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WORLD'S FAIR LINKS:
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Mike Truax- President of the 1904 World's Fair Society created a grand WF web site that showcases many aspects of the 1904 World's Fair, which include: facts and trivia, an extensive look at the Pike, Fair videos reviews, and fascinating pages on memorabilia, a Fair calendar, books and links and much more information.
Jim Crawford, is an Internet Marketing Consultant, who works in design, marketing and promotion. His vast knowledge includes many areas of expertise including the 1904 World's Fair. His site contains info. on the Fair, as well as collectibles, Internet tips and tricks, articles, promotion and design. A plethora of diverse material.
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Author Pam Vaccaro brings 25-years of experience as a former history teacher to her new book- Beyond the Ice Cream Cone, which showcases the history of food at the 1904 World’s Fair. As entertaining as it is informative, Pam weaves an authentic story about food and the people, who grew, sold, cooked, displayed, served, demonstrated and enjoyed it at the Fair. She is a charter member of the 1904 World’s Fair Society. I found this a fascinating read!
Terry's 1904 World's Fair Page hasn't been updated since 1998, but it still should be checked out to learn about many aspects of the Fair. This is the site that started my electronic interest of the Exposition. Unfortunately, this site has not been updated in 10 years, and does have many broken pages and email links.
St. Louis' Missouri History Museum in Forest Park.
WORLD'S FAIR- RELATED LINKS:
A few links were deleted as they never reciprocated the link swap or never replied.
The 1904 World's Fair Society is dedicated to "preserving the memory and memorabilia of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. For more information about the 1904 Fair from an organization dedicated to its "preservation," please look into this Society. Their membership has grown. Members receive the monthly mailing of the newsletter, "The World's Fair Bulletin." WFS monthly meetings feature programs covering a wide range of Fair-related topics, such as lectures, stories and exhibits on music, food, fashions, memorabilia displays, and even 3-D slide shows.
The 1904 World's Fair on social media. Post an image, ask a question. This small group sports more than 125 members and many are experts. Anyone can join!