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Pan American Exposition Souvenirs and Letters

Pan American Souvenirs
Pan American Souvenirs
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Pan American Postcards
Pan American Postcards
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Dorr Viele Letters
Dorr Viele Letters
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The Pan American Exposition, the 1901 exhibition at which President William McKinley was shot, is represented in the State Library’s Manuscripts and Special Collections Unit by souvenirs from the exposition (Pan American Exposition ephemera (QC16514).

Related collections also include Postcards (QC16510) and Pan American Exposition ephemera (QC16514), as well as the collections of individuals' papers such as the Dorr Viele letters.

The Dorr Viele letters (21574), consists of letters written by a family living in Buffalo at the time of the exposition to their son and brother, who was attending college at Yale.

Last Updated: June 24, 2009