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THE GLOBE'S GRAND OFFER TO ITS READERS.
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The above cut represents the size of the book. It is magnificently bound in blue and gold. Size of cover, 9x12. Size of page, BKxIOK
Size of picture, 6xß.
This Remarkable Book Contains 529 Pages and
256 Photographic Views of the Great
Columbian Exposition.
S™ w SSS^2S [WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION
uo^u^o^^^JtZ^ ll ( EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
CHICAGO, June igth, 1893.
The Illustrations in this publication, issued by the Globe Bible Publishing Com- \
pany, of Chicago and Philadelphia, are from original photographs of the World's \
Columbian Exposition, the use of which is authorized and permitted by the Exposition
management. H. N. HIGINBOTHAM, President.
THESE ILLUSTRATIONS SHOW THE
Thirteen Original Buildings, War Ship Illinois,
Forty State Buildings, Lake Front,
Buildings of Nineteen Foreign Nations, Lagoon,Pavilions,Gardens,Fountains,Statues
Court of Honor, Midway Plaisance and Its Scenes.
DESCRIPTIVE MATTER.
Opposite every illustration is a full-page description of the picture, making a complete
Literary, Historical and Pictorial volume.
You Live the Exposition Over Again, or you see it reproduced in all its beauty and glory
in permanent form. An Ornament to the Finest Parlor in the land, and a Columbian Object
Lesson. The Great Work can be seen at the GLOBE Counting Room.
A PHOTOGRAPHIC PANORAMA of MAGNIFICENT BUILDINGS, fresh from the hands of genius; the wedded architecture of a wondering world; GLITTERING DOMES, TOWERS and PINNACLES, reaching
upward to the kisses of the sky. ARCHES delicate in design as spider's webs, or massive as tunneled mountains; INTERIORS exquisitely clear, each delicate detail admirably defined; EXHIBITS ranging
through every branch of science, art, agriculture, industry, ancient and modern; STATUES, the frozen thoughts of noble minds; FOUNTAINS jutting their jeweled jets in diamond strings; PAVILIONS of all
nations; FOREIGN VILLAGES, Streets, Theaters, Cafes Chantant, Race Types, Beauty Shows, Gondolas gliding over deep lagoons between snowy edifices, the Glittering Lake flashing back the glories of the sun,
wooded islands, and a thousand other attractions of the DREAM CITY by Lake Michigan; a glorious book and a glorious subject.
THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY % ]894.
"SHEPP'S WORLD'S FAIR PHOTOGRAPHED."
A Superb Volume of the WORLD'S COH'IIBIVN EXPOSITION, magnificently
illustrated with a grand collection of original cop yrighted photographs, the use of
which is authorized aud permitted by tne Exposition Management, comprising Dedication
Ceremonies. Oct. 22, 1892, in Manufactures aud Liberal Arts Building, Panoramic View of
the Exposition.
HoiiDrai PvtopinP Viawc ot tue Administration Building, Machinery Hall, Agricultural
UDUCIttI HAIOIIUI I1GW& Building, Manufactures and Liberal Arts or Main Building,
Electricity Building. Mines and Mining Building, Transportation Building, Horticultural
Building, Woman's Building. Art Building, Fisheries Building, United States Government
Building.
DflTlAl'amir DhrttA'fl'flnhc or ' tne "Court of Honor," Columbian Fountain, Electric Fount
rttUUlttUHb rUUlU o iapilo aius, Columbus Quadriga. Statue of the Republic, Cl) feet high.
Wooded Island. Lagoons.
flan oral FYtonnr Dhfttntfiianhe of tQ e Forestry Building. Anthropological Building,
UtJlltJldl MICIIUI rllUiU^rdpilb Dairy Building," Leather Building. Peristyle Cafe and
Music Hall, Landing Pier 2.5U0 feet in length. Central Railroad Station. Choral Building.
Children's Building. Battleship "Illinois" or Navnl Exhibit, Stock Paviliou, Convent of La
Rabida, Erupp Gun Building.
Photographs of the State Buildings and Their Exhibits isSSlFiV^idSk
111., lud., lowa. Kan.. Ky.. La., lie.. Md., Mass.. Mich.. Minn., Miss., Mo.. Alont., Neb.. N.
H., N. J.. N. V., S. C. N. Dak.. Ohio. Ore., Pa., R. 1.. S. Dak., Term.. N. Mcx., Ariz., Oklo.,
Tex., Utah, Vt., Va., Wash., W. Va., Wis., Wyo., Ala.. Alaska., Nev., S. C, Del.
TntCFinT" DhfttfldPflnhe nf pYhihlfc include many of the United Stales, also of Argen-
IDieriOr rUOlUgrdpUb Ul EiAlllUllb t ine Republic, Australia. Austria. Belgium, Bo
livia, Brazil, British Guiana, Burmah, Canada, Cape Colony. Cape of Good Hope. Ceylon,
Chili. China, Corea, Costa Ilica, Cuba, Denmark. Ecuador. Egypt, France,. Germany. Great
Britain and Ireland, Greece, Guatemala, Hawaii. Hayti, Hoilaud, Honduras, India, Colom
bia, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Java, Liberia, Mexico, New South Wales, Nicaragua, Norway
and Sweden, Panama, Palestine. Paraguay. Persia l Portugal, Russia, San Domingo, biaru,
Siberia, Spain. Switzerlaud, Turkey, Uruguay, Venezuela, Yucatan.
Viowc r.f thfl FnPOlrfn RnilriinrfC include Austria, Brazil, Canada, Ceylon. Costa Rica,
ilonb Ul UltJ fUlClgll DUllUlllgO France. Germany, Great Britain and Ireland, Guate
mala, Hayti, ludia, Nicaragua, Norway and Sweden. Russia, Siam, Spain, Turkey. Venezuela.
Photographs of the Side Shows in the Midway Plaisance SEE^uiSffi&L
meyan, Turkish. Irish, German, Austrian Villages, Bushman's Cabin, International Cos
tume and Beauty Show. Dutch Settlement Street in Cairo. Solomon's Temple, Blarney Cas
tle, Ferris Wheel, Egyptian Obelisk, Moorish Mosque. Turkish Minaret, Cycloramnsi, Pano
ramas, Menageries, Casinos, Cliff Dwellers, Esquimaux, Arabs, Snake Charmers.Turks,Etc.
SEND THIS COUPON WITH YOUR MONEY.
"SHEPP'S WORLD'S FAIR PHOTOGRAPHED."
daily. Tuesday, jan. 2, 1894.
Name '. . , ......
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Town and State
Ad^ress"World's Fair Department," Daily Globe, St. Paul, Minn
tS7"Writo your name and address plainly on above coupon. .
—THREE GREAT—
"Siiepo's World's Fair Pholographed"
Is a Subscription Book sold at $4.50. The Globe has secured Exclusive Control in
St. Paul for this wonderful work, and, by ordering- a large edition, is able to make
these offers;
OFFER NO. ONE.
Any one sending in one Sunday Coupon and one Daily Coupon, together with
$2.50, will receive the volume. Or, if you do not buy the Sunday Globe, four Daily
Coupons of different dates and $2.50 will secure the work. If sent out of town, the
party receiving it will have from 20 to 30 cents express charges to pay, on its receipt.
OFFER NO. TWO.
For Three Dollars the Book and One Monthly Subscription to the Daily and
Sunday Globe, by mail or carrier, will be given. For this sum the Book will be sent
to mail subscribers, express charges paid, and delivered free in the city.
OFFER NO. THREE.
For THREE DOLLARS the Weekly Globe will be sent One Year, and the
Book, express charges paid. ___________^______ M .
These Offers are the Opportunity of a Lifetime.
WHAT
THE GLOBE
BEINGS TO YOU.
A WONDERFUL BOOK
The making of "Shepp's World's
Fair Photographed" has absorbed the
entire interest and energies of head,
heart and hand of the publishers, and
entails such a financial outlay as guar
antees the very best results that human
eyes can gaze upon. The official heads
of the Exposition Management would
not give the seal of their approval to any
thing but the best, and we think tho
very best none too good for our
patrons. The photographs of the build
ings in this book stand out clear-cut as
cameos against the sky. Every nice de
tail of ornament and design is clearly
visible. Almost every mark of the chisel
reveals itself clear-cut as an intaglio.
Photographs of
the Exhibits.
In "Shepp's World's Fair Photo
graphed," the interior views of build
ings, pavilions and exhibits are distinct,
definite and beautiful, defying competi
tion. Nearly every country on the Globe
paid tribute to the World's Columbian
Exposition. Woman vied with man in
the splendid display made. Anchored
within the walls of the "White City"
was a wealth of artistic and industrial
treasure, the purchase of which would
bankrupt the richest nation on earth.
From snowy Alaska to Cape Horn,
from the isles of the engirdling oceans,
from the nations of Europe and Asia,
and even from Africa and Australia,
glorious treasures were poured in in one
generous avalanche. Whatever human
intel igence could conceive, or human
skill execute, was found in these treasure
palaces of the world.
Huge trains drasvn by palpitating en
gines, snorting in steam over thousands
of miles, bore these inexhaustible riches
to Chicago for many months. We bring
them to you in our wonderful book,
which, now that the World's Fair has
passed away, will remain not only a
souvenir, but a vivid panorama of the
most marvelous display of ancient
or modern times.

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