The Panama-Pacific International Exposition

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The Panama-Pacific International Exposition

Beachey and the Beachey-Eaton Biplane at the
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, California.

The P.P.I.E. grounds,
featuring the Tower of Jewels

A Novagem from the Tower of Jewels

The Tower of Jewels at night

The Panama-Pacific International Exposition was held in San Francisco, California, in 1915. Lincoln Beachey flew his Beachey-Eaton Biplane at the P.P.I.E. prior to the completion of the exposition, as part of the pre-opening publicity and during the opening ceremonies in February. He then secured a contract to provide aerial exhibitions in both his Beachey-Eaton Biplane and Beachey-Eaton Monoplane, which he did until his death on March 14, 1915.

Stereoview of The Tower Of Jewels - 1915

Beachey's Last Flight- Painting By Charles H. Hubbell, 1967

Panama-Pacific International Exposition Ticket - 1915

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