World's Columbian Exposition

World's Columbian Exposition

World's Columbian Exposition
Ho-o-den 30
III: Events
Japanese architect Masamichi Kuru designed the Ho-o-den (Phoenix Hall) for the World's Columbian Exposition (1892-1893) modeling it on the Kyoto temple, the Hō-ō-dō (1052). Situated on Wooded Isle during the fair, the Ho-o-den was later moved to Jackson Park and functioned as a tea house.
Exhibition buildings | World's Columbian Exposition (1893: Chicago, Illinois) | Teahouses--Illinois--Chicago | Jackson Park (Chicago, Illinois) | Temples--Japan
Arnold, Charles Dudley, 1844-1927
Photographic prints; 15.0 x 19.7 cm
Kuru, Masamichi
Olmsted, Frederick Law, 1822-1903
Hyde Park, Chicago, Illinois
Archival Photographic Files. Addenda. C. D. Arnold Photographs
University of Chicago Library, Special Collections Research Center

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