State of Oklahoma Pavilion - 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.
Kodak Pavilion - 1964-65 New York World’s Fair
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.
1939 World’s Fair Cake at the Golden Gate Exposition - San Francisco, California
1000-pound California Fruit Cake.
A presentation to the Golden Gate International Exposition in honor of the baking industry. Made from California products only and from the same recipe as the cake sent from California to President and Mrs. Roosevelt each Christmas. The decorations, made entirely of sugar and certified pure food coloring took one year to make. The dimensions of the cake: 5 feet on the base, 3 feet high, and 3 feet across on top of the cake.
Designed and decorated by Bill Baker of the Soya and Lima Bean Bakey of Ojai, California
Ask your grocer or send for Soya or Lima Bean Literature.
The World’s Largest Birthday Cake - 1962 Seattle World’s Fair
A SIGHT AND A TASTE TO REMEMBER
-The cake display, courtesy of CLARK’S RESTAURANT ENTERPRISES, INC., Seattle. Color photo by Forde Photographers, Seattle. George Molecey, Production Designer
Cake Theme: PAUL BUNYAN’s 128th Birthday
Show Street - 1962 Seattle World’s Fair
Gracie’s Hanson’s World’s Fair Nite Life.
Vermont Pavilion Coaster for Expo ‘67 - Montreal, Quebec
Coaster number 23 in a series of coasters for Expo ‘67 brought to you by Molson Ale.
Peace Reigns at U.S. Science Pavilion - 1962 Seattle World’s Fair
A rather artsy view of the U.S. Science Pavilion.
Entrance Gate at Night - 1962 Seattle World’s Fair
A few patrons either enter or exit a cool-looking cab during the World’s Fair.
Pavilion of France at Expo ‘67 - Montreal, Quebec
Pavilion of France - on Ile Notre-Dame has distinctly dynamic and rhythmic architecture. It covers over 220,000 sq. ft. with its exhibits which illustrate the theme “Tradition and Invention”.
Guide to the Northwest
This brochure features an illustrated map of the Northwest, an illustrated map of the World’s Fair grounds and a lot of traveling tips for those attending the Fair.
United Nations Pavilion - 1962 Seattle World’s Fair
April 21 - October 21, 1962
New York World’s Fair 1964-1965
The Unisphere, theme symbol featured at the New York World’s Fair 164-65 and the Mid-Manhattan skyline from across the East River. See both in New York City, “The Wonder City.”
Space Needle - 1962 Seattle World’s Fair
Space Needle, Seattle, USA.
U.S. Science Pavilion - 1962 Seattle World’s Fair
U.S. Science Pavilion. On right Christian Pavilion and Children’s Center.