For its 1893 World’s Fair, Chicago constructed a Beaux-Arts “White City” with shimmering basins and waterways that visitors could travel by gondola or electric launch. This contemporary view by the W. F. McLaughlin Co. looks northeast over the Grand Basin from Administration Building, with the M’Monnies’ Fountain in the foreground and the statue of the Republic in the distance. Commemorating the 400th anniversary of Columbus’s arrival in the New World, the Exposition attracted 751,026 visitors, setting a new world record for attendance at an outdoor event.
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W. F. McLaughlin Co. : “The Court of Honor – Chicago World’s Fair” (c. 1893)
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