Expo ‘74 View-Master Reel
An official souvenir of Expo’74 in Spokane, Washington.
Reel Number 4.
Unisphere - New York World’s Fair 1964-65
Unishpere with the 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.
General Motors Futurama Building - New York World’s Fair 1964-65
This night view of the largest building ever constructed for a Fair exhibit is keynoted by an enormous slanting canopy 11 feet high over the entrance to the exhibit area. The exhibit projects its visitiors into the life of the future as predicted by GM’s technicians.
La Ronde at Expo ‘67 - Montreal, Quebec
La Ronde is the amusement and entertainment center of Expo 67. It is one of the world’s largest amusement parks; a permanent attraction to metropolitan Montreal.
United States Pavilion - New York World’s Fair 1964-65
This 150,000 square foot building is elevated 20 feet above ground on four columns. Each of its four sides is a glittering facade of multi-colored glass. It contains many unusual and historic exhibits.
Coca-Cola Pavilion - New York World’s Fair 1964-65
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”
IBM and Coca-Cola Pavilions - New York World’s Fair 1964-65
As seen from the Court of the Moon.
Tower of Light - New York World’s Fair 1964-65
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”
Reddy Kilowatt is registered in the United States Patent Office and is used under license as a trademark and service mark by over 200 investor-owned electric light and power companies.
New York World’s Fair 1964-1965
The Unisphere is the theme symbol of the Fair its top 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.”
Your Highway Guide To The New York World’s Fair
A road map showing the many attraction during the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair.
C & H Sugar Takes Great Pleasure in Inviting You To the Space Age World’s Fair in Seattle
I don’t have the Space Needle that came with this. This is a tri-fold cardboard ad-invite promoting C and H Sugar and the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair.
Information Booth/Seattle 1st National Bank - 1962 Seattle World’s Fair
Swedenborgian Exhibit - New York World’s Fair 1964-65
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 Swedenburg.
Subway and Railroad Entrance - New York World’s Fair 1964-65
Through this area most of the tens of millions of people will enter and leave the Fair.