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TO NAVIGATE THIS SITE you have several options. The navigation panel on the left side of the screen contains several blue 'buttons.' You can click on these to link to the front of each major argument. The site-map below allows you to link not only to the front pages of each argument, but also to the major sub-arguments.

Hello! Welcome!
Your hosts for the fair!

Alternatively, you can follow the red Radio Flyer wagon through the site. Wherever the wagon appears, you can click on it to link to the suggested next page. For a more in-depth tour, follow the Chrysler Airflow whenever it appears. When larger images are available for the photographs that appear with the text, you will be able to click on the image and see the larger photo. When you are ready to move on, I suggest you click on the '1930s' button to the left to see other projects in the 1930s.



Home: Includes an Introduction
    Sitemap, with navigation instructions



Exposition Impulse: the background of the 1933 exposition



Appearance of Order: introduction
    Map of the Fair
    Quotes from the Guide Book, with images of the fair



Taking it Home
    Gallery of Collectibles
         On the Walls
         Around the House
         Knick-knacks
         Playthings
    Literature Analysis
         Century of Progress series: Library
         A Century of Progress, by Charles Austin Beard
         Once Again in Chicago, by Minnie Hite Moody



Counter-current: A consideration of progress as fallacy



Afterward: Comparing the 1933 Fair with contemporary hyper-text



Resources: primary, secondary, and web



External Links: These links take you out of this site and into a new window.
    The 1930s: The larger project of which this site is a part
    Crossroads: American Studies at the University of Virginia



This site created by Dustin Kidd for The 1930s, part of Crossroads,
American Studies
at The University of Virginia.
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