This unique collection depicts the people and places that came together to create the legendary Exposition Universelle 1900, held in Paris from April 15th to November 12th of that year. It was here that Louis Comfort Tiffany displayed his beautiful stained glass lamps, inspiring collectors for generations to come. Unfortunately, this exposition proved to be the last of the Parisian world expositions, due to huge organizational expenses and disappointing attendance. But, while the exposition may have failed its investors, these postcard images illustrate the success of its enduring grandeur.
Printing is not supported at the primary Gallery Thumbnail page. Please first navigate to a specific Image before printing.