|The California Midwinter Exhibition of 1894|
|The Fairgrounds from Strawberry Hill|
|James and Mary Ann Piratsky|
|Mary Ann's press pass|
|The Fine Arts Building|
|Marsh's Japanese Village|
In addition to the coverage from Hollister by the Piratskys, it got a front-page in January in the Los Angeles Herald and in June from the San Francisco Call.
|LAHerald - January 1894|
|San Francisco Call- June 1894|
Ticket sales were brisk, according to the papers and school children especially enjoyed the attractions.
The Midwinter Fair, as it was called, drew nearly two and a half million people during its run. By any measure, a success.