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Fair And Exposition

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Parent Issue
Day
28
Month
August
Year
1891
Copyright
Public Domain
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hËTROit iNtERNATIONAl V L Oen$ August 25cr. (lo$g$ sePTemeeR cr Wonderful Display of Electrical Inventions and Manufactures. Admirable Show of Curious Machines at Work' and Interesting Manufacturing Operations. a Greatest Show of Blooded Horses and Cattle, Sheep, Swine and g Poultry. O Gkand Horse Races - Trotting, Pacing and Running, $12,500 in Prizes. Floral Hall full of Beautif ui Flowers and Luscious Fruits. Great Doublé Balloon Ascensions and Startling Leaps f rom the Clouds ever)' Afternoon. Immense Pyrotechnic War Drama, "The Siege of Sebastopol," with a vast Theatre and 350 Actors, every Evening. Magnificent Works - $2,000 worth of Fire -Works burned I Nightly. Grand Free Band Ooncerts Every Afternoon. P abades, Processions, Spectacles, Games, Sports, Races on Land and Water, Marvelous Rifle and Pistol Shooting, and All Sorts of Wonders and Pleasures Hourly. Half Fare on all Railroads and Steamboats. Beaütifully Located on the Bank of the Detroit River. Steamboats, Street Cars and Railway Trains run directly to the Grounds. Largest and Finest Fair Buildings, and Handsomest Grounds in the World.