British columbia: With its huge vertical bark-covered logs soaring as high as 160 feet; the B.C. pavilion at Osaka's Expo 70 will be the tallest wood structure in the world. The logs symbolize British Columbia's claim to the tallest trees in the world; but the pavilion also will reflect British Columbia's rugged mountain; its rivers and its rich resources. Open in full size

British columbia: With its huge vertical bark-covered logs soaring as high as 160 feet; the B.C. pavilion at Osaka's Expo 70 will be the tallest wood structure in the world. The logs symbolize British Columbia's claim to the tallest trees in the world; but the pavilion also will reflect British Columbia's rugged mountain; its rivers and its rich resources.

Picture, 1969, English

British columbia: With its huge vertical bark-covered logs soaring as high as 160 feet; the B.C. pavilion at Osaka's Expo 70 will be the tallest wood structure in the world. The logs symbolize British Columbia's claim to the tallest trees in the world; but the pavilion also will reflect British Columbia's rugged mountain; its rivers and its rich resources.

Picture, 1969, English

Rights and Licenses

Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Exhibitions - Japan - Osaka (World's Fair) 1970

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0006153f