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International Exhibition Medal

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International Exhibition Medal
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Obv.: Memorial Medal / pictorial of Memorial Hall / 1776; rev.: Struck Within / The / International / Exhibition / 1876. Br., rd., 23 mm. Designed by Herman J. Schwarzmann, the Art Gallery building (now known as Memorial Hall) is made of brick, glass, iron and granite. Memorial Hall, the only large exhibit building to survive on the Centennial site, was designed in the beaux-arts style and housed the art exhibits. It was the largest art hall in the country when it opened, with a massive 1.5-acre footprint and a 150-foot dome sitting atop a 59-foot-high structure with a 150-foot dome sitting on top. It provided 75,000 square feet of wall surface for paintings and 20,000 square feet of floor space for sculptures. Daniel Manassillian Collection. State: City: Date: 1876 HWAC# 83918