McCarthy Album 08, Photograph 162
Mammal Exhibit, Government Building, Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition
Caption: "Government exhibits of stuffed animals." Various mammals stuffed for display, including a tiger, moose, deer, and antelope, exhibited in the Government Building of the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition. The exposition was held in Portland, Oregon from June 1st to October 15th, 1905. It celebrated the one-hundred year anniversary of the exploratory expedition of the Louisiana Purchase and what became the northwestern part of the United States, led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark. Some 1.6 million people visited the fair, viewing exhibits from twenty-one countries.
Audrey Fullerton-Samora of Sacramento, great niece of William and Grace McCarthy, donated the William M. McCarthy Photograph Collection to the California State Archives in 1996.
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