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Picture of Queen Victoria opening the Crystal Palace cast iron & plate glass Great Exhibition Building, London - 1851 to 1854 when it was dismantled and rebuilt at a permanent site at Penge, London. It was destroyed by fire in 1936

Picture of Queen Victoria opening the Crystal Palace cast iron & plate glass Great Exhibition Building, London - 1851 to 1854 when it was dismantled and rebuilt at a permanent site at Penge, London. It was destroyed by fire in 1936

London's Crystal Palace, built for the world fair of 1851

London's Crystal Palace, built for the world fair of 1851

Poplar workhouse dining hall, c.1903 and link to workhouse recipes // Meet your privileged relatives, kids ...

Poplar workhouse dining hall, c.1903 and link to workhouse recipes // Meet your privileged relatives, kids ...

Akbar holds a religious assembly of different faiths in the Ibadat Khana in Fatehpur Sikri

Akbar holds a religious assembly of different faiths in the Ibadat Khana in Fatehpur Sikri

Where the Future Came From: A Trip Through the 1893 Chicago World's Fair

Where the Future Came From: A Trip Through the 1893 Chicago World's Fair

Postcard 1893 Chicago World's Fair Columbian Exposition Metropolis West Today

Oh, my goodness...Beautiful Then, Beautiful Now....OH, and so is the Queen Herself!  KIDDING...JUST KIDDING!  Don't write me any nasty letters...really...IT'S A JOKE! :D

Oh, my goodness...Beautiful Then, Beautiful Now....OH, and so is the Queen Herself! KIDDING...JUST KIDDING! Don't write me any nasty letters...really...IT'S A JOKE! :D

The Great Exhibition in London, 1851.

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The opening of the Great Exhibition 1851. London, Watercolour by Lami.  The opening  of the Works of Industry of All Nations .On a raised dais in the central crossing of the Crystal Palace, built in Hyde Park and enclosing several of the park’s mature trees, the Queen received the report of the Commissioners, led by Prince Albert. The Queen described the day as ‘one of the greatest and most glorious days of our lives’.

The opening of the Great Exhibition 1851. London, Watercolour by Lami. The opening of the Works of Industry of All Nations .On a raised dais in the central crossing of the Crystal Palace, built in Hyde Park and enclosing several of the park’s mature trees, the Queen received the report of the Commissioners, led by Prince Albert. The Queen described the day as ‘one of the greatest and most glorious days of our lives’.

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