Many sections of the Fair were destroyed, deposed, while other parts and sections were sold, ripped apart and moved, or used to build new facilities. Here is a small example of buildings that were reportedly constructed using 1904 world's fair materials. These images and information are considered heresy and not necessarily facts.
The Barn At Lucerne, in Baldwin, Missouri.
First known as the Blue Grass Stock Farm, the property was owned by Henry Bopp, who built two brick barns on it in 1906, reportedly using bricks salvaged from the 1904 World’s Fair.
In 1968, a fire of undetermined cause damaged the barn extensively. It was renovated inside and out and reopened in 1974, hosting retail and entertainment destinations.