Swiss expo.

Mid-Century architecture: Pavillion Wehrhafte Schweiz, designed and constructed for the Swiss Army in conjunction with the Swiss National Exhibition in Lausanne, Switzerland, 1964 (by architect Carl Fingerhuth)

New York World’s Fair in 1939

mondfaenger: Visitors Entering the Perisphere, New York World’s Fair 1939 Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt

1939 New York World's Fair - Architect Albert Kahn and designer Norman Bel Geddes collaborated on the General Motors Building for the New York World’s Fair in 1939. courtesy the National Building Museum.

Designing Tomorrow: America’s World’s Fairs of the Architect Albert Kahn and designer Norman Bel Geddes collaborated on the General Motors Building for the New York World’s Fair in courtesy the National Building Museum.

1939 New York World's Fair -"Edward Bernays directed public relations of the fair in 1939, which he called 'democricity'.[1] Grover Whalen, a public relations innovator, saw the Fair as an opportunity for corporations to present consumer products, rather than as an exercise in presenting science and the scientific way of thinking in its own right, as Harold Urey, Albert Einstein and other scientists wished to see the project." via: wikipedia

Trylon and Perisphere the 1939 World's Fair in New York. Viewed through columns of trylon and perisphere

New York World’s Fair in 1939

The New York 1939 Official World's Fair Pictorial Map. Illustrated by Tony Sarg.

New York World’s Fair in 1939

Transportation map for 1939 New York Worlds Fair.

New York World’s Fair in 1939

New York World’s Fair in 1939

New York World’s Fair in 1939

New York World’s Fair in 1939


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