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[New York World's Fair. Richard Wurts with steel frame of Perisphere and Trylon in background.]
[Life Savers Candy Parachute Jump at the New York World's Fair.]
[Night view of the Administration building with "Mithrana" sculpture on facade, New York World's Fair.]
[Dali's "Dream of Venus" at the New York World's Fair.]
[Distorting mirror at the New York World's Fair.]
[General Electric lightning bolt sculpture, New York World's Fair.]
New York Worlds Fair. Perisphere and Trylon steel frame
Early Study, Theme Center
Suggested Exhibit for Gardner displays, designed by J. Caponnetto
Aerial view, 8th Avenue Subway Station
Last Week of the 1940 Fair [Night at the Trylon and Perisphere.]
Exterior view, Fisheries Building, New York World's Fair 1939.
Proposed Aviation Building
Fountain Spectacle, Lagoon of Nations
Proposed Concession Stand, Street No. 7 at Theme Plaza
View of Town of Tomorrow
Trylon and Perisphere at the 1939 New York World's Fair
Proposed Exhibit for the Packaging Industry, Interior
Home Furnishings Building
World's Fair Hall of Music
Italy Overseas Pavilion, Interior View
Pavilion for the Egyptian Government, New York World's Fair 1939
American Radiator Company Building
Proposed alteration to color scheme of Administration Building Lobby
Time And Space Exhibit
View of Administration Building
New York World's Fair 1939
[Bas-relief design for Administration Building.]
Ornamental design (No. 9 Perisphere)
[Banner for the 1939 New York World's Fair.]
Lagoon of Nations Fountain Spectacle
Exhibit Building for Marine Industry, Interior
Proposed design for Greyhound Bus
Spanish Group, State Participation Area, New York World's Fair 1939 Inc.
Tentative Design for Concession Stands Featuring Federal Bldg.
Information stand, circular type
Children's Depot Plan
"Mithrana", Administration Building sculpture
Stage at Columbia Recording Company Building, New York World' Fair 1939.
Concession Stands for St. No. 5 at Market St.