1915. A walk with an architect about the courts and palaces of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition with a discussion of its architecture-its sculpture-its mural decorations-its coloring-and its lighting-preceded by a history of its growth. From the Preface: In the main, this volume consists of articles originally published in the San Francisco Bulletin. It includes material gathered from many visits to the Exposition grounds and from many talks with men concerned in the organization and the building and ornamentation. The brief history that forms the Introduction gives an account of the development...Though the volume is mainly devoted to the artistic features associated with the courts and the main palaces, I have included among the illustrations, pictures of the California Building, both because of its close relation to California and because it is in itself magnificent, and of two notable art features, the mural painting by Bianca in the Italian Building, and The Think, by Rodin, in the court of the French Pavilion.