japonisme: An Index to the Panama Pacific International Exposition

27 September 2009

An Index to the Panama Pacific International Exposition

California's Magazine.
Pan-Pacific Expo edition

University of Colorado Digital Sheet Music Collection

PPIE Clickable Map!

San Francisco Memories: The PPIE

PPIE 'Official Program' Guidebook

The Virtual Museum of the City of San Francisco: PPIE


The Herbst Theatre Brangwyn Murals

Panama-Pacific from CALISPHERE

The Evanescent City

Artists from the Fair

San Francisco Bay Area Postcard Club: PPIE

The International studio, Volume 59: Women @ the PPIE

Found sf

Remnants of a Dream: a search for the Jeweled City's relics.

California Historical Society: the PPIE Orange Crate

Books About California: Panama Pacific Exposition

PPIE @ archive.org

The dream city: its art in story and symbolism

PPIE @ googlebooks

History of the Palace of Fine Arts

San Francisco Historical Photograph Collection

PPIE: San Francisco’s Finest World’s Fair

Presidio of San Francisco: PPIE

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Blogger lotusgreen said...

okay, not nearly as elegant as i'd hoped but this turned out to be much more confusing than i'd thought it would be. i only hope that i linked correctly because i don't really have the nerve to try them at this point!

27 September, 2009 20:13  
Blogger Thomas Haller Buchanan said...

Great stuff. Best Expo ever. Thanks for taking us there. I found a souvenir from the expo amongst some things from my grandmother, indicating she was probably there. I'll be posting that and more pix one of these days. Thanks again.

28 September, 2009 23:13  
Blogger lotusgreen said...

thanks thomas -- can't wait to see!

29 September, 2009 03:46  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Extremely interesting! Make culture, not war.d

29 September, 2009 11:58  
Blogger lotusgreen said...


29 September, 2009 12:10  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for this web site. I started exploring the history of PPIE and collecting PPIE items about six months ago. So far I have tracked down and visited the original trains from PPIE that are now in Santa Cruz and visited the house of doors from PPIE in location /half moon bay.

My collection is clearly out of control. Yesterday I managed to add to by collection the five volume set by Frank Morton Todd, detailing the exposition from beginning to end with hundreds of color plates/photos contained among the volumes. Each volume is over 300 pages and was never opened. Books are wraped in original craft paper and in original shipping crate. I am really excited to read all the details.

16 November, 2009 11:20  
Blogger lotusgreen said...

ooo -- that really does sound exciting!

have you seen the brangwyn murals?

i'm wondering if you found the the whole series!

16 November, 2009 11:54  

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