It was a time for the unimaginable: a telephone without wires; a machine that could butcher salmon as humans had done for centuries; premature babies in incubators; an entire village from the Philippines. All were on display at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition of 1909.
"For four and a half months the University of Washington campus was turned into a world of wonder," said Museum of History & Industry historian Lorraine McConaghy.
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