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Black-Starr & Frost, ten official badges for Commissioners 300.00
Carroll Purman, clerk John M. Thurston .................... 50.00
Claude Hough, stenographer, salary ........................ 125.00
Wm. E. Barclay Printing Company, printing orders .......... 22.50
Eugene Nahler, messenger, salary .......................... 40.00
J.S. Durham, clerk P.D. Scott ............................. 50.00
Miss Minnie T. Moran, clerk F.A. Betts .................... 50.00
Ringen Stove Company, ice chest and glasses ............... 12.40
Howard E. Riggs, clerk, fifteen days ...................... 37.50
Will Hillmer, placing locks on ice chest .................. 2.75
S.G. Adams Stamp Company, automatic pad and stamp ......... 2.00
Laurence H. Grahame, expenses trip to New York ............ 87.50
Mermod & Jaccard Jewelry Company, letter heads and
envelopes ............................................... 305.00
Jones, Caesar & Co., auditing Exposition Company's books .. 1,250.00
Woodward & Tiernan Printing Company, printing cards ....... 90.00
Geo. W. Conrad, clerk John F. Miller ...................... 25.00
Mound City Coupe Company, conveyance, fifteen days ........ 155.00
Bell Telephone Company, rent for quarter .................. 31.20
Kinlock Telephone Company, rent telephone, twenty-eight
days .................................................... 7.10
Keyes & Marshall Brothers, conveyance, seven days ......... 68.00
James Hardy, to team and vehicle one day .................. 7.00
Laurence H. Grahame, salary as assistant secretary ........ 250.00
Howard E. Riggs, salary, messenger, two days .............. 4.00
W.D. Tipton, clerk Thomas H. Carter ....................... 50.00
Laurence H. Grahame, per diem expenses allowed ............ 25.00
Southern Hotel Company, telephone charges, April, May,
June .................................................... 1.80
Western Union Telegraph Company, service .................. 6.84
Jones, Caesar & Co., auditing Exposition Company's books .. 1,000.00
Western Union Telegraph Company, service .................. 2.80
------------- 4,133.09
-------------
Grand total fiscal year ending June 30, 1904 9,918.89

_Statement of expenditures of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Commission
from July 1, 1904, to June 30, 1905, inclusive._

OFFICE OF SECRETARY.

JULY.

National Railway Company, railway guide, one year ......... $8.00
Howard E. Riggs, messenger, salary, fourteen days ......... 28.00
Spalding Stationery Company, supplies ..................... 4.90
Carroll Purman, clerk John M. Thurston .................... 50.00
Samuel S. Bennett, messenger, salary ...................... 32.00
Claude Hough, stenographer, salary ........................ 150.00
Scarritt-Comstock Furniture Company, one bookcase ......... 26.50
General Service Company, wagonette and driver, one month .. 230.28
John R. Parson, two United States flags ................... 26.25
W.D. Tipton, clerk Thomas H. Carter ....................... 50.00
Miss Minnie T. Moran, clerk F.A. Betts .................... 50.00
Mermod & Jaccard Jewelry Company, stamping 100 cards ...... 9.50
J.S. Dunham, clerk P.D. Scott ............................. 50.00
Western Union Telegraph Company, service .................. 12.79
------------- $728.22

AUGUST.

Carroll Purman, clerk John M. Thurston .................... 50.00
Claude Hough, stenographer, salary ........................ 150.00
Samuel S. Bennett, messenger, salary ...................... 60.00
Chas. A. Bradley, relief stenographer, eighteen days ...... 90.00
Jones, Caesar & Co., audit Exposition Company's books ..... 250.00
Miss Minnie T. Moran, clerk F.A. Betts .................... 50.00
Raymond E. Brock, subscription daily papers ............... 2.70
General Service Company, wagonette and driver, one month .. 230.28
W.D. Tipton, clerk Thomas H. Carter ....................... 50.00
Mermod & Jaccard Company, stationery, note heads, and
supplies ................................................ 510.00
J.S. Dunham, clerk P.D. Scott ............................. 50.00
Western Union Telegraph Company, service .................. 6.90
------------ 1,499.88

SEPTEMBER.

Carroll Purman, clerk John M. Thurston .................... 50.00
W.D. Tipton, clerk Thomas H. Carter ....................... 50.00
Kinlock Telephone Company, rent telephone one quarter ..... 25.00
Frank N. Hodgins, messenger, salary ....................... 60.00
Claude Hough, stenographer, salary ........................ 150.00
General Service Company, wagonette and driver, one month .. 222.86
J.S. Dunham, clerk P.D. Scott ............................. 50.00
Geo. W. Conrad, clerk John F. Miller, three months ........ 25.00
Miss Minnie T. Moran, clerk F.A. Betts .................... 50.00
Western Union Telegraph Company, service .................. 9.61
Edmund C. Giltner, clerk Geo. W. McBride .................. 14.00
Bell Telephone Company, rent one quarter and long-distance
charges ................................................. 38.35
------------- 744.82

OCTOBER.

Spalding Stationery Company, supplies ..................... 14.60
Claude Hough, stenographer, salary ........................ 150.00
Wilson Coker, messenger, salary ........................... 60.00
Miss J. Floy Penney, copyist .............................. 42.00
Carroll Purman, clerk John M. Thurston .................... 50.00
Geo. M. Brand, one No. 4 Densmore typewriter .............. 90.00
Miss Minnie T. Moran, clerk F.A. Betts .................... $50.00
General Service Company, wagonette and driver, one month .. 230.28
Edmund C. Giltner, clerk Geo. W. McBride .................. 14.00
Geo. W. Conrad, clerk John F. Miller ...................... 12.50
W.D. Tipton, clerk Thomas H. Carter ....................... 50.00
Western Union Telegraph Company, service .................. 1.74
J.S. Dunham, clerk P.D. Scott ............................. 50.00
------------ $815.12

NOVEMBER.

Claude Hough, stenographer, salary ........................ 150.00
Wilson Coker, messenger, salary ........................... 65.00
Carroll Purman, clerk John M. Thurston .................... 50.00
Miss J. Floy Penney, copyist .............................. 40.00
Wm. B. Ayers, subscription daily papers ................... 3.50
Edmund C. Giltner, clerk Geo. W. McBride .................. 14.00
Geo. W. Conrad, clerk John F. Miller ...................... 12.50
W.D. Tipton, clerk Thomas H. Carter ....................... 50.00
General Service Company, wagonette and driver, one month .. 222.85
J.S. Dunham, clerk P.D. Scott ............................. 50.00
Western Union Telegraph Company, service .................. 11.89
------------- 669.74

DECEMBER.

Spalding Stationery Company, supplies ..................... 20.30
Fidelity Storage Company, moving office to city ........... 48.50
McCaughen & Burr, packing and express charges, McKinley
portrait, and insurance charges ......................... 14.00
Carroll Purman, clerk John M. Thurston .................... 50.00
Wilson Coker, messenger, salary ........................... 65.00
Claude Hough, stenographer, salary ........................ 150.00
Bell Telephone Company, rent for one quarter .............. 31.20
Kinlock Telephone Company, rent one quarter and charges
moving telephone ........................................ 28.45
Miss Blanch Barth, clerk John F. Miller ................... 10.00
Hotel Jefferson, rent of office rooms ..................... 50.90
W.D. Tipton, clerk Thomas H. Carter ....................... 50.00
J.S. Dunham, clerk P.D. Scott ............................. 50.00
------------- 568.35

JANUARY.

Hotel Jefferson, rent of office rooms ..................... 60.10
Wilson Coker, messenger, salary ........................... 32.50
Claude Hough, stenographer, salary ........................ 150.00
Carroll Purman, clerk John M. Thurston .................... 50.00
Henry Schmid, messenger, salary ........................... 19.50
Spalding Stationery Company, supplies ..................... 10.05
W.D. Tipton, clerk Thomas H. Carter ....................... 50.00
------------- 372.15

FEBRUARY.

Hotel Jefferson, rent of office rooms ..................... 47.40
Fidelity Moving Company, moving office furniture .......... 63.32
Claude Hough, stenographer, salary ........................ 150.00
Henry Schmid, messenger, salary ........................... 52.00
W.D. Tipton, clerk Thomas H. Carter ....................... 50.00
United States Express Company, express charges two boxes
records ................................................. 6.88
Bell Telephone Company, rent January 1 to February 24,
1905 .................................................... 19.98
Western Union Telegraph Company, service .................. 2.33
------------- 391.91

MARCH.

Claude Hough, stenographer, salary ........................ $150.00
Claude Hough, expense to Washington ....................... 102.00
L.H. Grahame, per diem expense to Washington .............. 72.00
Kinlock Telephone Company, rent telephone one quarter,
ending March 31 ......................................... 30.00
Clarence E. Gauss, special service, stenographer .......... 5.00
Western Union Telegraph Company, service .................. 1.98
Carroll Purman, clerk John M. Thurston .................... 50.00
------------- $410.98

APRIL.

Sheppard Knapp & Co., matting for office .................. 22.44
Claude Hough, stenographer, salary ........................ 150.00
Laurence H. Grahame, expenses to New York and return ...... 120.50
Claude Hough, expenses to St. Louis and Chicago ........... 196.00
The Dudley Press company, stationery and supplies ......... 14.26
Geo. W. Read, lettering office door ....................... 2.44
Claude Hough, expenses to Washington and Baltimore ........ 25.50
Carroll Purman, clerk John M. Thurston .................... 50.00
E.H. Gleason, storage and moving office furniture ......... 8.10
New York Telephone Company, rent of telephone and toll
service ................................................. 2.20
Littlefield & Alvord Company, freight and drayage office
furniture ............................................... 21.63
------------- 613.07

MAY.

Laurence H. Grahame, expenses to Washington and return .... 24.00
Claude Hough, stenographer, salary ........................ 150.00
Laurence H. Grahame, expenses to Washington ............... 29.00
Carroll Purman, clerk John M. Thurston .................... 50.00
Mermod & Jaccard Jewelry Company, letter heads and
envelopes ............................................... 97.00
McKnight & Co., translating report from France ............ 16.45
Western Union Telegraph Company, service .................. 3.97
------------- 370.42

JUNE.

Jones, Caesar & Co., auditing books Exposition Company .... 1,400.00
Carroll Purman, clerk John M. Thurston .................... 50.00
Claude Hough, stenographer, salary ........................ 150.00
Western Union Telegraph Company, service, Portland ........ 17.45
Remington Typewriter Company, service, Portland ........... 111.50
Hotel Eaton, Portland, rent meeting rooms ................. 107.85
Pacific Express Company, Portland, express records ........ 60.45
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, rent office April,
May, June ............................................... 200.00
Joseph Mahoney, towel service office of Commission ........ 2.50
New York Telephone Company, rent of telephone and tolls ... 12.80
Western Union Telegraph Company, September, October,
November, 1904; February, April, 1905 ................... 4.93
Western Union Telegraph Company, service, June ............ 15.90
Claude Hough, expenses to Portland to June 30 ............. 327.09
Claude Hough, additional salary allowance ................. 75.00
------------- 2,535.47
------------
Total to June 30, 1905 ............................................... 9,720.13

RECAPITULATION.

Expenditures from April 23 to June 30, 1901 ............... $666.55
Expenditures from July 1, 1901, to June 30, 1902 .......... 4,461.84
Expenditures from July 1, 1902, to June 30, 1903 .......... 7,995.81
Expenditures from July 1, 1903, to June 30, 1904 .......... 9,918.89
Expenditures from July 1, 1904, to June 30, 1905 .......... 9,720.13
-------------
Grand total 32,763.22

SUMMARY.

Total amount reserved for period April 23, 1901, to
July 1, 1905, for expenses of Commission ................ $41,923.36
Total amount expended by Commission for above period ...... 32,763.22
-------------
Total unexpended balance ................................ 9,160.14

INDEX

A

Accounts. (_See_ Report of statements of receipts and disbursements.)
Accountant, board of lady managers, report of, 520
Act creating board of lady managers, 367
Addams, Miss Jane, report on housing working classes, 489
Admissions:
Rules governing, 74-76
Special tickets, sale of, 79-82
Correspondence respecting, between National Commission and Exposition
Company, 71-76
Statement of, 130
Agriculture, report on, 499
Alabama:
Birmingham district representatives, 237
Exhibits, 238
Alaska:
Commissioners, 240
Building, 240
Exhibits, 242
Albrecht, H.S., affidavit of, 150
American Institute of Social Service, work of, 484
Ancient Sons and Daughters of Jerusalem, 411
Anthropology, woman's work in, 480
Appendixes to final report. (_See_ Report on accounts, etc.; Report on
disposal
of salvage; Report on foreign countries; Report on States,
Territories, and
districts; Report of board of lady managers; Statement of
expenditures.)
Appropriations for board of lady managers, 517
Archaeology, woman's work in
Architecture, report on, 460
Argentine Republic:
Commissioners, 175
Building, 175
Exhibits, 176
Argentina, school buildings of, 444
Arizona:
Commissioners, 243
Building, 243
Exhibits, 243
Arkansas:
Commissioners, 244
Building, 245
Exhibits, 245
Assets and liabilities, tabular estimate of, on May, 3,, 1905, 138
Association of Collegiate Alumnae, 428
Austria:
Commissioners, 178
Building, 178
Exhibits, 179
Awards:
Final report of committee on, 505
Correspondence respecting rules and regulations governing, 83-103
Rules governing, 20
Jury of, rules for, 435

B

Bernays, Miss Thekla M., report on manufactures, 494
Blair, Mrs. James L., resignation of, 385
Bland, Mrs. Richard P., report of, on agriculture, 499
Blind, and other defectives, work of, 454
Board of lady managers:
Act creating, 367
Duties of officers of, 382
Expenses [Transcriber's note: original lacks page number for this
entry]
Members of, 368
Rules and regulations, 381
Disbursements on account of, 135
Duties of, 21
To serve without compensation, 21
Names of, 12
Increase in number of members, 22
Special mention in final report, 120
Bonds, city of St. Louis, report of collections from sale of, 129
Boston Cooperative Society, award to, 489
Bowes, Mrs. F.K., report of, on sewing machines, etc., 465
Boyd, Mrs. Isaac, report of, on ceramics, 464
Brazil:
Commissioners, 182
Building, 183
Exhibits, 184
Bread and pastry, report on, 476
Building, permanent, board of lady managers
Buildings (_see_ under each country and State), salvage of,
correspondence
respecting contract for, 105-116

C

California:
Commissioners, 246
Building, 246
Exhibits, 247
Canada:
Commissioners, 184
Building, 185
Exhibits, 185
Capital stock:
Collections from sales of, 128
Loan realized on security of, 130
Carter, Hon. Thomas H., president National Commission:
Address of welcome at Centennial Day exercises, 25
Addresses by, 370-376,, 389
Resignation of, 113
Cash balances available at end of exposition, 135
Centennial Day, April, 30,, 1903, description of exercises, 24
Ceramics, report on, board of lady managers, 464
Ceylon:
Commissioners, 187
Building, 187
Exhibits, 188
Charities and corrections, report on, 490
Children, lost, 424
China:
Commissioners, 190
Building, 192
Exhibits, 191
Circular to women of Europe, 416
Cleveland, ex-President, dedication day address, 34
Clothing industries, report on, board of lady managers, 470
Colleges, women's exhibits by, 446
Collegiate Alumnae, Association of, 428
Colonial Dames, 428
Colorado:
Commissioners, 248
Exhibits, 248
Commissioners. (_See_ under each country; _See also_ National
Commission.)
Committees, board of lady managers:
Auditing, 369
Awards, 369
Congresses, 369
Entertainment, 369
Foreign relations, 369
House, 369
House furnishing, 369
Legislative, 369
Special, 369
Standing, 369
Woman's work, 369
Women's congresses, 369
Commissions, statement of receipts from., 131
Connecticut:
Commissioners, 248
Building, 249
Exhibits, 249
Congress, international, 426
Correspondence:
Between the National Commission and the Exposition Company on the
question of jurors and awards--
Mr. Allen to Mr. Francis, October, 18, 1904, 85
Mr. Allen to Mr. Francis, November, 4, 1904, 88
Mr. Allen to Mr. Francis, November, 5, 1904, 90
Mr. Allen to Mr. Francis, November, 12, 1904, 94
Mr. Carter to Mr. Francis, May, 19, 1904, 83
Mr. Carter to Mr. Francis, May, 23, 1904, 83
Mr. Carter to Mr. Francis, November, 22, 1904, 95
Mr. Francis to Mr. Allen, November, 4, 1904, 89
Mr. Francis to Mr. Allen, November, 4, 1904, 89
Mr. Francis to Mr. Allen, November, 8, 1904, 91
Mr. Knapp to Mr. Thurston, November, 11, 1904, 94
Between the National Commission and the Exposition Company on the
question of advertising the exposition and sale of special tickets
Agreement with respect to special tickets, 81
Mr. Carter to Mr. Francis, July, 20, 1904, 77
Mr. Flory to Mr. Stevens, May, 19, 1904, 80
Mr. Stevens to Mr. Flory, May, 18, 1904, 79
Between the National Commission and the Exposition Company in the
matter of financial reports
Mr. Carter to Mr. Francis, October, 3,, 1902, 67
Mr. Carter to Mr. Francis, November, 26,, 1902, 68
Mr. Flory to Mr. Stevens, February, 5,, 1903, 69
Mr. Francis to Mr. Carter, October, 15,, 1902, 67
Mr. Francis to Mr. Carter, November, 26,, 1902, 69
Mr. Stevens to Mr. Flory, November, 1,, 1902, 67
Mr. Stevens to Mr. Flory, November, 26,, 1902, 69
Mr. Stevens to ----, November, 29,, 1902, 69
Mr. Stevens to Mr. Flory, February, 19,, 1903, 70
Salvage of exposition property
Mr. Carter to Mr. Francis, February, 28,, 1905, 105
Mr. Stevens to Mr. Carter, March, 7,, 1905, 107,, 111
Mr. Stevens to Mr. Grahame, March, 23,, 1905, 114,, 116
Council of Jewish Women, 428
County schools, 444
Creche, the, 421
Cuba:
Commissioners, 193
Building, 193
Exhibits, 194
Curie, Madame, 451

D

Daughters of--
American Revolution, 428
Liberty, 428
St. George, 428
Veterans, 428
Day, Mrs. M.B.R., report of, on pomology, 479
Day nursery, 421
Dedication, exercises of, 383
Dedication day:
Address by Hon. D.R. Francis, 27
Address by President Roosevelt, 29
Address by Ex-President Cleveland, 34
Names of Senate committee, 60
Names of House committee, 60
Denmark:
Commissioners, 195
Exhibits, 196
Deposits, receipts from interest on, 133
Design, Woman's School of, 440
Diplomatic day, May, 1,, 1902, description of exercises, 43
Disbursements and receipts. (_See_ Report of statements, etc.)
Dockery, Hon. A.M., governor of Missouri, address on State day, 56
Dunphy, John M., affidavit of, 169

E

East India:
Commissioners, 216
Exhibits, 216
Edgerton, Mrs. R.A., report of, on decoration of buildings, 464
Education, report on, lady board of managers, 441
Egypt:
Commissioners, 196
Exhibits, 196
Electricity, report on, 498
Entertainment and ceremonies, report of committee on, 429
Ethnography, exhibits in, 482
Ethnology, woman's work in, 481
Exhibits (see also under each country and State):
Classification of, 14
From foreign countries, to be admitted free of duty, 18
Rules governing applications for space, 16
Rules governing packing and shipment of, 16
Educational
Exhibits, 438
Indian school, 344
Philippines, 327,488
Special commendation of
Philippines exhibit, 118
Foreign exhibits, 119
State, Territorial, and district exhibits, 120
United States Government exhibit, 121
Special installation of, disbursements in, 135
Exhibits to statement of receipts and disbursements. (See under Report
on accounts, etc.)
Expenditures, board of lady managers, statement of, 523
Exploitation committee, emergency funds advanced to, 135
Exposition, educational advantages of [Transcriber's note: page number
missing in original]
Expositions, previous work of women in, 369

F

Farm equipment, report on, 474
Farming by irrigation, 475
Felton, Mrs. W.H., report of, on farm equipment, 474
Financial condition of Exposition Company, 136
Fischel, Mrs. W.E., report of, on education, 493
Fletcher, Miss Alice C., report of, on somatology, 479
Foreign countries:
President's proclamation inviting participation of, 9
(See under each country.)
Foreign exhibitors:
Rules and regulations concerning, 10, 11, 12
(See also under each country.)
Rules and regulations for settlement of disagreements with Exposition
Company, 12
France:
Commissioners, 197
Buildings, 198
Exhibits, 199
Francis, Hon. D.R., president Exposition Company:
Address presenting buildings for dedication, 27
Address on diplomatic day, 45
Addresses by, 372,, 386,, 395
French industrial schools, 200
Fruit farmers, women, 479
Fund:
Contingent, 397
Exposition, statement of, 5

G

General Federation of Women's Clubs, 428
Geographical apparatus, 462
Georgia:
Commissioners, 252
Building, 252
Exhibits, 252
Germany:
Commissioners, 204
Building, 204
Exhibits, 206
Gibbons, Cardinal, invocation on centennial day, 24
Great Britain:
Commissioners, 208
Building, 209
Exhibits, 211
Griswold, Miss Edith J., report of, on machinery, 496
Greisheimer, Miss Caroline, report of, on social economy, 483
Guatemala:
Commissioners, 213
Building, 211
Exhibits, 212

H

Haiti:
Commissioners, 213
Exhibits, 213
Hamlin, Mrs. Conde, report of, on municipal government, 492
Harper, Rev. William R., invocation on State day, 55
Harrison, Rabbi Leon, benediction on State day, 59
Harrow, Mrs. A.G., report of, on clothing Industries, 470
Hedleston, Miss Florence, exhibit by, 440
Henderson, Mrs. Alice Palmer, report of, on ethnology, 481
Hill, Octavia, work of, in London, 489
Historical data, 361
Honduras:
Commissioners, 214
Exhibits, 214
Hough, Claude, appointed stenographer of the National Commission, 7
Hendrix, Bishop, prayer at dedication-day exercises, 41
Hostess' Association, 359
House Committee, final report of, 514
House furnishing:
Expenditures, 418
Gifts and loans for, 419
Housing model, 489
Hungary:
Commissioners, 216
Exhibits, 216
Humane Education Society, methods and results, 488

I

Idaho:
Commissioners, 254
Building, 254
Exhibits, 254
Igorrotes, 488
Illinois:
Commissioners, 258
Building, 258
Exhibits, 258
Indian exhibit (United States Government):
Authority to establish, 344
Buildings, 344
Exhibits, 344
School entertainments, 346
Indian relics, 345
Indian Territory:
Building, 270
Commissioners, 269
Exhibits, 269
Indiana:
Commissioners, 267
Building, 268
Exhibits, 268
International Board W. and Y.M.C.A., 411
International Congress of Nurses, 411
International day, 384
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 411
Intramural Railway, receipts from, 132
Inventions of women, 497
Italy:
Commissioners, 217
Building, 217
Exhibits, 214

J

Japan:
Commissioners, 219
Building, 221
Exhibits, 220,221
Jewish women, council of, 428
Johnston, Miss Frances B., report of, on photography, 461
Jurors, board of lady managers:
List of, 509
Department jurors, 512
Group jurors, 511
Jurors and Awards. (See Awards and Correspondence.)
Jury of awards, rules for, 96
Jusserand, M. Jean J., French Ambassador, address on diplomatic day, 47

K

Kansas:
Building, 274
Commissioners, 272
Exhibits, 272
Kentucky:
Building, 277
Commissioners, 274
Exhibits, 274
Kings Daughters, 428
Knights and Ladies of Honor, 428
Krug, S., affidavits of, 155
Krupp, Fraulein, model housing, 489

L

Laces, report on, 471
Lindsay, William, member National Commission, address on State day, 55
Ladies' Aid Society of United States, 411
Ladies' Catholic Benevolent Society, 412
Ladies' United Veteran Legion, 411
Ladies of the Maccabees, 411
Legislative committee, final report of, 398
Liabilities. (_See_ Assets and liabilities.)
Libraries, traveling, women's work in, 451
Lincoln, Mrs. Alice N., model housing, 489
Lost children, 424
Louisiana:
Building, 277
Commissioners, 277
Exhibits, 278
Loughborough, Miss Hope Fairfax:
Report of, on education of defectives, 453
Report on electricity, 498

M

McDonald, Charles L., affidavit of, 153
MacDougal, Miss Anna G., report of, on secondary education, 445
McCall, Mrs. John A., resignation of, 374
Machinery, report on, 496
Maine:
Building, 280
Commissioners, 280
Exhibits, 280
Major, Mrs. William S., report of, on wearing apparel, 472
Manning, Mrs. Daniel, election of, 388
Manufactures, report on, 494
Maryland:
Building, 281
Commissioners, 280
Exhibits, 282
Massachusetts:
Building, 283
Commissioners, 283
Exhibits, 283
Massachusetts school exhibit, 440
Matthews, Mrs. Elizabeth St. John, report of, on sculpture, 458
Mexico:
Commissioners, 222
Exhibits, 223
Michigan:
Building, 283
Commissioners, 283
Exhibits, 284
Mining, woman's work in, 501
Mines, report on, 500
Minnesota:
Building, 286
Commissioners, 286
Exhibits, 287
Minnesota:
Educational exhibit, 446
Manual training in, 446
Missionary Society, Woman's Foreign, 411
Mississippi:
Building, 292
Commissioners, 292
Exhibits, 293
Missouri:
Building, 294
Commissioners, 294
Exhibits, 295
Model playground, 423
Montana:
Building, 298
Commissioners, 298
Exhibits, 298
Moore, Mrs. Philip U., general report of, 503
Mothers, National Congress, 411
Music Department, benefits from, 133
Museum, Philadelphia Commercial, 486

N

National Commission:
Allotment for contingent expenses of, 11
Names of Commissioners, 6
Committees of, 6
Resignation of Mr. Carter as president of the Commission, 113
Election of Mr. Thurston as president of the Commission, 113
Monthly reports, difficulty in preparation and submission, 66
Report of, submitted, 3
Members of, from Senate and House, at dedication, 60
National American Woman Suffrage Association, 411
National Congress of Mothers, 411,428
National Council of Women, 411
National League of Women Workers, 411
Nebraska:
Commissioners, 299
Exhibits, 299
New Hampshire:
Building, 300
Commissioners, 300
Exhibits, 301
New Jersey:
Building, 301
Commissioners, 301
Exhibits, 301
New Mexico:
Building, 306
Commissioners, 304
Exhibits, 304
New York:
Building, 306
Commissioners, 306
Exhibits, 307
New York City, night school of art, 453
New York City, sociological exhibit, 308
New Zealand:
Commissioners, 225
Exhibits, 226
Norway and Sweden:
Commissioners, 228
Exhibits, 228
North Carolina:
Commissioners, 310
Exhibits, 310
North Dakota:
Commissioners, 312
Exhibits, 312
Nurses, International Congress of, 411
Nuttall, Mrs. Zelia, investigations in archaeology, 482

O

Odell, Hon. B.B., governor of New York, address on State day, 57
Officers, election of, board of lady managers, 374
Ohio:
Building, 313
Commissioners, 313
Exhibits, 314
Ojeda, Senor, Spanish minister, address on diplomatic day, 53
Oklahoma Territory:
Building, 314
Commissioners, 314
Exhibits, 315
Opening day, festivities, 24
Oregon:
Building, 316
Commissioners, 316
Exhibits, 317
Organization of board of lady managers, 370

P

Paintings and drawings, report on, 455
Passes (photo) receipts from, 133
P.E.C. Sisterhood, 411
Pennsylvania:
Building, 319
Commissioners, 318
Exhibits, 318
Perry, Miss Mary E., report of, on charities and corrections, 490
Peru:
Commissioners, 230
Exhibits, 230
Peters, Miss Cora, report of, on Indian education, 482
Philadelphia Commercial Museum, 486
Philippine Islands:
Buildings, 324
Commissioners, 323
Exhibits, 325
Official board, 325
Photograph, importance of, as educational exhibit, 443
Photography, report on, 461
Pomology, report on, 479
Portable schoolhouse, 444
Porto Rico:
Commissioners, 331
Exhibits, 331
Potter, Rt. Rev. Henry C., benediction at dedication day exercises, 42
Proclamation:
Of the President inviting foreign governments to participate, 9
Of President Roosevelt, postponing Exposition to, 1903, 22
Proctor, Hon. John R., report of, on woman's work in Government
Departments, 401
Provident Institutions, report on, 488
Pugh, Mrs. F.H., report of, on bread and pastry, 476

R

Receipts. (See under Report on accounts and statement of receipts and
disbursements.)
Receipts and disbursements, tabular statement of, 131
Relief Corps, Woman's, 411
Report on accounts and statement of receipts and disbursements:
Receipts--
Collections on account of sales of stock, 128
Collections from sale of city of St. Louis bonds, 129
United States Government aid, 129
United States Government loan, 129
Loan on security of capital stock subscriptions, 130
Admissions, 130
Concessions, 131
Intramural railway, 132
Service, power, light, etc., 133
Music Department, 133
Premium on souvenir gold coin, 133
Photo-pass receipts, 133
Interest on deposits, 133
Miscellaneous collections, 134
Salvage of exposition property, 134
Special fund, 134
Disbursements--
Exhibits, special installation of, 135
Money for emergency exploitation committee 135
Board of lady managers, 135
Cash balances available, 135
Financial condition of Exposition Company, 136
Tabular statement of receipts and disbursements to April, 30,, 1905,
137
Current assets and liabilities, tabular estimate of, on May, 3,, 1905,
138
Exhibits to statement of receipts and disbursements--
Admissions' collections, 140
Concessions' collections, 140
Service, power, light, water bills, etc., 140
Transportation collections, 142
Interest receipts, 142
Miscellaneous collections, 142
Construction, 143
Rent of grounds and buildings, 144
Maintenance and operating, 144
Exhibits division, 145
Exploitation division, 145
Protection, 146
Concessions and admissions division, 147
Executive and administrative division, 147
Transportation bureau, 147
Money advanced, 147
Miscellaneous, 147
Condensed statement showing estimated financial result, 149
Reports of foreign countries. (_See_ under each country.)
Reports on States, Territories, and districts. (_See_ under name of
each.)
Resolutions:
On auditing of Exposition Company's accounts, 71
On subject of free admissions, 72,, 74
On sale of special tickets, 79
Concerning allotment of funds for contingent expenses of the National
Commission, 11
On death of President McKinley, 9
Rhode Island:
Building, 332
Commissioners, 332
Exhibits, 334
Rhode Island, school exhibits, 334
Riley, Mrs. C.M.F., report of, on sugar and confectionery, 477
Rogers, Dr. Howard J., in charge of the congresses, 411,, 412
Roosevelt, Miss Alice, luncheon in honor of, 515
Roosevelt, Mrs. Theodore, picture of, presented, 419
Roosevelt, President--
Dedication Day address, 29
Orders statistical information for Woman's Work Committee, 401
Rules and regulations:
Classification of exhibits, 12
Concerning applications for space, 16
Concerning packing and shipment of exhibits, 16
For government of the exposition, 12
Governing system of awards, 61
Governing correspondence respecting, 83-103
Governing making of awards, 20
Pertaining to foreign exhibits, 10, 11, 12
As to board of lady managers, 21
Board of lady managers, 382
Russia:
Commissioners, 231
Exhibits, 231

S

St. Louis school exhibit, 440
Salvage of exposition property:
Correspondence respecting contract for, 105-116
Investigation of contract for--
Affidavit of Charles L. McDonald, 153
Affidavit of H.S. Albrecht, 150
Affidavit of S. Krug, 155
Affidavit of George J. Schmitt, 166
Affidavit of John M. Dunphy, 169
Receipts from, 134
Salvation Army:
Its beginning, 487
Its progress, 487
Schmitt, George J., affidavit of, 166
Scientific research, woman's work in, 451
School, French Industrial, 444
Schoolhouse, portable, 444
Schools:
County, 444
Movement to centralize, 444
Scrutchin, Mrs. M.G., report of, on mines, 500
Sculpture, report on, 458
Secretary board of lady managers:
Election of, 374
Resignation of, 394
Election of second, 394
Service, power, light, etc., receipts from, 133
Sewing, report on, 473
Siam:
Commissioners, 233
Building, 232
Exhibits, 232
Sirwell, Miss S.E., award, 440
Sloyd in Sweden's school exhibit, 444
Smith, Miss Anna Tolman, report of, on educational exhibits, 439
Social economy:
Exhibits in, 483
Report on, 483
Social events, list of, 430
Solari, Miss Mary, report of, on paintings and drawings, 455
Somatology, report on, 479
South Dakota:
Building, 335
Commissioners, 335
Exhibits, 336
Financial statement, 338
Souvenir gold coin, receipts from sales of, 133
Spain, exhibits, 234
Spanish-American war nurses, 411
Special fund, receipts on account of, 134
State day, May, 2,, 1903:
Description of exercises, 55
Mentioned, 384
Sugar and confectionery, report on, 477
Summers, Miss Margaret, report of, on wearing apparel, 473
Sullivan, Miss Annie E., instruction of defectives, 451
Sullivan, Lottie, award to, 454
Surgery, woman's work in, 452
Swenson, Reverend, invocation at diplomatic-day exercises, 43

T

Teachers, proportion of women, 445
Temple, Miss Grace Lincoln, designer of interior decorations, 445
Temple, Miss Mary Boyce, report of, on higher education, 446
Tennessee:
Building, 339
Commissioners, 339
Exhibits, 339
Texas:
Building, 342
Commissioners, 342
Exhibits, 342
Thurston, Hon. John M.:
Address by, 393
Address on diplomatic day, 44
Election as president of National Commission, 113
Final report to the President of the United States, 123
Transportation bureau, functions of, 14
Transportation, report on, 499
Treasurer board of lady managers, report, 518
Turkey, commissioners, 234

U

Union, International Ladies' Garment Workers', 411
United Daughters of the Confederacy, 428
United Daughters of, 1812, 428
United States Government aid, 129
United States Government loan, 129
Utah:
Building, 343
Commissioners, 343
Exhibits, 343

V

Vatican:
Commissioner, 235
Exhibits, 236
Venezuela:
Commissioners, 235
Exhibits, 235
Vermont:
Building, 347
Commissioners, 347
Exhibits, 348
Virginia:
Commissioners, 348
Exhibits, 348

W

Wade, Miss Margaret, report of, on provident institutions, 488
Waite, John D., appointment of, as a member of National Commission, 114
Wall papers, designs of, by women, 453
War, Spanish-American, nurses, 411
Washington:
Building, 350
Commissioners, 350
Exhibits, 351
Wearing apparel, report on, 472
Wednesday Club, 385
Weld, Miss Rose, report of:
On architecture, 460
On transportation, 499
Widegren, Miss Matilda, Swedish school exhibits, 441
Wild flower painting exhibit, 440
Wille, Fran, designer of carpets, 496
Wisconsin:
Building, 353
Commissioners, 354
Exhibits, 354
Woman:
In scientific research, 451
Progress in art, 452
In surgery, 452
In Government employ, 401
Woman's Building, 414
Woman's Christian Temperance Union, 411
Woman's Club, reception by, 394
Woman's clubs:
Civic work of, 492
General Federation of, 428
Woman's Foreign Missionary Society, 411
Woman's Relief Corps, 411
Woman's School of Design, 440
Women as inventors, 497
Women fruit farmers, 479
Women's colleges:
List of, 446
Exhibits by, 446
Women's congresses, report of committee on, 427
Women teachers, proportion of, 445
Wood, Miss Carrie, designer of the "Missouri", 452
Wood, Mrs. E.D., report of, on laces, 471
Woolwine, Mrs. W.M., report of, on apparatus for geography, 462
Wyoming:
Commissioners, 356
Exhibits, 356

Y

Yandell, Miss Enid, designer of the "Daniel Boone", 452
Young Women's Christian Association, 411

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Transcriber's notes:

The original index did not have any labels in the gaps
between letters. Added above for clarity.

ERRATA in original fixed in electronic text listed in the order they
appear in the text. The corrected word appears first with context around
it; the context does not necessarily appear all on one line in the text
version of this file. Then the original erroneous word is shown.

On December 1, 1901, the rules and regulations were published,
... [a few lines]
"An act to provide for celebrating the one hundredth anniversary"
-- had 'hundreth'

[a few lines later]
"It will be held to celebrate the one hundredth anniversary"
-- had 'hundreth'

"of the one hundredth anniversary of an event which doubled the"
-- had 'hundreth'

"new brethren to partake of the blessings of freedom"
-- had 'brethern'

"entrance of that river to the sea."
-- had 'entrace'

"protection and allegiance are reciprocal"
-- had 'recriprocal'

"thought it not amiss, however,"
-- had 'aethought'

"In this triumphal day, amid the shouts of joy,"
-- had 'trumphal'

"The simplest protocol on postal or sanitary questions"
-- had 'procotol'

"to the broadest possible liberty of action"
-- had 'posible'

"signature of some competing exhibitor"
-- had 'competiting'

"The special rules provide for the appointment"
-- had 'appoinment'

"to the end, presumably, that unchallenged"
-- had 'unchalleged'

"The contract provisions were superior to any made in the bids."
-- had 'porvisions'

[the next phrase appears twice within a few paragraphs, and
had the same error in each]
"Condensed summaries of these reports have been prepared"
-- had 'summariies'

"in respect of the restoration of Forest Park"
-- had 'Partk'

[leader line shortened here]
"Exposition Water Company ..... 63,000.00"
-- had 'Expositon'

"lists were not furnished to bidders,"
-- had 'furnishel'

"an excellent archaeological collection."
-- had 'archaelogical'

"an exhibit comprising a great variety of corundum products,"
-- had 'corumdum' throughout this paragraph, and nowhere
else in the document. The Oxford English Dictionary does
not recognize 'corumdum' as a correct alternate spelling.

"the magnificent jeweled caskets of carved ivory"
-- had 'magnificient'

"Thirty years ago the island exported a million tons of coffee
annually, and tea was an unknown article;"
-- one wonders whether 'pounds' is meant, thirty years ago
being 1874 or thereabouts.

"tapestry woven of wool and silk set off with gold"
-- had 'wold'

Dr. Johannes Breger, hygienic department;
-- had 'deparment'

"the invitation to participate in the exposition was accepted,"
-- had 'acepeted'

"The adaptation of the colonial features"
-- had 'adaption'

"a hundred million dollars' worth of gold"
-- had 'hunderd'

"native woods from different sections of the State."
-- had 'diffierent'

"were installed in the Indian Territory Building."
-- had 'instlled'

"In the arrangement of material, repetition"
-- had 'arangement'

"The responsibility for this failure rests with"
-- had 'responsibilty'

"The units from 15 to 21, inclusive"
-- had '16 to 21' which contradicted remainder of paragraph

"Each department, in addition to its other features,"
-- had 'feautres'

"noted places and buildings in Pennsylvania history."
-- had 'Pensylvania'

"consisted of samples of sesame, peanut, castor,"
-- had 'seasame'

"The building contained about 4,500 square feet of surface behind
glass cases, and about 9,400 square feet of open wall and ceiling
space covered with museum specimens, or a total of about 14,000
square feet, where about 1,800 specimens were displayed."
-- had '1,300' instead of '14,000'

"It has been said that the true value of the"
-- had 'beeen'

"agriculture, horticulture, forestry, fish and game,"
-- had 'foresty'

"game animals, and game birds indigenous to the section;"
-- had 'indigenenous'

"It well justified the assertion of Minister Livingston"
-- had 'asertion'

"that it involved not only a heavy responsibility,"
-- had 'responsibiltiy'

"Louisiana Purchase Exposition Company tendered to the members"
-- had 'Expositon'

"the construction of the proposed hall of philanthropy."
-- had 'philanthrophy'

"shall attend to the giving or serving of all"
-- had 'th'

"and shall whenever directed by the board"
-- had 'whenevr'

"No. 16. Amendments.--These rules and regulations may be amended"
-- had 'Thes'

"by two-thirds vote of the members present"
-- had 'preent'

"There are 108 classes; a committee on each class would be 1,200
jurors."
-- had 'committtee'

"a rare antique sideboard of semicircular shape,"
-- had 'shap'

"in consequence of which all idea of congresses"
-- had 'n consepuence'

[the following phrase appears twice in the document; it is
the later occurrence, within the report of the Board of Lady
Managers, which contained this error.]
"The nomination of group jurors and alternates, when
approved by the president of the exposition, shall be
transmitted to the president"
-- had 'transmited'

"the studies in figure painting was inferior to the
same work done by woman in American schools."
-- had 'sam'

"in class 20, sewing, embroidery, crocheting,"
-- had 'crohceting'

"the remainder were ideal and symbolic works."
-- had 'symbollic'

"The work was very fine in detail,"
-- had 'deatil'

"binding together in mutual interest and good will"
-- had 'god'

"The exhibits of New Jersey by means of photographs"
-- had 'menas'

"Literature; Somatology; Ethnology; Ethnography."
-- had 'Somatogloy'

"alternate jurors, that you recommend for appointment,"
-- had 'reccommend'

"Miss Margaret Wade (alternate), 912 Nineteenth street,"
-- had 'steet'

[in INDEX:]

"Harrow, Mrs. A.G., report of, on clothing Industries"
-- had 'repoort'

"Matthews, Mrs. Elizabeth St. John, report of, on sculpture"
-- had 'Elizabth'

"Wade, Miss Margaret, report of, on provident institutions"
-- had 'Margeret'

"Virginia: Commissioners"
-- had 'Commsssioners'

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