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    4 DIFFERENT SCENE TEXTILES FROM THE 1904 ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR. 4 different cloth textiles with various scenes from the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.  1) Appx. 20" square blk/wh picturing The Cascades on a beautiful white patteren background.  This is in mint cond.  2)  Deep shades of red textile appx. 20" square with "Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis Mo. - Palace of Electricity."  There has a floral border design.  Mint condition.  3) 2 different 17" square blue/white textiles - one with the Festival Hall & Cascades in the center surrounded with the Palace of Mines/Metallurgy, Palace of Education, Palace of Varied Industries & Lagoon and Bridge.  Mint cond.  The other blue/wh textile pictures the Cascade in  the center with the Manufacturers Bldg., Electricity Bldg, Louisiana Purchase Monument, Varied Industries and Liberal Arts Bldg.  This likewise is in mint cond.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2004
    9th-29th Friday-Thursday
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