Art and Handicraft in the Woman's Building of the World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893

Front Cover I bought a copy of this book (originally owned by Frances Jane Donnelly), edited by Maud Howe Elliott, so I could make a high-resolution scan of the demonstration Falconnier glass-brick greenhouse, but was so taken with the other architectural pictures, and of course the excellent art, that I ended up scanning all the images. They are presented here organized by type of work (which is different from the book, which was mostly divided by country). Note the cover reads "Art and Handicraft / Illustrated Designs for the Needle, Brush and Pen", which is different than the title page. Title Page

Floor Plan Personnel Architecture Watercolors
Floor plan Mrs. Potter Palmer, President Board of Lady Managers Architecture of the 1893 Columbia World's Exposition Watercolors at the Women's Building of the 1893 Columbia World's Exposition
Sculpture & Metalwork Oil Painting Tapestry Drawings
Marble Bust of Princess Obolensky.  Princess M. Schahovskoy.  Russia. Oil Painting—"Thoughts."  Fraulein Lubbes.  Germany. Tapestry.  Bengka Olsson.  Sweden. Pen and Ink Sketch—Landscape.  By the Princess Imiretinsky.  Russia.
Stained Glass Screens & Fans Embroidery, Lace, etc. Ceramics & Glass
Cartoon for Memorial Window.  Helen Maitland Armstrong. United States. Screen—Design in National Style.  K. Petre. Sweden. Silk Embroidered Vestment, Made for His Grace the Archbishop of Ireland.  Royal School of Art Embroidery. Dublin. Novi Vase—Applied Ornaments, Flowers and Birds and Polychrome Enamel.  E. Richard. France.
Book Covers & Illustrations Wood Carving, Marquetry & Leatherwork Miscellaneous
Book Cover.  Designed by Sarah W. Whitman.  United States. Carved Wood and Leather Chair.  Made by H. R. H. the Princess of Wales.  England. Etching—Portrait of Mrs. Piper at Spinning Wheel.  E. Piper. England.