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Title Franco-British Exhibition 1908 Official Guide
Section Section III: The Visible Empire
Date 1908
Document Type Pamphlet
Publisher Bemrose & Sons Limited
Library National Art Library, Victoria & Albert Museum
Reference A.35.34
Region Europe, South Asia, North America, Australasia
Names M. Cambon (image 9), Marie of Russia, ex-empress (image 12), Viscount Selby, Lord Welby, Lord Blyth, Sir John A. Cockburn (image 26)
Places England, City of London, Shepherds Bush, France, Canada (images 33, 44), Australia (image 36), New Zealand (image 34),Ceylon, Sri Lanka (image 37)
Topics photographs, executive committee, finance committee, organising committee (image 4), Chairman of group committees, honorary presidents of groups (image 5), Commissioners (image 6), French section (images 6-8), Contents (image 7), Anglo-Saxon, French savoir vivre (image 9), Liberal arts, sports, social economy (image 11), Brief description of the exhibition (image 12,13), British alimentation section (image 14), French agricultural, horticultural, arboricultural (image 15), British scene section, various industries (image 16), British chemical industries, textile section (image 17), British education section (image 18), Palace of music, congress hall (image 19), Tudor house, palace of decorative art (image 20), imperial sports club, fine art section (English) (images 21-22), Fine art section (French), section of women's work (image 22), Garden club, grand restaurant (image 24), Franco-British pavilion, court of progress (image 25), Pavilion of the city of Paris (image 28), French machinery hall, mining group (images 29, 32), Canadian pavilion (image 33), New Zealand pavilion (image 34), British crown colonies pavilion (image 35), Australian states pavilion (image 36), Ceylon tea house (image 37), Eastern sports arena (image 38), Attractions, the flip flap (image 39), Mountain scenic railway (image 40), Ballymaclinton the Irish village (image 43), The spiral, old London, Canadian toboggan (image 44), The Senegalese village, Pathe freres' cinematography (image 45), Stereomatos, webb's glass works, science and art of pyrotechny (image 46,47), Exposition Franco-Britannique, Londres 1908 (image 48), French (images 49-101), The Civil Service supply Association (image 125),
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