Picturing the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition by Nicolette Bromberg and John Stamets
Picturing the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition; The Photographs of Frank H. Nowell by Nicolette Bromberg and John Stamets
"For those who experienced it, the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition was a time of wonder in a "citadel set in stars" -- a grand world's fair that transformed the summer of 1909 in Seattle into a whirl of excitement and pleasure. On what would become the University of Washington campus, for a brief moment a huge city emerged. At noon on June 1, amidst the blasting of horns and whistles, confetti filled the air and the gates were opened to a pent-up crowd of about 80,000 fairgoers. At the end of the evening on October 16, the fair was over and the magical city became a memory for its 3.7 million visitors."
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