Some amazing windmill images were drawn from world's fairs, where the mechanistic towers were clustered together as entertainment venues. The Columbian Exposition (Chicago 1893; below), the Exposition Universelle (Paris 1900) and the Louisiana Purchase Exposition (St. Louis 1904) all featured prominent windmill displays.
ÉolienneBollée (below, left).
Today there are windmill museums that display multiple models in a single setting:
Dalley Windmill Collection, Fairgrounds, Portales, NM
Windmills of the Riverwalk, Batavia Historical Society, Batavia, IL
Mid-American Windmill Museum, Kendallville, IN
Shattuck Windmill Museum, Shattuck, OK
Windmill Museum, Wind Experience Center, Lubbock, TX
(1)See John Walter & Régis Gerard. A History of the Éolienne Bollée. N.p.: By the authors, 2002-2015. As viewed 15 March 2016. URL: http://www.archivingindustry.com/Eolienne/webhistorybook-2015-1.pdf
Images above: 1, 3, 4 from Max Ringelmann. "Moulins à Vents." Section in Matériel Agricole à l'Exposition de 1900. Paris: Librairie Agricole, 1901, pp. 9-13. Richard L. D. & Marjorie J. Morse Department of Special Collections, K-State Libraries.
2 from "Vue d'ensemble de l'expositions de moulins à vents et turbines atmosphériques a l'Exposition universelle de Chicago." Le Génie civil XXIII: 9 (1 July 1893): p. 133.