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From exploring what remains of the World's Fair in Paris, we continue in our World's Fair series by looking at what survives from the fairs in Chicago. The...
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The Fair's "Bubbleator," shown here at the Food Circus in 1963, lifted hundreds of visitors each day to the World of Tomorrow. The Space-Age elevator could hold up to 150 people. (George Carkonen / The Seattle Times) Special to History Link for one-time, non-exclusive use in book, Worlds Fair revisited, inside use and dust jacket use. Permission is for editorial usage only and is not to be used for advertising purposes. Digital manipulation, outside normal cropping and color correction, is…
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Say “World’s Fair” and many think of grand culture shows that happened once in a great while, at some time in the past. However, these celebrations of...
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Uncover secrets of the World’s Fair with free, monthly walking tours of Flushing Meadows Corona Park | 6sqft
Making it easier to experience what the World's Fair was really like, the city's parks department is offering free, monthly tours of the park.
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The Unisphere, theme symbol featured at the New York World's Fair 1964-65 and Statute of Liberty, Liberty Island. See both in New York City, "The Wonder City" Copyright 1961, 1962, 1963, New York World's Fair 1964-65 Corporation Dexter Press 78494-B CAPA-018324
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The interior of the Machinery Hall of the Exposition Universelle of 1889, Paris
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The 1964/1965 New York Worldâs Fair was a worldâs fair that held over 140 pavilions and 110 restaurants, representing 80 nations (hosted by ...
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