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In twenty short years Japan had risen from the ashes of World War II to become an international powerhouse in manufacturing and technology. The New York World's Fair was their opportunity to display those accomplishments in a pavilion of remarkable beauty. Join nywf64.com on a visit to the Pavilion of Japan.

6.17.17

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The Heartland States U.S.A / Midwestern States Exhibit is a true World's Fair Phantom -- a pavilion that was proposed but never built. Come and see what North and South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas might have shown to Fairgoers if this dream pavilion had become a reality!

5.23.17

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The story of The Texas Pavilions and Music Hall is the sad story of one of the Fair's most well-known failures. Jim Hill's excellent essay is the centerpiece of this nywf64.com feature presentation.

5.17.17

Lights! Camera! Action! Swing by the Hollywood U.S.A. pavilion and watch your favorite stars immortalize themselves with their hand and footprints in cement in front of the Fair's own Grauman's Chinese Theatre.

4.30.17

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Craig Bavaro is Back! Our favorite essayist is here with another fascinating story gleaned from the archives of the World's Fair Corporation. Read the unfortunate saga of Unisphere's capital lighting in "I Think We Have A Light Out!" only on nywf64.com .

3.17.17

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Visit the pavilion that's built in the shape of a hat! The Philippines tells the story of its history through beautiful wood carvings.

5.11.12

The Transportation & Travel Pavilion is unmistakable with its giant green Moon Dome. Come and see what's under those craters and join us for a look at some of the exhibits inside!

5.05.12

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Welcome to nywf64.com where we're dedicated to bringing the New York World's Fair experience to the Web. Join this all new site in a celebration of this great 60's Space Age exposition. Who can forget this expo, headed by Robert Moses, held in the sixties in Flushing Meadow Park in Queens New York? Do you remember your first site of Unisphere? Your ride on the Disney Carousel of Progress? Although your Baby Boomer memories of this sixties expo may be fading, let us help you re-live your fabulous World Fair experiences with visits to pavilions by Africa, Alaska, Israel, American Express, AMF, Amphicar, Arlington Hat, Austria, Avis, Bell System, Belgium, Berlin, Billy Graham, Boy Scouts, Caribbean, Central America, China, Chrysler, Chunky Candy, Churchill, Chun King, Clairol, Coke (Coca-Cola), Continental Insurance, Denmark, DuPont, Eastman Kodak, Eastern Air Lines, Gas Company, First National City Bank, Florida, Ford, Formica, France, General Cigar, General Electric, General Foods, General Motors, Greece, Greyhound, Guinea, Hawaii, Hertz, Hollywood, Hong Kong, IBM, Illinois, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Japan, Jaycopter, Johnson Wax, Jordan, Julimar Farms, Korea, Lebanon, Les Poupees de Paris, Log Flume, Long Island Railroad, Lowenbrau, Malaysia, Maryland, Masons, Mastro Pizza, Medo Photo, Mexico, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Mormon Church, Morocco, National Maritime Union, National Cash Register, NCR, New England States, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pakistan, Panama, Parker Pen, Pepsi Cola, Philippeans, Polynesia, Port of New York Authority, RCA, Rheingold, Santa Maria, Schaefer Brewing, Scott Paper, Sermons from Science, Seven-up, Shea Stadium, Sierra Leone, Simmons, Sinclair, Singer Sewing, SKF Industries, Socony Mobil, Spain, Sudan, Sweden, Swiss Sky Ride, Switzerland, Thailand, Tiparillo, Travelers Insurance, Electric Industries, United Arab Republic, UAR, Unisphere, United States, Postal Service, US Rubber, Vatican City, Venezuela, Wax Museum, Westinghouse, West Virginia, Wisconsin. Come to the great Worlds Fair