Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition - Images of the Fair
The American Archtecture of Today, G. H. Edgell, New York, Scribner's Sons 1928.
p.56-58 discuss the AYPE.
The Architectural Record, "Our Exposition in Seattle", July 1909 p.24-32
Shaping Seattle Architecture, "Edouard Frere Champney", Dennis Anderson, Seattle, University of Washington Press, 1994.
Photography at the AYPE
Image of Nowell's Studio: http://content.lib.washington.edu/aypweb/ - search under 'AYP077'.
Participation in the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Washington Gov't Printing Office 1911 : Smithsonian exhibit p.69.
Native Peoples at the AYPE
All the World's a Fair : Visions of Empire at American International Expositions, 1876-1916 , Robert Rydell, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1987. Chapter 6 discusses anthropology and Philippine displays at the St. Louis fair.
Defining Participation and Place: Women and the Seattle World's Fairs of 1909 and 1962, Master's Thesis, Veta R. Schlimgen, University of Washington 2000
p.42-53 discusses women performers at the AYPE, including Miss Columbia.
Image of Visitor and Igorotte face to face: viewable online in the Seattle Museum of History and Industry collection as image#1974.5868.129, photographer Harwood, "Visitor at Igorote Village.."
Participation in the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Washington Gov't Printing Office 1911.
Smithsonian exhibit described on pgs. 67-70.
Fairs are for everybody H. Paul Dellinger Waco, Texas Davis Bros Publishing Co. 1965.