What to look for when you manage to time travel back to the Panama-Pacific International Exposition which was held in San Francisco in 1915 to celebrate the opening of the Panama Canal. Hand-colored lantern slides. Joseph Abel, photographer for the Department of Agriculture.

Chinese pagoda. National Archives ID #24720271. Local ID #16-SFX-23. 1915. American. Colored lantern slide. Joseph Abel, photographer for the Department of Agriculture. Collections of the United States Nation Archives. Fair use license. via https://catalog.archives.gov/id/24720271
Adventurous Bowman on top of the Column of Progress. National Archives ID #24720275. Local ID #16-SFX-25. 1915. Colored lantern slide. Joseph Abel, photographer for the Department of Agriculture. Collections of the United States Nation Archives. Fair use license. via https://catalog.archives.gov/id/24720275
Photograph of the sculpture “Muse Finding Head of Orpheus,” sculpted by Edward Berge. National Archives ID #24720287. Local ID #16-SFX-31. 1915. Colored lantern slide. Joseph Abel, photographer for the Department of Agriculture. Collections of the United States Nation Archives. Fair use license. via https://catalog.archives.gov/id/24720287
Fountain Duck Baby sculpture. Edith Barrets Parsons, sculptor. National Archives ID #24720293. Local ID #16-SFX-34. 1915. Colored lantern slide. Joseph Abel, photographer for the Department of Agriculture. Collections of the United States Nation Archives. Fair use license. via https://catalog.archives.gov/id/24720293

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