World's Fair Information Manual


EXHIBIT
Kingdom of Thailand
AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVES
Col. M. L. Chuan Chuen Kambhu
Director General
Department of Economic Relations
Ministryof Economic Affairs
Bangkok, Thailand
__and
His Excellency Sukich Nimmanheminda
Ambassador of Thailand
2490 Trace Place, N. W.
Washington, D. C. 20008
202 667-1446
__and
Mr. Sanga Sukhabut
Commercial Counselor
Office of Commercial Counselor
Royal Thai Embassy
20 East 82 Street
New York 28, New York
UN 1-2918
FAIR CONTACT
Dr. George Bennett
CONTRACT SIGNED
March 13, 1962
ADMISSION
Free
LOCATION
Block 29; Lot 2
International Area
AREA
12,845 Sq. Ft.
ARCHITECTS
Mr. Binich Sampatisiri
Chief of the Traditional Arts Division
Department of Fine Arts
Government of Thailand
Bangkok, Thailand
__and
Mr. Carl R. Lovitt
Sverdrup and Parcel
P. O. Box 1006
Bangkok, Thailand
__and
Mr. Charles M. Metcalf
Resident Manager
Sverdrup and Parcel
111 Eighty Avenue
New York 11, New York
CH 3-7308
CONTRACTOR
Auserehl & Son Contracting Corporation
Artist's Rendering - Morocco

SOURCE: 1964 World's Fair Information Manual

FEATURES
Thailand Pavilion......a glittering gold colour architectural splendor showing the typical tiered and spired roof of a Thai "Mondop" known in English language as shrine. Under its roof there are exhibits of the traditional Thai arts and culture. Behind the main Mondop, samples of numerous Thai products and handicrafts are on display in the one wing, while a gift shop and a restaurant serving exotic Thai food are located in the other wing.

Pavilion of Thailand

Source: NY World's Fair Publication For Those Who Built the Fair

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