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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.]
[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
Suggested Exhibit for Gardner displays, designed by J. Caponnetto
Proposed Aviation Building
Proposed Exhibit for the Packaging Industry, Interior
Home Furnishings Building
World's Fair Hall of Music
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.
Early Study, Theme Center
Proposed Concession Stand, Street No. 7 at Theme Plaza
View of Town of Tomorrow
Fountain Spectacle, Lagoon of Nations
Trylon and Perisphere at the 1939 New York World's Fair
[Fifth Avenue Coach Company promotional flyer for the 1939 World's Fair]
Italian Line Restaurant at the 1939 New York World's Fair
Rendering of Perisphere Interior (Theme Exhibit)
Model of U.S.Steel Building
Patio, Court of States
New York World's Fair 1939 Court of the States
[Building design for the 1939 New York World's Fair.]
Small House - Model Village - preliminary scheme for sales survey
Wool Exhibit - The Sun Never Sets on Wool
Early Study, Food Building South
Italian Pavilion, Exterior View
Proposed Pearl Diving Exhibition, Fisheries Building, New York World's Fair 1939.
Court of the States Building, West court looking north, New York World's Fair 1939.
Court of the States Building
World's Fair Emblem 1939
[Bas-relief design for Administration Building.]
Mural on Consumers Building
Landscape and fountain designs (marked No. 14 Street No. 14)
Ford Pavilion garden plan
Time And Space Exhibit
[Clothing Building at the 1939 New York World's Fair.]
Suggested Woolens Exhibit, New York World's Fair 1939