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    4 ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR FANS. 4 different souvenir fans from the St. Louis World's Fair.  The first is a 6 paneled fan that opens to show a 1904 calendar with a lady reading a note - "The Dainty Calendar."  No where on the calendar is the fair mentioned. Another fans that opens is a thin tissue type fan with St. Louis 1904 when opened.  Also, a 11-1/4" fan that states Rates include admission - the only Hotel within the Grounds.  The Inside Inn.  The rev. has another ad for the inn.  This has numerous creases and some tears. Finally, a 13" long fan picturing Festival Hall with Meet me at Municipal Opera.  This is a repeat from the original - made as a souvenir in 1960.  This shows some lt wear.

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    July, 2004
    29th Thursday
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