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Primary Sources

Beard, Charles A. A Century of Progress. (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1932.)

Catalogue of A Century of Progress Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture. (Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago, 1933.)

Moody, Minnie Hite. Once Again in Chicago. (New York: Alfred H. King, 1933).

Official Guide Book of the Fair. (Chicago: A Century of Progress, 1933.)

The Century of Progress Series:

Bell, E. T. The Queen of the Science. (Baltimore: Williams & Williams, 1931.)

Cole, Fay-Cooper. The Long Road. (Baltimore: Williams & Williams, 1933.)

Fechet, Major General James E. Flying. (Baltimore: Williams & Williams, 1933.)

Hotchkiss, W. O. The Story of a Billion Years. (Baltimore: Williams & Williams, 1932.)

Kettering, Charles F. and Allen Orth. The New Necessity. (Baltimore: Williams & Williams, 1932.)

Mantell, C. L. Sparks from the Electrode. (Baltimore: Williams & Williams, 1933.)

Newman, Horatio Hackett. Evolution Yesterday and Today. (Baltimore: Williams & Williams, 1932.)

Read, Thomas T. Our Mineral Civilization. (Baltimore: Williams & Williams, 1932.)

Redman, L. V. and A. V. H. Mory. The Romance of Research. (Baltimore: Williams & Williams, 1933.)

Secondary Sources

Hitton, Suzanne. Here Today and Gone Tomorrow. (Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1978.)

Lohr, Lennox R. Fair Management. (Chicago: The Cuneo Press, Inc., 1952.)

Rossen, Howard M. World's Fair Collectibles. (Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing, 1998.)

Smith, Justin Smith. Chicago's Great Century. (Chicago: Century of Progress, 1933.)

World Wide Web Sources

The Forum On-Line Antiques Mall.
(http://www.the-forum.com/collect/worldfai.htm)

Chicago Historical Society. "A Century of Progress."
(http://www.chicagohs.org/history/century/cent1.html)

Chicago Public Library. "1933-34 A Century of Progress."
(http://cpl.lib.uic.edu/004chicago/timeline/centuryprog.html)

Newman, Scott. "'Bohemian' Chicago."
(http://www.suba.com/~scottn/explore
/scrapbks/bohemian/bohemian.htm
)


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