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- The Virginia Commission to the Panama-Pacific International Exposition was created by an act of the General Assembly passed on March 27, 1914. The purpose of the commission was to coordinate Virginia's participation in the universal exposition held in San Francisco in 1915 to celebrate the completion of the Panama Canal. The commission was composed of one state senator and two members of the House of Delegates, all of whom were appointed by the governor. The Virginia state building, like that at the Chicago World's Fair, was a replica of Mount Vernon. The commission made its final report to the governor on February 15, 1916.
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