OKLAHOMA AT THE WORLD'S FAIR
An artist's conception of Oklahoma's
exhibit at the 1964-65 New York World's Fair. The Oklahoma exhibit
features on the left the huge federal pavilion and on the right
the Unisphere, symbol of the fair. The white, wing-like Bell System
pavilion is shown in the center background.
Oklahoma's exhibit is located
in the central area of the fairground, occupying a 68,000 square
foot site that is landscaped to provide a relaxing retreat for
the fair visitor. The central feature in this natural outdoor
setting is a sunken 100 foot long relief type map of the state,
emphasizing water development and industrial potential and the
recreational advantage of Oklahoma.
SOURCE: Postcard, Southwestern
Bell Telephone Company