Scottish National Exhibition, 1908

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silk postcards with title words, and details of exhibition
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Scottish
 
 
NATIONAL EXHIBITION
1908

OPENED BY H.R.H. PRINCE ARTHUR OF CONNAUGHT
MAY 1st 1908.
AREA OF EXHIBITION, ABOUT 40 ACRES
SPECIAL     FEATURES
SAUGHTON HALL AND GARDENS, MILITARY BANDS,
PALACE OF INDUSTRY AND MACHINERY HALL,
SILK WEAVING AND DRESS EXHIBITS, THE ORIENT,
FINE ART GALLERY, MUSIC AND CONFERENCE HALL,
CONSERVATORY AND WINTER GARDEN, IRISH COTTAGES,
SENEGALESE VILLAGE, CANADIAN WATER CHUTE,
CANADIAN PAVILION AND WELCOME CLUB,
MAZE AND HOUSE OF TROUBLES, HELTER SKELTER TOWER,
HISTORIC MILITARY COLLECTION, CELTIC EXHIBITION,
FIGURE 8 RAILWAY, BABY INCUBATORS, FLYING MACHINE,
ARTIFICIAL LAKE AND GONDOLAS, ILLUMINATED FOUNTAINS,
AGRICULTURAL & HORTICULTURAL DISPLAYS, FIREWORKS,
WORKING DAIRY AND BAKERIES, WORKING BEES & ANTS
MODEL VILLAGE AND MODEL HOSPITAL &c. & c.
 
 

Size:
card:
cm wide by cm deep

silk:
cm wide by cm deep

 
Comments:
The Scottish National Exhibition, Edinburgh, ran from 1 May 1908 to October 1908

 

 

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