Gallery of Photographs



Architectural model of the Florida Pavilion
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Lake Amusement Area and the Florida Pavilion
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Florida Pavilion
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A taste of Florida in New York
SOURCE: © Copyright Mike Kraus Collection

Flamingos on Florida Pavilion's Flamingo Island
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Flamingos at the Florida Exhibit
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The Florida Pavilion's Citrus Tower
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A Florida Vacation Home on display
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The Florida Pavilion Exhibit Hall
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The Florida Development Commission building
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Entrance to the Live Porpoise Show and the base of the Citrus Tower
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Scene from the Live Porpoise Show
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Scene from the Live Porpoise Show
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Scene from the Live Porpoise Show
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Basketball is only one of many talents porpoises, the "second-smartest mammals," display in their show at Florida's pavilion.
SOURCE: News Colorfoto by Edmund Peters, New York Sunday News, Date unknown (1964)


SOURCE: Magazine Electrical Construction and Maintenance, July 1964 - presented courtesy Wayne Bretl Collection


A flock of pretty pink, though raucous-voiced, flamingos lends authenticity to Florida's palm-shaded Everglades exhibit. A few alligators are also included in the exhibit, but - obviously - they are kept in a separate pen, well away from the birds.
SOURCE: News Colorfoto by Richard Lewis, New York Sunday News, July 18, 1965



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