Pavilion of Hawaii.

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Pavilion of Hawaii

Hawaiian "Lagoon" - view from Meadow Lake.

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View from Meadow Lake

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a Pineapple Show and Travel Films on Hawaii

Below: travel pictures about Hawaii are shown within . . .

Theater Entrance

Below: projected images tell the story of pineapple from Hawaii as sound emerges through the little listening "cups" along the railing.

Pineapple Show

IT COSTS a quarter to see and hear a two-minute sound/slide show, The Story of Pineapple in Hawaii, which is one of the two audio-visual attractions in the Hawaiian Pavilion at the Fair.

But you can enjoy some lush color and sound travel films of the area free of charge in a nearby "stand-up" theater.

Even if you're not "pineapple minded" that show has a cute trick in its use of listening cups along the railing (see illustration [above] for details).

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