The board of World’s Fair managers for Montana has made arrangements for the reception of minerals, petrifactions, fossils and other exhibits for display at the Worlds Columbian exhibition and would like mine owners and others interested to commence the collection of such exhibits as they wish to have displayed. By notifying the secretary of the fact that you have minerals for exhibition arrangements will at once be made for their examination, acceptance and shipment to the proper repository. The places where such exhibits will be received in Park county are Livingston, Big Timber, Cooke and Red Lodge.
Image from Montana's exhibition at the 1892 World's Fair.
The Helena Independent, March 18, 1893
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