Item No: c080010
Title: Something for the Children
Additional Title: Something For The Children
31 p.  l. of plates (map): ill.; 28 cm.
Call number on spine: A606 P53117
Holographic letter (1 folded leaf written on 2 sides) signed "Chas. L. Hamilton" dated December 3, 1919 tipped in book at page  details the printing of this publication.
Illustrations: Western end of Main Hall-View of Spanish Division in Main Hall-Norwegian Division in Main Hall-Benney's map of the Centennial grounds at Fairmount-Eastern end of Machinery Hall-Great steam-engine-Southern front of Japanese house-North front of Agricultural Hall-Great marble fountain-Art Gallery, or Memorial Hall-Horticultural Hall-Campbell's Printing Press Building-144x88 feet-Comparative sizes of buildings referred to on page 10.
Page  incribed "16 S. 6th St Phila." and signed, "Chas L. Hamilton."
Philadelphia: printed in the Exhibition Building of the Campbell Press and sold in the grounds, by permission of the Commissioners, to give children and young people some idea of the Centennial Exhibition of 1876.
Something for the children, or, Uncle John's story of his first visit to the Centennial.
Sirsi Catalog Key:
Hamilton, Charles L.