IN MANUFACTURER'S BUILDING
PANAMA PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION
SAN FRANCISCO, 1915
THE HOME ELECTRICAL
A simple, modern home equipped with every practical electrical convenience. Each room is properly lighted by Mazda lamps. Electricity also heat and cools the house, cooks the food, cleans the rugs, washes the dishes; cleans, scours and polishes; does all the laundry work, pumps the water, makes the ice and freezes the cream, runs the sewing machine, plays the piano, drives the workshop and dairy machinery, charges the electric automobile and performs many other useful tasks. Most of these electrical conveniences are inexpensive and cost no more to operate than an electric iron.
A General Electric Company Exhibit
CELEBRATE THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF
THE 1915 PANAMA PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION
in San Francisco
THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE 1939-40 WORLD'S FAIRS
in New York and San Francisco
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