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Pan-American Exposition of 1901: Collections

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Collections and Additional Resources

The following collections contain materials related to the Pan-American Exposition of 1901.  Click on the highlighted collection title to see that collection's online finding aid.  Tips for locating and using online finding aids can be found on the Searching page of this guide.  All of the University Archives' online finding aids can be searched here.  Paper finding aids are available in the University Archives for collections that are not highlighted.

For assistance, please contact the University Archives at or (716) 645-2916.


Additional Resources from the University Archives Book Collection.  Books with highlighted call numbers may be available full-text online at Hathi Trust.

  • F116 .A45 v.6: The Pan-American Exposition by Isabel Vaughn James.
  • F1401.P18: The Pan-American: a weekly journal of international trade and an illustrated history of the Pan-American Exposition of 1901.
  • N4485 .A6: Catalog of the exhibition of fine arts.
  • PS3535 .O43 P63 1901: Poem delivered at the dedication of the Pan-American Exposition by Robert Cameron Rogers.
  • T485 .A2 N35 2001: The forgotten "Negro Exhibit": African American involvement in Buffalo's Pan-American Exposition, 1901 by William H. Loos, Ami M. Savigny and Robert M. Gurn.
  • T485 .A2 P36 1901: Pan-American Exposition: Buffalo, May 1 to November 1, 1901 / Grand Trunk Railway System
  • T485 .B1 K47 2001: The rainbow city: celebrating light, color and architecture at the Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 by Kerry S. Grant.
  • T485 .B1 L43 1998: Buffalo's Pan-American Exposition by Thomas E. Leary and Elizabeth C. Sholes.
  • T485 .B1 L44 2000: Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo New York, 1901: a bird's-eye view of sights and sounds by Roya Lee.
  • T485 .B1 P36 1901: A general outline of the plans and purposes of the Pan American Exposition, May 1 to November 1, 1901 at Buffalo, N.Y., U.S.A. 
  • T485 .B1 P364 2001: Pan-American Gazette.
  • T485 .C1 B37 Oversize: The grandeurs of the Exposition: including state buildings, midway scenes, foreign buildings: with typical Buffalo and Niagara Views by Richard H. Barry
  • T485 .C1 B84: Official Views of the Pan-American Exposition by C.D. Arnold.
  • T485 .C1 P36 1901: The Pan-American and its midway by J. Murray Jordan
  • T485 .P36 1900: Prospectus of the free Bureau of Assistance and Information instituted by Dr. R.V. Pierce for the convenience of friends visiting the Pan-American Exposition, May 1st to November 1st, 1901.
  • TR650 .L3: The latest and best views of the Pan-American Exposition.
  • TR650 S68: A Souvenir of Buffalo, N.Y., Toronto, Canada, Niagara Falls and the great Pan-American Exposition: to be held in Buffalo, N.Y. commencing May 1, 1901 and continuing until November 1, 1901.