This clip is the second of two clips that show the Palace of Fine Arts at the world’s fair of 1915 in San Francisco, also known as the Panama-Pacific International Exhibition. A VO accompanies the images, as in the previous scenes. The clip begins with a shot of the reflection of the Tower of Jewels in a pool as the camera pans up to the top of the tower, lit up at night. A VLS shows the exhibition in all its glory, again at night. Many shots follow of various parts of the exhibition, some dissolving very slowly in beautifully composed images. The scene fades out, then fades back in to the Palace of Fine Arts some years later. Shots all over the Palace come next, many between columns and the facades of the buildings in daylight. A flock of birds fly out from behind it as the clip ends.