West from Home: Letters of Laura Ingalls Wilder to Almanzo Wilder - Pages 81-117 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 81-117 Summary and Analysis

There is a postcard dated September 29, 1915 that details Bess' trip to the Carnation Milk Condensery. Bess was fascinated by the process and promised to detail the operation once she got home to the farm.

Bess and Gillette went to the Exposition to look around. Rose went as well but had to spend the entire afternoon tracking down more sources for a story she was writing about the railroad. One of the exhibits Bess liked was the Australia exhibit. There were kangaroos and wallabies, which Bess found ugly but interesting. The rest of the exhibit was mainly wool and minerals. There were also visits to the French and Belgian exhibits, which were visited only briefly due to a limited time to spend at the Exposition.

One of the exhibits that pleased Bess was the Food Products building. There were some...

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