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The world's work.
Reference No. 1340; 1901-Buffalo, New York, U.S.A.; Pan-American Exposition; Special Pan-American number. 2 (August 1901): 1015-1124,  p.: ill., advertisements; A special issue devoted to descriptions and illustrations of the exposition.
Reel: 146, No. 14
The world's work.
New York: Doubleday, Page and Company; London: William Heinemann. 1904
Reference No. 1521; 1904-St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A.; Louisiana Purchase Centennial International Exposition; Special double exposition number; Vol. 8, no. 4 (August 1904): 5053-5210,  p.: ill., maps, advertisements; A special issue of The world's work devoted to descriptions and illustrations of the exposition.
Reel: 163, No. 1
The Worthington high duty pumping engine.
New York: Henry R. Worthington. 1889
Reference No. 789; 1889-Paris, France; Exposition universelle de 1889; 76 p.,  plate: ill., plan; Description, in English and French, and drawings of the Worthington engine used to supply water from the Seine for manufacturing purposes at the exposition. The Henry R. Worthington Co. had previously provided an engine at the Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition, which furnished the water supply for the entire exhibition.
Reel: 94, No. 8
The year-book of facts in the Great Exhibition of 1851.
London: David Bogue. 1851
Reference No. 66; 1851-London, England; Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; iv, 348 p.: tables, index; A yearbook for 1851 by John Timbs describing the origins and step-by-step preparations for the Great Exhibition. Also included are descriptions of the exhibition buildings and of the objects displayed, official lists of awards and prizes, tables showing the number of visitors to the exhibition, a financial statement, and an index of subjects.
Reel: 12, No. 3
The youth's companion.
Boston: Youth's Companion. 1893
Reference No. 1143; 1893-Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.; World's Columbian Exposition; World's fair extra number.; 1 folio v. (36 p.): ill., maps; A special edition of The youth's companion for Thursday, 4 May 1893, with information and illustrations of the exposition.
Reel: 124, No. 15