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1. Chicago A Century of Progress Chicago A Century of Progress Book covers Text: "Chicago 1833 1933 A Century of Progress"

2. James Hamilton Lewis James Hamilton Lewis Senators From text: "United States Senator James Hamilton Lewis … born in Danville, Virginia, on May 18, 1866 … A Chicagoan for thirty years, the World's Fair city's delegate in the United States Senate."

3. Henry Horner Henry Horner Governors From text: "Illinois' Governor, Henry Horner[.] Following more than eighteen years as judge of Probate Court, Henry Horner was elevated to the position of the Governor of the State of Illinois on January...

4. Anton J. Cermak Anton J. Cermak Mayors From text: "Cermak Was Elected World's Fair Mayor[.] 'I'm glad it was me instead of you.' Thus spoke the man that had been chosen to be Mayor of the city of Chicago during A Century of Progress Exposition...

5. Edward J. Kelly Edward J. Kelly Mayors From text: "Edward J. Kelly World's Fair Mayor[.] Chicago's second World's Fair came near starting as the first one had ended--without a mayor… On April 14, 1933, Edward Joseph Kelly, president of the...

6. Father Jacques Marquette Father Jacques Marquette Priests; Explorers Caption: "Father Jaques (sic) Marquette, S. J."

7. Chicago, before the fire Chicago, before the fire Bird's-eye views Caption: "Chicago, as It Was Before the Fire"

8. Newspaper headlines: Fair Opens Newspaper headlines: Fair Opens Newspaper headlines; Exhibitions

9. Rufus C. Dawes Rufus C. Dawes Exhibitions Caption: "Rufus C. Dawes President A Century of Progress"
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