The Exposition, Vol 1, no. 6; May 1901

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The Exposition, Vol 1, no. 6; May 1901
The Exposition magazine was first published by the exposition's Department of Publicity and Promotion in October, 1900, 14 months before the start of the exposition. This issue of Volume 1, from 1901, predate the exposition's opening in December, 1901. The magazines contain updates on the progress of the buildings and grounds, describe the departments and exhibits associated with the exposition, give details about participating states and Caribbean countries, note exposition finances and contain various articles of human interest. Contents of this issue: Editorial; The exposition in Switzerland; Poem; The cotton mills of Spartanburg; Senator Tillman and the exposition; Dr. Jose I. Torralbas; The College of Charleston Museum; The church of St. Andrew; The silk spider of South Carolina; A Shakespearean afternoon; Ecos de la exposicion; Exposition echoes; Senator McLaurin and the exposition; The Negro Department at the exposition; The working dairy; Henry Timrod; North Carolina at the exposition; From the porch of the White Horse Inn; "Maryland, My Maryland"; The Maryland commission; The growth of the exposition; Sumter, S.C.
South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition, 1901-1902
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