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The City of Domes

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Author: John D. Barry
Language: English
Wordcount: 45,826 / 144 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 56.7
LoC Category: G
Downloads: 485
mnybks.net#: 925
Genres: Travel, Non-fiction

San Francisco Exposition of 1913.

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in Court of the Ages Fountain of the Earth "The Stone Age" "Fruit Pickers" Entrance to Court of the Ages, at Night "The Triumph of Rome" "The Thirteenth Labor of Hercules"


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In the main, this volume consists of articles originally published in the San Francisco BULLETIN. It includes material gathered from many visits to the Exposition grounds and from many talks with men concerned in the organization and the building and ornamentation. The brief history that forms the Introduction gives an account of the development. For me, as, I presume, for most people, the thing done, no matter how interesting it may he, is never so interesting as the doing of the thing, the play of the forces behind. Even in the talk with the architect, where the finished Exposition itself is discussed, I have tried to keep in mind those forces, and wherever I could to indicate their play.

The dialogue form I have used for several reasons: it is easy to follow; it gives scope for more than one kind of opinion; an

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