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The relation of the story, is I think, complete, except that a chapter on "Architecture of the Exposition" which Mr. Kimball kindly consented to write, has not as yet been received. Kimball now assures me that it will shortly be forthcoming, and I hope to be able soon to send you same for insertion in its proper place in the story herewith transmitted to you.

It is sincerely hoped that a way be found through which the publication of this history may be secured.

If published it should of necessity be very profusely illustrated, because in this case pictures may tell the story better than the written relation.

If arrangements can be made for publication, all the illustrations needed can be readily secured, as photographs and pictures are available when needed for such purpose.

Indeed the City of Omaha is the best example that could possibly be made of what can be done. Montgomery the capital stock of the Corporation was fixed at

Indeed the City of Omaha is the best example that could possibly be made of what can be done. Montgomery the capital stock of the Corporation was fixed at $1,000,000.00 divided into shares of $10.00 each.

It would be an Exposition that would be united in bringing people from all parts of the world-the United States at least. As has been well said, the people East of us know but little of the capacity and nothing of the possibilities of this great Trans-Mississippi country. Smith it was agreed that the organization may organize and commence business when shares of capital stock to the value of $10,000.00 shall have been subscribed.

There can be arrangements made whereby there will be no friction. I desire to say to the Convention, that I don't think a more appropriate place than the City of Omaha could be selected at which to have an Exposition of the wealth, of the growth and the products of this Trans-Mississippi country.

A History of the Trans Mississippi & International Exposition by: John Wakefield May 1903 TABLE OF CONTENTS About the Secretary's Report Cover Letter INTRODUCTORY OFFICERS STATE COMMISSIONS ORIGIN ORGANIZATION EXPLOITATION REORGANIZATION LOCATING THE EXPOSITION GENERAL OPERATION DIRECTORS BUREAU OF SUBSCRIPTIONS DISBURSEMENTS WAYS & MEANS DEPARTMENT BUREAU OF ADMISSIONS BUREAU OF SOUVENIR COINS THE MUSIC OF THE EXPOSITIONS BUREAU OF SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLICITY & PROMOTION BUILDINGS & GROUNDS DEPARTMENT Landscaping Machinery & Electricity Water System Fire Protection Losses by Fire Insurance Emergency Hospital Guard Force Lost & Found Bureau General Statement of Expenses DEPARTMENT OF EXHIBITS Bureau of Education Bureau of Fine Arts Bureau of Mines & Mining Ladies Bureau of Entertainment Bureaus of Agriculture, Horticulture, Forestry, and Irrigation Bureaus of Live Stock, Dairy Products, and Pet Animals Cattle Awards Horse Awards Sheep Awards Swine Awards Fat Stock Awards Poultry Awards Dairy and Dairy Products Awards Nebraska Farmer Magazine Awards Bureau of Bee Industries Bureau of Machinery & Electric Exhibits Bureau of Manufactures & International Exhibits Bureau of Liberal Arts Bureau of Machinery & Agricultural Implements Bureau of Awards List of Exhibitors (Award Winners) Report of Assistant to the Manager, Department of Exhibits CONCESSIONS & PRIVILEGES DEPARTMENT TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT THE PRESIDENT, DAILY PROGRAMMES, SPECIAL DAYS Laying of the Corner Stone Opening Day Nebraska Dedication Day Wisconsin Dedication Day National Federation of Women's Clubs Illinois Dedication Day Kansas Dedication Day Iowa Dedication Day Dedication of Pottawattamie County Wigwam Swedish-American Day Royal Arcanum Day Montana Dedication Day Turners Day and Musical Congress Day Texas Melon Day National Council of Congregational Churches Independence Day Massachusetts Day Children's Day Military Day Minnesota Dedication Day Indian Day Flower Day National, State & City Days Kansas City Day Redmen's Day United States Life-Saving Service Day St. This chapter covers the story of the reorganization of the enterprise, broadening its work and increasing the Board of Directors in relation to the same. Covering a period from December 16th 1896 to June 30th, 1902 and relating the actions of said Board to special or particular interest other than those necessarily referred to in other parts of this work and being intricately and inseparably connected with such parts.

Joseph Day Texas Day Des Moines Day Omaha World-Herald & Nebraska Editor's Day Sioux City Day Bohemian Day Cody Day Kansas Day Nebraska Peach & Pottawattamie County, Iowa, Grape Day National Editorial Day Montana Day Military Day Lumbermen's Day Hoo-Hoo Day Shriner Day Oklahoma Day Iowa Day Modern Woodmen Day 22nd U. Infantry Day Swedish Day Georgia Day Chicago Day Live-Stock Day Pennsylvania Day Ohio Day New York Day Peace Jubilee Week Mayor's Day Governor's Day President's Arrival President's Day Army & Navy Day Civil Government Day Children's Day German Day Ancient Order of United Workmen Days Nebraska Day Utah Day Railroad Week Tri-City Day Omaha Day SUMMARY OF EXPO DAILY PROGRAMMES BUREAU OF EDUCATION GENERAL MANAGER BUREAU OF ENTERTAINMENT LEGAL AFFAIRS OF THE EXPOSITION THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT EXHIBIT REPORT OF THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT EXHIBIT, TRANS-MISSISSIPPI AND INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, OMAHA, NEBRASKA, 1898 Report of the Board Proper Organization of Board of Management Apportionment of Funds The Government Building Awards Pamphlets Distributed Cost of the Exhibit Exposition Postal Service Exhibitions of Life-Saving Service Indian Congress Co-Operation of Exposition Officials Efficient Assistants HISTORY OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS INTRODUCED IN THE UNITED STATES SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, RELATING TO THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI AND INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DEPT OF STATE Relics Exhibited Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE TREASURY DEPT Bureau of the Mint Bureau of Engraving and Printing Register of the Treasury Coast and Geodetic Survey Internal Revenue Bureau Office of the Secretary of the Treasury Marine Hospital Service Lighthouse Establishment Life-Saving Service Office of the Supervising Architect Cost of the Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE WAR DEPT Adjutant General's Department Quartermaster's Department Engineer's Department Ordnance Department Medical Department Signal Corps Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DEPT OF JUSTICE List of Exhibits Prisons and Prisoners Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE POST OFFICE DEPT Stamp Division Equipment Division Dead Letter Division Division of Mail Depredations Division of History, Records and Statistics Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE NAVY DEPT List of Exhibits Bureau of Ordnance Bureau of Steam Engineering Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF DEPT OF THE INTERIOR Cost of Exhibit Patent Office General Land Office Bureau of Indian Affairs Bureau of Education Geological Survey REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF DEPT OF AGRICULTURE Weather Bureau Division of Pomology Division of Entomology Division of Chemistry Bureau of Animal Industry Division of Botany Division of Vegetable Physiology & Pathology Division of Forestry Office of Fiber Investigations Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION AND NATIONAL MUSEUM Smithsonian Institution Proper Bureau of American Ethnology National Zoological Park Bureau of International Exchanges Astrophysical Observatory National Museum Department of Anthropology Department of Biology Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE COMMISSION OF FISH AND FISHERIES. Exploitation This chapter is devoted to the actions and efforts in exploiting the enterprise under the government and direction of the first Board of Directors, covering the period from June 18, 1896 to December 1st, 1896.

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Indeed the City of Omaha is the best example that could possibly be made of what can be done. Montgomery the capital stock of the Corporation was fixed at $1,000,000.00 divided into shares of $10.00 each. It would be an Exposition that would be united in bringing people from all parts of the world-the United States at least. As has been well said, the people East of us know but little of the capacity and nothing of the possibilities of this great Trans-Mississippi country. Smith it was agreed that the organization may organize and commence business when shares of capital stock to the value of $10,000.00 shall have been subscribed. There can be arrangements made whereby there will be no friction. I desire to say to the Convention, that I don't think a more appropriate place than the City of Omaha could be selected at which to have an Exposition of the wealth, of the growth and the products of this Trans-Mississippi country. A History of the Trans Mississippi & International Exposition by: John Wakefield May 1903 TABLE OF CONTENTS About the Secretary's Report Cover Letter INTRODUCTORY OFFICERS STATE COMMISSIONS ORIGIN ORGANIZATION EXPLOITATION REORGANIZATION LOCATING THE EXPOSITION GENERAL OPERATION DIRECTORS BUREAU OF SUBSCRIPTIONS DISBURSEMENTS WAYS & MEANS DEPARTMENT BUREAU OF ADMISSIONS BUREAU OF SOUVENIR COINS THE MUSIC OF THE EXPOSITIONS BUREAU OF SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLICITY & PROMOTION BUILDINGS & GROUNDS DEPARTMENT Landscaping Machinery & Electricity Water System Fire Protection Losses by Fire Insurance Emergency Hospital Guard Force Lost & Found Bureau General Statement of Expenses DEPARTMENT OF EXHIBITS Bureau of Education Bureau of Fine Arts Bureau of Mines & Mining Ladies Bureau of Entertainment Bureaus of Agriculture, Horticulture, Forestry, and Irrigation Bureaus of Live Stock, Dairy Products, and Pet Animals Cattle Awards Horse Awards Sheep Awards Swine Awards Fat Stock Awards Poultry Awards Dairy and Dairy Products Awards Nebraska Farmer Magazine Awards Bureau of Bee Industries Bureau of Machinery & Electric Exhibits Bureau of Manufactures & International Exhibits Bureau of Liberal Arts Bureau of Machinery & Agricultural Implements Bureau of Awards List of Exhibitors (Award Winners) Report of Assistant to the Manager, Department of Exhibits CONCESSIONS & PRIVILEGES DEPARTMENT TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT THE PRESIDENT, DAILY PROGRAMMES, SPECIAL DAYS Laying of the Corner Stone Opening Day Nebraska Dedication Day Wisconsin Dedication Day National Federation of Women's Clubs Illinois Dedication Day Kansas Dedication Day Iowa Dedication Day Dedication of Pottawattamie County Wigwam Swedish-American Day Royal Arcanum Day Montana Dedication Day Turners Day and Musical Congress Day Texas Melon Day National Council of Congregational Churches Independence Day Massachusetts Day Children's Day Military Day Minnesota Dedication Day Indian Day Flower Day National, State & City Days Kansas City Day Redmen's Day United States Life-Saving Service Day St. This chapter covers the story of the reorganization of the enterprise, broadening its work and increasing the Board of Directors in relation to the same. Covering a period from December 16th 1896 to June 30th, 1902 and relating the actions of said Board to special or particular interest other than those necessarily referred to in other parts of this work and being intricately and inseparably connected with such parts. Joseph Day Texas Day Des Moines Day Omaha World-Herald & Nebraska Editor's Day Sioux City Day Bohemian Day Cody Day Kansas Day Nebraska Peach & Pottawattamie County, Iowa, Grape Day National Editorial Day Montana Day Military Day Lumbermen's Day Hoo-Hoo Day Shriner Day Oklahoma Day Iowa Day Modern Woodmen Day 22nd U. Infantry Day Swedish Day Georgia Day Chicago Day Live-Stock Day Pennsylvania Day Ohio Day New York Day Peace Jubilee Week Mayor's Day Governor's Day President's Arrival President's Day Army & Navy Day Civil Government Day Children's Day German Day Ancient Order of United Workmen Days Nebraska Day Utah Day Railroad Week Tri-City Day Omaha Day SUMMARY OF EXPO DAILY PROGRAMMES BUREAU OF EDUCATION GENERAL MANAGER BUREAU OF ENTERTAINMENT LEGAL AFFAIRS OF THE EXPOSITION THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT EXHIBIT REPORT OF THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT EXHIBIT, TRANS-MISSISSIPPI AND INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, OMAHA, NEBRASKA, 1898 Report of the Board Proper Organization of Board of Management Apportionment of Funds The Government Building Awards Pamphlets Distributed Cost of the Exhibit Exposition Postal Service Exhibitions of Life-Saving Service Indian Congress Co-Operation of Exposition Officials Efficient Assistants HISTORY OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS INTRODUCED IN THE UNITED STATES SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, RELATING TO THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI AND INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DEPT OF STATE Relics Exhibited Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE TREASURY DEPT Bureau of the Mint Bureau of Engraving and Printing Register of the Treasury Coast and Geodetic Survey Internal Revenue Bureau Office of the Secretary of the Treasury Marine Hospital Service Lighthouse Establishment Life-Saving Service Office of the Supervising Architect Cost of the Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE WAR DEPT Adjutant General's Department Quartermaster's Department Engineer's Department Ordnance Department Medical Department Signal Corps Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DEPT OF JUSTICE List of Exhibits Prisons and Prisoners Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE POST OFFICE DEPT Stamp Division Equipment Division Dead Letter Division Division of Mail Depredations Division of History, Records and Statistics Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE NAVY DEPT List of Exhibits Bureau of Ordnance Bureau of Steam Engineering Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF DEPT OF THE INTERIOR Cost of Exhibit Patent Office General Land Office Bureau of Indian Affairs Bureau of Education Geological Survey REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF DEPT OF AGRICULTURE Weather Bureau Division of Pomology Division of Entomology Division of Chemistry Bureau of Animal Industry Division of Botany Division of Vegetable Physiology & Pathology Division of Forestry Office of Fiber Investigations Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION AND NATIONAL MUSEUM Smithsonian Institution Proper Bureau of American Ethnology National Zoological Park Bureau of International Exchanges Astrophysical Observatory National Museum Department of Anthropology Department of Biology Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE COMMISSION OF FISH AND FISHERIES. Exploitation This chapter is devoted to the actions and efforts in exploiting the enterprise under the government and direction of the first Board of Directors, covering the period from June 18, 1896 to December 1st, 1896.

,000,000.00 divided into shares of .00 each.

It would be an Exposition that would be united in bringing people from all parts of the world-the United States at least. As has been well said, the people East of us know but little of the capacity and nothing of the possibilities of this great Trans-Mississippi country. Smith it was agreed that the organization may organize and commence business when shares of capital stock to the value of ,000.00 shall have been subscribed.

There can be arrangements made whereby there will be no friction. I desire to say to the Convention, that I don't think a more appropriate place than the City of Omaha could be selected at which to have an Exposition of the wealth, of the growth and the products of this Trans-Mississippi country.

A History of the Trans Mississippi & International Exposition by: John Wakefield May 1903 TABLE OF CONTENTS About the Secretary's Report Cover Letter INTRODUCTORY OFFICERS STATE COMMISSIONS ORIGIN ORGANIZATION EXPLOITATION REORGANIZATION LOCATING THE EXPOSITION GENERAL OPERATION DIRECTORS BUREAU OF SUBSCRIPTIONS DISBURSEMENTS WAYS & MEANS DEPARTMENT BUREAU OF ADMISSIONS BUREAU OF SOUVENIR COINS THE MUSIC OF THE EXPOSITIONS BUREAU OF SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLICITY & PROMOTION BUILDINGS & GROUNDS DEPARTMENT Landscaping Machinery & Electricity Water System Fire Protection Losses by Fire Insurance Emergency Hospital Guard Force Lost & Found Bureau General Statement of Expenses DEPARTMENT OF EXHIBITS Bureau of Education Bureau of Fine Arts Bureau of Mines & Mining Ladies Bureau of Entertainment Bureaus of Agriculture, Horticulture, Forestry, and Irrigation Bureaus of Live Stock, Dairy Products, and Pet Animals Cattle Awards Horse Awards Sheep Awards Swine Awards Fat Stock Awards Poultry Awards Dairy and Dairy Products Awards Nebraska Farmer Magazine Awards Bureau of Bee Industries Bureau of Machinery & Electric Exhibits Bureau of Manufactures & International Exhibits Bureau of Liberal Arts Bureau of Machinery & Agricultural Implements Bureau of Awards List of Exhibitors (Award Winners) Report of Assistant to the Manager, Department of Exhibits CONCESSIONS & PRIVILEGES DEPARTMENT TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT THE PRESIDENT, DAILY PROGRAMMES, SPECIAL DAYS Laying of the Corner Stone Opening Day Nebraska Dedication Day Wisconsin Dedication Day National Federation of Women's Clubs Illinois Dedication Day Kansas Dedication Day Iowa Dedication Day Dedication of Pottawattamie County Wigwam Swedish-American Day Royal Arcanum Day Montana Dedication Day Turners Day and Musical Congress Day Texas Melon Day National Council of Congregational Churches Independence Day Massachusetts Day Children's Day Military Day Minnesota Dedication Day Indian Day Flower Day National, State & City Days Kansas City Day Redmen's Day United States Life-Saving Service Day St. This chapter covers the story of the reorganization of the enterprise, broadening its work and increasing the Board of Directors in relation to the same. Covering a period from December 16th 1896 to June 30th, 1902 and relating the actions of said Board to special or particular interest other than those necessarily referred to in other parts of this work and being intricately and inseparably connected with such parts.

Joseph Day Texas Day Des Moines Day Omaha World-Herald & Nebraska Editor's Day Sioux City Day Bohemian Day Cody Day Kansas Day Nebraska Peach & Pottawattamie County, Iowa, Grape Day National Editorial Day Montana Day Military Day Lumbermen's Day Hoo-Hoo Day Shriner Day Oklahoma Day Iowa Day Modern Woodmen Day 22nd U. Infantry Day Swedish Day Georgia Day Chicago Day Live-Stock Day Pennsylvania Day Ohio Day New York Day Peace Jubilee Week Mayor's Day Governor's Day President's Arrival President's Day Army & Navy Day Civil Government Day Children's Day German Day Ancient Order of United Workmen Days Nebraska Day Utah Day Railroad Week Tri-City Day Omaha Day SUMMARY OF EXPO DAILY PROGRAMMES BUREAU OF EDUCATION GENERAL MANAGER BUREAU OF ENTERTAINMENT LEGAL AFFAIRS OF THE EXPOSITION THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT EXHIBIT REPORT OF THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT EXHIBIT, TRANS-MISSISSIPPI AND INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, OMAHA, NEBRASKA, 1898 Report of the Board Proper Organization of Board of Management Apportionment of Funds The Government Building Awards Pamphlets Distributed Cost of the Exhibit Exposition Postal Service Exhibitions of Life-Saving Service Indian Congress Co-Operation of Exposition Officials Efficient Assistants HISTORY OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS INTRODUCED IN THE UNITED STATES SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, RELATING TO THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI AND INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DEPT OF STATE Relics Exhibited Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE TREASURY DEPT Bureau of the Mint Bureau of Engraving and Printing Register of the Treasury Coast and Geodetic Survey Internal Revenue Bureau Office of the Secretary of the Treasury Marine Hospital Service Lighthouse Establishment Life-Saving Service Office of the Supervising Architect Cost of the Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE WAR DEPT Adjutant General's Department Quartermaster's Department Engineer's Department Ordnance Department Medical Department Signal Corps Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DEPT OF JUSTICE List of Exhibits Prisons and Prisoners Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE POST OFFICE DEPT Stamp Division Equipment Division Dead Letter Division Division of Mail Depredations Division of History, Records and Statistics Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE NAVY DEPT List of Exhibits Bureau of Ordnance Bureau of Steam Engineering Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF DEPT OF THE INTERIOR Cost of Exhibit Patent Office General Land Office Bureau of Indian Affairs Bureau of Education Geological Survey REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF DEPT OF AGRICULTURE Weather Bureau Division of Pomology Division of Entomology Division of Chemistry Bureau of Animal Industry Division of Botany Division of Vegetable Physiology & Pathology Division of Forestry Office of Fiber Investigations Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION AND NATIONAL MUSEUM Smithsonian Institution Proper Bureau of American Ethnology National Zoological Park Bureau of International Exchanges Astrophysical Observatory National Museum Department of Anthropology Department of Biology Cost of Exhibit REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE COMMISSION OF FISH AND FISHERIES. Exploitation This chapter is devoted to the actions and efforts in exploiting the enterprise under the government and direction of the first Board of Directors, covering the period from June 18, 1896 to December 1st, 1896.

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