World's Columbian Exposition: Liberal Arts Building, Chicago, United States, 1893
IMAGE "World's Columbian Exposition: Liberal Arts Building, Chicago, United States, 1893", 1893. Lantern slide 3.25x4in, 3.25 x 4 in. Brooklyn Museum, Goodyear. (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, S03i2224l01_SL1.jpg
NOTES Statuary, Cowboy on horse, west door, Liberal Arts Building, Sept. 1893; Starks W. Lewis, Amateur, Brooklyn, N.Y. Lantern slide number: 68
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