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American participation in the Great Exhibition of 1851.

Robert F. Dalzell

American participation in the Great Exhibition of 1851.

by Robert F. Dalzell

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Published by Amherst College Press in Amherst, Mass .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Bibliographical footnotes.

SeriesAmherst College honors thesis, no. 1
Classifications
LC ClassificationsT690.G1 U45
The Physical Object
Pagination64 p.
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5791990M
LC Control Number60002628
OCLC/WorldCa2410763

The 15th of October marked the closure of The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations, held in the Crystal Palace in London’s Hyde Park. It had been enormously successful, having had more than six million visitors during its nearly six months’ run. The Great Exhibition of All Industries had been such a success for Great Britain with London that various nations around the world began contemplating hosting one of their own. In New York City, a private company that had attended the London fair began to organize, raising capital stock of $, and leasing acreage in Reservoir Square.

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Book Description: An invaluable compendium of sources relating to the Great ExhibitionThe Great Exhibition, A Sourcebook is the first anthology of its kind. It presents a comprehensive array of carefully selected primary documents, sourced from the period before, during and after the Exhibition in Hyde Park in It argues persuasively, that the Great Exhibition was given a multiplicity of meanings; both by its organisers, as a way of achieving support for the event, as well as by its audience. The Great Exhibition's success - it becomes clear - owed in part to the great conversation that it caused. In this respect, Auerbach's book is helpful.


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American Participation in the Great Exhibition of (Amherst, MA: Amherst College Press, c), by Robert F. Dalzell (page images at HathiTrust) An account of the proceedings at the dinner given by Mr. George Peabody to the Americans connected with the Great exhibition, at the London coffee house, Ludgate Hill, on the 27th October, The great exhibition of American department.

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; American participation in the Great Exhibition of ; High Victorian design: a study of the exhibits of ; The great exhibition: / by Yvonne Ffrench; The Great Exhibition waltz of. The Great Exhibition of presents new interpretations of one of the most significant exhibitions in the nineteenth century and will be essential reading for anyone studying cultural history, design history, art history and literature.

Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Reviews: 1. The Great Exhibition of was held in London inside an enormous structure of iron and glass known as the Crystal Palace.

In five months, from May to Octobersix million visitors thronged the gigantic trade show, marveling over the latest technology as well as displays of artifacts from around the world. Crystal Palace, giant glass-and-iron exhibition hall in Hyde Park, London, that housed the Great Exhibition of The structure was taken down and rebuilt (–54) at Sydenham Hill (now in the borough of Bromley), at which site it survived until 'The Great Exhibition of ', held in London’s spectacular Crystal Palace, was the first world’s fair and the first industrial exhibition.

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Appears in 10 books from Page 6 - It affords much gratification that, notwithstanding the magnitude of this undertaking, and the great distances from which many of the articles now exhibited have had to be collected, the day on which Your Majesty has been graciously pleased to be present at the inauguration of the Exhibition is the Reviews: 2.

The best-known 'first World Expo' was held in The Crystal Palace in Hyde Park, London, United Kingdom, inunder the title "Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations".

The Great Exhibition, as it is often called, was an idea of Prince Albert, Queen Victoria 's husband, and is. On the face of it, the aims of the Great Exhibition of were clear enough. ‘Great Britain offers a hospitable invitation to all the nations of the world, to collect and display the choicest fruits of their industry in her Capital’, wrote Henry Cole in the first paragraph of the official fleshed out this invitation by quoting at length Prince Albert's famous rhetorical.

AN ORIGINAL ANTIQUE PRINT This single print came from a large antique auction lot which included copper plate engravings, lithographs, aquatints, mezzotints, etchings, etc. from various publications/disbound books Some of which are stuck onto board, card or paper.

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A dictionary of arts, manufactures and mines.The Great Exhibition was a huge success and was visited by six million visitors, setting a precedent for many international exhibitions that followed over the next years.

Profits from the Exhibition were used to buy land in the South Kensington area of London, close to the site of the Crystal Palace.