The bouncy new song people
are humming or whistling at the New York World's Fair, "Meet
Me Under the Money Tree," is a sure sign they've been to
the American Express Pavilion. The catchy tune follows the taped
description of the Fair's various exhibits heard while viewing
the official scale model.
Writer-composer of "Meet
Me Under the Money Tree" is George J. Hanson, Director of
Public Relations for American Express. Mr. Hanson, whose avocation
is song-writing, is a graduate of the Chicago Musical College.
The song has been recorded
by the Bob Davis Orchestra and Chorus and issued on a private
label. On the reverse side is the Model Room's tour commentary.
the record is on sale at the souvenir counter of the Pavilion.
It is encased in a handsome jacket designed by Leonard Uline
of the company's Art Department. Explanatory jacket copy is by
Charles Wade of the Public Relations staff at 65 Broadway.
SOURCE: GOING PLACES,
Issue date undermined