San Francisco Public Library
The leather bound album contains 101 platinum prints, ten hand-colored, which document activities of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition (P.P.I.E.) of 1915 taken by the Cardinell-Vincent Company, the official photographers of the Exposition. The album was prepared for presentation to officials in organizing and directing the P.P.I.E. The prints include visual records of such ceremonies as the opening, the closing and the burning of the P.P.I.E. corporate mortgage and the Vanderbilt Cup auto race. The Exposition's structures and sculptures are documented, including Palace of Fine Arts, Tower of Jewels, Court of Palms, Court of Flowers, California Building, and James Earle Fraser's End of the Trail. An envelope tipped into the back of album includes correspondence to Lawrence W. Harris from Theodore Hardee and a P.P.I.E. 1915 square, silk scarf
University of California, Berkeley
Includes glass negatives, film cirkuit camera panoramic negatives, and albums of photographic prints
University of California, Berkeley
Professional views of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, possibly displayed in the Cardinell-Vincent Co. store. Subjects include Argentine Pavilion, R.S. Howard Company piano; Court of Four Seasons; Fountain of Earth; Tower of Jewels; various statues; and Palace of Fine Arts. Also includes a view of San Francisco's Ferry Building with illuminated sign promoting the fair
University of California, Berkeley - Bancroft Library
Professional views of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, possibly displayed in the Cardinell-Vincent Co. store.
University of California, Berkeley - Bancroft Library
The Photographs of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition collection contains 31 photographic prints of the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition taken by the Cardinell-Vincent Company, the official photographers of the Exposition.
University of California, Davis - Shields Library
The Photographs of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition collection contains photographic glass negatives of the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition taken by the Cardinell-Vincent Company, the official photographers of the Exposition.
University of California, Davis - Shields Library
The Photographs of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition collection contains photographic glass negatives of the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition taken by the Cardinell-Vincent Company, the official photographers of the Exposition.
University of California, Berkeley
Large bound ledger containing mounted handwritten and typescript letters of credit inquiries and reports for numerous entities requesting credit from the San Francisco office of Cardinell-Vincent Co. Inquiries include copies of letters sent to other vendors used as reference requesting information for credit seekers and their responses. Also includes a large number of mounted credit reports prepared by The Mercantile Agency, R.G. Dun & Co. Includes an index to the applicants named in the inquries
University of California, Davis - Shields Library
The Photographs of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition collection contains photographic glass negatives of the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition taken by the Cardinell-Vincent Company, the official photographers of the Exposition. The photographs shows exhibits from food and agricultural company showing the progress that had been made in these areas rather that the history. Also in the collections are photographs of people who were winners of contests, singers and dancers. One photograph (No. 15493) shows Henry Ford and Thomas Edison looking at an Edison Telegraph
University of California, Berkeley - Bancroft Library
Scope and Content The Views of the Panama Pacific International Exposition albums contain 462 photographic prints taken by William Hood of the Cardinell-Vincent Company, the official photographers of the Exposition. The albums document in great detail the structures and grounds of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition (P.P.I.E.), held in San Francisco in 1915. The albums predominantly picture the architecture, sculpture, painting, gardening, and illumination featured at the P.P.I.E. Notable P.P.I.E. highlights pictured in the collection include the Palace of Fine Arts, the Tower of Jewels, the South Gardens, Festival Hall, the Palace of Horticulture, the Court of the Universe, the Court of Abundance, and the Column of Progress. Architects whose works are pictured in the albums include Bernard Maybeck; George W. Kelham; Thomas Hastings; Bakewell and Brown; McKim, Mead and White; Louis Christian Mullgardt; W.B. Faville; Robert Farquhar; W. Symmes; Ward and Blohme; and Henry Bacon. ... Read More

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