Iwant to publicly thank Mr. Mike Truax, President of the 1904 World's Fair Society for the incredible
guided tour for my wife and I of Forest Park as well as a surprise stop-off at the Arch. Mike explained where many of the Fair's structures once stood while we gazed on grassy hills, park areas and golf courses. His knowledge and enthusiasm is amazing and captivating. Of course, we never met before, and had only a handful of email correspondences prior to rendezvousing in Forest Park; ie- he didn't have to the take the time, fuel, to do this, but he did. I will never forget this.
I also want to thank Mike for getting me active in the 1904 World's Fair Society, as well as suggestions for my site.
Mike, knowing you is an honor, and even though we live over a thousand miles away, I consider you a
friend, and of course a friend of this site. Thank you!
Thank you Byron for sending me scanned original images of his `Aunt' Christine who attended the 1904 World's Fair with three others. She seems to have a grand time. This site can only be as good as the few fine people who help and make it worth my while to continue building At the Fair. Byron, I salute you sir!
Mark Metcalf is a very cool musician, hockey player and human being; he also has a passion for the 1904 World's Fair. Thanks for sending me the digital pictures of the sterocards and the Historical Society book. You are a class person and it's been a smash communicating back and forth through the past year. Cheers Mark!
Thank you Roy. It's neat that someone who I don't know, out of the blue sent me published digitals of Roy Knabenshue flying Thomas Baldwin's non-rigid dirigible. Thanks Roy!
Karl M. Kindt III
Thank you for sending me that huge panoramic photo of the Fair, that I helped on. How you lined up those photos was nothing short of magical. Your skills in Photoshop are amazing Sir. Cheers!