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circa 1909

Waco, Texas

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1909: The Cotton Palace was built, and soon became one of the most popular fairs in the south; in 1913 an estimated 500,000 people visited the site.

1930: The Cotton Palace, a symbol of the city's prosperity, was shut down. It later burned.

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Texas Cotton Palace Exposition, Waco, Texas, 1912
"Texas Cotton Palace Exposition, Waco, Texas, November 2-17, 1912"
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Texas Cotton Palace, Waco, Texas, 1914
"Texas Cotton Palace
Waco, Texas
October 31- November 15, 1914"
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Texas Cotton Palace, Waco, Texas, 1926
"Texas Cotton Palace, Waco, Texas" in 1926
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Waco, TX - Cotton Yard  with bales of cotton dated 1908

Waco, Texas Cotton Yard dated 1908
Courtesy Will Beauchamp Collection

Waco TX - Cotton yard
Waco Cotton Yard, 1915
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