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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1904)
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and frisky lambs.
"Results from this exhibition hae
l:een surprising, " said Mr. Shedd. "The
attendance at the fair was light in
May. and our theater was open only
three weeks. Yet we entertained 25,
)() people that month. 17.0(H) in .lune,
and 55.000 in .Inly. When the crowds
lomn this fall we will show to stand
ing loom only at every performance.
The exhibition has enabled us to place
an immense amount of printed mat
ter with people who will keep it. Our
literature is all made for the pocket,
and includes nothing in the shape ol
a big, expensive souvenir. Nor do w
throw it n round recklessly. At each
exhibition the lecturer tells the audi
ence wheie to get printed matter, and
after each show we give out a map
of Nebraska indicating the free gov
ernment lands opened up last April,
and a vest pocket memo-book dealing
with crops, bank statistics, etc More
than 50,000 booklets were distributed
dining the first three months, and I
ii m sure that each went into the hands
of an interested reader. The fame of
the exhibition has spread through the
fair at an amazing rate and people all
come to the Nebraska exhibit before
they leae the Agricultural Building.
The exhibit as a whole will cost not
moie than $5,000, including the ex
pense of getting the moving pictures.
The views were made for us by the
Solig Polyscope Company of Chicago.
An exhibition of this kind could be
given in the end of a car of products,
null as is used h many states to ad
veitise their resources, and In small
towns where the home-seeker lives
v ould be a potent attraction.
"The Nebraska exhibit Is also kept
before the public- by means of a press
service of Mr. Shedd's devising Every
day a batch of news items is .sent to
the St. I ouis papers, as well as to the
World's Fair press bureau. Mr. Shedd
is i: trained newspaper man. having
worked on Lincoln dallies and acted
us Eiuopean c oi i espoudent for the
New York Tiibune. His matter is pro
pared with an intimate knowledge of
what is dosiic'd hy editois. and much
of it is printed. The Nehraska ex
lilhitH, in fact, are moie Iroquontlv
mentioned in the press than those of
any other state.
"There's no great roc ret about pre
pruing mutter that will be accepted
by editors." he says. "The tirst re
quisite is to lune something to saj
Our exhibit baa many interesting fea
tures, such as the stuffed body of
C.iallenger.' the blue-ioan prize steer
who took the first prize at the Inter
national fat stock show in Chicago
last Pill. Ho cost $(iVon the lange,
and the expense of putting him in con
dition was $.'55. He took the prize over
imported steers, and was sold for
$1,000. When piominent men register
at our exhibit I never fail to send
their names to the papers."
We are informed that Mr. Shedd's
idea of a moving picture exhibition,
which he has so successfully cairied
out. as indicated above, originated
with Professoi Barbour, also of the
University of Nebraska, and with Mr.
Shedd. a member of the commission.
Dr. Barbour's work on the educational
exhibit of the state has previously at
tracted much attention, and has un
doubtedly Jone much to advertise the
universltyL.'BB. Well as the public school
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