Johnson Wax Gallery of Photographs



Johnson Wax Pavilion
SOURCE: Johnson Wax Publicity Photograph

Johnson Wax Pavilion
SOURCE: Johnson Wax Publicity Photograph

Johnson Wax Pavilion
SOURCE: Johnson Wax Publicity Photograph

The Golden Rondelle Interior
SOURCE: Johnson Wax Publicity Photograph

Artist's rendering of Displays
SOURCE: Johnson Wax Publicity Photograph

Artist's rendering of displays
SOURCE: Johnson Wax Publicity Photograph

Artist's rendering of the VIP Lounge
SOURCE: Johnson Wax Publicity Photograph

Have a Shine on Us!
SOURCE: Johnson Wax Publicity Photograph

Graphics invites Fairgoers to have a shoe shine on Johnson's Wax! 

 

 

Artist's conception of the Johnson Wax Shoe Shine area.

Floorplan layout of Shoe Shine Area

 






"To Be Alive!" Wins an Academy Award for "Best Documentary Short Subject" in 1966

Hammid & Thomas accept Oscar

This was the happy scene backstage shortly after the Academy Award presentations in 1966 when "To Be Alive!" won for best documentary short subject. From the left, Milton Berle and Phillis Diller who made the award; S. C. Johnson, President of the company, and Francis Thompson, producer, holding "Oscar."

Source: Golden Rondelle Theatre brochure, 1978

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