African American Museum in Philadelphia (issuing body), Burnham, Irene (author of introduction, etc.), Stewart, Rowena, 1932- (author of introduction, etc.), Butler, Reginald (contributor), Donaldson, Jeff R. (contributor), Smitherman, Geneva, 1940- (contributor), Walters, Ronald G. (contributor)
Exhibition pamphlet meant to coincide with an exhibit on community murals at the African American Historical and Cultural Museum in Philadelphia.
Morgan, John Tyler, 1824-1907 (contributor), Butler, M. C. (Matthew Calbraith), 1836-1909 (contributor), Miller, Charles Ransom, 1849-1922 (contributor), Wilson, P. M. (Peter Mitchel), 1848-1939 (contributor), O'Sullivan, Daniel E., 1858- (contributor), Grady, Henry Woodfin, 1850-1889 (contributor), Ragland, Robert L. (contributor), Dabney, Charles William, 1855-1945 (contributor), Industrial Review (issuing body)
Alphand, A. (Adolphe), 1817-1891 (author), Berger, Georges (contributor), Garnier, Charles, 1825-1898 (contributor), France. Ministère du commerce et de l'industrie (issuing body), Picard, Alfred (publishing director)
Illustrates all principal buildings of the exposition, some of the smaller pavilions, tramways, parks, gardens, illuminated fountains, and the Eiffel Tower. This may be the fullest published record of the layout and architecture of the 1889 exposition. Charles Garnier, one of the administrators of the exposition, assisted in the preparation of the monograph. This is a presentation copy inscribed to 'Monsieur Chautemps, Député, membre de la Commission de Contrőle et de Finance.'
Laloux, Henri (author), Exposition universelle internationale de 1900 (Paris, France) (associated name)
Description of the process of selecting, cleaning (by women workers), sorting, and selling sponges from the importer of sponges from the Ottoman and Greek Archipelago. Cover half-tone shows Laloux's Sponge Exhibit.--bookseller notes.
Exposition internationale des arts décoratifs et industriels modernes (1925 : Paris, France) (associated name), Tissier, Léon (inscriber), Follot, Charles, 1869-1933 (author of introduction, etc.), Dufy, Raoul, 1877-1953 (illustrator)
Copy inscribed and autographed by publisher Léon Tissier. 'Charles Follot, président du jury de la classe 14'--Verso of t.p. Some illustrations are hand painted. Library's copy is no. 198 of 200 copies printed. Text is in French.