The magic city of the Pacific: architects, painters and sculptors offer their best to the Panama-Pacific Exposition, pp. 465-480
copyrig.it, 1914, by 17le Panama-Pacific International Exposition Compan y. THE IMMENSE TRIUMPHAL GATEWAY OF THE PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPOSITION, ONE HUN- DRED AND SIXTY FEET IN HEIGHT, STANDS AT THE EAST OF THE "COURT OF THE UNI- VFRSE," THE CENTRAL FEATURE OF THE WHOLE EXPOSITION : BOTH THIS AND TIHE WEST- ERN TRIUMPHAL GATEWAY ARE CROWNED WITH COLOSSAL GROUPS REPRESENTING THE NATIONS OF THE EAST AND THE NATIONS OF THE WEST: DESIGNED BY MC KIM, MEAD AND WHITE: THE MURAL PAINTERS ARE FRANK DU MOND AND EDWARD SIMMONS: FROM ORIGINAL DRAWVING BY JULES (;UERIN.
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