DescriptionWorld's Columbian Exposition: Group Lot of Tickets, Fliers and Advertisements. Amazing collection of post-fair tickets and advertisements for stereo view and glass lantern slide shows celebrating the just-concluded fair. Look closely at this group as many of the very rare items have never been seen on the market previously.
-9" x 12" flyer for October 9, 1893, Admission 25 cents for a lecture with 80 view of the fair and lecture by Rev. A.J. Fristoe on Halifax Street, city unknown.
-Souvenir ticket for the lecture, The World's Fair, by Elihu B. Taft of Burlington VT on February 23, 1894. Comes with a very nice card showing the Vermont Building at the Fair.
-Admit One, A Familiar Talk, By G. Ward Cook, at Mt. Washington Universalist Church, admission 15 cents, reserved seats 10 cents extra. Tuesday March 13, 1894.
-FOUR tickets total to Cook's presentation, all different: White admit One, mint, no. 134; Rust, admit One, mint, Reerved seat C50; Darker (may be just unfaded) reserved seat D85; Green Reserved Seat 3
-A Trip to the World's Fair, Illustrated with Stereoptican Views and an explanation by Pastor J. Madison Hare at the First Baptist Church of Burlington, NJ. Thursday, October 17, 1893, yellow.
-Pastor Hare's talk, a larger ticket, Admit two, September 14, 1893.
From the collection of Norm Bolotin.
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