The Cardinell-Vincent Company was the official photographer of the Panama Pacific International Exposition. The company employed over 150 employees under the direction of president John D. Cardinell. Among their briefs was setting up photographic galleries on the grounds and organizing the enterprise into different departments. The company was disbanded upon the completion of the exposition.
Cardinell-Vincent Co. produced a range of official photographs, including several panoramic views. A number of these photos still exist in various public and private collections, including the de Young Fine Arts Museum in San Francisco.
Showing the single result
- Panama-Pacific International Exposition Panorama Photograph 1915
A snapshot in time for San Francisco’s Marina District: a stunning full panoramic view of the 1915 Panama–Pacific International World’s Fair.Cartographer(s): Cardinell-Vincent Co.Place/Date: San Francisco / 1915$3,500 Add to cart