The Bandstand. Donated by an association of marble suppliers, at the height of the period when Knoxville was famous for its marble industry, the gazebo served as a public stage for musical acts and some speeches at the 1913 exposition. It’s the only architecture remnant of the exposition that still exists today.

McClung Historical Collection

The Bandstand. Donated by an association of marble suppliers, at the height of the period when Knoxville was famous for its marble industry, the gazebo served as a public stage for musical acts and some speeches at the 1913 exposition. It’s the only architecture remnant of the exposition that still exists today.

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