Since its publication in 1900, The Wizard of Oz has remained in print, spawning 39 sequels, 5 silent movies, innumerable stage productions, a radio series, countless animated cartoons, and arguably the greatest MGM musical of all time. Conventions of Oz fans, held thrice yearly, draw upwards of 75,000 visitors. For these fans -- and anyone who ever dreamed of visiting Oz -- Willard Carroll draws from his private collection of more than 10,000 museum quality pieces to offer a rare glimpse of Baum's beloved creations and their influence on popular culture. Divided by decade, this book traces a century of Oz lithography, photography, sheet music, book jackets, manuscripts, costumes, film props, animation cells, newspaper rotogravure, greeting cards, Halloween masks, theater programs, contracts, maps, advertising fliers, games, toys, puzzles, dolls, and other memorabilia gathered from every comer of the world. With brilliant new photography, original artwork, drawings, sketches, blueprints, and stage and movie stills, 100 Years of Oz is a joyous and unique passport over the rainbow. An unrivaled celebration of the beloved story on the eve of its centennial, this book traces a century of Oz lithography, photography, sheet music, and collectibles. 200 full-color images.