“Also opposite the Streets of All Nations if the Magic Garden, the place for the young married man to take his mother-in-law, that is, should he desire to lose her. This garden is simply beautiful. It is laid out in walks, upon each side of which is immense banks of handsome flowers. A person who wanders through these walks without a guide will soon discover that he is lost and it will be an impossibility to return to the entrance or find your way out until a guide is called who will direct you to the outside.”|
"Exposition Letter", The Red Cloud Chief, July 7, 1898: 1.
"This amusement feature contain 20,000 feet of walk and flowers, and is somewhat similar to the famous Labyrinth now at Hampton Court, England."
Official Guide Book to the Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition. Omaha: Megeath Stationary Co. 1898: 114.
TMI number 00297
Photograph by F. A. Rinehart, 1898
Photograph size 8.6 inches by 6.6 inches