The Canadian National Exhibition, held annually in Toronto during the last two weeks in August and the first week in September, gets a two-day extension this year - the result of the increasing millions of visitors.
LS. Prince Gate outside Canadian National Exhibition.
Statue atop Prince's Gate.
Flags atop Prince's Gate(Canadian Ensign and Stars and Stripes)
LS. Government building which houses World Exhibits at Canadian National Exhibition.
MCU. Sign International Building.
Archway to U.K.Exhibition.
Two women looking at U.K.Exhibits.
Exhibition of Figurines -- People watching.
More Exhibits in British display.
English chinaware with onlookers.
Exhibition of German clocks.
German airline's stand.
MS. Hostess at same stand answering questions.
People looking at German chinaware.
PAN from Map of AUSTRALIA to Aussie Exhibit.
Aussie plane for export.
Aussie made fur coat.
People gathered around australian sample stand -- Pineapple being given away.
Waitress serving Pineapple samples.
Group in front of SWISS display of clocks.
PAN from Counter display to crowd.
PAN from Swiss made sewing machine to girl operating same.
Young girls operating ITALIAN typewriter.
PAN from Sailors to Italian sports car (FLAT)
Sign "JAPAN CORDIALLY INVITES YOU".
Japanese girl handing out samples -- Booklets.
Man demonstrating Japanese camera.
PAN from Sign "HOLLAND" to DUTCH furniture display.
Small boy looking at dutch candy --- PAN down same.
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Background: The Canadian National Exhibition, held annually in Toronto during the last two weeks in August and the first week in September, gets a two-day extension this year - the result of the increasing millions of visitors.
This year it is estimated that nearly three million visitors will throng through the park and buildings.
Claimed as the biggest fair in the world, the Government building and the International Building housing displays from all parts of the world are two of the chief attractions on the 350-acre site.
Displays include precision-made clocks and watches from Germany, china from Britain, typewriters from Italy, chocolates and candy from Holland, cars from France, and a pilotless jet plane, the Jinkivik, from Australia.
Started in 1879, the exhibition looks like going on for a long time.