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McClung Historical Collection
The Land Building. Built anew for the 1913 Exposition, it was by some accounts even more impressive than the Liberal Arts Building. It included a 3,500-seat auditorium where Gifford Pinchot, Helen Keller, and others spoke.
Although it isn’t often mentioned in history books, the NCE drew over a million visitors to the new cause of “environmentalism.”
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