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From Baltimore Sun's Files, Even More Photos From the Texas Centennial Exposition For Sale

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Twice now we've been fortunate enough to discover photos from the 1936 Texas Centennial Exposition at Fair Park being disposed of on eBay by the Tribune Company. Now there's a third stack of old Baltimore Sun photos consisting of four shots, each one a nighttime look-see both iconic and essential -- the top photo especially, which is available here for a mere $24.99 opening bid with no takers so far. The other three are here, here and here -- and you've got till tomorrow to stake your claim, so, ya know, Happy Father's Day and stuff.

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