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World's Fair enthusiast and collector Mike Kraus has very generously donated a wonderful collection of images of various Pavilions and Exhibits from the 1964/1965 New York World's Fair to nywf64.com. He shares with us here some excellent views of The Pavilion of the Philippines.

Source: Above photos presented courtesy Mike Kraus Collection and are © Copyright 2012 Mike Kraus, All Rights Reserved

Philippine Pavilion

Above: The Philippine Pavilion was designed to resemble a traditional hat worn in the Philippines -- the salakot. Below: Philippine Jitney of the type one might see on the streets of Manila.

Philippine Jitney

Doll Collection

Above: A display of dolls. Below: Inside the Philippine Pavilion.

Manequine Models Gown

Wood Carving

Details of the magnificent wood carvings -- the Philippine Exhibit.

Wood Carving

Wood Carving

Wood Carving

Wood Carving


Pavilion of the Philippines

SOURCE: Commercial Transparency by Photo Lab, Inc., Washington, DC

Philippines Pavilion


Bill Cotter, World's Fair enthusiast, has been collecting images of the 1964/1965 New York World's Fair for many years. He shares with us here some wonderful views of The Pavilion of the Philippines. If you would like to see more images of Bill's fabulous collection of World's Fair images, visit his website WorldsFairPhotos.com.


Source: Above photos presented courtesy Bill Cotter Collection and are © Copyright 2012 Bill Cotter, All Rights Reserved

 

Three Views of the Philippine Pavilion ... Sunset ... Aerial View from the Swiss Skyride ... Nighttime.

Philippine Pavilion at Dusk

Aerial View from Skyride

Night Scene

Source: Above Official World's Fair transparency by Pana-Vue

Wood Carving

Details of the magnificent wood carvings -- the Philippine Exhibit.

Wood Carving

Wood Carving

 

Webmaster's note... Thank you to Bill Cotter and Mike Kraus for sharing their photos of the Philippine Pavilion and exhibits.

Bill Young
May 11, 2012

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