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Main south porta! of the Paiaco of Varied Industries at the Panama-Pacific Exposition. By this porta! the Palace of Industries Is entered from the South Gardens of the Exposition, a vast expanse sdornsd with fountains, shaded walks, and rare trees and shrubs from every ncrtion of the globe. Tho doorway is after a famous porta! of Mio Ssnta Cruz Monastery at Toledo (Spain), the only variation from the original being that figures symbolical of tho productive industrios were substituted for the canonical figures in the original. Tho reproduction, dona in imitation Travertine marble, was accomplished at an expenditure of £3,000.

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Main south porta! of the Paiaco of Varied Industries at the Panama-Pacific Exposition. By this porta! the Palace of Industries Is entered from the South Gardens of the Exposition, a vast expanse sdornsd with fountains, shaded walks, and rare trees and shrubs from every ncrtion of the globe. Tho doorway is after a famous porta! of Mio Ssnta Cruz Monastery at Toledo (Spain), the only variation from the original being that figures symbolical of tho productive industrios were substituted for the canonical figures in the original. Tho reproduction, dona in imitation Travertine marble, was accomplished at an expenditure of £3,000., Evening Star, Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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Main south porta! of the Paiaco of Varied Industries at the Panama-Pacific Exposition. By this porta! the Palace of Industries Is entered from the South Gardens of the Exposition, a vast expanse sdornsd with fountains, shaded walks, and rare trees and shrubs from every ncrtion of the globe. Tho doorway is after a famous porta! of Mio Ssnta Cruz Monastery at Toledo (Spain), the only variation from the original being that figures symbolical of tho productive industrios were substituted for the canonical figures in the original. Tho reproduction, dona in imitation Travertine marble, was accomplished at an expenditure of £3,000. Evening Star, Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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