The Unisphere
Title:
The Unisphere
New York New York (NY), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
as see from the Promenade of the Court of Nations. Symbol of the New York World's Fair is dedicated to "Peace Through Understanding" and will remain on its site as a permanent gift to the City of New York.


Port of New York Authority - Heliport and Exhibit Building
Title:
Port of New York Authority - Heliport and Exhibit Building
Jumbo/Large Format PM 1964



IBM Pavilion
Title:
IBM Pavilion
New York New York (NY), Jumbo/Large Format PM 1965 Jul-13

Description:
Above the canopy of a forest of steel trees rises the 90-foot-high ovoid theatre of the IBM Pavilion at the 1964-65 New York World's Fair.


New York World's Fair 1964-65
Title:
New York World's Fair 1964-65
New York City New York (NY), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Peace through understanding: Chrysler Corporation's Giant Autofare; Pavillion of Paris; Coca Cola Pavilion; New York State Tent of Tomorrow.



Room with Tables, Chairs and Curtained Windows
Title:
Room with Tables, Chairs and Curtained Windows
New York New York (NY), White Border unused

Description:
A view of one of the comfortable reading rooms in the Christian Science Building at the New York World's Fair. There are two of these rooms, each seating 38 persons. The rooms are air-conditioned for the hot summer months and are also provided with heating equipment for the cooler weather.


"The City of Light"
Title:
"The City of Light"
Chrome unused

Description:
"A penciled radiance etches a golden pattern on the mist..." the beauty of dawn over New York depicted in the Consolidated Edison's "The City of Light," the world's largest diorama, at the New York World's Fair.



General Electric Pavilion
Title:
General Electric Pavilion
Chrome unused


Hall of Free Enterprise
Title:
Hall of Free Enterprise
Chrome unused



Kodak World's Fair Pavilion
Title:
Kodak World's Fair Pavilion
Chrome unused


Alaskan Village
Title:
Alaskan Village
Chrome



Barmaid Serving Lowenbrau Beer, New York World's Fair
Title:
Barmaid Serving Lowenbrau Beer, New York World's Fair
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Foaming steins of Lowenbrau served by charming Bavarian hostesses await thirsty visitors to the New York World's Fair when they enter Lowenbrau Gardens, an authentic replica of an 18th Century Bavarian hamlet.


Lowenbrau Gardens - Original Lowenbrau Brewery Wagon
Title:
Lowenbrau Gardens - Original Lowenbrau Brewery Wagon
Continental Chrome unused



The Japan Pavilion
Title:
The Japan Pavilion
Chrome unused


Hilton Cafe International
Title:
Hilton Cafe International
Chrome PM 1964 Sep-4



Pavilion of American Interiors
Title:
Pavilion of American Interiors
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-65 "Peace through Understanding" This dramatic four-story building, consisting of three linked circular structures, is devoted exclusively to American home furnishings. Well-known manufacturers in the industry display model rooms and exhibits designed by leading stylists. Observation and lounge areas on the second and third floors afford visitors a rest with a panoramic view of the Fair. Manhattan Post Card Co. Inc.


Dynamic Maturity Pavilion
Title:
Dynamic Maturity Pavilion
Chrome unused



Hilton Cafe International
Title:
Hilton Cafe International
Chrome unused


General View of Industrial Area
Title:
General View of Industrial Area
Chrome unused



General Motors Pavilion
Title:
General Motors Pavilion
Chrome unused


Pepsi-Cola Pavilion
Title:
Pepsi-Cola Pavilion
Chrome unused



Caribbean Pavilion
Title:
Caribbean Pavilion
Chrome PM Jul-29


Pepsi-Cola Pavilion
Title:
Pepsi-Cola Pavilion
Chrome PM 1965



Johnson's Wax Pavilion
Title:
Johnson's Wax Pavilion
Chrome unused


The General Electric Pavilion
Title:
The General Electric Pavilion
Chrome unused



Unisphere
Title:
Unisphere
Chrome unused


Autofare - Chrysler Exhibit
Title:
Autofare - Chrysler Exhibit
Chrome unused

Description:
Manhattan Post Card Publ Co.



The Coca-Cola Pavilion
Title:
The Coca-Cola Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
The "Tower of Music" rises from the court of this pavilion. It features the world's largest and finest electronic carillon. Leading carillonneurs from all over the world have been engaged to perform on this unique instrument. The pavilion also features a free "Global Holiday."


Unisphere and Court of Nations
Title:
Unisphere and Court of Nations
Chrome unused



Along the Avenue of the Americas
Title:
Along the Avenue of the Americas
Chrome PM 1965


Unisphere and Court of Nations
Title:
Unisphere and Court of Nations
Chrome unused



Kodak World Fair Pavilion
Title:
Kodak World Fair Pavilion
Chrome


Chrysler Corporation Exhibit
Title:
Chrysler Corporation Exhibit
Chrome unused

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965 - Peace through Understanding. This giant World's Fair Exhibit, called "Auto-fare", has the biggest car in the world, a 50-ft. dragon inside an engine, an auto assembly line, and many other amazing sights.



General Motors Pavilion, New York World's Fair
Title:
General Motors Pavilion, New York World's Fair
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Night illuminations exposes the grandeur of this 50 million dollar exhibit.


The Belgian Village
Title:
The Belgian Village
Chrome unused

Description:
The largest international exhibit at the New York World's Fair, 1965. 164,000 square feet of picturesque old world tradition reflect artistic and cultural heritage. The cobblestone streets, within a complex of about 132 houses of European vintage, bring travel dreams to reality.



The General Electric Pavilion
Title:
The General Electric Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
The World's Fair, N.Y.C. - "Progressland" is the theme of this dynamic pavilion. It shows how electricity has changed the world. An actual demonstration of atomic fusion is presented to the visitor. By night the attractive dome of the building glows with 1,000 lights.


Tower of Light
Title:
Tower of Light
Chrome unused

Description:
Reddy Kilowatt says: "At the New York World's Fair, the Tower of Light is the world's most brilliant welcome light." "A Total Electric Gold Medallion Home is the world's most modern home - it's as clean as electric light itself. See your local electric utility company for complete information."



The Book of Job
Title:
The Book of Job
Chrome unused

Description:
As produced at the Brussels World's Fair, New York World's Fair and on two international tours. Presented each July and August at Pine Memorial State Park, Amphitheatre, Pineville, Kentucky. Dexter Press, Inc.


General Electric Pavilion
Title:
General Electric Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Color New York



Tyrannosaurus Rex, New York's World Fair
Title:
Tyrannosaurus Rex, New York's World Fair
Chrome PM 1965 May-10

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" The largest and most terrifying flesh eating dinosaur that ever lived. Featured at Sin Clair Dinoland. Unisphere


Pepsi-Cola Pavilion/ New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Title:
Pepsi-Cola Pavilion/ New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Chrome unused

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" Animated figures representing children in national costumes entertain visitors on a Walt Disney-created cruise taken in specially designed boats. A UNICEF exhibit is also included.



Caribbean Pavilion / New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Title:
Caribbean Pavilion / New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Chrome unused

Description:
New York World's fair 1964-1965 Corporation "Peace through Understanding" This pavilion is distinguished by two low glass-faced structures with Spanish tile roofs. It features steel bands, Calypso singers, Caribbean dancers and an exhibition of many island products.


Schaefer Center
Title:
Schaefer Center
Chrome unused



African Pavilion - Main Lobby
Title:
African Pavilion - Main Lobby
Chrome unused


Olatunji and his Drums of Passion (Nigeria) Africa Pavilion
Title:
Olatunji and his Drums of Passion (Nigeria) Africa Pavilion
Chrome unused



The Zulu Group - African Pavilion
Title:
The Zulu Group - African Pavilion
Chrome unused


The Zulu Group - African Pavilion
Title:
The Zulu Group - African Pavilion
Chrome unused



The Ivory Coast Group - Africa Pavilion
Title:
The Ivory Coast Group - Africa Pavilion
Chrome unused


The Ivory Coast Group Performing at the Africa Pavilion
Title:
The Ivory Coast Group Performing at the Africa Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
The heavily kaolin painted female has just finished The Diagreba - a dance of invocation with power to elevate or destroy. Her dance concerns the glorious return of her tribe's warriors.



Olatunji and his Drums of Passion (NIgeria) Africa Pavilion
Title:
Olatunji and his Drums of Passion (NIgeria) Africa Pavilion
Chrome unused


The Mexican Pavilion, New York World's Fair 1965
Title:
The Mexican Pavilion, New York World's Fair 1965
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
The Mexican Pavilion presents a rich collection of Mexican art from ancient times through the centuries up to the present day. A huge clay and painted "Trees of Life" candlestick are used as background for one of the hostesses of the Pavilion.



Glide-a-Ride Train and Rocket Thrower
Title:
Glide-a-Ride Train and Rocket Thrower
Chrome unused


Tower of Light
Title:
Tower of Light
Chrome PM 1965

Description:
Total Electric Award. God Medallion Home. Live Better Electrically Reddy Kilowatt says: "At the New York World's Fair, the Tower of Light is the world's most brilliant welcome light "A Total Electric Gold Medallion Home is the world's most modern home - it's as clean as electric light itself. See your local electric utility company for complete information."



Sinclair Dinoland
Title:
Sinclair Dinoland
Chrome unused


Schaefer Center
Title:
Schaefer Center
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965 "Peace through Understanding" The Schaefer Center is unique. The two buildings making up the Center are constructed entirely of plastic and fiberglass. It is a haven for foot-sore and thirsty visitors. One weekends, visitors are met and greeted by outstanding sports celebrities



The Monorail, New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Title:
The Monorail, New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Queens New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
"Peace Through Understanding" On the World's Fair Monorail, built by American Machine & Foundry Company, trains ride below the track, suspended from overhead power units. The route is a loop 4000 feet long circling the Lake Amusement Area 40 feet in the air, and giving a spectacular view of the Fair


Unisphere, New York World's Fair
Title:
Unisphere, New York World's Fair
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
"Peace Through Understanding." The Court of Peace with the Unisphere in the background. The Unisphere is the largest globular structure ever built by man. The National Arts Club has cited the result as "one of the most outstanding achievements in structure sculpture of this decade."



The Japan Pavilion, New York World's Fair
Title:
The Japan Pavilion, New York World's Fair
New York New York (NY), Chrome PM 1965 Sep-28

Description:
1964-65


Vatican Pavilion, New York World's Fair
Title:
Vatican Pavilion, New York World's Fair
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
View of facade and entrance to the Vatican Pavilion, New York World's Fair - 1964-1965. Kiff, Colean, Voss & Souder, Raymond P. Hughes, Luders & Associates, Associated Architects



Schaefer Center, New York World's Fair
Title:
Schaefer Center, New York World's Fair
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
The Schaefer Center is unique and the two buildings making up the Center are constructed entirely of plastic and fiberglass. It is a haven for foot-sore and thirsty visitors. The mosaic tiled 100-foot long bar serves the circular building as well as the outdoor bar, which is surrounded by gorgeous flowering trees. On weekends, visitors are met and greeted by outstanding sports celebrities


View of Schaefer Center
Title:
View of Schaefer Center
Chrome unused

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" The Schaefer Center is unique. The two buildings making up the Center are constructed entirely of plastic and fiberglas. It is a haven for foot-sore and thirsty visitors. On weekends, visitors are met and greeted by outstanding sports celebrities



Pepsi-Cola Pavilion, New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Title:
Pepsi-Cola Pavilion, New York World's Fair 1964-1965
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Animated figures representing children in national costumes will entertain visitors on a Walt Disney-created cruise taken in specially designed boats. A UNICEF exhibit is also included


Schaefer Center, NY World's Fair 1964-1965
Title:
Schaefer Center, NY World's Fair 1964-1965
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" The Schaefer Center is unique. The two buildings making up the Center are constructed entirely of plastic and fiberglas. It is a haven for foot-sore and thirsty visitors. On weekends, visitors are met and greeted by outstanding sports celebrities



Continental Circus, New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Title:
Continental Circus, New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Chrome unused

Description:
Peace through understanding John Ringling North Presents the Continental Circus Follies. First Time in America and the Circus Museum in a 50,000 square foot building seating 5,000 persons


Scene from the General Motors Futurama
Title:
Scene from the General Motors Futurama
New York New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
This General Motors exhibit certainly shows a bright future for the motorist of tomorrow. For the motorist of today, General Motors instalment plan makes it easy to own a new car. Besides it saves him money and provides valuable insurance protection which he needs



The Ford Motor Company Building
Title:
The Ford Motor Company Building
Linen unused

Description:
A half-mile elevated roadway, upon which visitors ride in Ford cars around the exhibition building, out on a viaduct and up a spiralling incline, feature the Ford Company exhibit. Within the building Mr. Ford's idea - the growing interdependence of farm and factory - find graphic expression in displays which include sugar cane, soy beans and cotton among the featured subjects. Walter Dorwin Teague is the designer of the exhibit, and the architect is Albert Kahn


Elgin Watch BUilding
Title:
Elgin Watch BUilding
Linen unused

Description:
Situated just inside World's Fair Boulevard Gate...adjacent to bridge leading to amusement section. Features of the Elgin Watch Building at the New York World's Fair include a fully equipped astronomical observatory and watch museum. There is an animated puppet style show, parading the latest fashions of leading designers. Watches of visitors are rated for accuracy, without charge



View of Constitution Mall Showing the Four Freedoms
Title:
View of Constitution Mall Showing the Four Freedoms
New York New York (NY), Real Photo unused


Continental Circus
Title:
Continental Circus
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Peace Through Understanding John Ringling North Presents the Continental Circus Follies. First Time in America, and the Circus Museum in a 50,000 sq. ft. Building seating 5,000 Persons



The Monorail, "Peace through Understanding"
Title:
The Monorail, "Peace through Understanding"
Chrome unused

Description:
On the World's Fair Monorail, built by American Machine & Foundry Company, trains ride below the track, suspended from overhead power units. The route is a loop 4000 feet long circling the Lake Amusement Area 40 feet in the air, and giving a spectacular view of the Fair


New York World's Fair 1964-1965: "Peace through Understanding"
Title:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965: "Peace through Understanding"
New York (NY), Chrome PM 1964 Aug-11

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965: "Peace through Understanding" Left Side: Fountain of Planets; Top Right: Unisphere Night Scene Bottom Right: Schaefer Center



General Electric Pavilion
Title:
General Electric Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
"Peace through Understanding". "Progressland" is the theme of the General Electric exhibit. Under a huge, gleaming dome suspended from spiraling pipes, the GE exhibit depicts the history of electricity, from its beginnings to the mighty bang of nuclear fusion


The Equitable Life Assurance Societ Pavilion and Demograph
Title:
The Equitable Life Assurance Societ Pavilion and Demograph
Chrome unused

Description:
New York's Worlds Fair 1964-65 The Equitable Pavilion, a contemporary open structure located on the Pool of Industry, houses the famous Equitable Demograph, a 45-foot electronically controlled map of the United States. See for yourself America's growing population brought to life right before your eyes!



The Travelers Insurance Companies Pavilion
Title:
The Travelers Insurance Companies Pavilion
New York New York (NY), Chrome PM 1965

Description:
"The Triumph of Man" This unique building is designed to resemble Travelers famed symbol of insurance protection - the red umbrella. Within this unusual structure is the dramatic diorama "The Triumph of Man" showing man's struggle, growth and major achievements over the centuries


Schaefer Center, "Peace through Understanding"
Title:
Schaefer Center, "Peace through Understanding"
Chrome unused

Description:
The Schaefer Center is unique. The two buildings making up the Center are constructed entirely of plastic and fiberglas. It is a haven for foot-sore and thirsty visitors. On weekends, visitors are met and greeted by outstanding sports celebrities



Italian Line Restaurant
Title:
Italian Line Restaurant
Chrome unused

Description:
Italian Pavilion. A corner of the Zodiac Room which overlooks the flowered Lido Terrace


Unisphere
Title:
Unisphere
Chrome PM 1964

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" Unisphere with New York State Pavilion in background. The Unisphere is the theme symbol of the Fair. Its top is 140 feet above the ground level and the globe is 120 feet in diameter with an open grid of latitudes and longitudes supporting the land masses



Unisphere
Title:
Unisphere
Chrome PM 1964 Jun-22

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965 The Unisphere showing the beautiful Fountain of the Continents beneath it. This reflecting pool is 310 feet in diameter; it dramatizes the interrelation of the peoples of the world and their yearning for "peace through understanding."


The Monorail - New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Title:
The Monorail - New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Chrome unused

Description:
The Monorail - New York World's Fair 1964-1965 "Peace through Understanding" On the World's Fair Monorail, built by American Machine & Foundry Company, trains ride below the track, suspended from overhead power units. The route is a loop 4000 feet long circling the Lake Amusement Area 40 feet in the air, and giving a spectacular view of the Fair



At The World's Fair
Title:
At The World's Fair
Chrome unused

Description:
All roads lead to New York and the fabulous Fair. Industry, State and Federal Governments, Nations of the World and the Amusement Industry have combined to make this the greatest show of all time!


Central Park Boat House
Title:
Central Park Boat House
New York New York (NY), White Border unused

Description:
A beautiful spot in Central Park, the lake being used for boating and swimming, ... ed by strangers and



U.S. Space Park
Title:
U.S. Space Park
Chrome unused

Description:
This is an Atlas-Mercury launch vehicle, standing 92 feet tall, similar to those employed by NASA to launch our astronauts into orbit around the earth


New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Title:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" A general scene of the Fair as viewed from the observation tower of the New York State Pavilion. This view shows the Court of Nations to the left and Truman Promenade to the right where they intersect with the Avenue of the United Nations South



The AMF Monorail
Title:
The AMF Monorail
New York New York (NY), Chrome PM 1964

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-65. "Peace through Understanding" The AMF Monorail ride at the New York World's Fair provides every member of the family with an enjoyable new experience aboard the transportation of the future. While riding in silent air-conditioned comfort three stories above ground, passengers see and can photograph many scenic Fair sights during the eight minute trip. Many riders return for a night time view of the Fair. Shown is one of seven two-car trains which transport passengers to and from the spectacular eighty-foot high station


The Triumph of Man
Title:
The Triumph of Man
Chrome PM 1964

Description:
This unique building is designed to resemble The Travelers famed symbol of insurance protection-the red umbrella. Within this unusual structure is the dramatic diorama "The Triumph of Man" showing man's struggle, growth, and major achievements over the centuries



New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Title:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965
New York New York (NY), Chrome PM 1964

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" Left Side: Monorail; Top Right: Solar Fountain; Bottom Right: General Motors Futurama


New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Title:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
A general scene of the Fair as viewed from the observation tower of the New York State Pavilion. This view shows the Court of Nations to the left and Truman Promenade to the right where they intersect with the Avenue of the United Nations South



Unisphere
Title:
Unisphere
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
The Unisphere is the theme symbol of the Fair, its top is 140 feet above the ground level and the globe is 120 feet in diameter with an open grid of latitudes and longitudes supporting the land masses. The reflecting pool beneath is 310 feet in diameter, it dramatizes the interrelation of the peoples of the world and their yearning for "Peace through Understanding." Dexter Press, Inc


The New York State Exhibit
Title:
The New York State Exhibit
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" Three main structures including a "Tent of Tomorrow," a circular theater showing a panoramic motion picture of New York State and three observation towers



Unisphere
Title:
Unisphere
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
The Unisphere is the theme symbol of the Fair. Its top is 140 feet above the ground level and the globe is 120 feet in diameter with an open grid of latitudes and longitudes, supporting the land masses. The reflecting pool beneath is 310 feet in diameter. It dramatizes the interrelation of the peoples of the world and their yearning for "Peace through Understanding."


Unisphere
Title:
Unisphere
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" The Unisphere is the theme symbol of the Fair, its top is 140 feet above the ground level and the globe is 120 feet in diameter with an open grid of latitudes and longitudes supporting the land masses. The reflecting pool beneath is 310 feet in diameter. It dramatizes the interrelation of the peoples of the world and their yearning for "Peace through Understanding."



Autofare
Title:
Autofare
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
This is "Autofare," Chrysler Corporation's Giant World's Fair Exhibition. New York World's Fair 1964-1965. What's there? A Max Liebman musical comedy; 50-ft. dragon inside an engine; auto production line; biggest car in the world; auto-animal "zoo;" Show-Go-Round; Chrysler Turbine car; Amazing Autofrog; 10-story rocket; marionettes; zookeeper; dance of the nuts and bolts; 2500-lb Auto-Mantis; Car-Gauge gliders; 10 mechanical showmen; sky-high truck "Gazebo;" 800-chair sit-a-del


The New York State Exhibit
Title:
The New York State Exhibit
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
The Tent of Tomorrow has the world's biggest suspension roof made up of translucent colored panels and supported by sixteen concrete columns 100 feet high. There are three observation towers, one of which is the tallest structure at the Fair



Tower of Light
Title:
Tower of Light
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" The world's most powerful searchlight beam rises from the center of this unusual building. The exterior walls consist of 600 aluminum prisms in a unique pattern


The New York State Exhibit
Title:
The New York State Exhibit
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" Three main structures including a "Tent of Tomorrow," a circular theatre showing a panoramic motion picture of New York State and three observation towers Dexter Press, Inc



The Vatican Pavilion: N. Y. C. World's Fari
Title:
The Vatican Pavilion: N. Y. C. World's Fari
Chrome unused


Standard Brands Marionette Show
Title:
Standard Brands Marionette Show
Chrome unused

Description:
The Standard Brands Marionette Show is one of the outstanding features of The New York World's Fair. The cast is made up of Marionettes of Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy, Rudy Vallee, Don Ameche and Dorothy Lamour, supported with a girl chorus, circus performers, animals and others. All of the Puppets were made by the world famous puppeteer, Miss Sue Hastings



Pope Paul VI
Title:
Pope Paul VI
Chrome unused

Description:
Medallion of Pope Paul VI from the Vatican Pavilion Exhibit at the New York World's Fair


New York World's Fair, Main Entrance to the Operations BUilding
Title:
New York World's Fair, Main Entrance to the Operations BUilding
New York New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
A night view of the main entrance to the Operations Building. The murals are by Herman Van Cott, Robert W. Cutler and Corbett & MacMurray, architects C.T. Art-Colortone



Heinz Dome, New York World's Fair
Title:
Heinz Dome, New York World's Fair
Linen PM 1940 Jun-19

Description:
The beauty of the night lighting during the New York World's Fair is suggested in this striking phontograph taken during a night test. It shows the trees, illuminated by hidden capillary mercury tubes, and the 90-foot high Heinz dome, bathed in indirect flourescent tube lighing - all reflected in a pool in Consitution Mall. Buildings at the Fair take on a brightness and color from these new sources of light, as a climax to the Cosmic Ray opening night spectacle at the Trylon and Perisphere


Unisphere, New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Title:
Unisphere, New York World's Fair 1964-1965
New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" The Unisphere in the Fountain of the Continents as seen from the observation tower of the New York State Pavilion. The United States Pavilion and Shea stadium show prominently in the backgound. Copyright 1961, 1962, 1964 New York World's Fair 1964-1965 Corporation Dexter



The New York State Exhibit At Night
Title:
The New York State Exhibit At Night
New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965 "Peace through Understanding" The Tent of Tomorrow has the world's biggest suspension roof made up of translucent colored panels and supported by sixteen concrete columns 100 feet high. There are three observation towers, one of which is the tallest structure at the Fair


Autofare - Chrysler Corporation's Giant World's Fair Exhibition
Title:
Autofare - Chrysler Corporation's Giant World's Fair Exhibition
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965. What's there? A Max Liebman musical comedy; 50-ft. dragon inside an engine; auto production line; biggest car in the world; auto-animal "zoo"; Show-Go-Round; Chrysler Turbine car; amazing Autofrog; 10-story rocket; marionettes; zookeeper; dance of the nuts and bolts; 2500-lb. Auto-Mantis; car-gauge gliders; 10 mechanical showmen; sky-high truck "Gazebo"; 800-chair sit-a-del



Peace through Understanding
Title:
Peace through Understanding
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Model of the New York World's Fair 1964-1965 "Peace through Understanding"


Thailand Pavilion
Title:
Thailand Pavilion
New York New York (NY), Chrome PM 1965

Description:
Thailand Pavilion New York World's Fair 1964-1965 "Peace through Understanding" One of the most photogenic sites in the fair. Under the ornate red and gold of Thai Mondop, or shire, are exhibits of Thai arts and handcrafts, including Thai bronze and silver jewelry



The Festival of Gas
Title:
The Festival of Gas
New York New York (NY), Chrome PM 1964

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-65 "Peace through Understanding" "First of the Fair" - the gas industry's exhibit helped set the festive mood of the Fair with its Carousel, Fun House, Puppet show, and the Festival Restaurant, which uses gas for cooking, cooling and to generate electric power


The Protestant & Orthodox Center
Title:
The Protestant & Orthodox Center
Chrome unused

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965 "Peace through Understanding" This united Christian Exposition proclaims the theme, "Jesus Christ, the Light of the World." An elevated, illuminated cross towers over the Center which features a Court of Protestant and Orthodox Pioneers, an Exhibit Pavilion, a Theatre, a Children's Center and a Music Garden. The center is sponsored by the Protestant



The Coca-Cola Pavilion
Title:
The Coca-Cola Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
The "Tower of Music" rises from the court of this pavilion. It features the world's largest and finest electronic carillon. Leading carillonneurs from all over the world have been engaged to perform on this unique instrument. The pavilion also features a free "Global Holiday." Dexter Press, INC


Christian Science Pavilion
Title:
Christian Science Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
Designed by Edward Durrell Stone, noted architect, to include a structure with landscaping and garden areas to express all the beauty and harmony which the Cristian Science religion conveys



Unisphere
Title:
Unisphere
Chrome unused

Description:
Unisphere with New York State Pavilion in background. The Unisphere is the theme symbol of the Fair. Its top is over 140 feet above the ground level and the globe is 120 feet in diameter with an open grid of latitudes and longitudes supporting the land masses. Its symbol is "Peace through Understanding."


Court of the President of the United States of America
Title:
Court of the President of the United States of America
Chrome unused

Description:
Series DT-87185-B The Court of the President of The United States of America showing the Polynesian Restaurant in the background. The South Sea island "long house" restaurant specializes in South Sea cuisine, featuring fish, chicken and pork. Palm trees are planted about and there is a lagoon where beautiful Polynesian girls pilot outrigger canoes and natives dive for oysters



Republic of China
Title:
Republic of China
Chrome unused

Description:
Series DT-87181-B A red and gold oriental palace in a landscaped is the setting for the exhibit of Nationalist China. The pavilion is full of rare and beautiful objects of art. In the background is the Swiss Sky Ride, on of the highest rides at the Fair, 113 feet in the air: a one way trip covers1875 feet and takes four minutes and provides panoramic views of the Fair grounds Dexter Press, Inc


U.S. Rubber
Title:
U.S. Rubber
Chrome unused

Description:
Series DT-87189-B Visitors may ride four to a gondola on an 80-foot Ferris Wheel disguised as a giant tire. The tire, which is floodlighted at night, stands in a landscaped area; at the entrance to the ride are interesting displays of the company's products. This ride offers a spectacular view of the fairgrounds Dexter Press, Inc



Aerial View Of New York International Airport
Title:
Aerial View Of New York International Airport
Chrome unused

Description:
One of the world's greatest airports, it opens a new era in the comfortable and efficient handling of passengers in the modern jet age. The Arrival Building – with its Airline Wing Buildings shown in the center, is 2300 feet or 11 city blocks long. The parking fields hold 6,000 cars.


India Pavilion
Title:
India Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
New York World's Fair. 1964-1965. The entrance hall of the India Pavilion with the Sarnath Buddha from the Fifth Century and the Hindu temple Bronzes from the 12th and 13th Centuries



Model Of The New York World's Fair 1964-65
Title:
Model Of The New York World's Fair 1964-65
Chrome unused

Description:
“Peace through Understanding”


New York World's Fair
Title:
New York World's Fair
Chrome unused

Description:
“Peace through Understanding” A general scene of the Fair as viewed from the observation tower of the New York State Pavilion. This view shows the Court of Nations to the left and Truman Promenade to the right where they intersect with the Avenue of the United Nations South



Schaefer Center
Title:
Schaefer Center
Chrome unused

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965. “Peace through Understanding” The Schaefer Center is unique. The two buildings making up the Center are constructed entirely of plastic and fiberglas. It is a haven for foot-sore and thirsty visitors. On weekends, visitors are met and greeted by outstanding sports celebrities.


The Solar Fountain
Title:
The Solar Fountain
Chrome unused

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-65. “Peace through Understanding” This beautiful fountain has a central column of water rising 30 feet and is crowned by a “starburst” from which delicate streams cascade downward



Unisphere®
Title:
Unisphere®
Chrome unused

Description:
Looking down on the Unisphere and the Court of Nations. The reflecting pool beneath the Unisphere is 310 feet in diameter and dramatizes the interrelation of the peoples of the world and their yearning for “Peace through Understanding.”


The Astral Fountain
Title:
The Astral Fountain
Chrome unused

Description:
The over-all beauty of the New York 1964-1965 World's Fair is enhanced with the cascading beauty of several fountains placed at strategic points on the 646 acres of the Fair. The Astral Fountain spouts a 70-foot column of water enclosed in an open-work cylinder, studded with stars and rotating within a framework of jetted water spouts.



The Bell System Exhibit
Title:
The Bell System Exhibit
Chrome unused

Description:
The Bell System exhibit is located on a 2½ acre site on the Pool of Industry opposite the Unisphere. Its gleaming white upper section - a 400 foot long floating wing that stands 24 feet above the ground - houses an exciting ride, which tells the story of human communications. Moving chairs - equipped with loudspeakers - take fair-goers through a series of theaters that combine three-dimensional settings, motion pictures and still projections. During the 12-minute trip, the passengers see communications expand from primitive drum signaling to the operation of global and space networks. Animated displays, demonstrations and visitor-participation exhibits in the lower section of the pavilion explain the evolution of communications systems, and the science and technology on which they depend.


The Coca-Cola Company Pavilion
Title:
The Coca-Cola Company Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
The Coca-Cola Tower, rising from the court of this pavilion, features the world's largest and finest electronic carillon. The pavilion also features a unique, free "Global Holiday," the U.S.O. Lounge and the American Radio Relay League.



The Festival Of Gas Pavilion
Title:
The Festival Of Gas Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
Visitors get their first view of the pavilion while riding on the world's largest Carousel, complete with giant prancing horses. Moving ramps carry people to the Carousel high above the main floor of the pavilion. Following the four-minute ride, visitors see the special attractions of the pavilion, at their own leisure. These include: the Fun House of the Future, a demonstration of life tomorrow; the Festival Puppet Show; a Magic Show, featuring the "everyday" magic of industry; a Garden of the Giants, where gas fired turbines and tiny fuel cells create most of the power, electricity, heating and cooling for the pavilion; a Theatre of Food, with Performances by famous chefs from all over the world; and one of the famous restaurants at the World's Fair . . . the Festival '64".


The General Motor Futurama Building
Title:
The General Motor Futurama Building
Chrome unused

Description:
The nearly 230,000 square foot General Motors Futurama building is a landmark for Fair visitors. Entrance to the huge white building is a ten story high canopy, constructed of 39 spars rising 110 feet along its face. Behind the canopy, the main portion of the 680 foot long building houses the exciting 1,700 foot Futurama ride. The building terminates in a dramatic domed pavilion, in which current General Motors cars and other products will be displayed. On top of the pavilion, rising the equivalent of eight stories above the ground, is a 40 foot wide sculptured indicator which revolves, flashing the time and temperature in large illuminated numerals.



The Johnson's Wax Disk Theater
Title:
The Johnson's Wax Disk Theater
Chrome unused

Description:
Soaring 80-foot columns that arch over and suspend a giant disk 90 feet in diameter are the most dramatic features of the Johnson's Wax pavilion for the 1964-65 New York World's Fair. The huge disk, sheathed in gold anodized aluminum, contains a 600-seat theater featuring color films and children's entertainment. Access to the theater is via elevated walkways. a companion building contains educational exhibits. There is also a free shoe-shine center and home information center available to World's Fair visitors.


The New York State Exhibit
Title:
The New York State Exhibit
Chrome unused

Description:
Geared to the theme "State Fair of the Future", the New York State Exhibit provides a fascinating display of permanent exhibits and an everchanging daily panorama of performance and contests in the huge Tent of Tomorrow. Visitors ride to the Astro - View of the Fair in the high-speed capsules scaling the exterior of huge towers alongside the Tent. Finally, they may view a 360° motion picture, projected on the walls of the Theaterama, which completes the exhibit. The Tent of Tomorrow is the heart of the State exhibit. An elliptical shaped, 350 ft. by 250 ft. structure whose outer support is sixteen white concrete columns, 100 ft. tall, the Tent features the world's largest suspension roof.



The Tower Of Light
Title:
The Tower Of Light
Chrome unused

Description:
The spectacular Tower of Light, the Electric Power and Light Companies pavilion, features a 12 billion candle power welcome light that can be seen for miles in every direction. It is the greatest concentration of exposition lighting in the world - brighter than 50 illuminated Yankee Stadiums or 340,000 automobile headlights. At night, the hundreds of aluminum panels are bathed in ever-changing colored lights, while during the day, the building reflects the sun's rays with a magic irridescence. Inside, visitors ride a revolving "magic carpet" through "The Brightest Show on Earth," a light hearted musical using three dimensional animated figures, dramatic lighting effects, music, dialogue and motion pictures to tell the story of the (investor owned) electric utility industry.


The Travelers Exhibit
Title:
The Travelers Exhibit
Chrome unused

Description:
"The Triumph of Man". The Travelers Exhibit is housed in a unique building - one that is patterned after its familiar symbol of insurance protection . . . The red umbrella. Within this structure is a dioramic portrayal of man's struggle and growth against untold odds to reach his stature of today. It begins in prehistoric times - more than tow billion years ago and shows his progress through centuries upon centuries to the present. You have the feeling of being there - a part of each episode - living it yourself in al lits color, splendor and grimness. You hear the sounds of the day, the noises of battles, the cries of man's agonies, the glories of achievement. You hear and see it all . . . just as it once was.



Unisphere Night Scene
Title:
Unisphere Night Scene
Chrome unused

Description:
The Unisphere® is the theme symbol of the Fair. Its top is 140 feet above ground level and the globe is 120 feet in diameter with an open grid of latitudes and longitudes supporting the land masses. The reflecting pool beneath is 310 feet in diameter. It dramatizes the interrelation of the peoples of the world and their yearning for "Peace through Understanding."


The Japan Pavilion New York World's Fair
Title:
The Japan Pavilion New York World's Fair
Chrome unused

Description:
The Japan Pavilion New York World's Fair 1964-65



The Japan Pavilion New York World's Fair
Title:
The Japan Pavilion New York World's Fair
Chrome unused


New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Title:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Chrome unused

Description:
The Unisphere? is the theme symbol of the Fair. Its top is 140 feet above ground level and the globe is 120 feet in diameter with an open grid of latitudes and longitudes supporting the land masses. The reflecting pool beneath is 310 feet in diameter. It dramatizes the interrelation of the peoples of the world and their yearning for "Peace through Understanding."



Walter's International Wax Museum
Title:
Walter's International Wax Museum
Chrome unused

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965. "Peace through Understanding". The Museum contains more than 30 life-size tableaux based on famous paintings, historical and contemporary figures, mythology, religious events and motion picture and television personalities.


The Port Of New York Authority
Title:
The Port Of New York Authority
Chrome unused

Description:
Heliport and Exhibit Building "Air Gateway to the Fair" The first building completed and Opened to the public prior to the opening of the Fair with "shuttle air bus" service linking it to airports in the vicinity.



Unisphere
Title:
Unisphere
Chrome PM 1965 Jun-07

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965. The Unisphere showing the beautiful fountain of the continents beneath it. This reflecting pool is 310 feet in diameter it dramatizes the interrelation of the peoples of the World and their yearning for "Peace through Understanding."


A Great Big Hello From The World's Fair 1964
Title:
A Great Big Hello From The World's Fair 1964
Chrome unused

Description:
Rockefeller Center, showing RCA Building and Channel Garden New York, N. Y.



Thailand Pavilion
Title:
Thailand Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
Thailand Pavilion New York World's Fair 1964-1965 "Peace through Understanding" One of the most photogenic buildings in the Fair. Under the ornate red-and-gold roof of a Tai Mondop, or Shrine, are exhibits of Thai arts and handicrafts, including Thai bronze and silver jewelry.


The Solar Fountain 1964
Title:
The Solar Fountain 1964
Chrome PM 1964

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" This beautiful fountain has a central column of water rising 30 feet and is crowned by a "starburst" from which delicate streams cascade downward.



U.S. Space Park
Title:
U.S. Space Park
Chrome


A View of Constitution Mall, New York World's Fair
Title:
A View of Constitution Mall, New York World's Fair
Linen unused

Description:
A View of Constitution Mall This 2000 ft. esplanade will be lined with hundreds of trees, shrubs and glowing fountains. Five picturesque lagoons with their beautiful waterfalls will make a charming background for some of the largest exhibit buildings, the Perisphere and Trylon, the largest sundial in the world, and several heroic creations of the sculptor's art.



Unisphere
Title:
Unisphere
Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Press, Inc.


General Electric Pavilion
Title:
General Electric Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Press, Inc.



The Royal Drummers of the Kingdom of Burundi
Title:
The Royal Drummers of the Kingdom of Burundi
Chrome unused

Description:
The Royal Drummers of the Kingdom of Burundi coming on stage - the outdoor center of entertainment by four African dance and drum groups at the Africa Pavilion.


Africa Pavilion
Title:
Africa Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
Individual and general exhibits of 24 independent nations. A 12-minute movie summary of Africa. Four groups of African entertainers perform on the outdoor stage. Jungle beasts, snakes and birds spot the grounds. The Tree Top Restaurant of the seven rondavels serves African cuisine.



Africa Pavilion / New York Worlds Fair 1964-1965
Title:
Africa Pavilion / New York Worlds Fair 1964-1965
Chrome unused

Description:
Africa Pavilion: An exhibit of Burundi, Cameroon, Chad, Central African Republic, Congo (Brazzaville), Congo (Leopoldville), Dahomey, Ethiopia, Gabon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Liberia, Malagasy Republic, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Somalia, Tanganyika, Togo, Uganda, Upper Volta.


Shaefer Center
Title:
Shaefer Center
Chrome unused

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" The Schaefer Center is unique. The two buildings making up the Center are constructed entirely of plastic and fiberglas. It is a haven for foot-sore and thirsty visitors. On weekends, visitors are met and greeted by outstanding sports celebrities.



Hello from New York - The World's Fair City
Title:
Hello from New York - The World's Fair City
Chrome unused


World's Most Modern Tire-Production Line
Title:
World's Most Modern Tire-Production Line
Chrome unused

Description:
Firestone builds today, the tire of tomorrow-production line, Firestone factory and exhibition building. Here, the world's most modern tire is built with the world's most modern and most efficient tire machinery. Each step in the manufacturing process unfolds before your eyes-from the mixing of the raw rubber and chemicals and the gum-dipping of the safety-lock cords to application of the gear grip tread and the wrappings of the finished tire. You actually see how greater strength and safety is locked into Firestone Champion Tires



Souvenir Swedenborgian Exhibit, New York World's Fair
Title:
Souvenir Swedenborgian Exhibit, New York World's Fair
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
The Swedenborgian Exhibit at the New York World's Fair 1964-65 is a representation of the renowned Wayfarers' Chapel, Portuguese Bend, California, which was designed by Lloyd Wright and erected to the memory of Emanuel Swedenborg


The AMF Monorail, New York World's Fair
Title:
The AMF Monorail, New York World's Fair
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
The AMF Monorail ride at the New York World's Fair provides every member of the family with an enjoyable new experience aboard the transportation of the future. While riding in silent air-conditioned comfort three stories above ground, passengers see and can photograph many scenic fair sights during the eight minute trip. Many riders return for a night time view of the Fair. Shown is one of seven two-car trains which transport passengers to and from the spectacular eighty-foot high station



Tower of Light, New York World's Fair, 1964-1965
Title:
Tower of Light, New York World's Fair, 1964-1965
Chrome unused

Description:
Reddy Kilowatt says: "At the New York World's Fair, the Tower of Light is the world's most brilliant welcome light. A Total Electric Gold Medallion Home is the world's most modern home - it's as clean as electric light itself. See your local electric utility company for complete information."


Pepsi-Cola Pavilion, New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Title:
Pepsi-Cola Pavilion, New York World's Fair 1964-1965
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
"Peace through understanding" Animated figures representing children in national costumes entertain visitors on a Walt Disney-created cruise taken in specially designed boats. A UNICEF exhibit is also included



Subway and Railroad Entrance
Title:
Subway and Railroad Entrance
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused


U. S. Space Park, New York World's Fair, 1964-1965
Title:
U. S. Space Park, New York World's Fair, 1964-1965
Chrome unused

Description:
Titan II stands 110 feet high with a Gemini capsule in position for launch. A similar Gemini capsule can be seen at the lower left hand side of Titan II. Gemini is scheduled to carry two astronauts into orbit around the earth sometime during 1965



Kodak's World Fair Pavilion
Title:
Kodak's World Fair Pavilion
Chrome unused


Looking Down on the Unisphere and the Court of Nations
Title:
Looking Down on the Unisphere and the Court of Nations
Chrome unused

Description:
The reflecting pool beneath the Unisphere is 310 feet in diameter and dramatizes the interrelation of the peoples of the world and their yearning for "Peace through Understanding."



Tyrannosaurus Rex
Title:
Tyrannosaurus Rex
Chrome unused

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" The largest and most terrifying flesh eating dinosaur that ever lived, featured at Sinclair Dinoland


Gateway to Mexico Patio, The Texas Pavilion
Title:
Gateway to Mexico Patio, The Texas Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Press, Inc



US Space Park - New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Title:
US Space Park - New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Chrome unused

Description:
US Space Park - New York World's Fair 1964-1965 Saturn V Boat Tail - The 52-foot tall business end of the largest launch vehicle in the world, showing the five engines which will develop 7,500,000 pounds of thrust at take-off, and send three Americans to the moon


The New York State Exhibit At Night
Title:
The New York State Exhibit At Night
Chrome unused

Description:
The Tent of Tomorrow has the world's biggest suspension roof made up of translucent colored panels and supported by sixteen concrete columns 100 feet high. There are three observation towers, one of which is the tallest structure of the Fair



Observation Towers at the New York State Exhibit at Night
Title:
Observation Towers at the New York State Exhibit at Night
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965. "Peace through Understanding" This is the tallest structure at the Fair, with a 230 foot Observation Tower. The main rotunda below is actually a circular theatre offering free daily programs of entertainment


The Coca-Cola Company Pavilion
Title:
The Coca-Cola Company Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
The Coca-Cola Tower, rising from the court of this pavilion, features the world's largest and finest electric carillon. The pavilion also features a unique, free "Global Holiday", the U.S.O Lounge and the American Radio Relay League



Republic of China Pavilion , New York World's Fair
Title:
Republic of China Pavilion , New York World's Fair
Chrome unused

Description:
Breathtaking front view of 4-stoy building framed by ceremonial arch Dexter Press, Inc


Theme Center, New York World's Fair
Title:
Theme Center, New York World's Fair
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
700 ft. Tyrlon and 200 ft. Perisphere at the center of Fair. Within the Perisphere is a dramatic portrayal of the World of Tomorrow



Kodak Pavilion
Title:
Kodak Pavilion
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965 "Peace Through Understanding". The most complete and colorful exhibit ever assembled to display photography's impact on our lives will be housed in this two-level pavilion topped by an 81-foot-high Picture Tower displaying the world's largest outdoor color prints. There will be picture-taking vantage points and an Information Center for shutterbugs


The Belgian Village
Title:
The Belgian Village
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
The largest international exhibit at the New York World's Fair, 1965. 164,000 square feet of picturesque old world tradition reflect artistic and cultural heritage. The cobblestone streets, within a complex of about 132 houses of European vintage, bring travel dreams to reality



General Electric Pavilion at Night
Title:
General Electric Pavilion at Night
New York New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" "Progressland" is the theme of the General Electric exhibit. Under a huge, gleaming dome suspended from spiraling pipes, the GE exhibit depicts the history of electricity, from its beginnings to the might bang of nuclear fusion


The Belgian Village
Title:
The Belgian Village
New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
The largest international exhibit at the New York World's Fair, 1965. 164,000 square feet of picturesque old world tradition reflect artistic and cultural heritage. The cobblestone streets, within a complex of about 132 houses of European vintage, bring travel dreams to reality



Unisphere at New York Worlds Fair 1964-1965
Title:
Unisphere at New York Worlds Fair 1964-1965
Chrome unused

Description:
The Unisphere as seen from the Promenade of the Court of Nations. Symbol of the New York Worlds Fair is dedicated to "Peace through Understanding" and will remain on its site as a permanent gift to the City of New York


The AMF Monorail New York Worlds Fair
Title:
The AMF Monorail New York Worlds Fair
Chrome PM 1964 Feb-7

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" The AMF Monorail ride at the New York World's Fair provides every member of the family with an enjoyable new experience aboard the transportation of the future. While riding in silent air conditioned comfort three stores above ground, passengers see and can photograph many scenic Fair sights during the eight minute trip. Many riders return for a night time view of the Fair. Shown is one of seven two-car trains which transport passengers to and from the spectacular eighty-foot high station



Masonic Brotherhood Center
Title:
Masonic Brotherhood Center
Chrome unused

Description:
Sponsored by the Grand Lodge, Free & Accepted Masons of the State of New York. New York World's Fair 1964-65 This strikingly superb building on Avenue of the Americas features an exhibit hall, lounge, rest rooms and patio. Its unusually interesting exhibits embrace 6 centuries, portraying world famous Masons, their historic achievements, and Masonry's contributions to mankind. Its theme: "Brotherhood, the Foundation of World Peace." All visitors are welcome Manhattan Post Card Pub. Co


The Billy Graham Pavilion
Title:
The Billy Graham Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
Located on New York Avenue at Avenue of the Americas, near the main gate of the fair, this beautiful pavilion houses a film theatre and exhibits of the world-wide ministry of the Billy Graham Crusades. Every hour from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., in the air-conditioned theatre, the color motion picture entitled "Man in the Fifth Dimension" is presented in 70mm TODD-AO, on the wide screen. Admission free



Sinclair Dinoland
Title:
Sinclair Dinoland
Chrome unused

Description:
Featuring nine life-sized prehistoric monsters that roamed the earth millions of years ago


International Business Machines and Coca Cola Pavilions
Title:
International Business Machines and Coca Cola Pavilions
Chrome unused

Description:
As seen from Court of the Moon. The World's Fair, N.Y.C



Kennedy Circle Looking Southwest
Title:
Kennedy Circle Looking Southwest
Chrome unused

Description:
At The World's Fair, N.Y.C. Showing left to right, U.S. (Federal) Pavilion, Ford Motor, New Mexico, Illinois, W. Virginia and Maryland Pavilions


Transportation Area at the World's Fair, NYC
Title:
Transportation Area at the World's Fair, NYC
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Series WF408 Showing left to right, U.S. Royal, SKF, and Travel and Transportation Pavilion. In foreground is Chrysler Pavilion Pool



General Foods Arch
Title:
General Foods Arch
Chrome unused

Description:
This area could be called the starting point of the Fair since most people will come by subway and train and see this area first. Pictured left to right are American Express, Gen'l. Foods Arch No. 1, Billy Graham Tower and the Federal Pavilion


The General Electric Pavilion
Title:
The General Electric Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
"Progressland" is the theme of this dynamic pavilion. It shows how electricity has changed the world. An actual demonstration of atomic fusion is presented to the visitor. By night the attractive dome of the building glows with 1000 lights



Unisphere
Title:
Unisphere
Chrome unused

Description:
The Unisphere is the theme symbol of the Fair. It's top is 140 feet above ground level and the globe is 120 feet in diameter with and open grid of latitudes and longitudes supporting the land masses. The reflecting Pool beneath is 310 feet in diameter. It dramatizes the interrelation of the peoples of the world and their yearning for "Peace through Understanding."


Pepsi-Cola Pavilion
Title:
Pepsi-Cola Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
Animated figures representing children in national costumes will entertain visitors on a Walt Disney-created cruise taken in specially designed boats. A UNICEF exhibit is also included



Greetings from the World's Fair City
Title:
Greetings from the World's Fair City
Chrome unused

Description:
At The World's Fair, N.Y.C. Left - General Foods Arch No. 1 Top - Bell Pavilion at Night Bottom - Fountain of the Planets At World's Fair, N.Y.C


Unisphere and Rockefeller Center
Title:
Unisphere and Rockefeller Center
Chrome unused

Description:
The Unisphere, theme symbol featured at the New York World's Fair, 1964-65 and the unique Lower Plaza of Rockefeller Center. See both in New York City, "The Wonder City."



General Electric Pavilion
Title:
General Electric Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
"Progressland" is the theme of the General Electic exhibit. Under a huge, gleaming dome suspended from spiraling pipes, the GE exhibit depicts the history of electricity, from its beginnings to the mighty bang of nuclear fusion. Admission is free to the show produced by Walt Disney; the audience is carried past a number of stages; there are reflecting mirrors, starling visual and sound projections, and, in the climax, neutron counters and other instruments to document graphically the demonstration of controlled thermonuclear fusion Manhattan Post Card Pub. Co


Edison's Building
Title:
Edison's Building
Chrome unused

Description:
The entire facade of Consolidated Edison's building at the New York World's Fair is a 9000 square foot sheet of water sent up 42 feet into the air by individual fountains-made even more beautiful by lighting and color. Inside is the spectacular diorama - “The City of Light.”



Pepsi-Cola Pavilion
Title:
Pepsi-Cola Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
“Peace through Understanding” Animated figures representing children in national costumes entertain visitors on a Walt Disney-created cruise taken in specially designed boats. A UNICEF exhibit is also included


State Of Oklahoma
Title:
State Of Oklahoma
Chrome unused

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-65. This exhibit emphasizes Oklahoma's water development program and the State's natural beauties. The focal point is a large lake and a series of waterfalls adjacent to a 100-foot long topographical map of the State, allowing visitors literally to tour Oklahoma. The overall atmosphere is one of quiet and relaxation.



The Chapel Of The Good Shepherd In The Vatican Pavilion
Title:
The Chapel Of The Good Shepherd In The Vatican Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
The Chapel of the Good Shepherd in the Vatican Pavilion at the New York World's Fair. The Pavilion was designed by Kiff, Colean, Voss & Souder, Raymond P. Hughes, Luders & Associates.


The Collegiate Cap And Gown Company
Title:
The Collegiate Cap And Gown Company
Chrome unused

Description:
The Collegiate Cap and Gown Company exhibit is located on the main floor of the Hall of Education at the fabulous New York World's Fair. This dramatic exhibit, accenting the importance of schools and churches in everyday life, has all of Collegiate's products and services available for your inspection.



Unisphere®
Title:
Unisphere®
Chrome unused

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-65. Looking down on the Unisphere and the Court of Nations. The reflecting pool beneath the Unisphere is 310 feet in diameter and dramatizes the interrelation of the peoples of the world and their yearning for “Peace through Understanding.”


Continental Circus
Title:
Continental Circus
Chrome unused

Description:
John Ringing North Presents the Continental Circus Follies, First Time in America, and the Circus Museum in a 50,000 sq. fit. Building seating 5,000 Persons.



General Cigar Pavilion
Title:
General Cigar Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
The only tobacco company exhibiting at the Fair. A 10 foot diameter smoke ring will rise every 20 seconds 150 feet above the Fair grounds and will be visible from many points in New York City and beyond


General Electric Pavilion
Title:
General Electric Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
"Progressland" is the theme of the General Electric exhibit. Under a huge, gleaming dome suspended from spiraling pipes, the GE exhibit depicts the history of electricity, from its beginnings to the mighty bang of nuclear fusion. Admission is free to the show produced by Walt Disney; the audience is carried past a number of stages; there are reflecting mirrors, startling visual and sound projections, and, in the climax, neutron counters and other instruments to document graphically the demonstration of controlled thermonuclear fusion.



Port Of New York Authority Heliport
Title:
Port Of New York Authority Heliport
Chrome unused

Description:
Centrally located in the Transportation Section of the New York 1964-1965 World's Fair, the Port of New York Authority Building provides landing space for express shuttle air (bus) service from Manhattan and other Authority airports to the building's Heliport, 120 feet above ground. A restaurant immediately below the Heliport commands a spectacular view of the Fair grounds with space for 1,000 guests at a time. restaurant and landing space are supported by four tapered columns which also will house the elevators.


The Christian Science Pavilion
Title:
The Christian Science Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
The Christian Science Pavilion is a peaceful, inspirational spot on the Fairgrounds. Designed by Edward Durell Stone, the main exhibit building and adjacent reading room structure occupies a 40,000 square foot site in he International Section. The landscaping creates a French park with groupings of individual chairs in shaded areas where people may read or sit quietly. The exhibit building is designed in the shape of the seven-pointed star set in a pool of water with 14 fountains. It is topped with a 35 foot translucent dome to give the building a feeling of openness, radiance and light. the dome and fountains are illuminated at night.



The Eastman Kodak Pavilion
Title:
The Eastman Kodak Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
In the design of the Kodak Pavilion, Will Burtin has succeeded in creating a building that is an inescapable focal point of the Fair grounds. The pavilion tower, surmounted by five of the world's largest color prints, is bathed by 1,200,000 watts of illumination day and night, and rises more than 80 feet above the fairgrounds. The 69,000 square feet of the site is largely protected from the weather but invitingly open, with its display of pictures from every corner of the world . . . the result of more than a million miles of travel by Kodak's picture taking crews. There are rest spots, and garden sports, a children's area, and two theaters where visitors will enjoy unusual film presentations.


The Hall Of Education
Title:
The Hall Of Education
Chrome unused

Description:
A three-story structure, the Hall of Education with 90,000 square feet of floor area, appears light and airy through a futuristic design featuring a sculptured, multi-colored, three dimensional screen, 100 feet in width and 25 feet high, which will suggest the wide range of subjects in the field of education. With a new symbol of education as a main floor attraction, the building will house a convention hall equipped for television broadcasting, and a number of other halls with moving walls for flexibility in showing instructional materials. A "School of Tomorrow" is located on the second floor.



The House Of Good Taste
Title:
The House Of Good Taste
Chrome unused

Description:
The Gracious way of American life is portrayed at the New York 1964-1965 World's Fair through a two-acre exhibit, the "House of Good Taste," with three beautiful homes and gardens and featuring outstanding interiors, modern appliances and the finest in architecture. Sponsored by the American Institute of Approval, a national, non-profit organization of women with Lady Malcolm Douglas-Hamilton as its director, the exhibit emphasizes outdoor living with specially designed swimming pools and landscaping. Each home, priced at from $25,000 to $40,000 also has a two-car garage.


The IBM Pavilion
Title:
The IBM Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
The atmosphere of the IBM Pavilion at the New York World's Fair 1964-65 is that of a garden. Tall steel trees form a green translucent cover for a series of colorful exhibits that offer simple and entertain explanations of computers and other modern information-handling devices. The main attraction is the "Information Machine", an ovoid theatre raised 90 feet above the ground. To Reach the ovoid theatre, a series of elevated walkways lead visitors to 12 tiers of moving seats, a "People Wall." Audiences of some 400 at a time are lifted on the Wall by hydraulic mechanism into the theatre where they are shown how the methods used by computer systems are similar to those used to solve human problems in everyday life.



The Japan Pavilion
Title:
The Japan Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-65


The Mormon Pavilion
Title:
The Mormon Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
Focal point of the New York World's Fair Pavilion of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a replica of the east spires of the famed Salt Lake City temple. The main spire, towering 127 feet, is crowned by a gold colored statue of the angel Moroni. Two theaters alternately present "Man's Search for Happiness", a 15 minute Movie.



The National Cash Register Pavilion
Title:
The National Cash Register Pavilion
e, Chrome unused

Description:
The Pavilion of the National Cash Register Company dramatically depicts the role of business machines in today's world. Visitors also receive an insight into the fascinating world of research and the products of tomorrow. The colorful ground floor of the Pavilion features the International aspects of life in 1964 as typified by NCR's operations in more than 120 countries. included is a "machine game room" in which visitors, including youngsters are able to operate business equipment and participate in related games. the second floor of the Pavilion exhibits a wide variety of office automation equipment including an NCR 315 computer system programmed to supply visitors - at the touch of a button - with world famous recipes, suggested vacation routes and other information, depending upon their personal interests. Also included are demonstrations of recent research development which will effect the lives of people in the world of tomorrow.


The Plaza Of The Astronauts
Title:
The Plaza Of The Astronauts
Chrome unused

Description:
"Showing the Unisphere". The Unisphere is the theme symbol of the Fair. Its top is 140 feet above ground level and the globe is 120 feet in diameter with an open grid of latitudes and longitudes supporting the land masses. The reflecting pool beneath is 310 feet in diameter. It dramatizes the interrelation of the peoples of the world and their yearning for "Peace through Understanding."



The RCA Pavilion
Title:
The RCA Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
The Radio Corporation of America's activities at the 1964-65 New York World's Fair feature a full equipped color television communications center and a closed-circuit color television network, both of which are operated as a public Service and programmed to make the Fair more enjoyable and exciting. Designated as the Official World's Fair Color Television Communications Center, the RCA pavilion is located just inside the main gate and quietly highlights the circular theme of the Fair. Within the structure, visitors are able to see themselves on color television, enjoy a backstage view of a color TV studio in operation, and listen to stereophonic music in two lounge areas.


The Sudan Pavilion
Title:
The Sudan Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
The Pavilion of Sudan occupies a site of 14,000 square feet in the International Area of the New York World's Fair. The building is a striking contemporary mosque of reinforced concrete, one of the features being the enclosure of the second floor in a teak lattice of Islamic design. It also features cinema programs and native entertainment, and contains huts housing craftsmen making native products.



The United States Pavilion
Title:
The United States Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
The Federal Exhibition is a degreatness of the American people. It includes five separate units, each using a different exhibit technique but integrated to express and depict a total story. An escalator takes the visitor to the upper level where he finds that our journey becomes literal in that he gets into a moving grandstand carrying 60 people that will move as a continuous ride through a series of motion picture experiences throughout the entire upper level. At the conclusion of the ride the visitor returns to the lower level where children and adults will receive supplementary reference guidance on every subject in the entire exhibition. The U. S. pavilion will also sponsor an extensive musical program of performers and groups from throughout the U. S. and possessions.


The Vatican Pavilion
Title:
The Vatican Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
The Vatican Pavilion at the New York World's Fair is constructed on an oval-shaped plot of land measuring 50,000 square feet and costs approximately $2,000,000. Surmounted by a lantern and a cross, it will rise to a total height of 100 feet and measure 208 feet in length and 135 feet in width. A chapel with a capacity of 350 persons will be located on the mezzanine of the Pavilion, and will exhibit the statue of "The Good Shepherd". The exhibit features the "Pieta" by Michelangelo, also a gallery of Michelangelo's works as an artist. There is also an exhibit of one-quarter life size color transparencies of the Sistine Chapel, and a collection of Vatican coins.



The World's Fair Monorail
Title:
The World's Fair Monorail
Chrome unused

Description:
The AMF Monorail ride at the New York World's Fair provides Fair-goers with an exciting new experience in modern transportation. While riding in silent, air-conditioned comfort three stories above the ground, passengers are able to see many of the colorful exhibits during the eight minute trip. Seven two-car trains continually and automatically pick up and discharge some 50,000 passengers each day at the spectacular eighty-foot high station.


Unisphere
Title:
Unisphere
Chrome unused

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-65. Looking down on the Unisphere® and the Court of Nations. The reflecting pool beneath the Unisphere® is 310 feet in diameter and dramatizes the interrelation of the peoples of the World and their yearning for "Peace through Understanding."



New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Title:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965
Chrome unused

Description:
The Unisphere? is the theme symbol of the Fair. Its top is 140 feet above ground level and the globe is 120 feet in diameter with an open grid of latitudes and longitudes supporting the land masses. The reflecting pool beneath is 310 feet in diameter. It dramatizes the interrelation of the peoples of the world and their yearning for "Peace through Understanding."


Pepsi-Cola Pavilion
Title:
Pepsi-Cola Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" Animated figures representing children in national costumes will entertain visitors on a Walt Disney-created cruise taken in specially designed boats. A unique exhibit is also included.



Chrysler Corporation Exhibit
Title:
Chrysler Corporation Exhibit
Chrome PM 1965 Jun-24

Description:
New York World's Fair 1964-1965. "Peace through Understanding" This giant World's Fair Exhibit, called "Autofare", has the biggest car in the world, a 50-ft. dragon inside an engine, an auto assembly line, and many other amazing sights.


The Vatican Pavilion
Title:
The Vatican Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
"Peace through Understanding" This oval-shaped building, topped by a cross, has as its theme, "The Church is Christ Living in the World". It contains the most important work of art at the Fair: Michaelangelo's 465 year-old masterpiece in carved Carrara marble, The Pieta.



Spanish International Pavilion
Title:
Spanish International Pavilion
Chrome unused

Description:
The exciting new Pavilion, moved from the New York World's Fair at a total cost of $5,500,000 offers a 750 seat theatre, plus 5 elegant restaurants. Called the "Jewel of the 1964-65 World's Fair" by Life Magazine, it will be the cultural center of St. Louis.


Fountain In Lagoon Of Nations
Title:
Fountain In Lagoon Of Nations
Linen unused

Description:
New York World's Fair





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