The Negro building in the southeast corner of Piedmont Park, Atlanta, Georgia
Cotton States exposition. Architect Bradford Gilbert's image of the fairgrounds from his sketchbook
Birdseye view of the Cotton States Exposition from north of the intersection of Tenth Street and Argonne Avenue, slightly out of the park grounds.
View of the Cotton States Exposition from the Phoenix Wheel
West of the Negro Building and parallel to what is now 10th street, fairgoers could visit cultural exhibits such as the streets of Cairo, Mexican Village, and even the Old Plantation, where minstrel-style performances romanticized the days of slavery.
The Dahomey Village exhibit, was just one of many exhibitsalong the midway that often exploited people of color, in an attempt to maintain the notions that they were primitive and uncivilized
A "Negro with chains broken but not off," by artist WC Hill, was featured in the Washington, DC exhibit. It represented the progress but long road ahead for civil rights in america