals, 
flour, etc. Avs. 0'.& D, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. 



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BREAD AND PASTRY 

American Biscuit Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Crackers. 2nd St., bet. Avs. D & E. Royal 
Soda Crackers in cartons and bulk ; Crack- 
ers and Cakes in cartons and bulk ; Fiesta 
Sugar Wafers and Yosemite Creams; Pilot 
Bread; Army and Navy Hard Bread; 
Dainty Chips; Snowflakes ; Water Wafers, 
Panama Creams; High Teas; Tango Chips; 
Exquisite Wafers — Cheese Sandwiches. 

Citizens' Wholesale Supply Co., Newark, N, J. 
Baking Powder. 4th St., bet. Avs. D & E. 

Crescent Manufacturing Co., Seattle, Wash. 
Baking Powder. Av. B2, cor. 2nd St. 

Jones-Thierbach Co., S. F., Cal. Baking Pow- 
der. Av. C, cor. 2nd St. 

Sperry Flour Co., S. F., Cal. Bread, etc. 
Avs. C & D, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. Bread & 
Pastry of various countries. 

Washington, State of. Food Products Exhibit. 
Gth St., bet. Avs. B & C. 

GROUP 126 

PRESERVED MEAT, FISH AND 

VEGETABLES 

Agencias de Berna, S. F. Preserved vegetables 
and fruits. Gth St., bet. Avs. B & 0. 

Ainsworth & Dunn, Seattle, Wash. Canned 
salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 

American Kitchen Products Co., New York, 
N. Y. Av. E, cor. 4th St. Makers of "Ster- 
ro" Cubes "A cube makes a cup." Just add 
boiling water. Delicious wholesome Bouil- 
lon instantly. Improves flavor of Soups, 
Sauces & Gravies. Visit Exhibit in Pal. 
of Pure Foods. A cup of Hot "Sterro" c 
served free. 

Alaska Fish Co., Seattle, Wash. Canned sal- 
mon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 

Alaska Pacific Fisheries Co., Seattle, Wash. 
Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 

Alaska Packers Association, San Francisco, 
Cal. Av. C, bet. 1st & 2nd Sts. Illustrat- 
ing the salmon industry ; vessel and salmon 
cannery; models; salmon eggs and fry; 
mounted salmon; Canned Salmon and Sal- 
mon Paste. Ijocal Office, Wells Fargo 
Building, San Francisco. 

Alaska Portland Packers Assn., Portland, Ore. 
Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 

Alaska Salmon Co., S. F. Canned salmon. 
1st St., cor. Av. C. 

Alaska Sanitary Packing Co., Seattle, Wash. 
Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 

Andreas, Mrs. A. L., Jamaica, N. Y. Collect- 
ive Exhibit. 4th St., bet. Avs. D & E. 

Apex Fish Co., Anacortes, Wash. Canned 
salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 

Astoria & Puget Sound Packing Co., Belling- 
ham. Wash. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 

Barnes, F. C, & Co., Portland, Ore. Canned 
salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 

Bellingham Canning Co., Bellingham, Wash. 
Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 

Blaine Packing Co., Blaine, Wash. Canned 
salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 

Booth Fisheries Co., Astoria, Ore. Canned 
salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 

Bristol Bay Packing Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. "Bris- 
tol," "Battle Ax," "Frost King," "Morse 
Queen," "Alaska Bear," "Paramita," 
"New Year," "Silver Net." 

Cal. Fruit Canners' Assn., S. F., Cal. Pre- 
served Vegetables. Av. B, bet. 1st & 2nd. 



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Citizens' Wholesale Supply Co., Columhus, O. 

Beef Extracts. 4th St., bet, Avs. D & E. 
Columbia Eiver Packers' Assn., Astoria, Ore. 

Canned sahnon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Coquille Kiver Fishermen's Co-Op Pkg. Co., 

Prosper, Ore. Canned salmon. 1st, cor. C. 
Deep Sea Salmon Co., Seattle, Wash. Canned 

salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Everett Packing Co., Everett, Wash. Canned 

salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Fidalgo Island Packing Co., Anacortes, Wash. 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Friday Harbor Packing Co., Friday Harbor, 

Wash. Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Gorman & Co., Seattle, Wash. Canned salmon. 

1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Harbor Packing Co., Pt. Blakeloy, Wash. 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Hawk Fish Co., Seattle, Wash. Canned 

salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Heinz, H. J. Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. Soups, Pre- 
served Meats, etc. Av. C, cor. 3rd St. 
Hoonah Packing Co., Port Townsend, Wash, 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Key City Packing Co,, Port Townsend, Wash. 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Klamath Biver Packing Co., Bequa, Cal. 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 

Libby, McNeill & Libby, Chicago, 111. Canned 
Meats. Fd. Pr. Pal., Av. E, cor. 2nd St. 
Cooked Corned Beef, Roast and Cottage 
Beef, Ox Tongues, Boneless Chicken, Veal, 
Beef and Ham Loaf, Chicken Loaf, Frank- 
furter Bratwurst, Sliced Bacon, Corned 
Beef Hash, Roast Beef Hash, Chop Suey, 
Tripe, Lunch Tongues, Lamb Tongues, 
Dried Beef, Hamburger Steak & Onions, 
Pigs' Feet, Pork & Beans, Vienna Sausage, 
Soups, Extract of Beef, Brisket Beef, Pork 
Sausage, Club House Sausage, Chili Con 
Carne, Deviled Ham, Potted Ham, Deviled 
Meats, Potted Meats, Roast Mutton, Stewed 
Kidneys, Minced Collops, Minced Steak 
Oxtails, Boiled Beef, Irish Stew, Oxford 
Sausage, Soup Bouilli, Mince Meat, Ta 
males. Bouillon Cubes, Beef and Vegetables 
Canned Salmon, Canned Vegetables, Cali 
fornia Asparagus, Spinach, Tomatoes, String 
Beans, Beets, Cabbage, Sweet Potatoes, 
Carrots, Squash, Sauer Kraut. 

Libby, McNeill & Libby, Seattle, Wash 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Louisiana, State of. Collective exhibit of can 

ned fish and vegetables. Avs. B & C, bet 

8th & 10th Sts., Agr. Pal. 
Lummi Bay Packing Co., Bellingham, Wash 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
MacLeay Estate Co., Eogue River, Ore 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. 0. 
Martin, E. C, Auburn, N. Y. Vegetables 

Hort. Pal., 2nd St., cor. Av. D. Preserved 

vegetables and fruit; brandied and pickled 

peaches. 

McGowan, P. J. & Sons, McGowan, Wash. 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. 0. 
Megler, J. G. & Co., Brookfield, Wash. Canned 

salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Monterey Packing Co., S. F. Canned sardines, 

canned shad & canned shad roe. 1st & Av.D. 
Myers, Geo. T. & Co., Seattle, Wash. Canned 

salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Naknek Packing Co., San Francisco. Canned 

salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Nevada, State of. Processed vegetables. Agr. 

Pal., Av. A, bet. 9th & 10th Sts. 



N. Alaska Salmon Co., San Francisco. Canned 

salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
N. Pacific Trading & Packing Co., S. F. 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Northwestern Fisheries Co., Seattle, Wash. 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. 0. 
Oregon Fisheries Co., Bay City, Ore. Canned 

salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Pacific Am. Fisheries, Bellingham, Wash. 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av, C. 
Pacific Fisheries Packing Co., Aberdeen, Wash. 

Canned clams. Av. C, bet. 1st & 2nd Sts. 
Pierce, C. E. Co., Inc., San Francisco, Cal. 

Preserved fish. Avs. C & D, bet 1st & 2nd. 
Pillar Bay Packing Co., Seattle, Wash. 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Pillar Rock Packing Co., Portland, Ore. 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Pt. Warde Packing Co., Seattle, Wash. 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Red Salmon Canning Co., San Francisco. 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Richardson & Robbin Co., Dover, Del. Chicken 

products, ham. 4th St., bet. Avs. D & E. 
Rowe's, E. J., Boston, Mass. Collective Exh. 

of Pure Foods. Avs. D & E, bet. 3rd & 4th. 
Sanborn, Cram & Co., Astoria, Ore. Canned 

salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Sanborn, Cutting Co., Astoria, Ore. Canned 

salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
San Juan Canning Co., Friday Harbor, Wash. 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
San Juan Fish Co., Seattle, Wash. Canned 

salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Seufert Bros., The Dalles, Ore. Canned sal- 
mon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Sims, E. A., Port Townsend, Wash. Canned 

salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Smiley, J. L. & Co., Blaine, Wash. Canned 

salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Starr, Collinson Packing Co., Portland, Ore. 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Sunny Point Packing Co., Seattle, Wash. 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Taku Canning & Cold Storage Co., Seattle, 

Wash. Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Tallant, Grant Packing Co., Astoria, Wash. 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Thlinket Packing Co., Portland, Ore. Canned 

salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Union Fish Co., San Francisco, Cal. Codfish, 

Avs. C & D, bet. 1st & 2nd Sts. 
Union Fishermen's Co-Op Packing Co., As- 
toria, Ore. Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. C. 
Warren Packing Co., Portland, Ore, Canned 

salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Washington, State of. Collective exhibit of 

canned fish. 6th St., bet. Avs. B & C. 
Weise Packing Co., Seattle, Wash, Canned 

salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Willapa Harbor Fish Co., Willapa, Wash. 

Canned salmon. 1st St., cor. Av. C. 
Workman Packing Co., San Francisco, Cal. 

Tamales. 4th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

GROUP 127 
SUGAR AND CONFECTIONERY, CONDI- 
MENTS AND RELISHES; NUT 
AND FRUIT FOODS 
Andrea, Mrs. A. Louise, Jamaica, N. Y. Col- 
lective exhibit of standard food products 
and modern kitchen equipment. 4th St., 
bet. Avs. D & E. 



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Baker, Walter & Co., Ltd., Boston, Mass. 

Chocolate, cocoa. A v. C, bet. .'Ird & 4th 
Sts. Chocolate unsweetened, chocolate 
sweetened. Johnson-Locke Mercantile Co., 
San Francisco, Coast representative. 

Blanke, C. F. Tea & Cofifee Co., St. Louis, Mo. 
Tea & coffee. 6th St., bet. Avs. B & C. 

Borden's Condensed Milk Co., New York, N.Y. 
Borden's Confectionery. 3rd St., bet. Avs. 
C & D. The Johnson-Locke Mercantile Co., 
San Francisco, Pacific Coast representative. 

Brandenstein, M. J. & Co., S. F., Cal. Coffee, 
Tea. Coffee roasting and demonstrating; 
tea packing and demonstrating. Av. E, cor. 
.'ird St. 

Cal. Fruit Canners' Assn., S. F. Sauce and 
catsup. Av. B, bet. 1st & 2nd Sts. 

Citizens' Wholesale Supply Co., The, Colum- 
bus, O. Food products. 4th, bet. Avs. D&E. 

Compania General de Tabacos de Filipanas, 
Manila, P. I. Sugar from cane. 

Crescent Mfg. Co., Seattle, Wash. Flavoring. 
Av. B2, cor. 2nd St. 

Curtis, Emma E., Melrose, Mass. Confection- 
ery. Direct Imp. Av. E & 3rd St. 

J. A. Folger & Company, San Francisco, Cal. 
4th St., bet. Avs. B2 & C. Coffee, teas, 
spices, baking powder and flavoring ex- 
tracts. 

Garritt, F. E., San Mateo, Cal. Mixed condi- 
ments, etc. Av. B2, cor. 3rd St. 

Ghiradelli, D. Co., San Francisco, Cal. Choco- 
late, cocoa. Av. 1), cor 4th St. 

Government of the Philippine Islands, Manila, 
P. I. Sugar, coffee, chocolate, vinegar, pep- 
per, etc. 

Granadafig Co., Santa Clara, Cal. Confec- 
tionery. Av. B & 2nd St. 

Heinz, H. J. Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. Relishes, 
etc. Av. C, cor. 3rd St. 

Heppe, L. A., Boston, Mass. Confectionery, 
etc. Av. E, cor. 4th St. 

Hills Bros., San Francisco, Cal. Coffee, tea & 
spices. Av. D, cor. 2nd St. Red can 
Vacuum Packed Coffee. 

Jones-Thierbach Co., San FranciscD, Cal. Tea, 
coffee, spices. Av. C, cor. 2nd St. 

Lady Betty, Inc., Brookline, Mass. Relishes. 
Av. B, cor. 3rd St. 

Libby, McNeill & Libby, Chicago, 111., San 
Francisco, Cal. Condiments, canned goods. 
Av. E, cor. 2nd St. Mixed condiments and 
relishes; sweet pickles, chow chow, sour 
pickles, pickled onions, sweet relish, to- 
mato catsup, Worcestershire sauce. Chili 
sauce, pepper sauce, salad dressing, mus- 
tard tomato chutney, evaporated horse rad- 
ish, mixed pickles. 

Louisiana, State of. Collective exhibit of 
sugar and condiments and relishes. Avs. B 
& C, bet. 8th & 10th Sts. 

Lowney, The Walter M. Co., Boston, Mass. 
Confectionery. Avs. D&E, bet. 3rd & 4th 
Sts. Chocolate, cocoa and bon bons. 

Lyon's California Glace Fruit Co., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Glace Fruits. Av. C,cor. 5th St. 

Martin, E. C, Auburn, N. Y. Pickles. Hort. 
Pal., 2nd St., cor. Av. D. 

McCormick & Company, Baltimore, Md. Teas, 
Spices. Teas, Banquet Brand, Spices, Bee 
Brand, Extracts, Bee Brand. Green Seal 
Salad Dressing, Banquet Mayonnaise Dres- 
sing. 3rd St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

Banquet Tea, Bee Brand Spices and Flavor- 
ing Extracts. 



Morton Salt Co., Chicago, 111. Table Salt. 

4th St., bet. Avs. D & E. 
Nevada, State of. Collective exhibit of food 
products. Agr. Pal., Av. A, bet. 9th & 10th. 
Pacific Coast Syrup Co., San Francisco, Cal. 

Syrups. Hort. Pal., 4th St., cor. Av. D. 
Palisade Mfg. Co., The, West Hoboken, N. J. 

Extracts. 4th St., bet. Avs. D&E. 
Pappas, A. Candy Co., San Francisco, Cal. 

Candy. 3rd St., bet. Avs. D & E. 
Porter, Mrs. M. A., Seattle, Wash. Salad 
Dressing. Av. B2 & 3rd St. Mrs. Porter's 
Mayonnaise & Peanut Butter. 
Reynolds Chocolate Co., Boston, Mass. Choco- 
late, cocoa, candy, etc. Av. E & 3rd St. 
Ridgways, Inc., New York, N. Y. Tea. Av. C, 
cor. 4th St. India and Ceylon Teas. Es- 
tablished 1836. Chief Offices United States: 
New York, 111-113 Hudson St.; Chicago, 
352-354 North Michigan Av. ; San Fran- 
cisco, Haas Bros., distributors. 
Rowe's E. J., Boston, Mass. Collective Exh. 
Pure Foods. Avs. D&E, bet. 3rd & 4th Sts. 
Sauer, C. F. Company, Richmond, Va. Fla- 
vouring extracts. Srd St., bet. Avs. D&E. 
Flavouring extracts also at 5th St., bet. 
Avs. B & C. 
Urquijo, Zuloagay Escobi, Iloilo, P. I. Sugar 

from cane. 
Warner & Barnes Co., Manila, P. I. Sugar 

from cane. 
Wright, E. A., Oakland, Cal. Sauces. Hort. 
Pal., Av. D, cor. 7th St. 

GROUP 128 

WATERS AND UNFERMENTED FRUIT 

JUICES 

Am. Steel & Wire Co., Chicago, 111. Sulphate 

of iron exhibit. Min. Pal., Av. D. 
Castilla Hot Springs Co., Castilla, Utah. 

Mineral Water. Av. A, cor. 6th St. 
Forbes & Co., J. P., Alameda, Cal. Mineral 

Water. Av. A & 5th St. 
Louisiana, State of. Collective exhibit of car- 
bonated waters. Avs. B & C, bet. 8th & 
10th Sts., Agr. Pal. 
Missouri State Commission, Aurora, Mo. Trip- 
oli Filters. Min. Pal., Av. A & 6th St. 
National Pure Water Co., Kansas City, Mo, 
Water purifying mach. Av. B, cor. 5th St. 
Rowe's, E. J., Boston, Mass. Collective Exh, 
of pure foods. Avs. D&E, bet. 3d & 4th 
Sts. 
Seumenicht, R., Inc., Scranton, Pa. Bever- 
ages. 5th St., bet. Avs. B & C. Solosekt, 
Apple wine, de-alcoholized; Templarale, 
Fruit Juice & Carbonic Water; Nonparella, 
Clarified Grape Juice, Appela, Refined' Ci- 
der, Carbonated. Write for free copy 
"Beverage Question." 
U. S. Steel Corp'n, Subsid, Co's., N. Y. Col- 
lective iron & steel exh. Min. Pal., Av. D. 
Welch Grape Juice Co., The, Westfield, N. Y, 

Grape juice. Av. D & 4th St. 
Witter Medical Springs Co., San Francisco, 
Cal. Mineral Water. Av. A, bet. 5th & 6th. 
Wright, E, A,, Oakland, Cal, Fruit Nectar. 
Hort. Pal., Av. D, cor. 7th St. 
GROUP 129 
WINES AND BRANDIES 
Agendas de Berna, S. F. Cal. Sweet Wines. 

6th St., bet. Avs. B & C. 
Arnhold, B., & Co., Inc., S. F. Cal. Cal. dry, 
sweet and sparkling wines. 4th St., bet. 
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Ayala Distillery, Manila, P. I. Commercial al- 
cohol, wine, gin, made from sugar. 
Beringer Bros., St. Helena, Cal. Cal. dry 

wines and brandy. 4th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 
Brun & Chaix, Messrs., Oakville, Cal. Dry 

Wines. 4th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 
Cal. Viticultural Exhibit Ass'n, S. F. Avs. 

C & D, bet. 4th & 5th Sts. Col. Wine Exh. 
Cal. Wine Ass'n, S.F.,Cal. Cal. dry and sweet 

wines & brandy. 4th St., cor. Av. C. 
Cal. Winery Co., Sacramento, Cal. Cal. dry 

and sweet wines. 4th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 
Calwa Dist. Co., S. F. Cal. dry and sweet 

wines & brandies. 4th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 
Chauche & Bon, S. F. Cal. dry and sparkling 

wines. 5th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 
Compania General de Tabacos de Filipinas, 

Manila, P. I. Commercial alcohol, wine, gin, 

made from sugar. 
Cresta Blanca Wine Co.,S.F. Cal. Dry & Sweet 

Wines, Brandies & Champagnes. Av. D, 4th. 
Da Roza Estate, Elk Grove, Cal. Dry & sweet 

wines. 5th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 
Dresel C. & Company, Sonoma, Cal. Dry 

Wines & Brandy. Av. C & 5th St. 
Finkes' Widow,A., S.F.,Cal. Cal. dry, sweet & 

spklg. wines & brandy. 5th, bet. Avs. C&D. 
French American Wine Co., S.F.,Cal. Cal. dry 

wines & brandy. 5th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 
Fulton Winery Co., S. F. Cal. Dry Wines. 5th 

St. & Av. C. 
Gier, Theo., Oakland, Cal. Cal. dry and spklg. 

wines. Av. D, bet. 4th & 5th Sts. 
Grau & Werner, Irvington, Cal. Cal. dry 

wines. 4th St. & Av. D. 
Gundlach-Bundschu Co., S. F. Cal. dry and 

sweet wines. 5th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 
Guasti, S., Los Angeles, Cal. Cal. dry and 

sweet wines. 4th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 
Italian Swiss Colony, S. F. Cal. dry & swet 

spklg. wines & brandies. 5th St., cor. Av.C. 
Korbel, F. & Bros., Guerneville, Cal. Cal. dry 

wines ; champagne, brandy. 5th St., cor. D. 
Krug, Chas. Winery, St. Helena, Cal. Cal. dry 

wines. 4th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 
Kunde, Louis, Glen Ellen, Cal. Dry Wines. 

Av. D & 4th St. 
Lachman & Jacobi, S. F. Cal. dry & sweet 

wines. Av. D, bet. 4th & 5th Sts. 
Lancel & Co., E. H., S. F. Dry Wines. Av. 

D & 4th St. 
Lint, P. F., Los Gatos, Cal. Cal. dry and 

sweet wines ; brandy. 4th St., bet. Avs.C&D 
Madera Vineyard & Wine Co., S. F. Sweet 

Wines & Brandies. 5th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 
Masson, Paul Champagne Co., San Jose, Cal. 

Champagne. 4th St., cor. Av. D. 
Mattie, A., Malaga, Cal. Cal. dry & sweet 

wines; brandy. 4th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 
Mt. Diablo Vineyard & Wine Co., S. F. Dry 

Wines. 5th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 
Mt. Hamilton Vineyard, San Jose, Cal. Dry 

Wines. Av. C & 5th St. 
Eepsold, A. Co., S. F. Cal. dry and sweet 

wines and cognac. 4th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 
Rixford, E. H., S. F. Cal. dry wines. 5th 

St., Av. D. 
Rosenblatt Co., The, S. F. Cal. wines and 

brandies. Av. C, cor. 6th St. 
Sacto. Valley Winery, Sacramento, Cal. Cal. 

dry & sweet wines. 5th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 
Salmlna, F. & Co., St. Helena, Cal. Cal. dry 

wines. 4th St., bet. Avs. O & D. 



Shilling, C. & Co., S. F. Cal. dry & sweet 

wines. 4th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 
Sonoma Wine & Brandy Co., Stockton, Cal. 

Dry & Sweet Wines. 4th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 
Tokalon Vineyard Company, Napa, Cal. Dry 

Wines. 4th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 
Wehner, Wm., Evergreen, Cal. Cal. dry wines. 

5th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 
West & Son, Geo., Stockton, Cal. Dry & Sweet 

Wines. 4th St., bet. Avs. C&D. 

GROUP 1.30 
SYRUPS AND LIQUORS, DISTILLED 
SPIRITS AND COMMERCIAL 
ALCOHOL 
Bernheim Distilling Co., Louisville, Ky. Whis- 
key. 4th St., bet. Avs. D & E. 
Bouvier Specialty Co., Louisville, Ky. Gin. 

Av. A, bet. 4th & 5th Sts. 
Hamburger Distillery, Ltd., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Rye Whiskey. Ay. A & 6th St. 
Large Distilling Co., The, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Rye Whiskey. 6th St., bet. Avs. B & C. 
Louisiana, State of. Collective exhibit of 

syrups and liquors, alcohol. Avs. B & C, 

bet. 8th & 10th Sts., Agr. Pal. 
Rosenblatt Co., The, San Francisco, Cal. Cor- 
dials. Av. C, cor. 6th St. 
Van Bergen, N. & Co., San Francisco, Cal. 

Hufeland Tonic Bitters. Av. D, cor. 5th St. 
GROUP 131 
FERMENTED BEVERAGES 
Government of the Philippine Islands, Pro- 
vince of Ilocos Sur, Vigan, Ilocos-Sur, P. I. 

Basi (made from juice of sugar cane). 
Mountain Province, Lepanto, M. Province, P. 

I. Tapuy (made from rice). 
Seattle Brewing & Malting Co., Seattle, Wash. 

Bottled & draught beer. Av. C, cor. 6th St. 

GROUP 133 

USEFUL INSECTS AND THEIR PRODUCTS 

INJURIOUS INSECTS AND 

PLANT DISEASES 

California Bee Keepers' Ass'n, Salida, Cal. 

6st St., bet. Avs. A & B. Bees; honey, etc. 
California Fruit Canners' Ass'n, S. F., Cal. 

Honey. Av. B, bet. 1st & 2nd Sts. 
Montana, State of. Collective exh. of honey. 

Agr. Pal., Avs. A & B, bet. 8th & 9th Sts. 
Nevada, State of. Agr. Pal., Av. A, bet. 9th 

& 10th Sts. Honey. 
Pacific Coast Syrup Co., S. F., Cal. Honey. 

Hort. Pal., 4th St., cor. Av. D. Strained 

honey, and in comb. 
Wright, E. A., Oakland, Cal. Hort. Pal., Av. 

D, cor. 7th St. Honey. 

STATE EXHIBITS 
CALIFORNIA 
Location: Avs. C&D, bet. 5th & 6th Sts. 
The complete list of exhibits from Califor- 
nia in the Department of Food Products will 
appear in revised edition of the Catalogue. 
WASHINGTON 
Location: 6th St., bet. Avs. B and C. 
GROUP 123 
Burpee & Letson, Bellingham. 

Salmon ca_nning and weighing machinery. 
Seattle-Astoria Iron Works, Seattle. 

Salmon canning and weighing machinery. 
Smith Cannery Machine Co., Seattle 
Salmon canning and weighing machinery. 



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GROUP 125 
Shibata, U. Co., Seattle. Rice cakes. 

GROUP 126 
Washington, State of — Processed fish. 
Sea Beach Packing Co., Aberdeen. Can. clams 

NEVADA 
Palace of Agriculture 
Location: Ave. A, bet. 9th and 10th Sts. 
GROUP 122 
Crescent Creamery. — Reno. Butter 
Deeth Creamery. — Deeth. Butter. 
Jensen Creamery. — Reno. Butter. 
Lamoille Creamery. — Lamoille. Butter. 
Minden Butter Co. — Minden. Butter. 
Queen Creamery. — Smith. Butter. 
Lovelock Creamery. — Lovelock. Butter. 
Ramelli, Caesar. — Reno. Cheese. 
South Fork Creamery. — Reno. Butter. 
Standard Creamery.^ — Reno. Butter. 
University Dairy. — Reno. Butter, cheese. 
Yerington Creamery. — Yerington. Butter. 

GROUP 123 
Nevada, State of. — Reno. Flour mills. 
Nevada Sugar Co. — Fallon. Sugar factory. 
Riverside Mill Co. — Reno. Paste foods. 

GROUP 124 
Douglas Milling Co. — Gardnerville. Flour. 
Fallon Milling Co. — Fallon. Flour. 
Mason Valley Milling Co. — Nordyke. Flour. 
Minden Flour Co. — Minden. Flour. 
Paradise Valley Mill. — Paradise. Flour. 
Reno Flour Milling Co. — Reno. Flour. 
Riverside Mill Co. — Reno. Flour. 

GROUP 126 
Antelope Land & Ctle. Co. — Yerington. Turnips 
Earoni, D. — Dayton. Celery. 
Barrett, G. A. — Mason. Potatoes, Rhubarb. 
Barrett, H. — Yerington. Carrots. 
Cross, E. — Yerington. Potatoes. 
Dapoli, J. — Dayton. Parsnips. 
Day, Chas. — Wellington. Cantaloupe. 
Fenili, F.— Nordyke. Kale. 
Fox, C. — Yerington. Horseradish. 
Hardy, Mrs. L. — Wellington. Parsley. 
Hillygus, J. — Mason. Tomatoes. 
Kremmel, C. H. — Mason. Corn, Potatoes. 
Podi, F. — Yerington. Alfalfa. 



Pursel Bros. — Yerington. Beets. 
Quilici, V. — Dayton. Cauliflower. 
Santina, J. — Wabuska. Onions. 
Scotia, A. — Yerington. Parsley. 
Schact, Wm. — Yerington. Sugar Beets. 
Shirley, F. — Dayton. Tomatoes, Peanuts. 
Snyder, J. — Yerington. Tomatoes. 
Strosnider, I. A. — Yerington. Carrots. 
Warren, H. — Wabuska, Casaba. 

GROUP 127 
Black, C. — Deeth. Vinegar. 
Guthrie, E. M. — Reno. Vinegar. 
Nevada Sugar Co. — Fallon. Sugar. 

GROUP 133 
Barlow, A. H. — Mason. Honey. 
Bechtel, I. — Lovelock. Honey. 
Bower, G. M. — Lamoille. Honey. 
lEarl, J. I. — Overton. Honey. 
Graham, G. C. — Reno. Honey. 
Griffith, W. W. — Las Vegas. Honey. 
Guthrie, E. M. — Reno. Honey. 
Jensen, R. — Reno. Honey. 
Penrose, Wm. — Wabuska. Honey, 
Schweis, G. C. — Reno. Honey. 
Swingle, C. G. — Hazen. Honey. 
Trickey, G. C. — Reno. Honey. 

IDAHO 

Palace of Agriculture 

Location: Avs. B & C, bet. 6th & 7th Sts. 

GROUP 124 
St. Anthoney Milling & Elevator Co. — St. 
Anthony. Flour. 

MONTANA 

Palace of Agriculture 

Location: Aves. A & B, bet. 8th & 9th Sts. 

Streets 

GROUP 133 

Copenhaver, Dr. — Helena. Honey. 

Kleinhesselinck, B. J. — Big Timber. Honey. 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT EXHIBIT 

PALACE OF FOOD PEODUCTS 

Location: Ave. D & 2nd St. 

UNITED STATES BUEEAU OF FISHEEIES 

The complete list of exhibits of the Bureau 

of Fisheries will appear in the revised edition 

of the catalogue. 



FOREIGN EXHIBITS 



AEGENTINE 

Location: 1st St., bet. Avs. A and B. 

The complete list of exhibits from Argen- 
tine in the Department of Agriculture will 
appear in revised edition of the Catalogue. 

CUBA 

Location: Av. A, bet. 1st and 2nd Sts. 

The complete list of exhibits from Cuba in 
the Department of Agriculture will appear in 
revised edition of the Catalogue. 

ENGLAND 

Location: 4th St., bet. Avs. A and B. 

GROUP 127 

Lipton, Thos. S., London. Tea, coffee, jelly 

tablets. 

GROUP 128 
Burke, Edw. & John, Ltd., New York. Aerated 
l)everages. 

GROUP 130 
Burnett, Sir Robert & Co., New York. Gin. 



Dewar, John & Sons, Ltd., Perth, Scotland. 

Scotch whiskey. 



Leith, Scotland. Scotch 



Gillon, John & Co. 

whiskey. 

FEANCE 

Location: Av. C, bet. 1st and 2nd Sts. 

The complete list of exhibits from France 
in the Department of Agriculture will appear 
in revised edition of the Catalogue. 



Location: 



GEEECE 
3rd St., bet. Avs. 



A and B. 



The complete list of exhibits from Greece 
in the Department of Agriculture will appear 
in revised editiDU of the Catalogue. 



Location : Av. 



ITALY 
A, bet. 1st and 2nd Sts. 



The complete list of exhibits from Italy in 
the Department of Agriculture will appear in 
revised edition of the Catalogue. 



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JAPAN 
Location: Avs. A & B, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. 

GROUP 120 
San Ohu Shoten — Kanagawa. Beans. 
Kanagawaken Nogai — Kanagawa. Peanuts. 
Nozawa-Gumi — Kanagawa. Beans. 
Chibaken Rakkasei Dogyo Kumiai — Chiba. 
Peanuts. 

Hokkaido Nokai — Hokkaido. Beans. 
Taihokucho Nokai — Taihoku. Peanuts. 

Kagicho Nokai — Kagi. Peanuts. 
Shizuokakon Shoga, Hechima, Kosho Rakka- 
sei Dogyo Kumiai — Shizuoka. Peanuts. 
GROUP 121 

Hideo Ishiwata — Shizouaka. Cortinellus Shii- 
take. 

Totaro Uchida — Oita. Cortinellus Shiitake. 

Kyusuke Yamatsumi — Miyazaki. Cortinellus 
Shiitake. 

GROUP 124 

Kumamoto Menrui Dogyo Kumiai — Kumamoto. 
Vermicelli. 

Kihei Nihonki — Kumamoto. Vermicelli. 

Tooru Tsuru — Kumamoto. Vermicelli. 

Gajiro Akita — Tokushima. Vermicelli. 

Rinjiro Takata — Tokushima. Vermicelli. 

Ju'saburo Yamamoto — Tokushima. Vermicelli. 

Banshu-Iho Gun Somen Dogyo Kumiai— Hy- 
ogo. Vermicelli. 

Kanzakigun Somen Dogyo Kumiai — Hyogo. 
Vermicelli. 

Sesshu Nada Somen Seizo Dogyo Kumiai — 
Hyogo. Vermicelli. 

Awajinokuni Miharagun Somen Dogyo Kumiai 
— Hyogo. Vermicelli. 

Sakuichi Yamakawa — Saga. Vermicelli. 

Heikichi Ichibakese — Saga. Vermicelli. 

Haruichiro Hideshima — Saga. Vermicelli. 

Sanchu Shokai — Kanagawa. Buckwheat Noo- 
dle. 

Nippon Seimai Seifun Kabushiki Kaisha — 
Hyogo. Rice. 

Nippon Beikoku Kabushiki Kaisha — Hyogo. 
Rice. 

Hyogoken Nokai— Hyogo. Rice. 

Niigataken Nokai — Niigata. Rice. 

Ibaragiken Nokai — Ebaragi. Rice. 

Tochigiken Nokai — Tochigi. Rice. 

Miyeken Nokai — ^Miye. Rice. 

Oomimai Dogyo Kumiai — Oomi. Rice. 

Yamagataken Nokai — Yamagata. Rice. 

Ishikawaken Nokai — Ishikawa. Rice. 

Toyamaken Nokai — Toyama. Rice. 

Okayamaken Nokai — Okayama. Rice. 

Bocho Kome Dogyo Kumai— Yamaguchi. Rice. 

Kagawaken Nokai— Kagawa. Rice. 

Fukuokaken Nokai — Fukuoka. Rice. 

Higo Beiken Soko Kumiai — Kumamoto. Rice. 

Miyazakiken Nokai — Miyazaki. Rice. 

Kagoshimaken Nokai — Kagoshima. Rice. 
GROUP 126 

Murata Co. — San Francisco. Gold Fish and 
Tortoise. Pal. Hort., Av. M. 

Nippon Gyogyo Kabushiki Kaisha^-Tokyo. 
Codfish. 

Kumajiro Wakana— Tokyo. Canned Sardines. 

Sukenori Hoshino— Tokyo. Canned Crabs. 

Yushutsu Shokuhin Kabushiki Kaisha— Tokyo. 
Canned Salmon. 

Shukichi Fujiura — Tokyo. Taro. 

Tomisaburo Hamaguchi — Kyoto. Canned 
Goods. 

Takasu Kanzume Goshikaisha — Hiroshima. 
Canned Lobster. 

Hiroshima Chikusan Kabushiki Kaisha — 
Hiroshima. Canned Meats, etc. 

Mantaro Asaya — Yehime. Kamaboko. 

Kosan Kabushiki Kaisha — Fukuoka. Cooked 
Crab. 

Yetsujiro Teramoto— Kumamoto. Canned Lob- 
ster. 



Usui Gomeikaisha — Hokkaido. Beans. 
Shozo Izumi— Hokkaido. Canned Crab & Lob- 
ster. 
Tsutsumi Shokai— Hokkaido. Canned Crab & 

Lobster. 
Pujino Kanzumesho — Hokkaido. Canned Crab 

& Lobster. 
Hokubei Boyeki Kabushiki Kaisha — San 

Francisco. Canned Crab. 
Kichigoro Akiyama^-Tokyo. Gold Fishes. 

Pal. Hort., Av. M. 
Yukichi Onuma — Yebaraki. Gold Fishes. Pal. 

Hort., Av. M. 
Yamanashi Kajitsu Bussan Dogyo Kumiai — 

Yamanashi. Dried Persimmon. 
GROUP 127. 
Goshikaisha Suzuki Shoten — Kanagawa. Ajin- 

omoto. 
Keiji Hamaguchi— Chiba. Shoyu. 
Juihiro Iwasaki — Chiba. Shoyu. 
Hichizaemon Mogi — Chiba. Shoyu. 
Fusagoro M^gi — Chiba. Shoyu. 
Saheiji Mogi — Chiba. Shoyu. 
Hyozaemon Takanashi — Chiba. Shoyu. 
Hichiroyemon Mogi — Chiba. Shoyu. 
Choshi Shoyu Goshikaisha — Chiba. Shoyu. 
Sanaokichi Aya— ^Kagawa. Shoyu. 
Marukin Shoyu Kabushiki Kaisha — Kagawa. 

Shoyu. 
Sojuro Yagi — Kagawa. Shoyu. 
Yasuda Shoyu Kabushiki Kaisha — Kagawa. 

Shoyu. 
Shimizu Shoyu Kabushiki Kaisha — Kagawa. 

Shoyu. 
Fudeshiro Takahashi — Kagawa. Shoyu. 
Shima Shoyu Seizo Kabushiki Kaisha — Kag- 
awa. Shoyu. 
Chujiro Kinoshita — Kagawa. Shoyu. 
Akishiro Miyamoto — Kagawa. Shoyu. 
Shinpei Sano — Kagawa. Shoyu. 
Mojuro Otsuka — Hyogo. Shoyu. 
Taminosuke Uyeda— Hyogo. Shoyu. 
Shokichi Nishio — Hyogo. Shoyu. 
Kyutaro Tsubota — Hyogo. Shoyu. 
Mikigmei Kaisha — Hyogo. Shoyu. 
Nippon Maru Ton Shoyu Kabushiki Kaisha — 

Hyogo. Shoyu. 
Tsubota Shoyu Gomeikaisha — Hyogo. Shoyu. 
Maruo Shoyu Gomeikaisha — Hyogo. Shoyu. 
Asai Shoyu Gomeikaisha — Hyogo. Shoyu*. 
Marunishi Shoyu Gomeikaisha — Hyogo. Shoyu. 
Yakugoro Okabe — Osaka. Shoyu. 
Yaheiji Matsuya— Osaka. Shoyu. 
Shinzaburo Masurta — Osaka. Shoyu. 
Izumi Shoyu Kabushiki Kaisha — Osaka. 

Shoyu. 
Matasaburo Kawamori — Osaka. Shoyu. 
Gomeikaisha Amekaze Shoten — Osaka. Shoyu. 
Connosuke Togawa — Osaka. Shoyu. 
Nobuo Shitabani — Osaka. Shoyu. 
Kakujiro Ikushima — Osaka. Shoyu. 
Jihei Kida — Osaka. Shoyu. 
Kinbei Ehara— Osaka. Shoyu. 
Hikishiro Okubo — Kumamoto. Shoyu. 
Giichi Kato — Kumamoto. Shoyu. 
Itaro Kptayama — Kumamoto. Shoyu. 
Ichibei Noda — -Kumamoto. Shoyu. 
T^kichi Yoshimura — Kumamoto. Shoyu. 
Hidetaro Ichihara — Kumamoto. Shoyu. 
Jubei Watanabe — Kumamoto. Shoyu. 
Kenda So— Kumamoto. Shoyu. 
Sanzo Takagi — ^Knmamoto. Shoyu. 
Masakichi Furusho — Kumamoto. Shoyu. 
Masakichi Akaboshi — Kumamoto. Shoyu. 
Seitaro Nishio — Kumamoto. Shoyu. 
Taro Takata — Kumamoto. Shoyu. 
Hikojiro Uyeda — Kumamoto. Shoyu. 
Tsunehashi Tamashiro— ^Kumamoto. ' Shoyu. 
Shinnosuke Sato — Mi ye. Shovu. 
Seitaro Kadowaki — Miyo. Shoyu. 
Seisaku Uchida — Mi ye. Shoyu. 
Kozayemon Ito — Miye. Shoyu. 
Bunsnke Kuki — Miye. Shoyu. 



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Yokkaichi-Shoyu Juzo Goshikaisha — Miye. 

Shoyu. 
Rihei Shimotsu' — Miye. Shoyu. 
Matayeraon Isaka — Miye. Shoyu. 
Sakuyemon Takai — ^Miye. Shoyu. 
Senyemon Morimoto — Miye. Shoyu. 
Yamahachi Gomeikaisha — Miye. Shoyu. 
Seisuke Hashimoto — Miye. Shoyu. 
Yamanaka-Shoyu Goshikaisha — Miye. Shoyu. 
Shinji Kitamura — Miye. Shoyu. 
Ryokichi Ito — Miye. Shoyu. 
Shoyemon Hattori — Miye. Shoyu. 
Tsunejiro Ito — Miye. Shoyu. 
Yasaburo Hamanaka — Miye. Shoyu. 
Suyejiro Kadowaki — Miye. Shoyu. 
Shinsuke Yoshizawa — Miye. Shoyu. 
Seihei Kawamura— Miye. Shoyu. 
Keijiro Kondo — Okayama. Shoyu. 
Jotaro Takimoto — Okayama. Shoyu. 
Ihachiro Kuyama — -Okayama. Shoyu. 
Tomoraatsu Oiio — Okayama. Shoyu. 
Kurajiro Kuyama — Okayama. Shoyu. 
Yontaro Oka — Okayama. Shoyu. 
Kaneichi - Shoyu Gomeikaisha — Okayama. 

Shoyu. 
Yaroku A'^ki^Aiehi. Shoyu. 
Marutoyo Goshikaisha — Aichi. Shoyu. 
Saburo Ogi — Aichi. Shoyu. 
Morita Grshikaisha — Aichi. Shoyu. 
Kikkotomi- Shoyu Kabishiki Kaisha — Aichi. 

Shoyu. 
Ito Goshikaisha — Aichi. Shoyu. 
Shizuoka Shoyu Dogyo Kumiai — Shizuoka. 

Shoyu. 
Mito-Shoyu Jozo-Kumiai — Ebaragi. Shoyu. 
Soyemon Murata — Ebaragi. Shoyu. 
Ninbei Nishio — Ebaragi. Shoyu. 
Soyemon Murata — ^Ebaragi. Shoyu. 
Hikobei Yamanaka — Ebaragi. Shoyu. 
Takichi Sugaya — Ebaragi. Shoyu. 
Yahei Murai — Ebaragi. Shoyu. 
Teikichi Tateno — Ebaragi. Shoyu. 
Hichizayemon Yoshida — ^Ebaragi. Shoyu. 
Masanosuke Sugizawa^Ebaragi. Shoyu. 
Teijiro Ohashi — Ebaragi. Shoyu. 
Gomeikaisha Shibanuma Shoten — Ebaragi. 

Shoyu. 
Nagai Shoyu Gomeikaisha — Ebaragi. Shoyu. 
Uhei Hanarl — Ebaragi. Shoyu. 
Tahei lyeda — Ebaragi. Shoyu. 
Jobishi Gomeikaisha — -Ebaragi. Shoyu. 
Chagyo Kumiai Chup Kaigisho — Tokyo. Tea. 
Taih^ki Chasho Koaki — ^^Taihoku. Tea. 
Ohiti Cho Shun— Taihoku. Tea. 
Kaku Kan Sen — Taihoku. Tea. 
Chin Oho Byo— Taihoku. Tea. 
Ko Sei Hyo— Taihoku. Tea. 
nhiu Zui Ho— Taihoku. Tea. 
Ri Man Kyo — Taihoku. Tea. 
K-) Sei Chin— Taihoku. Tea. 
Ko Ho Shin — Taihoku. Tea. 
CMn Zui Sei— Taihoku. Tea. 
Chin Zui Rei — Taihoku. Tea. 
So Ryo To— Taihoku. Tea. 
Kaku Ho Gen — Taihoku. Tea. 
Ooba Yei Sei — Taihoku. Tea. 
Cho Gvoku Rin — Taihoku. Tea. 
Ryu Hin Shin— Taihoku. Tea. 
Rin Gyoku Sen — Taihoku. Tea. 
Rai Yei Zai — Taihoku. Tea. 
Sho Sei Yen — Taihoku. Tea. 
Nippon Taiwan-Cha Kabushiki Kaisha— 

Toyen. Tea. 
Nozawa-Gumi — Kanagawa. Pepper, Dried Gin- 
ger. 
Taohoki Seito Kabushiki Kaisha— Taihoku. 

Sue-ar. 
Rin Hon Gen Seito Kabushiki Kaisha— Tai- 

chu. Sugar. 
Yensuiwan Seito Takushoki Kabushiki Kaisha 

— Kagi. Sugar. 
Dainippon Seito Kabushiki Kaisha — Kagi. 

Sufar. 



Taiwan Seito Kabushikin Kaisha — Tainan. 

Sugar and Alcohol. 
Taiwan Seito Rengo Kai — Tokyo. Crude 

Sugar. 
Shizuokaken Shogu Hechima, Kasho Rakkasei 

Dogyo Kumeiai— Shuzuoka. Pepper, Ginger. 
Zensuke Yagi — Chiba. Mirin. 
Zenbei Baba — Chiba. Mirin. 
Kohei Okada — Chiba. Mirin. 
Sanzayemon Akimoto — Chiba. Mirin. 
Monjiro Horikiri — Chiba. Mirin. 
Hachijoji Ishikawa— Aichi. Mirin. 
Tatsuji Iwatsuki — Aichi. Mirin. 
Kangoro Suzuki — Aichi. Mirin 
Momotaro Oiwa — Aichi. Mirin. 
Senju Nagai— Aichi. Mirin. 
Kohichi Kazeoka — Aichi. Mirin. 
Heizayemon Yamada — Aichi. Mirin. 
Yomo Comeikaisha — Kyoto. Mirin 
Sutejiro Kimura — Kyoto. Mirin. 
GROUP 128 

Kabushikikaisha Nunobiki Kosen Sho — Hyoso 
Mirers. 1 WMter. ' ^ ' 

The Clifford Wilkinson Tansan Mineral Water 
Co., Ltd. — Hyogo. Mineral Water. 

Takarazuka Kosen Goshikaisha — Hyogo, Min- 
eral Water. 

IsabuTO Nakamura — Hvogo. Mineral Water 

The Hirano Mineral Water Co.— Hvogo Min- 
eral Water. 

Kojiro Uyeno— Hyogo. Mineral Water 

Kokoku Kosen Kabushiki Kaisha— Osaka. 
Mineral Water. 

Misumi Kosen Shokai— Kumamoto. Mineral 
Water. 

GROUP l:',0 

Zeusuke Yagi— Chiba. Mirin 

Zenbei Baba— Chiba. Mirin 

Kohei Okada — Chiba. Mirin. 

Sarzayemon Akimoto — Chiba Mirin 

Monjiro Horikiri— Chiba. Mirin 

Hachiioji Ishikawa— Aichi. Mirin 

Tatsuji Iwatsuki — Aichi. Mirin 

Kangoro Suzuki— Aichi. Mirin" 

Momotaro Oiwa — Aichi Mirin 

Senju Naeai— Aichi. Mirin. 

Kokichi Kazeoka — Aichi Mirin 

Heizayemon Yamada— Aichi. Mirin 

Yomo Gomeikaisha— Kyoto. Mirin 

Sutejiro Kimura— Kyoto. Mirin 

Yeigashima Shuzo Kabushiki Kaisha^Hyogo 
Sftke. • ■ 

Kvutaro Washio— Hvogo. Sake 

Pu^jiro Osabe— Hyogo. Sake 

Yetsuzo Tatsuma — Hyogo. Sake 

Tazayemon Yamamura— Hyogo. ' Sake 

Ishizaki Goshi Kaisha— Hvogo. Sake 

Sensuke Isumi — Hvogo. Sake 

Kano Gomeikaisha— Hvogo. Sake 

Gomeikaisha Honkano Shoten— Hyogo Sake 

S.burobei Otsuka-Osaka. Sake 

Shibatajii Gomeikaisha— Osaka. Sake 

Sar.li T-^rii— Osaka. Sake 

Gerjiro Kaizu— Osaka. Sake 

Taku Gomeikaisha- Osaka. Sake. 

Wa saburo Otsuka— Osaka. Sake 

MarunisM Goshikaisha— Aichi. Sake. 

Mpgokichi Sato— Aichi. Sake 

Hirose Gomeikaisha— Aichi Sake 

Shohei Sugimoto — Aichi. Sake 

Yakichi Inaba— Aichi. Sake 

Hichirobei Uchida— Aichi Sake 

Ota Goshikaisha^-Aichi. Sake 

Ita Goshikaisha — .\ichi Sake 

Sh-taro Mase— Aichi. Sake 

Tanaka Shuzo Goshikaisha— Aichi. Sake. 

Morita Goshikaisha— Aichi. Sake 

Tsunekichi Okura— Kyoto. Sake ' 

Kyutaro Horino— Kvoto. Sake. 

Sakugoro Kobayashi— Fukuoka. Sake 

Isaburo Tomiyasu— Fukuoka. Sake 

Gomeikaisha Seiriki Shoten— Fukuoka. Sake 

Sudo Gomeikaisha— Fukuoka. Sake 



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Oomeikaisha Seiriki Shoten — Fukuoka. Sake. 

Goshikaisha Ninomiya Meishujozoten — Fuku- 
oka. Sake. 

Shigeyuki Tomiyasu — Fukuoka. Sake. 

Goshikaisha Kamachi-Meishu' Jozo Sho — 
Fukuoka. Sake. 

Ryuhei Takeda — Fukuoka. Sake. 

Taiwan Seito Kabushiki Kaisha — Tianau. 
Sugar and Alcohol. 

GROUP 131 
Dai Nippon Beer Eahushikikaisha — Tokyo. 

Beer, Citron. 
Teikoku Beer Kabushiki Kaisha — Fukuoka. 

Beer. 
Jozo Shikenjo — Photographs and samples of 

brewed drinks. 

NETHERLANDS 

Location: Av. B, bet. 1st and 2nd Sts. 

GROUP 117 

De Nederlandsche Sigarenfabriek "de Hul- 

kar," Fa Hamers & Co., Oisterwyk. Cigars. 

AD Folowing groups under this head. 

GROUP 125 
de Biscuitfabrlek "de Zwaluw" flrma W. C. 
van der Kaay, Utrecht. Biscuits. 



GROUP 127 

Betke's Hollandsche Cacaofabriek, Amster- 
dam. Cocoa. 

de Firma B. van der Sluys, Rotterdam. Spices, 
oils and groceries. 



GROUP 130 
de Firma Gebr. Catz, Rotterdam. 
liquors. 



Bitters and 



PORTUGAL 

Location: 4th St., bet. Avs. A and B. 

The complete list of exhibits from Portugal 
in the Department of Agriculture will appear 
in revised edition of the catalogue. 

SPAIN 

Location: Ave. B, bet. 1st and 2nd Sts. 

The complete list of exhibits from Spain in 
the Department of Agriculture will appear in 
revised edition of the Catalogue. 

CHINA 
Location: Avs. B & C, bet. 4th & 5th Sts. 
The complete list of exhibits from China in 
the Department of Agriculture will appear in 
revised edition of the Catalogue. 




The first place to 
visit in the 

Palace of Food Products 




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IS 



fZ Exhibit 



See how Libby's Food Products are put up the same day 
as gathered, right in the fields where they are produced, in 
the locality best suited for growing each particular product. 

You will realize why Libby McNeill & Libby are known 
as the '* World's Greatest Caterers'* and why you should 
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HORTICULTURE 

AND 

FLOmCULTUKE 

Official Catalogue 
of Exhibitors 

PANAAA - PACIFIC 

INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 

SAN FRANCI5CO 1915 




PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 
SAN FRANCISCO 

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 



.July 10 1914«^ 
To WioQ It May Conci»jrn:» 

This is to certify^ that the Wahlgreen Company, ef «^ie))^ 
Mr. 0. A. Utehlgreen is the President end Manager, has been given a con- 
tract by the Panaiaa-Pacific International Exposition Company autheriiing 
and requiring the Wahlgreen Company to publish the official daily pro- 
gramme, official catalogue, official hand-book, official guide and of- 
ficial maps of the Exposition, 




Copyright 
PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 

San Francisco. 1915 



Official Catalogue of 
Exhibitors 



Panama -Pacific International Exposition 

San Franciscot California, J9J5 

CHARLES C MOORE 

President 



Director -in -Chief 
FREDERICK J. V- SKIFF 

Division of Exhibits 

ASHER CARTER BAKER, Director 



Department i> ^ 

HORTICULTURE 

G. A. DENNISON, Chief 



Preliminary Edition 



Published for the Division of Exhibits by 

The "Wahl green Company, Official Publisliers 
San Francisco^ 19)5 



PREFACE 

By Asher Carter Baker, Director of Exhibits 



A modern, universal exposition is an encyclopedia of man's words and 
works. It is a collection of the achievements and productivity of man for exam- 
ination by the International Jury of Awards, and constitutes a compact, classified, 
indexed compendium of man's activity in all phases, extending to the most material 
as well as to the most refined products. It is estimated that a million objects are 
exposed in the various displays installed within the palaces, in foreign, state and 
special pavilions. To properly classify, group and arrange alphabetically all the 
exhibits of an exposition of such international scope, is a task of such magnitude 
as to make it impossible to provide a complete catalogue of these exhibits on 
opening day of the Exposition. 

This edition of the official catalogue is therefore presented preliminary to 
the revised and complete catalogue which will be issued within a few weeks, and 
to the preparation of which, in realization of its extraordinary value as a document 
of general and commercial reference, special care is being given. i 

The present volume, however, capably serves the purpose for which it is 
designed, as an early index of the infinite variety of interesting exhibits which 
are the concrete evidences of the industrial, educational and artistic advancement 
of the world. 

Acknowledgment is hereby offered of the excellent co-operation received in 
the compilation of this catalogue from the Commissioners-General of participating 
nations, officers of State Commissions, individual exhibitors, and more particularly, 
the various officers of the Division of Exhibits, and the Official Catalogue Com- 
pany, publishers of the catalogue. 



HORTICULTURE 



Official Catalogue 
Department K 



CLASSIFICATION OF EXHIBITS 



Appliances and Methods of Pomology, Flori- 
culture and Arboriculture. 

Appliances and Methods of Viticulture. 

Pomology. 

Preserved, Dried and Pickled Fruits. 

Fruit Culture.- 

Trees, Shrubs, Ornamental Plants and Flowers. 

Seeds, Bulbs, Cuttings and Plants for Propagating. 

Theory of Horticulture and Horticultural 
Statistics. 



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ADMINISTRATION 



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HORTICULTURE GARDENS 
PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 

OPENS-fEBRU»RY 20 SAN FRANCISCO U.S.A. 1915 closes- DECt/.BeR* 



INTRODUCTION 



Department of Horticulture 

By 
G. A. DENNISON 

Chief 

The Department of Horticulture has three distinct sections: The out-of-doors 
exhibits in the Horticulture Gardens, the Conservatory, and the Economical 
Horticulture Section in the Palace of Horticulture. 

In the Horticulture Gardens, which embrace floriculture and arbori-culture, 
will be found exhibits illustrating the improvement of variety through seed selec- 
tion, the creation of new varieties through plant hybridization, and the origination 
of new species through the Mendelian theory of segregation. The benefit of expert 
cultural methods will also be shown and an interesting feature will be found in 
a number of exhibits which are made by the originators of a particular fruit or 
flower. The International Rose Contest, participated in by the leading rose 
originators of the world, will be found in Block 1 8. 

The great dome is a wonderful example of engineering ability, being the 
largest in the world, 152 feet in diameter and 186 feet high. Underneath its 
great expanse are the finest Royal and Cocos Palms in America. The curious 
Mycrocycus, hundreds of years old, and the various forms of plant life peculiar to 
the tropics will be of special interest, and the exhibits of aquatics in Pools Nos. 
42 and 43 contain many new and beautiful varieties of day and night-blooming 
plants. 

The Economical Section, which adjoins the great doine, embraces Pomology 
in all its phases, together with the mechanical appliances used in its production 
and marketing. All standard varieties of fruits will be shown in their commercial 
pack, and new and interesting varieties will also be seen. The educational features 
are particularly interesting, and are made with the idea of presenting the practical 
handling of all fruits. The model cannery will show all processes, from the receipt 
of the loose fruit from the orchard until, as canned fruit, it is boxed ready for de- 
livery to the grocer. Microcopists and chemists will conduct their laboratories in 
full view of visitors, showing how they arrive at their decisions. The orange- 
packing house will show how the loose fruit is received, brushed, labeled, packed 
and boxed. The seed-packing establishment will show the preparation of the 
seeds and how they are packed for the market. The dried fruit exhibits in 
standard commercial packages and in the new family-size carton, and the raisin 
seeding and packing establishment will be worthy of consideration, as will the 
operating exhibits of horticultural machinery, spraying devices, etc. 

The endeavor of the exhibit as a whole has been an arrangement which will 
prove of interest to the casual visitor who wishes to be entertained, to the student 
who desires to acquire objective demonstration of methods, to the business man 
seeking increased information as to standard packs and commodities, to the invest- 
ing homeseeker desiring to be informed upon the horticultural resources of the 
various States and countries, to the housewife, that she may know how fruit is 
handled before it reaches her hands in any form of a commercial package. 



HOW TO LOCATE AN EXHIBIT 

The Palace of Horticulture is laid out in blocks, which are con- 
secutively numbered from 1 to 44, inclusive, as shown on the floor 
plan. The aisles are designated as streets (First to Eighth) run- 
ning north to south, and as avenues (A to D), from east to west. 
To locate an exhibitor refer to the name, alphabetically arranged 
under the exhibit group to which each belongs in the official classi- 
fication, and note the aisles location following each name. Street 
and Avenue signs are erected at their intersection on the corners of 
all blocks. 

All Exhibits entered in this Catalogue are located in the Palace 
of Horticulture, unless otherwise indicated after the entry. The c 
following are abbreviations used in this Catalogue to designate other 
Exhibit Palaces : 

Fine Arts Palace Fn. A. Pal. 

Education Palace Ed. Pal. 

Liberal Arts Palace Lb. A. Pal. 

Manufactures Palace Mfr. Pal. 

Varied Industries Palace V. I. Pal. 

Machinery Palace Mch. Pal. 

Transportation Palace Trns. Pal. 

Agriculture Palace Agr. Pal. 

Food Products Palace Fd. Pr. Pal. 

Live Stock Palace Lv. St. Pal. 

Horticulture Palace Hor. Pal. 

Mines and Metallurgy Palace Min. Pal. 



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DEPARTMENT OF HORTICULTURE 



DEPARTMENT OF HORTICULTURE 

Official Classification of 
Exhibits 

GROUP 144 
APPLIANCES AND METHODS OF POMOLOGY, FLORICULTURE AND ARBORICULTURE 



Class 700. 



Class 701. 



Class 702. 

Class 703. 
Class 704. 
Class 705. 



Class 706. 
Class 707. 
Class 708. 



Class 709. 

Class 710. 
Class 711. 

Class 712. 

Class 713. 
Class 714. 
Class 715. 



Class 716. 
Class 717. 
Class 718. 
Class 719. 
Class 720. 
Class 721. 



Class 722. 
Class 723. 



Class 724. 
Class 725. 



Class 720. 
Class 727. 
Class 728. 



Horticultural tools; methods and appliances for gathering, packing and trans- 
porting produce; pruning and grafting knives, ladders; tree diggers; water- 
ing apparatus ; spraying apparatus and insecticides. 

Frost-fighting principles, methods and devices ; apparatus for preventing injury 
by frost; methods of de-frosting or thawing. Orchard heaters; heaters and 
vaporizers ; heaters and covers. 

Apparatus and objects for ornamenting gardens; vases, pots, chairs, seats, foun- 
tains, labels, etc. 

Glass houses and their accessories; heating apparatus, mattings, etc. 

Aquariums for plants. Ferneries, etc., for use in dwellings. 

Garden architecture and landscape gardening; plans, drawings, models, books,' 
pictures, etc. 

GROUP 145 

APPLIANCES AND METHODS OF VITICULTURE 

Types of buildings used in connection with vine culture. 
Methods of picking, packing and transporting fresh grapes. 
Raisin growing; methods of curing, packing, grading, etc. 

GROUP 14G 
POMOLOGY 

Pomaceous and stone fruits: apples, pears, quinces, peaches, apricots, plums, 

nectarines, cherries, grapes, etc. 
Citrus fruits : oranges, lemons, limes, shaddocks, pomelos, etc. 
Tropical and semi-tropical fruits : pineapples, avocadoes, bananas, guavas, mangoes, 

tamarinds, figs, olives, sapodillas, etc. 
Small fruits: strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, dewberries, gooseberries, 

currants, etc. 

Fruits matured in frost districts under frost protecting appliances. 
Kuts: walnuts, almonds, chestnuts, filberts, pecans, hickorynuts, etc. 
Casts and models of fruits in wax, plaster, etc. Photographs, publications and 
monographs. Labels for canned or preserved fruits. 

GROUP 147 
PRESERVED, DRIED AND PICKLED FRUITS 

Fniits, dried or prepared: prunes, figs, raisins, peaches, apricots, dates, etc. 

Fruits, canned, in tins or in glass. Fruits preserved without sugar. 

Pickled fruits. Brandied fruits. Preserves, jellies and jams. 

Processed fruits. 

Olives: green, ripe, pickled and dried. Olive oil. 

Equipment for and processes of canning fruit. Canning factories. 

GROUP 148 
FRUIT CULTURE 

Collections of fruit trees and vines. Methods of propagating, packing, shipping, 

planting, growing, training, pruning, etc. 
Plants of small fruits: strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, gooseberries, etc. 

Methods of propagating, growing, transplanting, training, packing, shipping, etc. 
Methods of cross-fertilization of fruits and nuts. 
Exhibits of insect pests and diseases of fruit trees, vines and plants, and modern 

appliances for their eradication. Advantages in the use of predaceous and 

parasitic insects. 

GROUP 149 
TREES, SHRUBS, ORNAMENTAL PLANTS AND FLOWERS 

Ornamental trees, seedlings or grafted. Methods of propagating, packing, ship- 
ping, planting, growing, training, grafting, pruning, etc. 

Ornamental shrubs, deciduous and evergreen. Methods of propagating, packing, 
shipping, planting, growing, training, grafting, pruning, etc. 

Flowering plants for the park or garden. Bulbous plants. Herbaceous plants 
grown in open ground. Botanical specimens. 



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Class 729. Plants for the conservatory, ornamental and flowering. Hot-house plants and 

those grown in houses of moderate temperature. 
Class 730. Specimens of culture used in different countries for use or for ornament. 
Class 731. Forced culture of fruits; specimens and processes. 
Class 732, Insect pests, fungus diseases and . parasitic growths, affecting ornamental trees 

plants; natural and artificial methods of combating them. 
Class 733. Masses and baskets of flowers. Bouquets of natural flowers. Wax or other 

imitations of plants, leaves or flowers. Florists' supplies. 

GROUP 150 
SEEDS, BULBS, CUTTINGS AND PLANTS FOR PEOPAGATINa 

Class 734. Collections of seeds of flowers, plants and trees. i 

Class 735. Collections of bulbs for planting. 

Class 736. Collections of cuttings or young plants for grafting. Nursery stock. Methods 

of packing and shipping. 
Class 737. FloAvers and plants ' grown for perfumes, extracts, and medicinal uses. 

GROUP 151 

THEORY OF HORTICULTURE AND HORTICULTURAL STATISTICS 

Class 738. Charts or diagrams showing the comparative area occupied by fruit industries 
in states and countries. Charts or diagrams illustrating progress of organiza- 
tion among fruit growers for promotion of their industry by improved packing 
and marketing methods. 

Charts showing moisture requirements of different fruits supplied by rainfall or 
irrigation, or by both. Charts or diagrams showing the period of ripening of 
different fruits in any state and country. Charts and names and time of market 
suitability of varieties of each fruit commercially grown in any state or country. 
Charts showing rainfall, sunshine and wind movements as affecting the character 
and yield of fruit. 

Graphic representations of the history and work of state and national horti- 
cultural societies, including publications thereof. 

Charts showing districts where frost protection will benefit growers. 

Treatises on international, national and interstate fruit and fruit tree quarantine. 
Charts showing quarantine passports, tags, certificates, etc. 



Class 739. 



Class 740. 



Class 741. 
Class 742. 



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DEPARTMENT OF HORTICtTLTURE 



GROUP 144 
APPLIANCES AND METHODS OF POM- 
OLOGY, FLORICULTURE AND 
ARBORICULTURE 

Atkins, E. C. & Company, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Pruning Saws, Mfr. Pal., 5th St., bet. Avs. 
C & D. 
Austin-Western Road Machinery Co., Chicago. 
Lib. Arts Palace bet. Avs. B and C. Motor 
Lawn mower, Mch. Palace, 4th & 5th Sts. 

Bean Spray Pump Co., San Jose, Cal. Spray- 
ing equipment and fittings. Ave. E. 

California Spray Chemical Co., Watsonville, 
Cal. 1st St. cor. Ave. A. 

Cleveland Foundry Co., The, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Mfr. Pal., Av. D, bet. 5th & 6th Sts. Mfrs. 
of New Perfection Orchard Heater. The 
skill and experience of the world's largest 
manufacturer of oil-burning devices is back 
of the Perfection line — the best materials, 
careful workmanship, standardized methods, 
constant inspection. The result — Perfection 
products give uniform satisfaction and last 
indefi^nitely. 

Cleveland Lawn Weeder Co., The, Cleveland, O. 
Weeders. Working exhibit, Horticulture 
Gardens. The "Cleveland" Lawn Weeder. 

Coldwell Lawn Mower Co., Newburgh, N. Y. 
Lawn Mowers. 1st St. cor. Ave. D. 

Disston, Henry & Sous, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pruning Saws ; Post Hole and Tree Dig- 
gers. Mfr. Pal., Av. C, cor. 6th St. 

Field Force Pump Co., Elmira, N. Y. Spray- 
ing Apparatus. 7th St., cor. Av. A. 

Hercules Powder Co. San Francisco, Cal. 
Horticultural Tools. Min. Pal. Ave. B & 
7th St. Earth Augers, Subsoiling Bars; 
Tree Planting; See Exhibit in Section 30, in 
Palace of Mines and Metallurgy. 

International Harvester Company of America, 
Chicago, U. S. A. Horticultural Tools, etc. 
Agr. Pal., 4th St. bet. Aves. B & C. Hor- 
ticultural tools, methods and appliances, 
Spraying Apparatus. 

Rognier, G. & Co., San Mateo, Cal. Garden 
ornaments. Ave. F. Fountain seats. 

Stewart Fruit Co., Los Angeles and San 
Francisco. Orange Packing. 1st St. Aves. 
C & D. Complete orange packing plant 
in operation, showing every phase of the 
industrv. including grading, sizing, packing, 
box making, etc. 

Union Oil Company of California, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Min. Pal., 6th St. & Ave. B. 
Distillate for Tree Spraying. Oil for Or- 
chard heating; insecticides. 

Winters Dried Fruit Co., Winters, Cal. Fruit 
Grader. Av. A, cor. 7th St. 

POMOLOGY 

GROUP 146 
Winters Dried Fruit Co., Winters, Cal. Al- 
monds. Av. A, cor. 7th St. 

GROUP 147 
PRESERVED, DRIED AND PICKLED 

FRUITS 
Anderson-Barngrover Mfg. Co., San Jose, Cal. 
Av. E. Canning and Dried Fruit Machin- 
ery. 

Ayars Machine Co., Salem, N. J. Electrical 
timing device for process kettles. Bet. 1st 
& 2nd Sts. & Avs. B & D. 

California Associated Raisin Co., Fresno, Cal. 
Raisins, bet. 7th and 8th Sts. & Avs. A&B. 



Cal. Fruit Canners' Ass'n., San Francisco, 
Cal. Canned Fruits. Av. B, 1st & 2nd Sts. 

Castle Brothers, San Francisco, Cal. 1st St., 
cor. Av. A. Packers and Shippers; Cali- 
fornia Dried Fruits ; Main Office — 1(X*> 
Pine Street. Packing houses — San Fran- 
cisco, San Jose, Fresno, Selma, Pomona. 

Citizens Wholesale Supply Co., Columbus, O. 
Fd. Pr. Pal., 4th St. bet. Avs. D & E. 

Hawaiian Pineapple Packers' Assn., Hono- 
lulu, T. H. Pineapple Products. Av. F. 
Hawaiian Pineapple, Hawaiian Pineapple 
Juice; Haiku Fruit & Packing Co., Ltd., 
Haiku, Maui, Hawaii, pineapple; Hawaii 
Preserving Co., Honolulu, Hawaii, pine- 
apple; Hawaiian Islands Packing Co., Wa- 
hiawa, Oahu, Hawaii, pineapple; Hawaiian 
Pineapple Co., Ltd., Honolulu, Hawaii, 
pineapple ; Kauai Fruit & Land Co., Kauai, 
Hawaii, pineapple; Libby. McNeill & Lib- 
by. Inc., of Honolulu, Hawaii, pineapple; 
Maui Pineapple Co., Maui, Hawaii, pine- 
apple; Pearl City Fruit Co., Ltd., Hono- 
lulu, Hawaii, pineapple ; Thomas Pineapple 
Co., Honolulu, Hawaii, pineapple. 

Heinz, H. J. Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Preserved 
Fruits. Fd. Pr. Pal. 3rd St. cor. Av. C. 

Hunt Brothers Co., San Francisco, Cal. Pre- 
served Fruits. 1st St., cor. Av. A. 

Hydraulic Press Mfg. Co., Mt. Gilead, O. 
Fruit Grinders. Bet. 1st & 2nd Sts. & Avs. 
B & D. 

Knapp Company, The, Fred H., Baltimore, 

Md. Machinery. Bet. 1st & 2nd Sts. & 
Avs. B & D. Can Labeling and Boxing 
Machines. 
Lady Betty, Inc., Brookline, Mass. Preserved 

Fruits. Fd. Pr. Pal.. Av. B2, cor. 3rd. 
Libby, McNeill & Libby, Chicago, 111. Pre- 
serves, etc. Fr. Pr. iPal. Av. E, cor. 2nd 
St. California Canned Fruits: Yellow 
Free Peaches, Yellow Cling Peaches, White 
Cling Peaches, Bartlett Pears, Grapes, 
Seedless Grapes, Apricots, Royal Anne 
Cherries, Black Clierries, Green Gage 
Plums, Egg Plums, Hawaiian Pineapple, 
Paspberries and Blackberries. Preserved 
Fruits, Jellies, .Tarns. Marmalades, Apple 
Butter, Olives, Olive Oil, Apples. 
Los Angeles Olive Growers Ass'n., Los An- 
geles, Cal. Olive Oil, 2nd St., cor. Av. A. 
Morgan Machine Co., Rochester, N. Y. Ma- 
chinery. Bet. ]st and 2nd Sts., and Avs. 
B & D. Box Nailing Machine. 
National Canners' Association, Washington, 
D. C. Bet. 1st & 2nd Sts. & Avs. B & D. 
American Can Co., New York and San 
Francisco. Can Clinching Machine. 
Anchor Cap & Closure Co., New York. 

Vacuum Closing Machine. 
Anderson-Barngrover Mfg. Co., San Jose, 

Cal. Fruit Grader. 
Beach Russ Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Vacuum 

Pump. 
Berger & Carter Co., San Francisco. Fill- 
ing Table. 
Burpee & Letson, Bellingham, Wash. Weigh- 
ing Machine. 
Burt Labeling Machine Co., Baltimore, Md. 

Can Labeling Machine. 
Demming, F. L., Chicago, 111. Combined 

Vacuum Machine. 
Dundon, P. J., San Francisco. Retort for 

Canned Fruits. 
Haller, ,Jos. F., Pittsburg, Pa. Berry 

Washing Machine. 
Hamilton Brass & Copper Works, Hamil- 
ton, O. Steam Kettle. 



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liohmann & Maurer, Rochester, N. Y. Lye 

Peelers. 
Huntley Mfg. Co., Silver Creek, X. Y. 

Blanching Machine. 
Johnson Machine Co., San Francisco. Can 

Opening Device. 
Knapp, Fred H., Westminster, Maryland. 

Boxing Machine. 
Krenz, Oscar, San Francisco. Steam Tilt- 
ing Kettle. 
Morgan Machine Co., Rochester, N. Y. Box 

Nailing Machine. 
Tagliaben, C. J. Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Con- 
troller for Retort. 
T'nion Iron Works, San Francisco. Syrup 
Filling Machine. 

Pacific Coast Syrup Co., San Francisco, Port- 
land, Seattle. Preserved Fruits. 4th St., 
cor. Av. D. 

Pompeian Company, The, Genoa-Italy, Balti- 
more, U. S. A. Olive Oil. "The Pompeian 
Company is the largest importer of high- 
quality, edible olive oil in America. Olive oil 
is imported in hulk and packaged in an up- 
to-date, hygienic plant at Baltimore, under 
the most sanitary conditions. Enter your 
name on Pompeian register, and receive 
Pompeian receipt booklet -with the story of 
Pompeian Olive Oil." 

Sprague Canning Machinery Co., Chicago, 111, 
Can Washing Machines. 

Stewart Fruit Co., Los Angeles and San 
Francisco, Cal. Orange Packing. 1st St., 
bet. Avs. C & D. A complete orange pack- 
ing plant in operation, showing every 
phase of the industry, including grading, 
sizing, packing, box making and tagging. 

Stonham, E., Los Angeles, Cal. Pumps, Bet. 
1st & 2nd Sts. & Avs. B & D. 

Thompson & Hills, Ltd., Auckland, Canned 
Fruits. Agr. Pal. Avs. C & D, bet. 6th 
& 8th Sts. 

Wellman, H. P., San Francisco. Can Marking 
Device. Bet. 1st & 2nd Sts. & Avs. B & D. 

Winters Dried Fruit Co., Winters, Cal, Dried 
Fruits. Av. A, cor. 7th St. 

Wright, E. A., Oakland, Cal, Preserved 
Fruits, 7th St., cor. Av. D. 

GROUP 148 
FRUIT CULTURE 
Schooner, Rev, Geo., Brooks, Ore, Black- 
berry Plants. Block 14, Bed XXXIV. 

GROUP 149 

TREES, SHRUBS, ORNAMENTAL PLANTS 
AND FLOWERS 

Artificial Decorative Plant Co., San Fran- 
cisco, Artificial Plants. 2nd St., cor. Av, B. 

Brant-Heintz Flower Co., Madison, N, J 
Roses. Block 18, Bed XLIII. 

Child s, John Lewis, Flowerfield, L, I., N. Y. 
Gladioli and Lilies. Block 5, Bed XXII. 

Cockerell, T. D. A. and W, P,, Boulder, Colo, 
Sunflowers. Block 0, Bed XXIV. 

Conard & Jones Company, The, West Grove, 
Pa, Cannas, Block 10. Originators and 
merchants of fine roses and canna lillies. 
Send for catalog — free. 

Cook, John, Baltimore, Md. Roses, Block 
18, Bed XL14. 

Co wee, Arthur, Berlin, N, Y, Gladioli, 
Blocks 7 and 8, Beds Xld to XX inclusive. 
Representative and Grower of Groffs Hy- 
brids and Originations; originator and 
Grower of many fine varieties. Illustrated 
catalog sent free upon request. 



Dingee & Conrad Co., West Grove, Pa. Roses. 
Block 2, Bed IV. 

Dreer, Henry A., Inc., Philadelphia, Pa, 

Aquatic Plants. Av. L. Largest growers 
in America. Seeds, Plants and Bulbs of 
all kinds. Write for catalog. Seeds fresh 
and reliable. 

Eicholz, Henry, Waynesboro, Pa, Roses. 
Block 18, Bed XXXIV, 

Farr, Bertrand H., Wyomissing, Pa. Flower- 
ing Plants. Blocks 5 & 6, Bed XXIV, A 
& B. 

Hill, E. G, Co., Richmond, Ind. Roses. 
Block 18, Beds XXVI and XLVII. 

Horticultural Federation of the Nether- 
lands. Blocks 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, Hort. 
Gardens. Large collective exhibit of trees, 
shrubs and plants. 

Howard & Smith, Los Angeles, Cal, Roses, 
Block 18. 

Hasting, Wm. F. Co., Buffalo, N. Y, Cannas. ^ 

Block 10, Bed IX. 

McGredy, Samuel & Son, Portadown, Ireland, 
Roses. Block 18. 

Michell, Henry F., Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Buddleia, Block 5, Bed XXII; and Can- 
nas, Block 2, Bed VI, 

Friend Mfg. Co, Gasport, N, Y. Spraying 
Equipment. 1st St. cor. Ave, A. 

Hammond, Benjamin, Beacon, N. Y, Insecti- 
cides, etc. Horticultural Garden. 

Morse, C. C. & Co., San Francisco, Cal, 
Seed Growers and Dealers, 4th St., cor 
Av. D, Blocks 3 and 4, Horticultural Gar- "^ 
dens. Collection of Annuals, Sweet Peas 
and various flowers, Roses, Dahlias, new- 
est and best varieties; Hyacinths, Daf- 
fodils, Tulips and various Holland Bulbs. 
Onion Lettuce, Radish, Pumpkin, Tomato, 
Corn, etc. Alfalfa, Clovers and Grasses. 
Largest wholesale seedman and seed grow- 
ers on Pacific Coast. Seeds by mail — cata- 
log free. Morse's seeds on ' sale by all 
leading dealers west of Kansas. Morse's 
seeds are all tested. Morse's seeds noted 
for quality. Retail Store, 125 Market St., 
San Francisco. 

Philippine Board. Large collection of or- 
chids. Conservatory, Philippine Pavilion. 

Pleas, C. E, Plant Co., Chipley, Florida, 
Kudzu, Forage and Ornamental Vine, Con- 
servatory and on lattice between Blocks 
18 and 19, 17 and 20. Plants for sale. 

Rea, Frederick J., Norwood, Mass. Phlox. 
Mass. Coll. Exhibit, Horticultural Gardens. 
Hardy varieties. 

Reuter, S. J. & Son, Westerly, R. I. Roses. 
Block 18, Bed XL. 

Schoener, Rev. Geo., Brooks, Ore, Roses, 
Block 18. 

Tevis, Dr. Harry L., Alma, Cal, Loan ex- 
hibit. Conservatory. 

Totty, Charles H., Madison, N. J. Roses. 
Block 18; Heliotrope, Block 5, Bed XXII, 

Tricker, William, Arlington, N, J, Aquatic 
Plants, Av. K. 

U. S. Dept, of Agriculture Experiment Sta- 
tions. Da sheen. Vines, Palms. Conservatory, 

Vaughan's Seed Store, Chicago, 111. Gladioli, 
Block 2, Bed I. Roses, Cannas; growers of 
Gladiolus Bulbs in quantity and variety. 
An international collection. 

Wagner, J. B., Pasadena, Cal. Wagner's 
Giant Winter Rhubarb yield, $1000 acre 

yearly. Block 6, Bed XXLV, 



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Whitacre, H. W., Seattle, Wash. Banwine 

Rhubarb. Block 0, Bed XXIV. A new yar- 

iety, very early and of delicious flavor. 

Quick growth. Ask for catalog. 
Wilmore, W. W., Denver, Colo. Dahlias. 

Block 6, Bed XXIA, and Block 7, Bed 

XXIB. 
Wilmore, W. W., Jr., Wheatridge, Colo. 

Dahlias, Gladioli, Canna. Block 7, Bed 

XV. Novelties a specialty. 



Wood, Allen L., Rochester. Boxwood Plants. 

Watase, Torailro, Toyko. Seeds of orna- 
mental plants. Av. A, cor. 4th St. 

Zvolanek, Ant. C, Lompoc, Cal. Sweet 
Peas. Winter flowering Sweet Peas. Blocks 
l(j and 17, Beds XL and XLIII. These 
sweet peas usually bloom in 60 to 90 days 
after sowing, any time in the year: out 
of doors or in greenhouses, originated and 



STATE EXHIBITS 



ARKANSAS 

Location: Bet. 2nd & 4th Sts., and Avs. A & B 
GROUP 144 

Benton County Hardware Co. — Rogers. Spray- 
ing Apparatus. 

Blocher, J. W. — Hiwasse. Cartons. 

Graham Mfg. Co. — Fruit Shipping Packages. 

Owasso Mfg. Co. — Benton. Folding Crates. 

Parker Bros.— Fayetteville. Landscape Gar- 
dening, etc. 

State of Arkansas. — Types of Heaters. 

Thomson Chemical Co. — Rogers. Insecticides. 

"University cf Arkansas.— Fayetteville. Land- 
scape Gardening. 

Woods, H.— Bentonville. Cartons. 
GROUP 14G 

Alexander, J. R. — Scotts Nuts. 

Ammons, W. E. — Bentonville. Pomaceous 
Fruits. 

Barnes, Mrs. J. N. — Jacksonville. Nuts. 

Eatjer, W. F. D.— Rogers. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Bert Johnson Orchard Co. — Labels. 

Boyle, A. G. — Bcnton.ville. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Britt, J. J. — Bentonville. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Cornelius, J. T. — Rogers. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Curry, C. H. — Centerton. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Derryberry, J. M. — Rogers. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Downer, E. C. — Rogers. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Eicher, D. E. — Springdale. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Eicher, J. A. — Springdale. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Farris, J. C. — Centerton. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Forester, U. S. — Harrison. Nuts. 

Garver, S. — Centerton. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Giger, Julius.— Bentonville. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Gipple, H. W. — Bentonville. Pomaceous 
Fi-uits. 

Highland Orchard Co. 

Hough, P. H. — Springdale. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Jacks, J. C. — Marianna. Nuts. 

Jordan, J. M. — Centerton. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Keififer, Francis. — Harrison. Nuts. 

Keith & Sons. — Hiwasse. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Lane, D. O.— Gentry. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Lee, J. P. — Fayetteville. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Lincoln, Geo. — Bentonville. Pomaceous Fruits. 

McDavid, G. U. — Springdale. Pomaceous 
Fruits. 

McLean, L. D. — Rogers. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Millsop, A. D. — Farmington. Pomaceous 
Fruits. 

Peay, Rayburn. — .Johnson. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Rand, L. L. — Gentry. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Reeder, Geo. — Rogers. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Rotbr:ck. I. R. — Johnson. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Rubart, Lizzie. — Batavia. Clav Models 

Saugue, Louis. — Alexander. Nuts. 

Sharp, E. G. S. — Rogers. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Stover, C. E. — Rogers. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Swenson, E. T. — Bentonville. Pomaceous 
Fruils. 

University of Arkansas.— Fayetteville. Models, 

Whitesides, S. — Decatur. Pomaceous Fruits. 

Whitfield, D. H. — Bentonville. Pomaceous 
Fruits. 

Woods, J. N. — Rogers. Pomaceous Fruits. 



GROUP 147 

Appleby & Co. — Fruit in Tins. 

Ardmmagna, Felix. — Tonetitown. Processed 
Fruits. 

Barnes, Mrs. Gertrude. — Little Rock. Fruits 
in Glass. 

Bennett, Mrs. H. M.— Little Rock. Jellies. 

Bert Johnson Orchard Co. — Fruit in Tins. 

Caudle, E. — Greenwood. Fruits in Glass. 

Crossnoe, Mrs. T. C. — Hope. Jellies. 

Dixie Canrer Cd. — T>ittle Rock. Equipment 
for Canning Fruits. 

Doyle, Mrs. C. E. — Little Rock. Fruits in 
Glass. 

Green, Mrs. Elliott. — Morrillton. Fruits in 
Glnss. 

Hamilton ft Son. — Fayetteville. Dried Fruits. 

Holland American Co. — Fniit in Tins. 

Jonesboro Argicultural School. — Jonesboro. 
Processed Fruits. 

K. C. Southern Ry. — Processed Fruits. 

Kimmons, Walker & Co. — Fayetteville. Dried 
Apples. 

M. & N. A. Ry. — Processed Fruits. 

Morgan Sanitary Evaporator Co. — Rogers. 
Fruits in Tins. 

Smith, L. A.^ — Springdale. Fruits in Tins. 

State of Arkansas, by Cotton Belt Ry Pro- 
cessed Fruits. 

State of Arkansas, by Commissioner of Agri- 
culture. — Processed Fruits. 

Teasdale. J. R. — Rogers. Dried Apples. 

Tuggle, W. M. — Processed Fruits. 

GROUP 148 
-Judsonia. Plants of Small 



Fruit Trees and 



Bauer, J, 

Fruits. 

Britt, J. J.— Bentonville. 
Vines. 

Cope, W. A.— Jonesboro. Fruit Tree Diseases 
and Insect Pests. 

Green, T. H. — Russellville. Fruit Tree Dis- 
eases nnd Insect Pests. 

Goree, Earl. — Springdale. Fruit Trees and 
Vines. 

Hewitt, J. S., University of Arkansas. — 
Fruit Tree Diseases nnd Insect Pests. 

Parker Bros. — Fayetteville. Fruit Trees and 
Vines. 

Stark Bros. N. & O. Co.— Fayetteville. 
Trees and Vines. 

University of Arkansas. — Fayetteville. 
Tree Diseases and Insect Pests. 

University of Arkansas. — By W. H. 
Fruit Cross Fertilization. 

Vestal. J. W. ft Son. — Little Rock, 
of Small Fruits. 

Waller, J.— Judsonia. Plants of Small Fruits. 

Wilson, L. C. — Wickes. Methods of Grow- 
ing. 

GROUP 149 

Parker Bros.— Fayetteville. Ornamental Trees. 

Universitv of Arkansas. — Fayetteville. In- 
secticides. 

Vestal, J. W. & Son— Little Rock. Orna- 
mental Trees. 



Fruit 
Fruit 

Wicks. 

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GROUP loO 

Eritt, J. J. — Bentonville. Nursery Stock, 
Methods of Packing. 

Goree, Earle. — Springdale. Nursery Stock. 

McKnight, Mrs. W. A. — Little Kock. Collec- 
tion of Flower Seeds. 

Stark Bros., N. & O. Co. — Fayetteville. Nurs- 
ery Stock, Methods of Packing. 

University of Arkansas.— Fayetteville. Col- 
lection of Flower Seeds. 
GROUP l.jl. 

Ozark Fruit Growers Ass'n. — Rogers. Charts 
for Shipping Purposes. 

State of Arkansas. — Charts. 

State of Arkansas — State Horticultural Re- 
ports. 



CALIFORNIA 

Location: Bet. Avs. B & C & 2nd & 7th Sts. 
GROUP 14G 

Alameda County. Pomaceovis, stone and cit- 
rus fruits; nuts. 

California Almond Growers' Exchange, Sac- 
ramento. Almonds. 

Humboldt County, Pomaceous and stone 
fruits; nuts. 

Kern County. Pomaceous, stone and citrus 
fruits; nuts. 

Mendocino County. Pomaceous and stone 
fruits; nuts. 

Monterey County. Pomaceous and stone fruits ; 
nuts. 

Napa Coiinty. Pomaceous, stone and citrus 
fruits; nuts. 

San Joaquin Valley Counties Commission, 
Fresno. Fresno, Merced, Madera, Kings, 
Stanislaus, San Joaquin, Calaveras and 
Mariposa. Pomaceous, stone and citrus 
fruits ; nuts. 

Santa Barbara County. Pomaceous, stone and 
citrus fruits ; nuts. 

Santa Clara County. Pomaceous and stone 
fruits: nuts. 

Santa Cruz County. Pomaceous and stone 
fruits; nuts. 

Shasta County. Pomaceous, stone and citrus 
fruits; nuts. 

Siskiyou County. Pomaceous, stone and cit- 
rus fruits ; niits. 

Solano County. Pomaceous, stone and citrus 
fruits; nuts. 

Sonoma County. Pomaceous, stone and citrus 
fruits ; nuts. 

Southern California Counties Exposition Com- 
mission, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, San 
Diego, San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange, 
Ventura and Imperial counties. Citrus 
fruits; nuts. San Bernardino and San 
Diego counties. Pomaceous and stone fruits. 

Sutter County. Pomaceous, stone and citrus 
fruits: nuts. 

Tulare County. Pomaceous, stone and citrus 
fruits: nuts. 

Yolo County. Pomaceous, stone and citrus 
fruits; nuts. 

GROUP 147 

Alameda County. Dried, canned and pro- 
cessed fi'uits ; olives and olive oil. 

Kern County. Dried, canned and processed 
fruits ; olives and olive oil. 

Monterey County. Dried, canned and pro- 
cessed fruits. 

Napa County. Dried, canned and processed 
fruits. 

San Joaquin Valley Counties Commission, 
Fresno. Fresno, Merced, Madera, Kings, 
Stanislaus, San Joaquin and Calaveras 
counties. Dried, canned and processed 
fruits. Fresno, Merced, Madera, Kings, 
Stanislaus and San Joaquin counties, Olives 
and olive oil. 



Santa Barbara County, Dried, canned and 
processed fruits ; olives and olive oil. 

Santa Clara County. Dried, canned and pro- 
cessed fruits ; olives and olive oil. 

Santa Cruz County. Dried, canned and pro- 
cessed fruits; olives and olive oil, 

Shasta County. Dried, canned and processed 
fruits ; olives and olive oil. 

Siskiyou County, Dried, canned and proc- 
essed fruits. 

Solano County. Dried, canned and processed 
fruits. 

Sonoma County. Dried, canned and processed 
fruits. 

Southern California Counties Exposition Com- 
mission, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, San 
Diego, San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange, 
Ventura and Imperial counties. Dried, can- 
ned and processed fruits. Ventura, Los An- 
geles, Orange and San Diego counties. 
Olives and olive oil. 

Sutter Coitnty. Dried, canned and processed 
fruits ; olives and olive oil. 

Tulare County. Dried, canned and processed 
fruits ; olives and olive oil. 

Yolo County. Dried, canned and processed 
fruits ; olives and olive oil. 

GROUP 148 

Etter, Albert F. — Briceland, Humboldt Co, 
Strawberry Plants. Blks. l.'i&14. Bed XXXVI 

State Commission of Horticulture, Sacramento. 
Practical illustration of the State Insectory 
Service. 

GROUP 149. 

Alameda County. Trees, shrubs, ornamental 
plants and flowers. C 

Branin, Mrs. Jemima. — ^San Lorenzo. Roses, 
Block IR. Bed XLII. 

Bustrim, Wm. — Watsonville. Lilies. Harrisii 
Lilies. Block 16, Bed LX. 

California Rose Co. — Pomona. Roses. Blk 17, 
Beds LXVIII and LXIX. 

Coates, Leonard Co. — Morganhill. Acacias, 
Eucalyptus, Trees and Shrubs. Block 13, 
Bed XXVI (trees and shrubs) ; Block 16, 
Bed LXI (acacias and eucalyptus). 

Diener, R. & Co, — Mountain View. Flower- 
ing Plants. Block 2, Bed VIII and Block 
11, Bed L (geraniums). 

Etter, Albert F. — Briceland, Humboldt Co, 
Hybrid Columbines. Block 15, Bed XXXL 

Gill E. Nursery Co. — West Berkeley. Roses, 
Block 16, Bed LVIL 

Lilley, J, Eaden. — Santa Cruz. Freesias. 
Block IG, Bed LXIII. 

Lincoln, O. J. — Santa Cruz. Gladioli. Block 
13, Bed XXVI. 

Lohrmann, R. — San Rafael. Flowering Plants, 
Block 16, Bed LV. 

Pacific Coast Bulb Co.— Santa Cruz, Tulips, 
Block 17. Bed LXIII. 

Purdy, Carl,— Ukiah. Bulbous Plants. Blk, 
17, Bed LXX & LXXI, Blk. 15, Bed XXXL 

Roeding, Geo, Co, — Fresno. Evergreens, 
Palms, etc. Blk. 2, Bed VII (palms) ; 
Blk. S Bed XIT (evergreen shrubs); Blk. 
8, Beds XII, XIII and XIV (conifers), 

San Joaquin Valley Counties Commission, 
Fresno, Fresno County, Trees, shrubs, or- 
namental plants and flowers. 

San Mateo County, Trees, shrubs, ornamen- 
tal plants and flowers. 

Turner, Henry W,— Montebello, Roses. Blk. 
17, Bed LXVI. 

Vallance Nursery Co. — Oakland. Roses, Ever- 
greens and conifers. Block 16, Bed LV, 

Vanderbilt, Newell F, — San Rafael. Delphin- 
iums and Dahlias. Blk. 17. Bed LXX. 

Wallace, Grant.^ — San Mateo. Eucalyptus, 
Blk. 17, Bed LXII. 



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GROUP 150 

Alameda County. Seeds, bulbs, cuttings and 
plants for propagatins:. 

San Joaquin Valley Counties Commission, 
Presno, Fresno County. Seeds, bulbs, cut- 
tings and plants for propagating. 

San Mateo Couuty. Seeds, bulbs, cuttings and 
plants for propagating. 

GROUP 151 
State Commission of Horticulture, Sacramen- 
to. Theory of Horticulture ; maps, charts 
and publications; State Quarantine Service. 



IDAHO 
Location: Bet. 7tli & 8th Sts. & Avs. B & C. 

GROUP 14G 
Ahlstrand Fred. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Alderson, Jno. — Weiser. Apples. 
Alspace, S. B. — Payette. Apples. 
Barnes, Dr. N. B. — Eramett. Apples. 
Beckwith, T. J. — Payette. Apples. 
Berg, Louis. — Elminett. Apples. 
Blakesley, B. C. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Blakesley & Graham. — Fruitland. Apples, 
Bolton, S. H.— Twin Falls. Apples. 
Brockman, Fred. — Weiser. Apples. 
Cable, H. — Weiser. Apples. 
Chisholm, H. C — Twin Falls. Apples. 
Conway, J. R. — Twin Falls. Apples. 
Danielson. G. A. — Emmett. Apples. 
Dorothy, L. P. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Duell, Chas. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Fisher, Grant. — F'ruitland. Apples. 
Focht, Wm.— Twin Falls. Apples. 
Fosselman, T. A. — Weiser. Apples. 
Fonts, W. R. — Payette. Apples. 
Frank, Geo. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Fritchman, Clarance. — Wood Spur. Apples. 
Garman, N. J.— Payette. Apples. 
Golden, H. E.— Payette. Apples. 
Goldsmith, Ira. — Weiser. Apples. 
Graham, Guy. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Green, Jay. — Twin Falls. Apples. 
Haines, J. D. — Weiser. Apples. 
Harland, H. — Wood Spur. Apples. 
Hengler, Chas. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Herggler, Chas. B. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Hollenberg, H. B, — Weiser. Apples. 
Hunter, E. E.— Fruitland. Apples. 
Huntington, 0. K. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Jerome, Louis. — Payette. Apples. 
Johnson, A. E. — Parma. Apples. 
Johnson, Axel. — Payette. Apples. 
Johnson, W. H.— Twin Falls. Apples. 
Jones, David. — Wood Spur. Apples. 
Kauffman, H. A. — Fruitland. Apples. 
KennisOD, H. B. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Larson, C. E. — Payette. Apples. 
Lattig, O. P. — Wood Spur. Apples. 
Lattig, G. W. — Wood Spur. Apples. 
Lewis, Harry. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Lincoln, Geo — Twin Falls. Apples. 
Madsen & Edgcomb. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Martin, C. H. — Emmett. Apples. 
Minish, B. S.— Twin Falls. Apples. 
Moulton. Jno. — Weiser, Apples. 
Munn, T. E. — Weiser. Apples. 
Nesbit, S. K.— Twin Falls. Apples. 
Oster, Wm. — Wood Spur. Apples. 
Pardun, S. and D. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Pennington, A. J. — Weiser. Apples. 
Perrine, I. B.— Twin Falls. Apples. 
Powell, M. R. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Rand, Lester. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Reed, W. A.— Fruitland. Apples. 
Rezac, Ge!>. — Wood Spur. Apples. 
Rinehart, Loren. — Council. Apples. 
Rogers, A. A. — Fruitland. Apples, 
Santee, G. V, — Council. Apples. 
Scherraer, Wm. — Weiser. Apples. 
Scritchfield, J. O. — Fruitland. Apples. 



Shanks, L. M. — Payette. Apples, 
Smith Bros. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Smith H. E.— Payette. Apples. 
Snyder, L. A. — Twin Falls. Apples 
Spencer, Wm.^ — Twin Falls. Apples, 
Starr, W. S.— Twin Falls. Apples. 
Steele, John. — Parma. Apples. 
Stetler, A. A. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Stimson, B. H. — Emmett. Apples. 
Stoughton. R. W. — Wood Spur. Apples. 
Supplee, F. — Wood Spur. Apples. 
Taylor, L. Z. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Taylor, M. R. — Parma. Apples. 
Waters & Cook. — Twin Falls. * Apples. 
Wells, A. L. — Payette. Apples. 
White, Dan. — Fruitland. Apples. 
Whiteside, Mrs. Lydia. — Emmett. Apples. 
Whitsell, J. H.— Fruitland. Apples. 
Williams, D. W. — Weiser. Apples. 
Wood, A. E.^ — Wood Spur. Apples. 
Woods, R. H. — Wood Spur. Apples. 
Wynn, P.— Twin Falls. Apples. 
Young, Lee. — Payette. Apples. 

GROUP 147 

Ahlstrand Er"S. — Payette. Processed Fruits, 

Ames, G. E. — Lewiston. Processed Fruits. 

Apple, W. N. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Bankson, W. H. — Lewiston. Processed Fruits, 

Barnes, Dr. N. B. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Barrenger, T. C. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Beckwith, T. J.— Payette. Processed Fruits. 

Berridge, Mrs. Diana. — Boise. Processed 
Fruits. 

Blank, E. A.— Boise. Processed Fruits. 

Blatner, John. — Weiser. Processed Fruits. 

Boherer, Chas. H. — Weiser. Processed Fruits. 

Bowers, B. C. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Brunring, Jos. — Fruitland. Processed Fruits. 

Buck, S. — Lewiston. Processed Fruits. 

Buckman, 0. D. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Buena Vista Farm, B. S. Wright, Prop. — 
Ennrett. Processed Fruits. 

Caileuder, Will.— Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Cantwell & Glass. — Swan Falls. Processed 
Fruits. 

Clark, D. W. — Lewiston. Processed Fruits. 

Cockran, H. H. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Coflfman, J. W.— Weiser. Processed Fruits. 

Conway, J. R. — Twin Falls. Processed Fruits. 

Cook, Chas.— Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Dagnall, Geo. — Lewiston. Processed Fruits. 

Danielson, C. A. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Dear, E. E. — Wood Spur. Processed Fruits. 

De Clark, H. J. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Dewey, J. C. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Dodge. Mrs. R. — Boise. Processed Fruits. 

Driscoll, Mrs. T. — Payette. Processed Fruits. 

Duffie, Allen H. — Lewiston. Processed Fruits. 

Durham Br;>s. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Elwood, A. E. — Pavette. Processed Fruits. 

Eureka Ranch, H. W. Holler, Prop. — Emmett. 
Processed Fruits. 

Fest. H. L. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Flagler, Ira L. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Fletmore, Lot L. — Weiser. Processed Fruits. 

Forner, Geo. — Payette. Processed Fruits. 

Foster, F. — Boise. Processed Fruits. 

Fonts, W. A. — Payette. Processed Fruits. 

Garaage, C. L. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Gamin & Theuser — Weiser. Processed Fruits. 

Gem Fruit Farm, J. L. Jensen, Prop. — Em- 
mett. Processed Fruits. 

Glenn, Sam — Boise. Processed Fruits. 

Gray, H. C. — Lewiston. Processed Fruits. 

Hallock, Jason — Weiser. Processed Fruits. 

Hartley, Chas. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Hartley, Ray. — Emmett. 

Hayes, E. K. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Haynes, L. L. — Lewiston. Processed Fruits. 

Heath, I. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Hitt, J. I. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 

Homa. Wm. — Payette. Processed Fruits. 



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Indian Cache Ranch — Lewiston. Processed 

Fruits. 
Kefauver, Paul — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 
Knox, H. L. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 
Lathrop, A. C. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 
Lee, N. E. — Lewiston. Processed Fruits. 
Lipes, D. H. — Lewiston. Processed Fruits. 
Maneman, A. C. — Fruitland. Processed Fruits. 
Marker, J. P. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 
Martin, Chas. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 
McCool, R. A. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 
Mesa Orchard Co.— Mesa. Processed Fruits. 
Moulton, John — Weiser. Processed Fruits. 
Mutch, F. E.— Caldwell. Processed Fruits. 
Niagara Spring Orchard — Twin Falls. Pro- 
cessed Fruits. 
Obermeyer, Lou — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 
Paine, Ben — Roswell. Processed Fruits. 
Patvin, E. — Lewiston. Processed Fruits. 
Payette Commercial Club — Payette. Processed 

Fruits. 
Perrine, I. B. — Twin Falls. Processed Fruits. 
Phillip & Rodenbaugh — Caldwell. Processed 

Fruits. 
Pickering, R. — Lewiston. Processed Fruits. 
Prockish, Geo. J. — Weiser. Processed Fruits. 
Purcell, Nephi — Payette. Processed Fruits. 
Raymond, E. H. — Boise. Processed Fruits. 
Richards, A. S. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 
Romreill, Geo. H. — McCannon. Procd. Fruits. 
Sanders, John — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 
Santa Rosa Orchard Co., D. L. Ingard, Prop. 

— Fruitland. Processed Fruits. 
Schleicher, R. — Lewiston. Processed Fruits. 
Shaw, R. B. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 
Shaw, E. W. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 
Sincel, C. J. — Boise. Processed Fruits. 
Slager, Ira — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 
Smitchger, L. — Boise. Processed Fruits. 
Sommercamp, H. J. — Fruitland. Processed 

Fruits. 
Stern, E. D. — Boise. Processed Fruits. 
Stephens, E. F. — Nampa. Processed Fruits. 
Sullivan & Sullivan — Emmett. Processed 

Fruits. 
Taylor, E. p.— Payette. Processed Fruits. 
Taylor, Geo. — Boise. Processed Fruits. 
Taylor, S. F.— New Plymouth. Procd. Fruits. 
University of Idaho— Moscow. Procd. Fruits. 
Vahlberg, E. C. & Sons — Emmett. Processed 

Fruits. 
Valberg, Ed. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 
Warden, Abner — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 
Weiser Fruit & Produce Growers' Association 

— Weiser. Processed Fruits. 
Wherry, G. G. — Lewiston. Processed Fruits. 
Whitmore, J. A. — Boise. Processed Fruits. 
Wills, A. C. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 
Wills, J. A. — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 
Wilson, Silas — Nampa. Processed Fruits 
Wood, A. E.— Payette. Processed Fruits. 
Wynn, P.— Twin Falls. Processed Fruits. 
Yeck, John — Emmett. Processed Fruits. 
Yost, W. W. — Boise. Processed Fruits. 



KANSAS 

Location: Bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. & Avs. C & D. 

GROUP 146 

Alters, John— Belle Plain. Apples. 

Blair, George A. — Mulvane. Apples. 

Butts, J. S. — Mulvane. Apples. 

Dickson Orchard Co.— Arkansas Citv. Apples. 

Glover Bros.— Sedgewick Citv. Apples. 

Hoover, E. G., Hoover Orchard— Wichita. 

Apples. ... 

Mason, Thomas — Oxford. Apples. 
Ross Bros.— Wichita. Apples. 
Smith, George B.— Wichita. Apples. 
Thomas Orchard Co. — Wichita. Apples. 
Wickham, Chas.— Wichita. Berries, peaches. 
Yaggy orchard Co.— Hutchinson. Apples. 



GROUP 147 
Glover Bros. — Sedgewick City, Processed 

Fruits. 
Hanson, H. J. — Wichita. Processed Fruits. 
Hoover, E. G., Hoover Orchard — Wichita. 

Processed Fruits. 
Ross Bros. — Wichita. Processed Fruits. 



MASSACHUSETTS 

Location: Blocks 19, 20, 21 and 22, 

Horticulture Gardens 

GROUP 149 

Alexander, J. K. — East Bridgewater. Dahlias. 

Bay State Nurseries. — North Abington. Trees, 
Shrubs (Blocks 19, 20, 21, 22, Horticulture 
Gardens). Growers of hardy ornamental 
trees, shrubs, vines, perennials, etc., at 
wholesale and retail. Catalog and price list 
mailed upon request. W. H. Wyman, Pro- 
prietor. 

Boston & Maine Railroad Co. — Shrubs. 

Breck-Robinsan Co. — Lexington. Trees, plants. 

Cherry Hill Nurseries, T. C. Thurlow Sons, 
Inc., Proprietors — West Newbury. Plants. 

Dwyer, Edward F. & Sons — Lynn. Dahlias. 

Eager, George B. — Wakefield. Shrubs. 

Eastern Nurseries— .Jamaica Plain. Phlox. 

Farquhar, E. J. & Co. — Boston. Shrubs. 

Fisher, Peter— Ellis. Carnations. 

Forbes & Keith — New Bedford. Dahlias. 

Gillett, Edward— Southwick. Ferns, plants. 

Manning, J. Woodward — North Wilmington. 
Shrubs. 

New Eng'land Nurseries — Bedford. Trees. 

Old Colony Nurseries, Inc. — Plymouth. 
Shrubs. 

Patten & Co. — Tewksburv. Carnations. 

Eea, Frederic J.— Norwood. Phlox. 

R:land, Thomas— Nahant. Acacia. 

Walker, George H. — North Dighton. Dahlias. 



MONTANA 
Location: Av. A, cor. 7th St. 
GROUP 14G. 
Aichel, Mrs. Andrew — Hamilton. Apples. 
Allomont Orchards — Lo Lo. Apples. 
Andrus, I. E. — Missoula. Apples. 
Bagley, W. F.— Woodside. Apples. 
Bentley, F. J. — Hamilton. Apples. 
Berry, E. L. — Thompson. Apples. 
Bohannon, W. I. — Glenn. Apples. 
Burrell, A. E. — Hamilton. Apples. 
Calbrick, Wm. — Kalispell. Apples, 
Clark, W. A. Orchard— Missoula. Apples. 
Cottrell, Mrs. Ida M. — Florence. Apples. 
Curlew Orchards — Victor. Apples. 
Curtis, L. A.— Hamilton. Apples. 
Day, Dr. L. W.— Darby. Apples. 
De Young Bros. — Hamilton. Apples. 
Ealker, Dr. C. W.— Hamilton. Apples. 
Elliott, Mrs. J. A. — Hamilton. Apples. 
Elliott, Hazel— Hamilton. Apples. 
Elmer, Uriah— Whitehall. Apples. 
Engler, Frank— Victor. Apples. 
Estey, O. C— Bigfork. Apples. 
Fitch, J. H. C— Kalispell. Apples. 
Fox, Edwin— Missoula. Pears. 
Gibford, R. W.— Darby, Apples. 
Gray, Clark — Hamilton. Apples. 
Gregg, Richard— Kalispell, Apples, 
Grubb, G. H.— Kalispell. Apples. 
Hansen, Andrew — Hamilton. Apples. 
Hall, R. L. — Eureka. Apples. 
Hauf, John — Woodside. Apples. 
Hess, H. L.— Hamilton. Apples. 
Hightower, A. M.— Stevensville. Apples. 
Howell, Byron — Plains. Apples. 
Johnson, E. A — Hamilton. Apples. 
Kress, Ben — Hamilton. Apples. 



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Krohne, C. O. — Tjivingston. Apples. 

McElroy, Mrs. — Bigfork. Apples. 

Milbank, J. T. — Glenn. Apples. 

Montana Fruit Distrib. — Hamilton. Apples. 

NicliolsDn, R. B. — Como. Apples. 

Nicol, R. W. — Hamilton. Apples. 

Olsen, B. J. — Hamilton. Apples. 

Pennoyer, L. A. — Hamilton. Apples. 

Piatt, H. & Son — Como. Apples. 

Proctor, C. E. — Proctor. Apples. 

Schiiltz, Wm. — Rollins. Apples. 

Sc3tt, Willis — Eureka. Apples. 

Sears, I. H. — Hamilton. Apples. 

Shellhammer, G. — Hamilton. Apples. 

Stanford, Geo. S.— Somers. Apples. 

Taylor, Ray — Hamilton. Apples. 

Taylor & Welgemuth — Hamilton. Apples. 

University Orchard — Stevensville. Apples. 

Wemple, J. L. — Florence. Apples. 

White, Milo — Florence. Apples. 

Whiteside, Fred — Kalispell. Apples. 

Wood, J. C. — Bigfork. Apples, peaches, plums. 

Yenney, Jesse— Bigfork. Apples, peaches. 

Young, Claud — Hamilton. Apples. 



GROUP 149 
Wood, Allen L.— Rochester. Boxwood plants. 



NEVADA 
Location: Agr. Pal., Av. A, bet. 9tli & lOth. 

GROUP 147 
Boyce, A. M. — Yerington. Processed Fruits. 
Caliente League— Caliente. Processed Fruits. 
Cowdery, Walter — Dayton. Processed Fruits. 
FulstDne, G. H. — Wellington. Processed Fruits. 
Howard, Gene — Dayton. Processed Fruits. 
Johnson, M. L. — Dayton. Processed Fruits. 
McGowan, John — Yerington. Processed Fruits. 
Sinclair, W. J. — Wellington. Processed Fruits. 
Snyder, John — ^Yerington. Processed Fruits. 
Wilson, J. I. — Nordyke. Processed Fruits. 



NEW YORK 
Location: 2nd St., cor. Av. D 
GROUP 14G 
AUis, Clarke — Medina. Apples. 
Allis, Seth & Son — Holley. Apples. 
Austin, James & Son — Kent. Apples. 
Beckwith, John S. — Albion. Apples. 
Boiler, Chas. A. & Son — Sodus. Apples. 
Broadwell, F. G. — Waterport. Apples. 
Brown, H. L. — Carlton. Apples. 
Burrows, L. M. — Albion. Apples. 
Bush, S. J. T. — Morton. Apples. 
Case, B. J. & Co. — Sodus. Apples. 
Catchpole, E. W. & Son — North Rose. Apples. 
Chase, Mrs. Bert. L. — Dresden. Apples. 
Christensen, S. T. — Penn Yan. Apples. 
Cowell, S. E. & Son— Kent. Apples. 
Fullager, H. S. — Penn Yan. Apples. 
Harding, C. M. — Knowlesville. Apples. 
Hill, Harvey J. — Medina. Apples. 
Howard, W. E. & Son — Holley. Apples. 
LaMont, Geo. — Gaines. Apples. 
Lattin, Dr. F. H. — Gaines. Apples. 
Mack, Thos. — Holley. Apples. 
Miles, H. W. — Waterport. Apples. 
Mower, C. N. — Waterport. Apples. 
Nostrand, Peter E. — Shelter Island. Apples. 
Rupert, Frank E. — Seneca. Apples. 
Schauber, Geo. R. — Ballston Lake. Apples. 
Simpson, Geo. D. — Carlton. Apples. 
Snyder, A. G. — Murray. Apples. 
Snyder Brothers — Gaines. Apples. 
Tanner, Leslie — Medina. Apples. 
Van Vranken, A. Sons — Rexford. Apples. 
Wellman, H. E.— Kendall. Apples. 
Wilson, B. G. — Waterport. Apples. 
Wilson, P. B. & Son — Waterport. Apples. 

GROUP 147 
Gaylord, W. T.— Sodus. Evaporated apples. 
Martin, E. C — Auburn. Canned, pickled and 
brandied fruits. 



OREGON 
Location: Bet. Avs. C & D, & 6th & 8th Sts. 

GROUP 146 
Douglas County: 

Roseburg Commercial Club and Growers of 
the Umpqua Valley. Apples, pears, 
peaches grapes, cherries. 
Hood River County: 

Hood River Commercial Club — Hood River. 
Colossal model of Spitzenberg apple, semi- 
relief picture, etc. 

Apple Land & Orchard Co. — Hood River. 
Apples. 

Brink Haven Orchard — Hood River. Ap- 
ples. 

King, W. E.— Hood River. Apples. 

Miller, Gus — Hood River. Apples. 

Putnam, John R. — Hood River. Apples. 

Rodwell, Mrs. W. W. — Hood River. Apples. 

Sears & Porter — Hood River. Apples. 
Jackson County: 

Ashland and Medford Fruit Growers. Pears 
apples, peaches, grapes. 
Josephine County: 

Carson, A. H. & Son — Redlands Vineyard. 
Grapes. 

Grants Pass Commercial Club. Apples. 

Robinson, J. H. Peaches. 

Turner & Augustine — Ellerslee Fruit Farm. 
Grapes and pears. 

Lowe, D. M. — Ashland. Apples, apricots, 
grapes, peaches, pears, strawberries. 
Union County: 

Bingaman, Chas. Apples. 

Chandler, J. A. Apples. 

Cleaver, Charles. Apples. 

Dornberger, J. Apples. 

Larson, J. P. Apples. 

Riddle, C. M, Apples. 

Stoddard, J. B. Apples. 
Wasco County: 

Cooper, Robert. Cherries. 

Hostetter, J. C. Apples. 

Sandoz, Julius. Apples. 

The Dalles Business Men's Assn. Grapes. 

Woedeki, Carl. Pears. 
Willamette Valley Association: 

Benton, Clackamas, Lane, Linn, Marioiir 
Polk, Washington and Yamhill counties. 
Fruits, walnuts. 

GROUP 147 
Cloud Canning Co. — Hood River. Canned 

fruits. 
Food Products Co. — Portland. Evaporated 

fruits. 
Hood River Apple Vinegar Co. — Hood River. 

Evaporated apples. 
Willamette Valley Assn. — Benton, Clackamas, 

Lane, Linn, Marion, Polk, Washington and 

Yamhill counties. Dried and processed 

fruits. 

GROUP 149 

J. B. Pilkington — Portland. Buddleia Mag- 
nifica and Abelia Rupestris. 

GROUP 147 
National Canner's Association 
Location: bet. 1st & 2nd Sts. & Avs. B & D. 
California Iron Works, Riverside, Cal. — Grip 
box truck for canning and picking houses. 
Beeves Purley Company, Columbus.Ind — Vari- 
able speed transmission for blanching ma- 
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UTAH 
Location: Bet. 8rd & 4tli Sts. & Avs. C & D. 

GROUP 146 
Anderson, Lorenzo — Elwood. Apples. 
Anderson, Seifus — Elwood. Apples. 
Ball, L. A.— Logan. Apples. 
Beatty, T. B. — Tremonton. Apples. 
Bingham, Andrew — Riverdale. Apples. 
Bingham, Enoch — Riverdale. Apples. 
Bingham, S. J. — Riverdale. Apples. 
Blood, H. C. — Kaysville. Apples. 
Broby, N. R. — Wellsville. Apples. 
Burton, John F.— Garland. Apples. 
Campbell, D. M.— Providencee. Apples. 
Childs, H. B.— Riverdale. Apples. 
Christensen, Erastus — Bear River. Apples, 
Christensen, Theodore E. — Gunnison. Apples, 

pears, crab apples, plums. 
Cordner, Jas. — Provo. Apples. 
Cragun, Edmond — Pleasant Grove. Apples. 
Creighbaum, Chas.— Odgen. Apples. 
Culmer, Horace — Pleasant Grove. Apples. 
Davidson, Wm. — Logan. Apples. 
Duffin, J. G. — Clearfield. Apples. 
Eliason, B. F. — Moroni. Peaches. 
Ercanbrack, Chas. — Provo. Apples. 
Fisher, Jas.— Provo. Apples. 
Flanders, Hyrum — Santaquin. Apples. 
Forsgren, J. H. — Elwood. Apples. 
Guthrie, J. I.— Layton. Apples. 
Hansen, Fred — Tremonton. Apples. 
Hansen, Rasmus — Bear River. Apples, 
Hansen, Taylor — Manti. Apples. 
Hickenlooper, O. H.— Ogden. Apples. 
Holman, Art — Pleasant Grove. Apples 
Holmgren, David — Trementon. Apples. 
Holmgren, J. P.— Bear River. Apples. 
Humphrey, T. G.— Salina. x\pples, pears. 
Jensen, Jas. P., Jr. — Tremonto^. Apples. 
Jensen, Jas. P., Sr.— Tremonton. Apples. 
Jensen, W E. — Freedom. Plums. 
Johnson, Lewis — Elwood. Apples. 
Johnson, Olaf — Elwood. Apples. 
Kelly, Geo. J.— Ogden. Apples. 
Kent, Bishop — Logan. Apples. 
Knight, Geo. T. — American Fork. Apples. 
Knox, F. C. — Tremonton. Apples. 
Mabey, J. L.— Clearfield. Apples. 
Marion Orchard Co. — Corinne. Apples. 
Miller, A. D. — Clearfield. Apples. 
Monroe, Robert. — Logan. Apples. 
Monson, Jens. — Pleasant Grove. Apples. 
Mortensen, Moroni. — Bear River. Apples. 
National Sav. & Trust Co. — Garland. Apples. 
Neilsen, N. J. — Hyrum. Apples. 
Neilsen, D. O.— Hyrum. Apples. 
Nordgren, Mr. — Hyrum. Apples. 
Northrop, R. S. — Tremonton. Apples. 
Nuttal, W. A.— Provo. Apples. 
Olsen, A. — Ephraim. Prunes. 
Parker, Gilbert.— Clearfield. Apples. 
Patten, T. J. — Provo. Apples. 
Payne, Jos. O.^Clearfield. Apples. 
Peterson, Frank. — Ogden. Apples. 
Phillips, Hyrum. — Morgan. Apples. 
Poulson, O. J. — Provo. Apples. 
Poulton, Ralph. — Provo. Apples. 
Pulley, Andrew. — American Fork. Apples. 
Quayle, Mrs. Betty. — Logan. Apples. 
Quayle, John. — Logan. Apples. 
Rasmussen, Pete. — Manti. Apples. 
Romney, Geo., Jr. — Smithfield. Apples. 
Rossiter, Mr. — Providence. Apples. 
Rouche, John E.— Millville. Apples. 
Schofield, Thomas. — Layton. Apples. 
Spencer, Frank. — Provo. Apples. 
Staples, J. L. — Elsinore. Pears, plums. 
Thinnes, C. F. — Ogden. Apples. 
Thompson, H. H. — Roy. Apples. 
Thornton, T. W. — American Fork. 
Wadley, J. D. — Pleasant Grove. Apples. 
Warnick, C. B. — Pleasant Grove. Apples. 



Weidman, J. L. — Bear River. Apples. 
Weidman, Peter. — Bear River. Apples. 
West, Lester. — Pleasant Grove. Apples. 
Wherry Bros. — Riverdale. Apples. 
Younker, D. A. — Logan. Apples. 
Zollinger, Wm. — Providence. Apples. 

GROUP 147 

Alfred, Mrs. — Salina. Processed fruits. 
Andelin, O. W. — Provo. Processed fruits, 
Anderson, J. C. — Oak City. Processed fruits. 
Anderson, L. — Brigham. Processed fruits. 
Anderson, P. — Price. Processed fruits. 
Anderson, Parley. — Richfield, Processed 

fruits. 
Anderson, S. C. — Oak City. Processed fruits. 
Bagley, E. S. — Cottonwood. Processed fruits. 
Bannon, J. F. — Draper. Processed fruits. 
Barber, Jas. — Syracuse. Processed fruits. 
Barlow, Israel. — Ogden. Processed fruits. 
Barnes Orchard Co. — Clearfield. Processed 

fruits. 
Baum, F. — Ileber. Processed fruits. 
Beatty Farm Co.— Tremonton. Processed 

fruits. 
Brown, C. F. — Tooele. Processed fruits. 
Bryson, J. D. & Sons. — Bountiful, Processed 

fruits. 
Butler, Mr. — Collrutch. Processed fruits. 
Carrera, Chas. — Helper. Processed fruits. 
Carter, R. O.— Provo. Processed fruits. 
Chay, Lee. — Salt Lake County. Processed 

fruits. 
Christensen, T. E. — Gunnison. Processed 

fruits. 
Cleland, A. J.— Ogden. Processed fruits. 
Craig, Wm. — Ogden. Canned fruits. 
Crane, A. — Mt. Pleasant. Processed fruits. 
Creighbaum, Chas.— Ogden. Processed fruits. 
Davis, E. — Provo. Processed fruits. c^ 

Davis, W. D. — Minersville. Processed fruits, 
Downard, Geo. — Price. Processed fruits. 
Downes, Jas. — Provo. Processed fruits. 
Drake, J. W. — Green River. Processed fruits. 
Duffin, Mrs. — Woods Cross. Processed fruits. 
Duffin, S. — Clearfield. Processed fruits. 
Dutson, E. — Oak City. Processed fruits. 
Egbert, Mr. — West Jordan. Processed fruits, 
Elliason, B. F. — Moroni. Processed fruits. 
Erickson, F. — Salt Lake County. Processed 

fruits. 
Evans, Geo. — Granger. Processed fruits. 
Faddes, Bert. — Processed fruits. 
Fitzgerald, M. — Draper. Processed fruits. 
Flanders, H. — Santaquin. Processed fruits. 
Forsgren, J. H.^Treraonton. Processed fruits. 
Frye, W. H. — Price. Processed fruits. 
Fullmer, Sam C. — Mapleton. Processed fruits. 
Garff, P. — Draper. Processed fruits. 
Gibson, Fred. — Clearfield. Processed fruits. 
Hamblin, F. M. — Clearfield. Processed fruits. 
Hanks, A. — Clearfield. Processed fruits. 
Hansen, F. P. — Bear River. Processed fruits. 
Hansen, R. — Tremonton. Processed fruits. 
Hobson, F. H. — Coalville. Processed fruits. 
HoUingshead, S. — Minersville. Processed 

fruits. 
Holmgren, D. — Bear River. Processed fruits. 
Horsley, E. J. — Price. Processed fruits. 
Huff, J. A. — Moab. Processed fruits. 
Humphrey, T. G.— Salina. Processed fruits. 
Isaacson, Carl. — Brigham. Processed fruits. 
Jensen, A. E. — Freedom. Processed fruits. 
Jensen, C. J. — West Jordan. Processed fruits. 
Jensen, J. — Holliday. Processed fruits. 
Jensen, Leo — Elwood. Processed fruits. 
Jensen, N, A. — Pleasant Grove. Processed 

fruits. 
Jones, D. — Bountiful. Processed fruits. 
Jones, Jas. — Price. Processed fraits. 
Todd, J. S. — Green River. Processed fruits. 
Kelly, Geo. J. — Ogden. Processed fruits. 
Kelsey, W. M. — Minersville. Processed fruits. 
Knudson, W. O. — Brigham. Processed fruits. 



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Lance, Myron. — Moab. Processed fruits. 

Larson, L. — Holliday. Processed fruits. 

Liddell, P. — Wellington. Processed fruits. 

Lindgren, O. — Bountiful. Processed fruits. 

Mabey, J. L. — Clearfield. Processed fruits. 

Madson, G. B. — Mapleton. Processed fruits. 

McCleary, C, J. — American Fork. Processed 
fruits. 

McMichael, E. — Coalville. Processed fruits. 

Miller, Mrs. — Spring Glen. Processed fruits. 

Miller, J. P. — Moab. Processed fruits. 

Mortensen, M. — Honeyville. Processed fruits. 

Moss, John H. — Woods Cross. Processed 
fruits. 

Naylor, Fred. — Murray. Processed fruits. 

Nelson, M. C. — Geneva. Processed fruits. 

Newell, E. — Provo. Processed fruits. 

Nokes, C. M. — Riverton. Processed fruits. 

Nuttal, Mr. — Provo. Processed fruits. 

Olsen, A. — Ephraim. Processed fruits. 

Pack, David.— Bountiful. Processed fruits. 

Packard, Mr. — Corinne. Processed fruits. 

Palmer, Geo. W. — Fai-mington. Processed 
fruits. 

Park, D. S. — Provo. Processed fruits. 

Payne, Jos. P. — Clearfield. Processed fruits. 

Pelton, Mrs. N. — Woods Cross. Processed 

fruits. 
Perkins, Jasper. — Centerville. Processed fruits. 
Peterson, John. — Moab. Processed fruits. 
Phillips, H. — Porterville. Processed fruits. 
Porter, C. A. — Payson. Processed fruits. 
Porter, Mr. — Morgan. Processed fruits. 
Poulson, O. J. — Provo. Processed fruits. 
Poulson, R. — Pleasant Grove. Processed 

fruits. 
Poy, John.— Salt Lake County. Processed 

fruits. 
Prltchett, T. M. — Fairview. Processed fruits. 
Pulley, A. — American Fork. Processed fruits. 
Rasmussen, E, N. — Ogden. Processed fruits. 
Richens, W. F.— Provo. Processed fruits. 
Robert Bros. — Green River. Processed fruits. 
Roberts, Gus.— Bountiful. Processed fruits. 
Rose, Mrs. A. T. — Farmington. Processed 

fruits. 
Ryland, Geo.— Price. Processed fruits. 
Sacramento Bros. — Spring Glen. Processed 

fruits. 
Sappmyer, B. — Provo. Processed fruits. 
Scorup, J. H.— Salina. Processed fruits. 
Seddon, S. M. T. — Union. Processed fruits. 
Seegmiller, W. H.— Richfield. Processed fruits. 
Sheffer, Mrs. — Bountiful. Processed fruits. 
Smith, E. E. — Bountiful. Processed fruits. 
Smith, J. M. — Heber. Processed fruits. 
Smith, J. M. & Sons. — Draper. Processed 

fruits. 
Smith, J. O. — Centerville. Processed fruits. 
Smith, J. O.— East Mill Creek. Processed 

fruits. 
Smith, L. H. — Draper. Processed fruits. 
Smith, Ray.— St. George. Processed fruits. 
Smith, W. B. — American Fork. Processed 

fruits. 
Southern Experiment Farm. — St. George. Pro- 
cessed fruits. 
Spaulding, T. D.— Green River, Processed 

fruits. 
St. George Experiment Station.— St. George. 

Processed fruits. 
Star Canning Co.— Roy. Canned fruits. 
Stay, J. C— Salt Lake County. Processed 

fruits. 
Stayles, J. L. — Elsinore. Processed fruits. 
Steed, E. V. — Clearfield. Processed fruits. 
Stoddard, A. P. — Minersville. Processed fruits. 
Stringham, Dr. — Bountiful. Processed fruits 
TaUman, D.— Bountiful. Processed fruits. 
Waddoups, Thomas.— Bountiful. Processed 
fruits. 



Wadley, R. D. — Pleasant Grove. Processed 
fruits. 

Walker, Simon. — Oak City. Processed fruits. 

Walton, J. T. — Centerville, Processed fruits. 

Warwick, C. P. — Pleasant Grove. Processed 
fruits. 

Wasatch Orchard Co. — Ogden, Canned fruits. 

Webb, Mr. — Salt Lake County, Processed 
fruits. 

Weldemon, P. — Tremonton. Processed fruits. 

Wherry Orchard. — Ogden. Processed fruits. 

Wicks, J. M. — Leeds. Processed fruits. 

Williams, H. E. — Syracuse. Processed fruits, 

Wilson, S. M. — Green River. Processed fruits. 

Winters, Mr. — Pleasant Grove. Processed 
fruits. 

Wood, Wm. B. — Minersville. Processed fruits. 

Woodbury, W. H. — Granger. Processed fruits, 

Woodhouse, E. P. — Provo. Processed fruits. 

Workman, A. — Hurricane. Processed fruits. 

World, H. J. — Price. Processed fruits. 

Worsley, W, W. — Farmington. Processed 
fruits. 

Wright Whittier Canning Co. — Ogden. Can- 
ned fruits. 



Youngberg, J. A.— West Point. 
fruits. 



Processed 



WASHINGTON. 
Location: Bet. 4th & 6th Sts., & Avs. C & D. 

GROUP 144 
Yakima Valley: 

Price Fruit Sizer Co. — North Yakima. Ap- 
ple sizing machine in operation. 

GROUP 146 

Austin Wood Yard — Sunnyside. Apples. 

Baird, Jerome — Sunnyside. Apples. 

Ferrell, O. R. — Sunnyside. Apples. 

Kyler Brothers — Sunnyside. Apples. 

Scoon, J. C. — Sunnyside. Apples. 
Walla Walla County and Valley: 

Anspach, C. H.— ^State Line. Apples. 

Baker-Langdon — Walla Walla. Apples. 

Blalock Fruit Co.— Walla Walla. Apples. 

Brash, John — Walla Walla. Apples. 

Duncan, Gavin — Walla Walla. Apples. 

Hammitt, L. F. — State Line. Apples. 

Hansen, G.— Walla Walla. Apples. 

Harris, W. S. — Waitsburg. Apples. 

Hobson, G. — State Line. Apples. 

O'Brien. C. S.— Walla Walla. Apples. 

Pacific Fruit & Produce Co.— Walla Walla, 
Apples. 

Taggard, .L. D.— Waitsburg. Apples. . . 

Walla Walla Commercial Club — Walla 
Walla. Photographs. 

Walla Walla County & Valley — Apple Feat- 
ure. 

Warwick, W. G. — Dayton. Apples. 

Zanow, J. — Walla Walla. Apples. 

Wilkinson, R, H. — Sunnyside. Apples. 

Yakima Valley: 

Lynch & Taylor — North Yakima. Apples. 

North Yakima Commercial Club — N. Yak- 
ima. Photographs. 

Richer & Gilbert — North Yakima. Apples. 

Thompson Fruit Co. — North Yakima. Apples. 

Wright Fruit Co — North Yakima. Apples. 

Yakima County Horticultural Union — North 
Yakima. Apples. 

Yakima Fruit Growers' Exchange. — North 

Yakima. Apples. 

Yakima Valley Fruit Growers' (Assn. — 
North Yakima. Apples. 



DEPARTMENT or HORTICULTURE 21 



GROUP 147 Yakima Valley: 

Spokane Chamber of Commerce— Spokane. Downs, Warren— North Yakima. Canned 

Vpplo products. peaches. 

Goldendale, Wash. — Processed fruits. 
Walla Walla County and Valley: North Yakima Commercial Club. — North 

Yakima. Processed fruitS; 
lUalock Fruit. Co. — Walla Walla. By-prod- Yakima Fruit Products Co. — No. Yakima. 

nets exhibit — Dried fruits. Evaporated fruit. 

Walla Walla Commercial Club — Walla GROUP 148 

Walla. Processed fruits. Downs, Warren — North Yakima. Peach tree. 



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DEPARTMENT OF HORTICULTURE 



Foreign Section 



CUBA 

Location: 1st St., cor. Av. C & Conservatory 

GROUP 146 
Cuban Government — Citrus fruits, tropical and 
semi-tropical fruits, cocoanuts, etc. 

GROUP 147 

Cuban Government — Processed fruits. 

GROUP 149 

Cuban Government — Exhibit in Conservatory: 
Palms, ferns, shrubs and plants. 



JAPAN 



FRANCE 

GROUP 149 
Fernet-Du'clier — Lyons. Roses. Block 18. 



GERMANY 

GROUP 149 
Lambert, Peter — Trier (Treves). Roses. Block 
18, Block 8, Bed XII. 



GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 

GROUP 149 

Bide, S. S., & Sons, Ltd. — Farnham, England. 
Roses. Block 18. 

Dickson, Hugh, Ltd., Royal Nurseries — Bel- 
fast, Ireland. Roses. Block 18. 

Dobbie & Co. — Edinburgh, Scotland. Roses. 
Block 18. 

Kelway & Son — Langport, Somerset, England. 
Flowering annuals. Block 18,Bed XXXXVIII 

McGredy, Samuel & Son — Portadown, Ireland. 
Roses. Block 18. 

Sutton & Sons — Reading, England. Flowering 
annuals. Block 18, Bed XXXVII A & B. 



NETHERLANDS 

GROUP 149 
Horticultural Federation of the Netherlands. 
Large collective exhibit of trees, shrubs 
and plants. Blocks 2.3, 24, 25, 20, 27 and 
28. Horticultural Gardens. 



GROUP 144 
Block 1, Horticulture Gardens 
Yokohama Uyeki Kabushiki Kaisha — Kanag- 
awa. Ornamental articles for gardens and 
miniature garden. 

GROUP 146 
Location: Av. A, cor. 4th St. 

Bureau of Agriculture, Department of Agri- 
culture and Commerce — Tokyo. Photo- 
graphs and pictures showing the cultivation 
of citron and the system of inspection. 

Kishnu Citron Assn. — Wakayama. Citron. 

Shizuoka Citron Assn. — Shizuoka. Citron. 

Soshu' Citron Assn. — Kanagawa. Citron. 
GROUP 148 
Block 1, Horticulture Gardens 

Chiyoda Nursery Co. — Aichi. Citron and wild 
orange trees. 

Kubo, Buhei — Hyogo. Wild orange trees. 

Ishiguro, Kaichi — Aichi. Citron and wild 
orange trees. 

Watase, Torajiro — Tokyo. Peach, pear, per- 
simmon and flowering crabapple trees. 

Wada, Tokuso — Tokyo. Peach, pear, persim- 
mon and flowering crabapple trees. 

GROUP 149 
Block 1, Horticulture Gardens 

Yokohama Nursery Co. — Kanagawa. Flowers 
and nlants. Av, A, cor. 4th St. (Syrica 
flower basket) ; Av. M (conservatory 
plants). 

Domoto Bros., Oakland, Cal. Trees and plants. 

Kijiro Akashi — Fukuoka. Agelia. 

Kotaro Tanaka— Tokyo. Lilies and dwarf 
trees. 

Nagaomura Kawabe Yengeigyo — Hyogo. Flow- 
ers and bulbs. 

Nippon Yengei Kabushiki Kaisha — Hyogo. 
Flowers and Bulbs. 

Seitaro Arai — Kanagawa. Lilies. 

Yokaro Kondo — Aichi. Bulbs. 

Yokohama Uyeki Kabushiki Kaisha — Kanag- 
awa. Trees, plants and dwarf trees. 

Yoshino-yen — Tokyo. Iris. 

Yugen Sekinin Fukoku Yurine Shinyo Kobi.— 

Kobai Hanbai Kumiai — Saitama. Lilies. 



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By Asher Carter Balder, Director of Exhibits 



A modern, universal exposition is an encyclopedia of man's words and 
works. It is a collection of the achievements and productivity of man for exam- 
ination by the International Jury of Awards, and constitutes a compact, classified, 
indexed compendium of man's activity in all phases, extending to the most material 
as well as to the most refined products. It is estimated that a million objects are 
exposed in the various displays installed within the palaces, in foreign, state and 
special pavilions. To properly classify, group and arrange alphabetically all the 
exhibits of an exposition of such international scope, is a task of such magnitude 
as to make it impossible to provide a complete catalogue of these exhibits on 
opening day of the Exposition. 

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the revised and complete catalogue which will be issued within a few weeks, and 
to the preparation of which, in realization of its extraordinary value as a document 
of general and commercial reference, special care is being given. 

The present volume, however, capably serves the purpose for which it is 
designed, as an early index of the infinite variety of interesting exhibits which 
are the concrete evidences of the industrial, educational and artistic advancement 
of the world. 

Acknowledgment is hereby offered of the excellent co-operation received in 
the compilation of this catalogue from the Commissioners-General of participating 
nations, officers of State Commissions, individual exhibitors, and more particularly, 
th6 various officers of the Division of Exhibits, and the Official Catalogue Com- 
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CLASSIFICATION OF EXHIBITS 



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INTRODUCTION 



Department of Mines and Metallurgy 

BY 

CHARLES E. van BARNEVALD 
Chief of Department. 

The Palace of Mines and Metallurgy is situated at the northeast corner of 
the main group of Exhibit Palaces, fronting the Marina and flanked by the 
Avenue of Progress. Its southwest corner adjoins the beautiful Court of Abun- 
dance, an architectural gem symbolizing the successive geologic stages of the 
world's development, the dynamic agencies of earth, air, water and fire. The 
thought of evolution is strikingly brought out in the embellishment of this building 
by the spontaneity with which all architectural lines flow into sculptural orna- 
mentation. The Court is wonderfully enriched by the magnificent Brangwyn 
mural paintings. One of these panels on the southwestern corner of the Palace 
depicts a group of mediaeval artisans working metals with fire. The Palace is 
rectangular in form and covers an area of roughly six acres, surmounted by a 

dome 1 65 feet in height. 

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The Department of Mines and Metallurgy deals with the natural mineral 
resources (metallic, non-metallic and fuels) of the world; their exploration and 
exploitation; their conversion into metal; their manufacture into structural forms 
and into raw materials for the various industries. 

The object of the Mines and Metallurgical exhibit is two fold. First, to 
draw attention to the natural mineral resources of each country, state and com- 
munity so that the public may learn of the mode of occurrence of the minerals 
and metals of commerce and of their distribution; of the stage of development of 
the various countries and districts; of present and possible future sources of 
supply and consumption; of general market and trade conditions in the many 
industries which are based on the utilization of mineral resources. Second, to 
educate the public in a general way regarding the details of the numerous sub- 
divisions of this great basic industry, both at home and abroad, in the hope that 
the hundreds of thousands who will visit the Palace will tarry long enough to 
grasp the tremendous importance of this industry in the development and settle- 
ment not only of the United States but of the World. 

The aim of this Department has been to illustrate every mineral of economic 
importance, not merely by mineralogical and geological specimens, but by com- 
plete industrial exhibits which begin with the undeveloped mineral resource, end 
with the article sold to the retail trade of the country and show, insofar as pos- 
sible, the intermediate processes of mining, reduction and manufacture. 



Especial attention has been given to petroleum and coal, to copper, to lead 
and zinc, to the precious metals, to the gems and semi-precious stones. The iron 
and steel industry is shown by the most comprehensive and complete exhibit 
ever assembled. The rarer minerals and processes for their reduction have 
received due attention, particularly the radio-active ores. 

A co-operative metallurgical exhibit has been arranged where standard 
metallurgical methods will be illustrated on a working scale. An open Metal- 
lurgical Forum will be conducted by the United States Bureau of Mines. It is 
expected that this will prove to be a rendezvous for technical men from all parts 
of the world and that many important problems will be investigated during the 
life of the Exposition. 

Mining methods are illustrated by a novel and most instructive exhibit 
beneath the floor of the Palace in THE DEMONSTRATION MINE. The 
leading metal mining companies and coal producers of the United States, and the 
various manufacturers of machinery and equipment, have joined in a compre- 
hensive exhibit illustrating mine practice. Iron mining on the Iron Ranges of 
Lake Superior, copper mining in Arizona and Montana, lead-silver mining in 
Idaho, gold mining in South Dakota; coal mining on the Pacific Coast, in 
Wyoming, in Pennsylvania and in West Virginia are shown by full size stopes 
and rooms, together with all the incidental surface and underground equipment — 
a truly educational exhibit. Other types of mining are fully illustrated in the 
underground motion picture theatre. Daily demonstrations of mine rescue work 
will be given. 

In short, the exhibits in the Palace of Mines and Metallurgy are truly 
representative of the important industry which this Department is designed to 
serve. 



HOW TO LOCATE AN EXHIBIT 

The Palace of Mines and Metallurgy is laid out in blocks, which 
are consecutively numbered from 1 to 36, inclusive, as shown on the 
floor plan. The aisles are designated as streets (First to Seventh), 
running north to south, and as avenues (A to E), from east to west. 
To locate an exhibitor refer to the names, alphabetically arranged 
under the exhibit group to which each belongs in the official classi- 
fication, and note the aisle location following each name. Street and 
Avenue signs are erected at their intersection on the corners of all 
blocks. 

The United States Government exhibits, including Bureau of 
Mines, Geological Survey, United States Mint and United States 
Postoffice, will be found in the northwest corner of the building. 

The Demonstration Mine and the Co-operative Metallurgical 
Exhibit are situated near the main north entrance on Avenue B and 
Fifth Street. 

Fine Arts Palace Fn. A. Pal. 

Education Palace Ed. Pal. 

Liberal Arts Palace Lb. A. Pal. 

Manufactures Palace Mfr. Pal. 

Varied Industries Palace V. I. Pal. 

Machinery Palace Mch. Pal. 

Transportation Palace Trns. Pal. 

Agriculture Palace Agr. Pal. 

Food Products Palace Fd. Pr. Pal. 

Live Stock Palace Lv. St. Pal. 

Horticulture Palace Hor. Pal. 

Mines and Metallurgy Palace Min. Pal. 



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Class 743. 

Class 744. 
Class 745. 
Class 746. 

Class 747. 

Class 748, 

Class 749. 

Class 750. 

Class 751. 
Class 752. 
Class 753. 

Class 754. 
Class 755. 
Class 756. 

Class 757. 

Class 758. 
Class 759. 



Class 760. 

Class 761. 
Hass 762. 
Class 763. 



MINES AND METALLURGY 

Official Classification of 
Exhibits 

GROUP 152 
WORKING OF MINES, ORE BEDS AND STONE QUARRIES 

(Equipment and Processes.) 

Equipment and methods of geological surveys, mining bureaus, societies and 
other institutions for the promotion of mining. Instruments and equipment 
for surface and underground surveys and examinations in connection with 
mining. 

Equipment and methods of prospecting for mineral veins and deposits, for build- 
ing stones, coal, petroleum, natural gas, artesian waters, etc. 

Equipment and methods for sampling, assaying, analyzing or testing ores, metals 
and other minerals and mineral products. 

Equipment and methods for drilling, cutting or otherwise breaking down rock, 
ore, or other mineral in quarries, open cuts or mines ; sinking shafts, opening 
galleries, drifts or tunnels. 

Explosives and methods for storing, handling, tha-wnng, placing and firing the 
same, in mines, quarries and deep wells; different classes of explosives, and 
methods and equipment for testing the same. 

Equipment for, and methods of mining coal and other minerals, and of timbering 
or otherwise securing mine shafts, drifts, rooms, stopes, etc., or tunnels, and 
of preventing surface subsidence over mines. 

Electric, compressed air, or other motors, for use in opening and operating mines 
and quarries, and for operating equipment for handling ores and other minerals. 
(See Classes 459 and 464.) 

Equipment and methods for the underground handling and transportation of ore, 
coal, etc., including mine cars, haulage engines and rope, and locomotives 
using compressed air, electricity, gasoline, alcohol, etc. (See Class 460.) 

Machinery and appliances for draining mines and quarries. (See Class 462.) 

Equipment for and methods of ventilating mines. 

Equipment for and methods of lighting mines: oils, acetylene, electricity; safety 
lamps, testing and cleaning lamps ; lamps and other appliances for testing 
mine gases. 

Equipment and methods for mine safety; safety appliances and methods, including 
signals, mine telephones, etc. ; safety devices ; methods of preventing dust 
explosions and other accidents; equipment and devices for fighting mine fires; 
mine laws, rules and regulations in behalf of safety, in mines and quarries. 

Equipment and methods for mine rescue work, apparatus for artificial respiration, 
and other appliances; equipment and methods of resuscitating persons overcome 
by electric shock or by mine gases; equipment and methods iu first aid to the 
injured in mines; equipment and methods in mine sanitation. 

Equipment and methods for handling and weighing mine products at the mine, 
and for their above-surface transportation; tipples, screens, picking tables, etc.; 
railways, tramways, inclined planes, belt conveyors, loose cables, aerial cables, 
wire rope for mining purposes, trolleys, etc. ; appliances for loading and un- 
loading wagons, boats, cars, etc. 

Machinery, appliances and methods for working gases or minerals in liquid form 
or in solution, such as petroleum, natural gas, salt, sulphur, etc.; appliances 
and methods for capping and plugging gas and oil wells; pipe lines, storage 
facilities, etc. 

Equipment and methods used in quarrying stone and other materials requiring 
similar operations. 

Equipment and methods used in excavation, in open-pit and placer mining; steam 
shovels, dredges, and hydraulic mining equipment ; special methods of storing 
and conveying water, etc. (See Classes 199 and 466.) 

GROUP 153 
MINERALS AND STONES, AND THEIR UTILIZATION 

Systematic collections in geology, general mineralogy, crystallography and paleon- 
tology. Collections illustrating the structure, modes of occurrence and origin 
of ore deposits, and other mineral deposits, with maps showing their distribution. 

Building materials: ornamental and building stones, rough hewn, sawed or pol- 
ished ; stones for highway construction and other purpose^ 

Mechanical appliances and processes used in cutting, sawing, shaping and polish- 
ing marble, granite, slate, and other building stone. 

Equipment and processes for crushing, separating, washing or drying rocks, clays 
and other minerals. 



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Class 764. Building materials: rocks which produce lime or cement. Processes and appli- 
ances used in the preparation and utilization of lime, cement and plaster; 
their products and uses; artificial stone; reinforced concrete. 

Group 765. Building materials: clays, fuller's earth, kaolin, feldspar, siKca, sand and rock, 
quartz and other substances used in the manufacture of earthenware and of 
building materials such as brick, paving brick, paving and roof tiles, pipe, 
terra cotta, glass, etc.; processes of utilization with specimens of their products; 
brick and tile making machinery. Prepared rootings using mineral base other 
than asphalt and bitumen. 

Class 766. Grindstones, whetstones, pumice stones: other natural and artificial mineral 
abrasives, including carborundum, alundum, etc. ; processes of their manufacture 
and their use. 

Class 767. Refractory rocks, fire clays and sands. Moulding sands. 

Class 768. Mica, asbestos, meerschaum, fluorspar, graphite (plumbago), gypsum and other 
non-metallic minerals; processes of utilization with their products. 

Class 769. Gems and precious stones ; lapidary work ; artificial gem materials and their 
preparation. 

Class 770. Common salt, nitrates, sulphates, borates, and other natural salts; methods of 
purification with their products. 

Class 771. Mineral waters; artesian water conditions; utilization of water. 

Class 772. Sulphur and pyrite; process of utilization, with their products. 

Class 773. Mineral and vegetable paints; dye stuffs, pigments, varnishes and fillers; processes 
of preparation and their products; painting and glazing. 

Class 774. Mineral fertilizers; natural and artificial sources of nitrogen; potash and phos- 
phates; processes of preparation, with their products. 

Class 775. Asphalt and asphaltic rocks; mineral bitumen and wax; amber, jet, etc.; processes 
for obtaining, treating, refining, and utilizing, and their products as used in 
building materials, roofing and paving. 

Class 776. Mineral fuels and luminants; peat, lignite, bituminous coal, anthracite; coal dust 
and compressed coal ; petroleum and its products ; mineral gases. Equipment 
for crushing, separating, and washing coal. Equipment and processes for 
briquetting or otherwise compressing fuels ; for preparing coke and by-products ; 
for storing, refining, and handling petroleum and natural gas products. 

Clas* 777. Metallic ores of every kind, and products. Native metals. Radium. 

Class 778. Artificial mineral products, their preparation and use. 

GROUP 154 
MINE, METALLURGICAL AND OIL MODELS, MAPS, PHOTOGRAPHS 
Class 779. Maps, charts, photographs, transparencies, and models illustrating geologic and 
topographical features, their relation to mineral deposits; the structure 
and mode of occurrence of mineral deposits. Mine models, working plans of 
mines and of mine transportation systems. Models of metallurgical plants. 
Maps, photographs, lantern slides, moving pictures, etc., of mining and metal- 
lurgical operations, plants, camps, etc. 

GROUP 155 
METALLURGY 

Class 780. Equipment, methods and processes used, and products obtained; (a) in the hand- 
ling of ores, such as hand sorting, conveying, elevating, weighing, sampling, 
etc.; (b) in the preparation of ores, such as breaking, crushing, pulverizing, 
grinding, washing, drying, etc.; (c) in the concentration, separation and classi- 
fication of ores, such as screens and trommels, jigs, sand and slime separators, 
slime settling and thickening devices, dry vanners, etc. ; water clarifiers, flota- 
tion processes with the aid of oil, gas, etc. ; magnetic and electrostatic concen- 
tration, decrepitation, briquetting, sintering, etc. (See also Class 460.) 

Class 781. Equipment, materials, processes, products and by-products concerned in the treat- 
ment of the ores of iron for pig iron ; equipment for smelting iron ores ; blast 
furnaces and accessories ; furnace construction ; appliances used in operating 
furnaces and in handling and utilizing furnace products. Equipment for mea- 
suring furnace temperatures. Equipment and methods in the generation and 
use of gases, the preparation and use of liquid and solid fuels, generation, 
drying and heating of blast ; handling and use of slags ; recovery, use of and 
injuries from dust, fumes, etc. Varieties of pig iron. 

Class 782. Equipment, methods and products of the manufacture and use of refractory ma- 
terials for metallurgical purposes (bricks, blocks, crucibles, retorts, etc.) 

Class 783. Equipment, materials, processes and products concerned in the manufacture of 
Bessemer, open hearth, crucible and electrically-refined steel; ingots, billets, 
blooms, slabs, steel castings and other semi-finished material; re-heating fur- 
naces, hammers, presses and rolls used in shaping these. Various processes 
of manufacturing iron or steel directly from the ores, such as electric smelting 
and refining, etc. 

Class 784. Equipment, materials, processes and products concerned in the manufacture of 
special and alloy steels, including the preparation of manganese, chromium, 
nickel, vanadium, tungsten and other metals used therein; copper steels. 

Class 785. Equipment, materials, processes and products concerned in producing and refining 
wrought iron. 



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Class 786. Equipment, methods, processes and products in the manufacture of iron and steel 
in finished commercial forms, such as merchant bar, hoop iron, band iron, bars 
for wire drawing, iron and steel wire; wire rope, wire mesh fabric and rein- 
forcing bars ; iron and steel of standard or special sections, armor plates, sheet 
iron and sheet steel for commercial building, metallurgical and other purposes; 
fabricated steel for construction purposes, such as columns, beams and girders 
for bridges, transmission towers, buildings, etc.; rails, axles, tires, wheels, 
large forgings, gun barrels, projectiles, ordnance equipment, other than naval, 
and its production. Testing. Illustrative material. 

Class 787. Equipment, processes and products in the manufacture of welded and seamless 
metal pipes and tubes, other than cast iron pipes. 

Class 788. Metal plates and screens, flanged, stamped, cut, decorated and perforated, and 
their production. Production and use in metallurgical operations of wire cloth 
and screens. 

Class 789. General foundry equipment. Foundry processes and products. 

Class 790. Equipment, materials, and processes used in the metallurgy of copper, and products 
obtained. Treatment of ores, production of copper and copper alloys, bronze 
and brass, in ingots, bars, sheets, wire and other forms. Electrolytic and 
other processes used in refining copper, and in separating the accompanying 
gold, silver, and other substances. 

Class 791. Equipment, materials and processes used in the metallurgy of gold and silver, 
including amalgamation, hydrometallurgy, cyanidation, etc., and products ob- 
tained. Treatment of the ores: retorting amalgam, refining precipitates and 
electrolytic slimes; parting of gold and silver; melting, refining, stamping and 
shipping bullion; mint processes and products. Gold and silver in bars and 
other forms. 

Class 792. Equipment, materials, and processes used in the metallurgy of lead, and products 
obtained; treatment of ores, including blast roasting, sintering, briquetting, 
smelting, etc.; refining of lead bullion and the separation of the associated 
gold and silver. Production of lead in commercial forms, pigs, bars, sheets, 
pipes, shot and test lead; lead alloys; white lead and other lead pigments. 

Class 793. Equipment, materials, and processes used in the metallurgy of zinc, cadmium 
and mercury, and their alloj's, zinc spelter, metallic zinc in bars and sheets, 
and zinc white; treatment of galvanizer's dross and zinc skimmings. 

Class 794. Equipment, materials, and processes used in the metallurgy of aluminum, sjdium, 
calcium, magnesium, and their alloys, and other metals or alloys produced or 
refined by electro-metallurgical processes and not otherwise provided for. 

Class 795. Equipment, materials, and processes used in the metalhirgy of arsenic, antimony, 
tin, nickel, platinum and other metals not otherwise provided for, and their 
alloys, such as German silver and monel metal. 

Clas3 796. Equipment for and processes of recovering and treating gold and silver and 
other metal waste in the working of these metals, and dust from refiners of 
precious metals. Appliances, processes, and products for exact rolling, beating 
and grinding of gold, silver, aluminum, zinc, lead, tin, and other metals and 
alloys. Apparatus and processes for working platinum and other rare metals. 

Class 797. Equipment, processes and products of electricity applied to the production and 
refining of metals and other mineral products not otherwise classified; electro- 
plating; electric and other methods of welding; electrotyping; and other ap- 
plications of electricity in metallurgy not otherwise provided for. 

Class 798. Apparatus and processes (other than electro-metallurgical) for coating metals 
with more precious, more malleable or more durable metals; case hardening; 
malleableizing; galvanizing or sherardizing of metals, leading or nickel plating; 
tin plates (bright, dull, mottled, ornamental, printed) and tin plating. Products. 

Class 799. Appliances and processes for enameling metallic objects, and products, and other 
metal coating or protection not otherwise provided for. Products. 

GROUP 156 
LITERATURE OF MINING AND METALLURGY 

Class 800. Statistics and publications relative to geology, mineralogy, paleontology, topog- 
raphy, quarrying, mining, mine accidents, metallurgy, the manipulation of 
mineral products and the development of water resources. 



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GROUP 152 

WORKING OF MINES, ORE BEDS, STONE 
QUARRIES 

Ackroyd & Best, Ltd., Pittsburgh, Pa. Safety 
Lamps. The Mine. 

American Blower Co., Detroit, Mich. Sirroca 
mine fan. The Mine. 

American Mine Door Co., Canton, Ohio. 
Mine door. The Mine. 

American Well Works, Aurora, 111. Deep 
well pumps. Mch. Pal., 1st St., Avs. G & 
G2.' 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Baldwin-Westinghouse electric mine loco- 
motive — bar steel frame with trolley and 
gathering reel. Baldwin-Westinghouse stor- 
age battery locomotive with bar steel 
frame. The Mine. 

Byron Jackson Iron Works, San Francisco, 
Cal. Pump. The Mine. 

Coast Mfg. and Supply Co., Livermore, Cal. 
The Mine. 

Co-operative Metallurgical Exhibit, U. S. 
Bureau of Mines and Following Companies. 
5th St. & Av. A: 
Ainsworth & Sons, \Vm. G., Denver, Colo. 

Assay and analytical balances. 
Braun Corporation. Los Angeles, Cal. As- 
say and chemical goods. 
Braun-Knecht-Heiman Co., San Francisco, 

Cal. Chemical goods. 
Keeler Mfg. Co., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Assav balance. 
Tyler Co., W. S., Cleveland, O. Assay 
screens. 

Concordia Safety Lamp Co., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Mfr. Pal. and in The Mine. Electric safety 
lamps for mines. 

Consolidated Coal Co., The, Baltimore, Md. 
The Mine. 

Denver Engineering Works, Denver, Colo. 
The Mine. 

Denver Rock Drill Mfg. Co., Denver, Colo. 
The Mine. M. A. Peterson, Dist Mgr., 225 
Rialto Bklg., San Francisco, Cal. Mining 
drills and accessories. 

Draeger Oxygen Apparatus Co., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Rescue apparatus. The Mine. 

Economy Engineering Co., Chicago, 111. Mfrs. 
Mch. Pal., Av. H. bet. 3rd & 4th Sts. 
Warehouse equipment. 

Fairmont Mining Machinery Co., West Va. 
The Mine. ''Fairmont" steel ties for 
mine tracks: portable electric mine pumps; 
rotary box car loader model ; railroad car 
retarder model ; coal mine equipment and 
supplies. 

Harron, Rickard & McCone, San Francisco, 
Cal. Coll. Exh. drilling pumps. Mch. Pal., 
4th & r.th Sts., Avs. G & H. 

Hayward, S. F. & Co., New York, N. Y. 
The Mine. 

Hendrie & Bolthoff Mfg. & Supply Co., Denver, 
Colo. The Mine. Leadville Drill Column 
Hoist. 

Hercules Powder Co., San Francisco, Cal. Ex- 
plosives. Av. B & 7th St. Dynamite; all 
grades and strengths; blasting powders and 
blasting supplies: smokeless sporting pow- 
der; black sporting powder; earth augers; 
subsoiling bars; explosives for stump 
blasting: tree planting. 

Hockensmith Wheel & Mine Car Co., Penn. 
Station, Pa. The Mine. 

Homestake Mining Co., Lead, S. D. The 
Mine. 

Hendy Iron Works, Joshua, San Francisco, 
Cal. The Mine. 

Hughes Bros., Scranton, Pa. The Mine. 

Ingersoll Rand Co., New York, N. Y. The 
Mine. 



Keystone Driller Co., Beaver Falls, Pa. Drill- 
ing machinery. Mch. Pal., 4th St., bet. 
Avs. F & G. 

Koehler Mfg. Co., Marlboro, Mass. Safety 
mine lamps. The Mine. 

Lehigh Coal & Nav. Co., Lansford, Pa. The 
Mine. 

Lucey Co., J. F.. Pittsburg, Pa. Drilling 
machinery. Mch. Pal., .5th St. & Av. F. 

Luitweiler Pumping Engine Co., Rochester, N. 
Y. Dee'p well pumps. Mch. Pal., Ist & 
2nd Sts. & Av. E. 

Mine Safety Appliance Co., Pittsburg, Pa. 
The Mine. 

Missouri, State of. Pi'osp. drill. Drill hole 
Sects, in tubes and cases. 

National Lamp Works, Cleveland, O. The 
Mine. 

Pac. Portable Cons. Co., Inc., Los Angeles, 
Cal. Portable house in Oil Camp. 

Pacific Tank & Pipe Co., San Francisco, CaL 
Clarifiers. 6th St., bet. Avs. A & B. Sand 
and slime settling tanks; sump, water, oil 
and gas tanks; tankage for separating gold 
and silver; cleaning and refining of ores; 
zinc shavings and sheets. 

Pyrene Mfg. Co., New York, N. Y. Firct 
extinguishers. The Mine. 

Rosseler & Haaslacher Chemical Co., The, 
New York. N. Y. Cvanide. 7th St., bet. 
Avs. A & B. 

Siebe, Gorman & Co., Ltd., Chicago, 111. The 
Mine. 

Simonds Machinery Co.. San Francisco, Cal. 
Deep well pumps. Mch. Pal., 1st & 2nd 
Sts. & Av. E. 

Simmonds Co., John, New York, N. Y. The 
Mine. 

Standard Gas Engine Co., San Francisco, Cal, 
Mine hoists. Mch. Pal., 1st & 2nd Sts., 
Avs. E & F. 

Star Drilling Machine Co., Akron, O. Drill- 
ing machinery. Mch. Pal., 2nd St., Avs. F 
& G. 

Sullivan Machinery Co., Spokane, Wash. The 
Mine. Post puncher for mining pitching 
coal. 

Snoerior Oxygen Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Oxygen. 
The Mine. 

U. S. Geo. Survey, Washington, D. C. Equip- 
ment and survey methods. Av. B. 

U. S. Steel Corr^oration & Subsidiary Cos., 
New York. N. Y. Collective iron, steel and 
coal exhibit. Av. D. 
American Bridge Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Model 

of coal barge. 
American Steel & Wire Co., Chicago, 111. 

Track and tramwav cables. 
Carnegie Steel Co.. Pittsburg, Pa. Mining 

and drilling eouipment. 
National Tube Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Oil well 

pipe and casing. 
H. C. Frick Co.. Pittsburg, Pa. Safety 

and rescue Ex. 
Oliver Iron Mining Co., Duluth, Minn. 
Safety and rescue Ex. 
Tenn. Coal, Iron & R. R. Co., Birmingham. 

Safetv and rescue Ex. 
U. S. Coal & Coke Co., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Safety and rescue Ex. 
Bunsen Coal Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Safety and 
rescue Ex. 

Weber Subterranean Pump Co., New York, N. 
Y. Mine and artesi^'u well pumps. Mch. 
Pal., 1st St. fk Av. C?2. 

Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Trans. Pal. Baldwin-Westinghouse 
electric mine locomotive — -bar steel frame 
with trollev and gathering reel. Baldwin- 
Westinghouse storage battery locomotive 
with bar steel frame; mine motors; indus- 
trial geirs and pinions: industrial motor con- 
trol. See motor appliances in booths of 
other exhibitors, in service.' 



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White Co., Cleveland, O. Rescue truck 
Witherbee Igniter Co., Springfield, Mass. The 

Mine. 
Wolf Safety Lamp Co. of America, Inc., New 

York, N. y. The Mine. Miners' safety 

and carbide lamps. 

GROUP 153 

MINERALS AND STONES AND THEIR 
UTILIZATION 

Anaconda Copper Mining Co., Anaconda, Mont. 
Minerals, ores. Av. B, bet. 5th & 6th Sts. 

Andrew & Co., Ltd.. Sheffield, Eng. Rock 
drills. Mch. Pal., 4th St., bet. Avs. Q & 
G2. 

Argentina. Mineral and stones. 5th St., bet. 
Avs. C & D. 

Asbestos Protected Metal Co., Beaver Falls, 
Pa. Roofing. Bureau of Mines. 

Barber Asphalt Paving Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Roofing materials. Mob. Pal., 5th St. & Av. 
I. Parrott & Co., San Francisco, Cal., Rep- 
representatives. See ad. on front cover of 
Machinery catalog. 

Barrett Mfg. Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Asphalt 
products. 7th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 

Ceresit Waterproofing Co., Chicago, 111. Water- 
proofing products. Mch. Pal., 5th St, & 
Av. I. Cement waterproofing and damp- 
proof products for factories, residences, res- 
ervoirs, etc, Ceresit Floor Hardener for 
hard and dustless concrete floors. Weather 
wear, storm-proof roof coat. 

China. Minerals and stones. 4th St.. bet. 
Avs. C & D. 

Consolidation Coal Co., Fairmont, W. Va 
Coal. The Mine. 

Disston, Henry & Sons, Inc., Philadelphia, 
Pa. Saw Mfr. Av. C, cor 6th St. 

Foote Mfg. Co., Nunda, N. Y. Mch. Pal , 
4th & 5th Sts., bet. C & 02. Concrete 
mixers and equipment. 

Fuller & Co., W. P., San Francisco, CaJ. 
Paints, varnishes. Av. C & 3rd St. 

Homestake Mining Co., Lead, S. D. Mineral 
collection. The Mine. 

International Acheson Graphite Co., Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. Graphite. Mch. Pal., 3rd & 
4th Sts., Av. C2. 

Jaeger Machine Co.. Columbus, O. Mch 
Pal., 4th & 5th Sts., bet. Avs. C & C2.' 
Artificial stone and cement. 

Koppers Co., H. Model coke ovens. Collec- 
tive Exhibit. Av. D. 

MacLeod Co., The, Cincinnati, O. Paint 
spreading machines. 1st St. & Av. I, Mch. 
Pal. 

Missouri, State of. Zinc, lead ores. 6th St. 

National Canners Association. Hort. Pal 
1st & 2nd Sts., & Avs. B & D. 

Paraffine Paint Co., The, San Francisco, Cal. 
Ready roofing. Min. Pal., 7th St., cor. 
Av. C. Plastic caulking cement. Wall 
board, asbestos roofing, building and roof- 
ing papers, refined asphaltum, preservative 
paints, roofing paints, cement and damp- 
proof paints, cement waterproofing com- 
pound. Enamels for iron and steel. Gen. 
Offices: 34 First St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Parrott & Co., San Francisco, Cal. Cement 
waterproofing. Mch. Pal. 4th & 5th Sts., 
Av. I. 

Redwood Manufacturers Co., San Francisco, 
Cal. Farm Equipment. Block 36, Mch. 
Pal. 15,000-gallon "Remco" redwood tank 
in operation. "Remco" machine-banded 
redwood stave pipe in operation. Miniature 
"Remco" redwood tank and tower, sections 
of "Remco" pipe, machine-banded and con- 
tinuous stave. 



Round Mountain Mining Co., Round Mountain, 
Nev. Gold ores, country rocks, ores and 
nuggets. Av. B, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. Maps, 
geological sections, photographs relative to 
geology, mineralogy, quarrying, mining 
metallurgy, and the manipulation of mineral 
products. 

Smith Co., T. L., Milwaukee, Wis. Concrete 
mixers. Mch. Pal. Parrott & Co., San 
Francisco, Cal., representatives. See ad. 
on front cover of Machinery Catalogue. 

GROUP 153 

Standard Oil Co. of California. Asphaltum 
products. Av. C, bet. 6th & 7th Sts. As- 
phaltum, road oil, cement, fuel oils, illumin- 
ating oils, gas oils, lubricating greases, 
gasoline, lubricating oils, floor oil, liquid 
gloss. 

Standard Oil Co. of Indiana. Wax. Av. C, 
bet. 6th & 7th Sts. Paraffine wax, petro- 
leum by-products. Comb. Ex. 

Standard Varnish Works, Chicago, New York, 
London. Min. Pal. Av. C, bet. 2nd & 3rd 
Sts. Largest makers of high-grade varnishes 
in the world. 113 Front St., San Francisco, 
Cal. 

Sturtevant Mill Co., Boston, Mass. Manufac- 
turers: Crushing rolls, pulverizers, screens, 
automatic scales, laboratory ore sampling 
machinery. Harron, Rickard & McCone, San 
Francisco, representatives. 

Union Oil Company of California, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Producers and refiners. Min. 
Pal. 6th St. & Av. B. Exhibit of fuel and 
lubricants in Mch. Pal. Cycloramic scenic 
display of California oil industry; collec- 
tion in geology; asphalt for paving, asphalt 
for highway construction, asphalt for roof- 
ing, asphalt for coating pipes, asphalt for 
coating building paper, asphalt for insulat- 
ing, asphalt for waterproofing, asphalt for 
joint fitting, asphalt for saturating, asphalt 
for printer's ink, asphalt for lacquers, as- 
phalt for rubber substitute, asphalt for coat- 
ing patent leather; complete line refined 
petroleum products. 

Universal Crusher Co., Cedar Rapids, la. Mch. 
Pal. 4th & 5th Sts., bet. Avs. C & C2. Rock 
and stone crushers. 

U. S. Steel Corpn. & Subsidiary Cos., New 
York. Collective iron, coal and coke exhibit. 
Av. D. 

Carnegie Steel Co., Pittsburgh. Fur. coal 
and coke by-products. 
Illinois Steel Co., Chicago. Fur. coal and 

coke by-products. 
H. C. Frick Coke Co., Pittsburgh. Coal and 

coke. 
Universal Portland Cement Co., Chicago. 

Cement products. 
H. Koppers Co. Model coke ovens. 

Uruguay. Minerals and stones. 4th St., bet. 
Avs. B & C. 

Valentine & Co., New York. Valspar varnish. 
(Com. Exhibit). Min. Pal. 

Vermont Marble Co., Proctor, Vt. Marble 
for building purposes. V. I., Av. E & 2nd 
St. 

Wolverine Lubricants Co. Oils. (Com. Ex- 
hibit). Min. Pal. 

GROUP 154 

MINE MODELS, MAPS, PHOTOGRAPHS 

Anaconda Copper Mg. Co., Anaconda, Mont. 

Maps, photos. Av. B, bet. 5th & 6th »t. 

Argentina. Mine models, maps, photos. 5th 

St., bet. Avs. C & D. 
Bunker Hill & Sullivan Mg. Co., Kellog, Idaho. 
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China. Mine model, maps, photos. 4th St., 

bet. Avs. C & D. 
Coast Mfg. & Supply Co., Livermore, Cal. Fuse 

and caps. 
Consolidated Coal Co., Fairmont, W. Va. The 

Mine. 
Homestake Mining Co., Lead, S. D. The Mine. 
Lehigh Coal & Nav. Co., Lansford, Pa. The 

Mine. 
Missouri, State of. Collective exhibit. Mining 

Palace. 
North American Construction Co., Bay City, 

Mich. Oil camp. 
Pacific Coast Coal Co., Seattle, Wash. The 

Mine. 
Pacific Tank & Pipe Co., San Francisco, Cal. 

Wood stove pipe. 6th St., bet. Avs. A & B. 
Schuyler, F. B., Berkeley, Cal. Gem Mine 

reproduction. Av. A & 7th St. 
Transvaal Chamber of Mines, South Africa. 

Specimens, photographs. Av. C & 5th St. 
Uruguay. Mine models, maps, photos. 4th St , 

bet. Avs. B & C. 
TJ. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

Charts, photos, maps. Av. B. 
TJ. S. Steel Corpn. & Subsidiary Cos., New 

York. Collective iron, steel and coal ex- 
hibit. Av. D. 

Carnegie Steel Co., Pittsburgh. Models 
and photos of steel manufacture. 

H. C. Frick Coke Co., Pittsburgh. Models 
and photos, coal mining. 

Illinois Steel Co., Chicago. Photos, steel 
manufacture. 

Oliver Iron Mining Co., Duluth. Models 
and iron-mining exhibit. 

Pittsburgh & Conneaut Dock Co., Conneaut. 
Models and photos, ore handling. 

GROUP 155 

METALLURGY 

Anaconda Copper Mg. Co., Anaconda, Mont. 

Copper metals. Av. B, bet. 5th & 6th Sts. 
Argentine. Metallurgy of ores. 5th St., bet. 

Avs. C & D. 
Am. Rolling Mills Co., Middletown, O. Armco 

iron. 7th St., bet. Avs. C & D. 
Armco Iron Culvert Mfrs. Assn., Middletown, 
O. Culverts. Min. Pal., Av. C & 7th St. 
Corrugated Armco iron culverts, automatic 
flood gates, pressure head gates, irrigation 
gates, liennon metal flumes 
Bristol Co., The, Waterbury, Conn. Record- 
ing pyrometers. Mch. Pal., 2nd St. & Av. D. 
Co-operative Metallurgical Exhibit, U. S. 
Bureau of Mines and the following com- 
panies. 5th St. & Av. A. 
Ainsworth & Sons, Wm. G., Denver, Colo. 

Assay and analytical balances. 
Braun "Corporation, Los Angeles, Cal. Agi- 
tators, crushers, mixers, etc. 
Braun-Knecht-Heiman Co., San Francisco, 

Cal. Agitators, crushers, mixers, etc. 
Dorr Cyanide Machinery Co., Denver, Colo. 

Cyanide tanks. 
Englehard, Chas. & Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Pyrometers. 
Merrill Metallurgical Co., San Francisco, 

Cal. Mining equipment. 
Oliver Continuous Filter Co., San Francisco, 

Cal. Working model of Oliver filter. 
Taylor Instrument Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Thermometers and pyrometers. 
Tyler Co., W, S., Cleveland, Ohio. 
China. Metallurgy of ores. 4th St., bet. Avs. 

C & D. 
Denver Engineering Works, Denver, Colo. 

The Mine. 
Dodge Manufacturing Co., Mishawaka, Ind. 

Screens, power-driven. 
Fairmont Mining Machinery Co., W. Va. The 

Mine. 
Fuller, W. P. & Co., San Francisco, Cal. Av. 
C & Third St. Operating lead mill. 



Henderson Willis Co., St. Louis, Mo. Weld- 
ing equipment. Mch. Pal. 2nd St. & Av. F. 
Homestake Mining Co., Lead, S. D. The Mine 
Industrial Instrument Co., Foxboro, Mass. 
Recording pyrometers. Mch. Pal. 3rd St. 
& Av. C'2. 
Int'l Acheson Graphite Co., Niagara Falls, 
N. Y. Mch. Pal. 3rd & 4th Sts., Av. C2. 
Jahnke Welding & Mfg. Co., San Francisco, 
Cal. Welding Equipment. Mch. Pal. South 
Entrance. 
Krogh Mfg. Co., San Francisco, Cal. Mch 
Pal. 3rd St., Avs. H & I. Slime Pumps. 
Lambie Steel Form Co., New York, N. Y. In- 
terchangeable Steel Moulds. Mch Pal 1st 
St. and Av. D. 
Macleod Co., The, Cincinnati, O. Welding 
equipment. Mch. Pal., 1st St. & Av. I Oil 
furnaces. 
Marland, W. J., Oakland, Cal. Coll. Exh In- 
terchangeable steel moulds. Mch. Pal , 1st 
St. & Av. D 
Missouri, State of. Collective exhibit metals. 
U. S. Steel Corpn. & Subsidiary Cos., New c^ 
York. Collective iron, steel and coal ex- 
hibit. Av. D. 
Am. Bridge Co., Pittsburgh. Steel bridges 

and buildings. 
Am. Steel & Wire Co., Chicago. Wire rein- 
forcing material. 
Am. Sheet & Tin Plate Co., Pittsburgh. 

Sheets and tin plates. 
Carnegie Steel Co., Pittsburg. Raw steel 

and rolled products. 
Illinois Steel Co., Chicago. Steel and fin- 
ished rolled products. 
National Tube Co., Pittsburgh. Pipes and 

tubes. 
Tenn. Coal, Iron & R. R. Co., Birmingham. ' 

Steel rails. 
Lorain Steel Co., Johnstown, Pa. Electric 

track welding. 
Tinius-Olsen Testing Machine Co. Testing 
machinery. 

LITERATURE OF MINING AND 

METALLURGY 

GROUP 156 

Coast Mfg. & Supply Co., Livermore, Cal. 

The Mine. 

CALIFORNIA STATE EXHIBIT 
Location: Avenue C, between 5th and 6th 

Streets. 

GROUP 153 

Alameda County. Mineral paints, display of. 

Henry Cawell Lime & Cement Co. Cement. 

Kern County. Display: Minerals, stones, fuels, 
luminants. 

Kern Trading & Oil Co., S. F. Peg model of 
oil fields, Kern county. 

Santa Barbara County. Display of minerals, 
fuels, luminants. 

Santa Clara County. Minerals, collective dis- 
play of. 

San Joaquin Valley Counties Commission, 
Fresno, Cal. Minerals and stones, from 
Calaveras, Madero, Fresno, Mariposa coun- 
ties. 

Shasta County. Minerals, collective display 
of. 

Siskiyou County. Minerals, collective display 
of. 

Southern California Counties Exposition Com- 
mission, Los Angeles. Mineral fuels and 
luminants. Los Angeles, San Bernardino 
and San Diego counties. Minerals and 
building materials. 

GROUP 154 

Shasta County. Mine models. 

Siskiyou County. Mine models. 

Yuba Construction Company. Model dredger. 
GROUP 155 

Straube ManufactUTing Company. Stamp mill. 



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NEW YOEK 

Avenue C Bet. 4tli and 5th Streets 

GROUP 15;', 

New York State Museum.— Albany. Mineral 

resources, origin and deposits. 
CarbJrunauin Co. — Niagara Falls. Corbar- 

undum, granite, silicon. 
New York Lime Co. — Natural Bridge, X. Y. 

Limestone. 
Finch, Pruyn Co. — Glen Falls, New York. 

Marble. 
Glens Falls, Portland Cement Co. — Glens 

Falls. Crude products. 
Paragon Plaster Co. — Artificial gianite ; feld- 
spar. 
Kinkel's Sons, P. H. — Bedford. Feldspar, 

pink and white ; rose quartz. 
Crown Point Spar Co. — Crown Point. Feld- 
spar, pegmatite, mill products. 
Johnson, E. J. — New York City. Slate 

roofs. 
Mathews Slate Roof Co. — Poultney, Vermont. 

Slate roof. 
Barton & Son, H. H. Co. — Philadelphia, Pa. 

Garnet matrix and paper. 
North River Garnet Co. — North River. Gar- 
net matrix; mill products. 
Bruyn Hasbrouck. — New Paltz. Grit, rough 

and shaped. 
Jos. Dixon Graphite Co. — Jersey City, N. J. 

Mfg. and products. 
International Acheson Graphite Co. — Niagara 

Falls, N. Y. Artificial graphite. 
U. S, Gypsum Co. — Oakfield. Gypsum, tile, 

plaster board. 
Niagara Gypsum Co. — Oakfield. Gypsum, 

rock, calcined, plaster. 
Ontario Talc Co. — Gouveneur, N. Y. Talc, 

fibrous and ground. 
Uniform Fibrous Talc Co. — Talcville. Talc, 

fibrous and ground. 
Worcester Salt Co. — Silver Springs. Salt ; 

mfg. and products. 
Sterling Salt Co. — Cuylerville. Rock and re- 
fined salt. 
Retsof Salt Co.— Retsof, N. Y. Salt — rock, 

lump and ground. 
Onondaga Coarse Salt Association. — Syracusdl 

Salt by solar evaporation. 
Solvay Process Co. — Syracuse. Soda com- 
pounds from limestone and coke. 
St. Lawrence Pyrites Co. — Herman. Crude 

pyrite and products. 
Connors Paint Co., Wm. — Troy'. Mineral 

pigment. 
Clinton Metallic Paint Co. — Clinton. Min- 
eral pigment. 
Wells Co., James M. — Ogdensburg. Mineral 

pigment. 
Vacuum Oil Co. — Olean and Rochester. Petro- 
leum — crude and products. 
Wellsville Refining Co. — Wellsville. Crude oil 

and products. 
Shaner, A. L. — Bolivar. Crude oil, Wough 

and Porter pools. 
Love, Thomas. — Olean. Crude oil, Clarks- 

ville, pool. 
Wirt Gasoline Co. — Bolivar. Gasoline, com- 
pressed from natural gas. 
Witherbee, Sherman & Co. — Mineville. Mag- 
netite. 
Port Henry Iron Ore Co.— Mineville. Iron 

Ore. 
Cheever Iron Ore Co.— Port Henry. Mag- 
netite Ore. 
Chateaugay Ore and Iron Co. — Lyon Moun- 
tain. Iron Ore and county rocks. 
Benson Mines Co. — Benson Mines. Iron 

Ore. 
Maclntyre Iron Co.— Tahawus. Titaniferous 

Magnetite. 
Borst, C. A. — Clinton. Hematite Iron Ore. 
Northern Ore Co. — Edwards. Zinc Ore. 



GROUP 154 
New York State Museum. — Albany. Mine, 

metallurgical models, maps, photos. 
Worcester Salt Co.— Silver Springs. Model; 

making of salt. 
Sterling Salt Co.— Cuylerville. Rock salt oc- 
currence, mining, etc. 
Witherbee- Sherman Co. — Mineville. Iron Ore 

— "Old Bed:" panoramas. 
Wellsville Refining Co — Wellsville. Model oil 

derrick. 
International Acheson Graphite Co. — Niagara 

Falls. Model electric furnace. 
Solvay Process Co.— Syracuse. Relief charts 

and photos. 
St. Lawrence Pyrites Co. — Herman. Picture: 

mines, mills. 
Myers- Whaley Co.— Knoxville, Tenn. Picture, r 

shoveling machine. 
Retsof Salt Co.— Retsof. Photo: surface 

plant, workings. 
American Gypsum Co. — Akron. Photo: un- 
derground gasoline motor. 
Glens Falls Portland Cement Co.— Glens 

Falls. Quarry photo. 
United States Gypsum Co. — Oakfield. Photo 

of plant. 
Benson Mines Co. — Benson Mines. Photos of 

quarry and mill. 
Borst, C. A. — Clinton. Photo of Hematite 

mine plant. 
New York Lime Co.— Natural Bridge. Photos 

of quarries and plant. 
Northern Ore Co — Edwards. Photos of 
plant. 

GROUP 155 
Association of American Portland Cement 

Manufacturers. — Model cement road. 
Barton & Son Co., H. H. — North River. Sort- 
ing by hand abi-asive garnet. 
Witherbee- Sherman & Co. — Mineville. Con- 
centration magnetic ore. 
Chateaugay Ore and Iron Co. — Lyon Moun- 
tain. Iron Ore products. 
North River Garnet Co. — North River. Ab- 
rasive garnet. 
Dixon Crucible Co., Jos. — Ticonderoga. Gra- 
phite products. 
Northern Iron Co.— Standish. Process: pig^ 

iron Lyon Mountain. 
Northern Iron Co. — Port Henry. Process: 

Mineville pig iron. 
Maclntyre Iron Co. — Tahawus. Products, etc.. 

Port Henry furnace. 
International Acheson Graphite Co. — Niagara 

Falls. Refractory graphite crucibles. 
Dixon Crucible Co., Jos. — Jersey City, N. Y. 

Graphite crucibles. 
Carborundum Co. — Niagara Falls. Electro- 
sillicon ware. 

GROUP 156 
New York State Museum. — Albany. Statis- 
tics: mineral resources. 



STATE OF NEVADA 

GROUP 15.3 

Location: Av. B, bet. 2nd & 3rd Sts. 

State of Nevada Geological Exhibit. Includ- 
ing minerals, ores, etc. 

Amalgamated Pioche Mines & Smelters Corp., 
Pioche. Gold, silver, lead, copper, zinc ores. 

Adler, A., Mina. Gold ore. 

Alameda Mining Company, Mina. Copper ores. 

Amador Mining Company, Austin. Silver ores. 

American Smelter & Refining Co., Salt Lake 
City, Utah. Iron ore. 

Anchor Mine, Las Vegas. Zinc ore. 

Aurora Consolidated Mining Co., Aurora. Gold 
ore. 

Austin Manhattan Mining Company, Austin. 
Lead-silver ores, silver. 



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Buckhorn Mines Co., Buckhorn. Ores and 

country rock. 
Bamberger Delmar Mining Company, Delmar. 

Gold ore. 
Blue Light Mining Co., Mina. Copper ore. 
Bray, Joe, Austin. Antimony ore Lead-silver 

oi p. 

Bray & Knowles, Battle Mountain. Copper 

ore. 
Bristol Mining Company, Bristol. Copper 

ores. 
Brown, H. M., Mina. Copper ores. 
Brunswick Iron Mine, Carson City. Iron ore. 
Byran Mine, Battle Mauntain. Gold ore. 
Codd, A. A., Reno. Country rock and ores, 

from Rochester District. 
Consolidated Nevada Utah Corp., Pioche. 

Orold. silver, lead ores. 
Carrara Marble Co., Carrara. Marble. 
Chedic, W. H., Carson City. Graphite. 
Carr. Clyde, Mina. Precious stones. 
Coaldale Coal Company, Coaldale. Coal, sub- 
bituminous. 
C. & C. Mining Co., Virginia City. Silver 

ore. 
Cattenhorn Brothers, Battle Mountain. Silver 

ore. 
Chisholm Mine, Ely. I.ead-silver ore. 
Connis, H. A., Ely. Manganese ore. 
Cook, W. L., Reno. Copper ore. 
Cook & Lloyd, Luning. Lead, silver ore. 
Crow Canyon Mining Company, Elko. Gold 

ore. 
Crown Mines, Golconda. Gold ore. 
Curdew, Harry, Silver City. Gold ore. 
Delmar & Sproule, Goodsprings, Las Vegas. 

Gvpsum. 
Day Mine, Ely. Lead-silver ore. 
Del Monte Mines, Goodsprings, Las Vegas. 

Copper ore. 
Dexter Union Mining Co., Manhattan. Gold 

ore. 
Dixon & Stebbins, R?und Mountain. Gold ore. 
Donald, D. A., Silver Peak. Arsenic. 
Douglas-Wardell, Tonopah. Mercury ore. 
Dyer, E. A., Yerington. Copper ores. 
E. J. Mining Company, Bristol. Lead-silver 

ore. 
Eckman, William, Battle Mountain. Lead-sil- 
ver ore. 
Ehlers, Paul, Luning. Gold ore. 
Elko Prince Mining Company, Midas. Gold 

ore. 
Ella Mine, Pioche. Lead-silver ore. 
Everett, P. Minna. Copper ore. 
Esmeralda County, Commissioners of. Gold- 
field. Mica, sulphur ores, molydenum and 
tungsten ores. 
Falkner, E. & F. D., Mina. Lead and vana- 
dium ores. 
Flinn & Roeder. Pioche. Lead-silver ore. 
Finney, E. H., Las Vegas. Gypsum. 
Florence-Goldfield Mining Co., Goldfleld. 

Rough and polished ores. 
Goldbanks Quicksilver Co., Winnemucca. 

Country rocks and ores. 
Goldfield Cons. Mines Co., Goldfield. Country 

rocks and gold ores. 
Gould, Dr. H. G., Lovelock. Gypsum. 
George, E. T., Battle Mountain. Lead-silver 

Jind silver ores. 
Girouz Consolidated Mining Co., Ely. Copper 

ore. 
Glasg'ow Western Exploration Co., Battle 

Mauntain. Copper ore. 
Gold Mountain Mining Company, Tonopah. 

Gold ore. 
Good Enough Mine, Pioche. Copper ore. 
Goldbanks Quicksilver Mining Co., Winne- 
mucca. Mercury ore. 
Gold Eagle Mine, Ely. Silver ore. 
Goldfield Alamo Mining Company, Hawthorne. 
T-ead-silver ore. 



Goldfield Consolidated Mining Co., Goldfield. 

Gold ore. 
Goldfield Florence Mining Co., Goldfield. Gold 

ore. 
Goldfield Plymouth Mining Co., Goldfield. Gold 

ore. 
Goodspeed, William, Ely. Silver-lead ore. 
Goodwin & Johnson, Pioche. Lead-silver ore. 
Grube, F. G., Luning. Silver ore. 
Hill & Worsick, Lovelock. Wonderstone. 
Heeney, John T., Reno. Opals in the rough. 
Hard Scrabble Mine, Rube Brown, Midas. 

Gold ore. 
Hannan, John, Reno. Lead-silver ore. 
Haughton, James, Mina. Lead-silver ore. 
Hilt & Adams, Mina. Lead-silver ore. 
Hillside Mining Company, Bristol. Lead-silver 

ore. 
Holmes Mining Co., Candelinn. Silver ore. 
Horton Brothers, Battle Mountain. Lead-silver 

ore. 
Hulse, E. W., Ely. .\ntimony ore. 
Jumbo Extension Mining Co., Goldfield. Gold- ^ 

copper ores. 
Kennedy, C. E., Winnemucca. Gold ore. 
Kieman, J. H., Pioche. Copper ore. 
Kimberly Consolidated Mining Co., Hill Top. 

Gold ore. 
Kramer Hill Mining Co., Golconda. Gold ore. 
Lawrence, I. N., Las Vegas. Tungsten ore. 
Lemaire Brothers, Battle Mauntain. Silver ore. 
Little Eoluppus Mine (A. H. Scott), Luning. 

Silver ore. 
Luchens, Fred, Austin. Silver ore. 
Lucky Star Mine, Luning. Lead-silver ore. 
Luning Aviator Mining Co., Lnning. Copper 

ore. 
Lvon & Heggland, Luning. Copper ore. 
Mason Valley Mines Co., Thompson. Country 

rocks and ores, copper. 
Mercury Mines Co., lone. Country rocks and 

ores. 
Montana-Tonopah Mines Co., Tonopah. Ores. 
Manhattan Consolidated Mining Co., Manhat- 
tan. Gold ore. 
Manhattan Mining Company, Ely. Copper ore. 
Manhattan White Cap Mining Co., Manhattan. 

Arsenic, antimony ores. 
Marcel, D. P., Ruth. Copper ore. 
Maricopa Mininsr Co., Austin. Silver ore. 
Masey, F. M., Midas. Gold ore. 
McCluskey, H. G.. Goldfield. Lead-silver ore. 
McDonald, D. C, Ely. Copper ore, lead. 
McDonald. J. R., Las Vegas. Zinc ore. 
McLausrhlin. J. A., Tonopah. Zinc ore. 
Meagher, W., Battle Mountain. Lead-silver 

ore. 
Mercury Mining Company, lone. Mercury ore. 
Montana Tonopah Mining Company, Tonopah. 

Silver ore. 
Monte Cristo Mine, Goodsprings, Las Vegas. 

Zinc ore. 
Mount Diablo Mine. Candelina. Silver ore. 
Nevada Bunker Hill Mining Co., Elko. Coun- 
try rocks and ores. Copper, silver, lead. 
Nevada Cinnabar Co., lone. Country rocks 

and ores. 
Nevada Consolidated Copper Co., McGill. Cop- 
per ores. 
Nevada Douglas Copper Co., Ludwig. Coun 

try rocks and copper ores. 
Nevada Hills Mining Co., Fairview. Country 

rocks and ores. 
Nevada New Mines Co., Rawhide. Gold and 

silver ores. Country rock. 
Nevada Wonder Mining Co., Wonder. Coun- 
try rocks and ores. 
Ninnis, F. C, Tonopah. Silver ore. 
Nevada Douglas, Yerington. Gypsum, copper 

ores and native copper. 
Nevada Sulphur Company, Sulphur. Sulphur. 
Nati->nal Mines Co., National. Silver ore. 
Nevada Central Mining Co.. Ely. Lead-silver. 



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Nevada Cinnabar Mining Co., lone. Mercury 
ore. 

Nevada Consolidated Mining Co., Ely. Copper 
ore. 

Nevada Minnesota Mining Co., Yerington. Cop- 
per ore. 

Nevada New Mines Co., Rawhide. Gold ore. 

New Era Mining Co., Pioche. Gold ore. 

Newlyons & Heggland, Pioche. Silver ore. 

Noble, R. T., Midas. Gold ore. 

Plymire, Dr. F. A., Mina. Polished marble. 

Portland Cement Company. Mound House. 
Gypsum. 

Potosi Mine, Goodsprings, Las Vegas. Zinc 
ore. 

Prairie Flower Mine, Goodsprings, Las Vegas. 
Zinc ore. 

Paisley, J. A., IVIidas. Gold ore. 

Panic & Licing, Ely. Lead-silver ore. 

Patuch Mine, Mina. Silver ore. 

Pepper & Keough, Mina. Mercury ore. 

Playter, Jos. H., Golconda. Gold ore. 

Pohl, Fred, Austin. Bar of silver, silver ore. 

Poujade, J., Carson City. Lead-silver ore. 

Ophir Mining Co., Virginia City. Silver ore. 

Orr, William, Lovelock. Native silver and 
silver ore. 

Queen Sheba Mine, Mills City. Lead-silver 
ore, silver ore. 

Quigley, F. D., Luning. Copper ore. 

Round Mountain Mining Co., Round Mountain. 
Gold ores, country rocks, ores and nuggets. 
Av. B, bet. 2nd & .3rd Sts. Maps, geo- 
loeical sections, photographs relative to 
geology, mineralogy, quarraying, mining 
metallurgy, and the manipulation of min- 
eral products. 

Red Top Mining Co., Hill Top. Lead silver 
ore. 

Rex Reduction Co., Midas. Gold ore. 

Reich, C, Luning. Copper ore. 

Romanche, P. V., Orizabo. Silver-lead ore. 

Round Mountain Tungsten Mining Co., Round 
Mountain. Tungsten ore. 

"Rover Group," Goodsprings, Las Vegas. 
Lead and zinc ores. 

Royal Mining Co., Luning. Gold ore. 

Ruby Silver Mining Co., Battle Mountain. 
Silver ore. 

Ruth Mine, Ruth. Lead-silver ore. 

Seven Troughs Coalition Mining Co., Seven 
Troughs. Ores. 

Stevenson, C. T., Reno. Polished varisite. 

Seven Troughs Coalition Mining Co., Love- 
lock. Gold ore. 

Shafford & McCarthy, Austin. Lead-silver ore. 

Scherfield Mining Co., Golconda. Silver ore, 

Silverfield Mining Co., Golconda. Lead-silver 
ore. 

Simmons, P. H., Mina. Copper ore. 

Smith, E. E., San Francisco. Gold ore. 

Stewart Bros., McMillan, Luning. Copper 
ore. 

Stewart, W. J., Tonopah. Copper ore. 

Stewart, Robert, Sodaville. Gold ore, 

Tonopah Belmont Development Co., Tonopah. 
Oxidized and sulphide ores. 

Tonopah Extension Mining Co., Tonopah. 
Ores. 

Tonopah Mining Co., of Nevada, Tonopah. 
Oxidized and sulphide ores. 

Taylor. James T., Pioche. Lead-silver ore. 

Tilford, John, Ely. Tungsten. 

Tolare Mining Co., Austin. Lead-silver ore. 

Tonopah Extension Mining Co., Tonopah. Sil- 
ver ore. 

Tonopah Merger Mining Co., Tonopah. Sil- 
ver. 

Tonopah Midway Mining Co., Tonopah. Sil- 
ver ore. 

To"OT)ah North Star Mining Co., Tonopah. 
Silver ore. 



University of Nevada, Reno. Country rock 
and ores, gold and silver. 

University of Nevada, Reno. Diatomaceous 
earth, tripoli, mica, salt, ores, tungsten, 
antimony, lead, silver, copper and gold. 

U. S. Smelting & Refining Co., Salt Lake, 
Utah. Copper ore. 

Virgin River Salt Co.. Las Vegas. Salt. 

Vanderhoff, E. E., Ely. Lead ore; 

Virginia Iron Mine, Virginia City. Iron ore. 

Virtue Mine Co., Ely. Lead-silver ore. 

Watson & Bachman, Luning. Copper ore. 

Williams & Clifford, Austin. Lead-silver ore. 

Walti, E. D., Eureka. Zinc and copper ore. 

Wedekind & Selever, Mina. Copper ore. 

Welch & Selever, Mina. Copper ore. 

White Cap Mining Co., National. Silver ore. 

Workman, Jesse, National. Lead-silver ore. 

West End Consolidated Mining Co., Tonopah. 
Country rocks and ores. 

White Pine County Commissioners, Ely. Cop- 
per ores. 

Wingfield, George, Reno. Polished specimens 
of gold ore, copper ore. 

Yellow Pine Mine, Goodsprings. Zinc ore. 

Yount & Fayle, Goodsprings. Platinum ore. 

GROUP 154 

Amalgamated Pioche Mines & Smelters Corp., 
Pioche. Photograph. 

Balliet, Letson, Tonopah. Drawing and photo- 
graph. 

Buckeye Belmont Mines Co., Tonopah. Photo- 
graphs and panorama. 

Buckhorn Mines Co., Buckhorn. Photographs 
and model. 

Codd, A. A., Reno. Panorama and photograph. 

Denver Rock Drill & Machinery Co., S. F., 

■ Cal. Waugh stoper model, 12 A. 

Desert Power & Mill Co., Millers. Panorama 
of mill. 

Florence-Goldfield Mining Co., Goldfield. Map 
of workings. 

Goldbanks Quicksilver Co., Winnemucca. Map 
and photographs. 

Julian, E. A., Reno. Mill cow. 

Mason Valley Mines Co., Thompson. Panorama 
of mine and smelter. 

Mercury Mines Co., lone. Photograph of 
property. 

Montana-Tonopah Mines Co., Tonopah. Photo- 
graphs, map and model. 

Moran, William J., Tonopah. Claim map. 

National Mines Co., Winnemucca. Photograph 
of mine. 

Nevada Bunker Hill Mining Co., Elko. Photo- 
graphs and maps. 

Nevada Cinnabar Co., lone. Photographs of 
property. 

Nevada Consolidated Copper Co., McGill. 
Panorama and photographs. 

Nevada Douglas Copper Mining Co., Ludwig. 
Panorama of property. 

Nevada Hills Mining Co., Fairview. Photo- 
graphs and model. 

Nevada Wonder Mining Co., Wonder. Photo- 
graphs of property. 

O'Leary, Frank, National. Claim map. 

Reid, W. F., Goldfield. Model of blacksmith 
shop, tools. 

Round Mountain Mining Co., Round Moun- 
tain. Photographs. 

Seven Troughs Coalition Mining Co., Seven 
Troughs. Panorama. 

Tonopah Belmont Development Co., Tonopah. 
Photographs and model. 

Tonopah Extension Mining Co., Tonopah. 
Photographs. 

University of Nevada, Reno. Models, pano- 
ramas and maps. 

Goldfield Consolidated Mines Co., Goldfield. 
Photographs. 



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GROUP 155 

State of Nevada. Metallurgical products. 

Belmont Milling, Tonopah. Products of mill. 

Buckhorn Mines Co., Buckhorn. Products of 
mill. 

Churchill Milling Co., Wonder. Screen an- 
alysis of mill products. 

Desert Power & Mill Co., Millers. Product of 
mill. 

Coldbanks Quicksilver Co., Winnemucca. 
Products of furnace. 

Mason Valley Mines Co., Thompson. Products 
of copper smelter. 

Mercury Mines Co., lone. Products of fur- 
nace. 

Nevada Cinnabar Co., McGill. Products of 
furnace. 

Nevada Cons. Copper Co., McGill. Metallurgi- 
cal products, copper. 

Nevada Hills Mining Co., Fairview. Products 
of mill. 

Nevada Milling Co., Tonopah. Products of 
mill. 

Seven Troughs Coalition Co., Seven Troughs. 
Products of mill. 



GROU? 156 

State of Nevada. Literature and statistics of 
mining and metallurgy. 

Belmont Milling Co., Tonopah. Plow and ele- 
vation sheets. 

Churchill Milling Co., Wonder. Flow sheet. 

Desert Power & Mill Co., Millers. Flow sheet. 

Goldfield Consolidated Mines Co., Goldfleld. 
Flow sheet. 

Montana Tonopah Mines Co., Tonopah. Flow 
sheet. 

Nevada Hills Mining Co., Fairview. Eleva- 
tion and flow sheet. 

Nevada Milling Co., Tonopah. Flow sheet, 
section Carpenter agitator. 

Bound Mountain Mining Co., Bound Moun- 
tain. Flow sheet. 

Seven Troughs Coalition Mining Co., Seven 
Troughs. Flow sheet. 

Tonopah Extension Mining Co., Tonopah. Flow 
sheet. 

University of Nevada, Beno. Production 
charts and maps. ^ 



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