Columbus and Columbia in Chicago, 1893: Man of genius meets generic woman

Sund, Judy
September 1993
Art Bulletin;Sep93, Vol. 75 Issue 3, p443
Academic Journal
Discusses the World's Columbian Exposition staged in Chicago, Illinois in 1893. `Certificate of Commission,' produced by the Government Printing Office; Visual presentation of Columbia; Quincentennial anniversary of explorer Christopher Columbus' 1492 voyage; Watershed event for American women; Board of Lady Managers; Displays of women's production; Generic woman as counterpart of Columbus.


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