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Ihave enjoyed the r atronage ot the readers
ot The sentinel for more than 2o years. I
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Marvelous Works of Art to
be Shown at San Francisco
Thirty-six of the World's Navies Will Participate Officially Upon a Stupendous Scale-World's Mos
Noted Architects Create City of Palaces the Like of Which Man Has
Never Beheld-England to Exhibit.
The photographs upon this page reveal just a few of the thousands of marvels that will be seen by the mil.
lions who visit the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco next year.
The opening of the Panama canal is regarded by the nations as one of the most stupendous events in the his
tory of the world, and in recognition of the great work at Panama there will be exhibited In San Francisco such
a display of the world's progress as has never been seen before.
The news that England will exhibit at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition is evidence of the amaz
Ing interest that is everywhere taken in America's Panama cafial celebration.
Thirty-six of the world's great nations will officially participate in the exposition. Here is the list: Argentina,
Australia, Austria, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, Denmark. Dominican Republic,
Ecuador, France, Guatamala, Haiti, Holland, Honduras, Italy, Japan, Liberia, New Zealand: Nicaragua, Panama, Per
sia, Peru, Portugal, Salvador, Siam, Spain, Sweden. Turkey Uruguay, Venezuela and Great Britain. The nations
have appropriated enormous sums. The Argentine, for example, has appropriated $1.300,000 gold for Its display;
Canada has appropriated $600,000 and construction is far advanced on the great Canadian pavilion.
The natives of every civilized country on earth will be. enabled at San Francisco to behold a surpassing view
of the progress of their native land.
Throughout the United States and in foreign lands millions of people are planning to visit the exposition nex1
year. At a recent meeting of the Transcontinental Passenger association It was decided to make great reductione
in railroad fares. The exposition opens on February 20
and closes on December 4, 1915. HANDSOME book of sixty pages, illustrated
The exposition today is one of the sights of the world. A profusely in colors and giving detailed descrip
The passenger on a steamer through the Golden Gate tions of the Panama-Pacific International Expo
beholds the vast domes of the exposition palaces rising like sition to be held in San Francisco from Eebruary 20
the domes and minarets of a fabled Oriental city. Be- until December 4, 1945, and of the Panama canal and
fore the main group of exposition palaces, which face the canal region, will be mailed by the Panama-Pa
north upon the harbor for more than one mile, a great cific International Exposition free of charge to all
sea esplanade has been constructed; this has been won- inquirers. The booklet is intended as a general
derfully landscaped with thousands of rare trees and guide to prospective visitors and will also contain
shrubs brought from distant parts of the world. Here information concerning the great engineering feat
multitudes will gather during the exposition to view by which the exposition is to celebrate. Write to the
day the assembled warships of the world's navies and at Manager, the Bureau of Publications, Panama-Pacific
night a wonderful series of colored illuminations visible .International Exposition, Exposition building, San
forty or fifty miles away. The entire exposition grounds Francisco, for the booklet.
parallel San Francisco harbor for almost three miles.
VIEW OF A HALF-DOME IN THE WONDERFUL PALACE OF EDUCATION.
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30pyright, 1914, by Panama-Pacific International Exposition Company.
This photograph shows a half-dome in the colossal Palace of Education at the Panama-Pacific Internationa
Exposition in San Francisco in 1915. The world's most noted artists, mural decorators and scullptors were 6ia
gaged to decorate the exposition palaces and, as a result, the huge structures are indescribably beautiful. ThE
interior of the dome is embellished with a superb mosaic of brilliant colors, designed under the supervision of Mr
Jules Guerin, the noted artist. The height to the top of the half-dome is 110 feet.
HUGE PALACE OF MACHINERY AT WORLD'S GREATEST EXPOSITION.
Copyright. 1914, by Panama-Pacifc International Exposition Company.
The great Palace of Machinery as seen from its south facade. The mechanical triumphs of the world will b
displayed in the great Palace of Machinery at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition at San Francisco nex
year. This colossal structure is almost a thousand feet long, four hundred feet wide and Is 135 feet high. ThE
installation of exhibits in the huge structure has already begun. Three vessels the size of the world's larges
steamship could easily be placed in this vast structure and with room to spare.
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FIRST NEWS PICTURE OF THE WONDERFUL PALACE OF HORTICULTURE
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The huge Palace of Horticulture is set In the joutlh
Gardens of the Panama-PacfifInter naionalExposito a
will be one of the most striking features as the vist
ters the. main exposition gates at Scott street. The &
will be covered with glass, and at night colored
lights within the palace will cause the great t
gleam with all the colors of the rainbow. The lightige 4.
feet will be visible from the harbor Crownink the dome
may be seen the "floier basket." This is 26 feet hitig
and weighs more than one hundred tons. This photo
graph shows the framework of the building as itApearnd
early in May. The exposition will open In San Franieeo
February 20, 1915.
A Nearer View of the Dome. Copyright. 1914, by Panams-Pacisc International E-0ukd " "?
FAMOUS SCULPTOR'S CONCETION OF "WATER," FOR COURT OF THE ONIVERSE.
Scene In one of the sculptural warehouses on the expositIon grounds. ' e figure above is that of a
able sculptural composition by Robert I. Aitkin, one of the most briliant of American sculptors.' The~
representing the sculptor's conception of "Water," Is a companion piece to three other symbolical
'Fire," "Earth" and "Air." The four figures, typifying the elements, will flank the descents'into a vast
garden in the superb court of honor, the Court of the Universe. On the left may be seen th-4 oiinal anodmiel~
which the figure was enlarged. copyrishxt. 1914. by Paniam-PaciSe Intemsaa XOSO o~~t
VAST SOUTH GARDENS OF THE MARVEL EXPOSITION CITY AT NIGHT.
Night view of South Gardens and main entrance to the Psamma-Paclfle International Exposition at Sa FiAn
isco in 1915. Dominating the scene at the left of the picture Is the Tower of Jewels, rling some 435 feet Into
he air, its architectural lines marked with thousands of glittering hand-polished crystals of many colors and its
whole surface softly glowing with the reflected light from the arcs which are hidden from the secwtfar. Further
dwn the facade, at about the center of the picture,. may be seen the two, slender towers which-gnard the eit"~
tto the Court of Palms and directly in front of the Tower of Jewels Is A. Stirling Calder's "Fountain of Elnerg,"
In the background at the extreme left may be seen the top of the triumphal Arch of the RisIng Sun, umosS
the group "Trhe Nations of the East." copyright. 1914. by Panama-Pacino Tran--ma Esoatio
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