America's Own Day in Paris

Boston Herald

Paris, May 12, 1900.

The American pavilion at the Exposition was formally turned over to the authorities and public this afternoon. The inauguration took place in the presence of embassy and consulate officials, a number of high French functionaries, foreign diplomats and commissioners, and such a concourse of American citizens that many who were provided with tickets were unable to gain admittance to the building.

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