The joint Territorial Building, in the erection of which Arizona, New Mexico and Oklahoma shared, is just to the north of Pennsylvania. It is a modest little structure, but neat and attractive. The exhibits are very fine, when it is remembered that these Territories are yet in their infancy. Oklahoma, with her grain, grasses, fruits and cattle products; Arizona with her minerals, sub-tropical fruits, cacti and other flowers and the hand work of her Indians, such as Navajo blankets, Moqui water baskets, and Apache whips and braided work; and New Mexico with her display of gold, silver and mining appliances, her fruits and wines, and her artistic gold and silver filagree work done by Indian and Mexican artists are certain to attract attention. Characteristic views of the dwellings, the scenery and the people of these Territories are shown.
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