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Cover of Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Seattle, Wash. 1909

Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Seattle, Wash. 1909

Cover of Album vedute

Album vedute

Cover of Allmalnna konst- och industriutstalllningen i Stockholm 1897

Allmänna konst- och industriutställningen i Stockholm 1897

Cover of Classification and rules, Department of Electricity

Classification and rules, Department of Electricity

Cover of New York Crystal Palace

New York Crystal Palace

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Exhibition building. Cologne, Germany, 1928. Leipzig tower at Pressa exhibition.

Exhibition building. Cologne, Germany, 1928. Newsstand at Pressa exhibition.

Exhibition building. Cologne, Germany, 1928. Pressa exhibition.

Exhibition building. Cologne, Germany, 1928. W. Vobach & Co. pavilion at Pressa exhibition.

Exhibition building. Cologne, Germany,1928. Hamburg pavilion at Pressa exhibition.

Exhibition building. France, 1931. Colonial Exposition. Palais des Colonies.

Exhibition building. France,1931. Colonial Exposition building entrance.

Exhibition building. Krakow, Poland, 1929. Administration building and Heavy Industry building. .

Exhibition building. Krakow, Poland, 1929.

Exhibition building. Krakow, Poland, 1929. Kasprowicz Avenue.

Exhibition building. Krakow, Poland, 1929. The Honor Court.

Exhibition building. Krakow, Poland, 1929. "Poland Abroad" pavilion.

Exhibition building. Krakow, Poland, 1929. Entrance to Pavilion of Industrial metalwork. Szklanyck glass factories pavilion.

Exhibition building. Krakow, Poland, 1929. Fine Arts Pavilion and Honor Court.

Exhibition building. Krakow, Poland, 1929. Government pavilion.

Exhibition building. Krakow, Poland, 1929. Government pavilion.

Exhibition building. Krakow, Poland, 1929. Night view of Wilson Park.

Exhibition building. Krakow, Poland, 1929. Reception Hall.

Exhibition building. Krakow, Poland, 1929. Szklanyck (glass factories) pavilion.

Exhibition building. Krakow, Poland, 1929. View of the "B" and "C" grounds.

Exhibition building. Krakow, Poland, 1929. View of the "A" grounds.

Exhibition building. Paris, 1925. Ceramic House of Sévres.

Exhibition building. Paris, n.d. Globe showing the four continents of the world. Exposition de Blanc du Bon Marché.

Exhibition building. Paris,1925. Pavilion for S.I.P. Robert Mallet-Stevens, architect.

Exhibition building. Stockholm. Stockholmsutstäliningen (Stockholm Exhibition, 1930). Display of plants.