Ohio Memory has published a new post, “Ohio Day at the Pan-American Exposition!”
Tomorrow marks the anniversary, back in 1901, of what was declared to be “Ohio Day” at the Pan-American Exposition, a World’s Fair held in Buffalo, New York, from May through November in 1901.
Thanks to a bill approved by Ohio’s General Assembly and approved by Governor George K. Nash, a commission was organized and appointed with the duty to “properly advertise the greatness of Ohio.” To do so, […]
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Ohio Day at the Pan-American Exposition!
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