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Spanish International Pavilion, St. Loius, Mo.
The most outstanding building at the 1964-65 New York World's Fair. Presented to the city of St. Louis by the Spanish government. Fund for moving the building were raised by popular subscription.
The New York World's Fair
New York World's Fair, 1939
Vann Tower, Virginia Union University, Richmond, VA
This landmark of Virginia Union University was reconstructed from materials of the Belgian Pavilion of the New York World's Fair
Hall of Communications, New York World's Fair
Seventy-foot entrance facade of the Hall of Communications, which houses exhibits relating to means of communication. The mural by Eugene Savage is dedicated to means of communication. The structure c
The Du Pont Building at the Exposition, New York World's Fair
A series of giant retorts and vessels, mounting 100 feet into the sky and filled with gases and liquids in ever-changing colors, emphasizes the importance of chemistry in the Du Pont Company's exhibit
Palestine Exhihits Building, New York World's Fair 1939
This pavilion, buitl about a patio reminiscent of the age-old Mediterranean tradition, houses an exhibit of the concrete achievements of the Jewish people in the rebuilding of their National Home. El-
Aerial View of the Equitable's Garden of Security at the New York World's Fair
The Greece Building, New York World's Fair
The story of Greece and the glory of her ancient culture is portrayed in this Exhibit thru the medium of paintings and dioramas. Throughout the years Greece has been world-famed for her products and m
Smoke Havana Givars - a sign of good taste
Exhibit presented by the National Commission for Propaganda and Defense of Cuban Tobacco at the New York World's Fair. Cuba is a good neighbor. 75% of its imports are from the United States. Smoke Hav
The Goodrich Sidney Arena, New York World's Fair 1939
In the Goodrich Safety Arena Jimmie Lynch and his dare-devil stunt drivers entertain World's Fair visitors comfortably seated in the covered grandstand. In the Goodrich building is a "Rubber Wonderlan
The Westinghouse Building, New York World's Fair
The Westinghouse Building surmounted by an imposing tower, is shaped like a rounded horseshoe. Many modern marvels are included in this exhibit on the Plaza of Light.
Typical American Farm at Firestone Factory and Exhibition Building, New York World's Fair
Dropped into a modernistic, whirling "World of Tomorrow," in a peaceful, quiet, typical American farm setting, complete with babbling brook, farm building and domestic animals is an interesting and in
The Donut Casino in the Health Building, 300 ft. from the Theme Center, on Constitution Mall. Also visit the Donut Palace in the Amusement Area near the Parachute Jump, New York World's Fair 1939
Czechoslovak Pavilion, New York World's Fair 1939
Consolidated Edison's building
The entire facade of Consolidated Edison's building at the New York World's Fair is a 9,000 square foot sheet of water sent up 42 feet into the air by individual fountains - made even more beautiful b
Sculpture at the World's Fair of 1940, New York - "Women and Deer," by Berta Margouiles, Garden Court - Federal Building
General View of Constitution Mall, Government Area and Theme Center, New York World's Fair 1939
Constitution Mall, leading from the Trylon and Perisphere to the Lagoon of the Nations, which just precedes the Government Area, is surrounded by many of the Fair's most impressive exhibit buildings.
New York: The Empire State prides itself on the world's greatest metropolis, the greatest exposition of all time, of scenic wonders and playgrounds from Niagara to the Hudson
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