World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago

Related people
Elizabeth McCallister (was created by)
Frederick Law Olmsted Sr. (landscape architect)
Daniel Hudson Burnham (architect)
The original design concept was completed in 1890
Frederick Law Olmsted was responsible for laying out the grounds for Chicago's World's Fair of 1893. Jackson Park was the product of that effort and is still one of Chicago's most beautiful parks. A distinguished group of architects designed the Exposition's buildings under the supervision of Daniel H. Burnham. Keywords: views, exhibitions and exhibition structures, exhibition buildings, expositions, United States, Illinois, Cook County, fairgrounds, lagoon.
19th Century (1800 - 1899 CE)
Ranney, V.P. (1972). Olmsted in Chicago. Chicago, IL: R. R. Donnelley.