Aviation Building, New York World's Fair, Airplane inside simulated flight with propellors spinning, clouds moving.
1940 Postmarked Postcard Hall of Fashion New York Worlds Fair NY
Postcard Hall of Fashion. Made by Grinnel Litho Co.
1939 NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR "THE CREST" BY BRENDA PUTNAM. Brenda Putnam's "The Crest" rests above a teardrop pool in the center of the garden court of the Consumers Building. It depicts a male swimmer poised atop the crest of a stylized wave. (Curt Teich 9A-H1045)
Better view of the Futurama aka the General Motors Pavilion, early Norman Bel Geddes and that company's autocentric vision of the wonderful world of 1960. Careful what you wish for. http://www.postalesinventadas.com
1939 NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR - VIEW OF THE NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR GROUND FROM THE AIR: Aeroplane view of New York World's Fair of 1939, showing the architectural beauty of the Fair Grounds in Flushing Meadow Park. (Tichnor Bros. WF2 - 62455)
Postcard Avaiation Building New York World's Fair 1939 Postmark Linen
Linen postcard "Aviation Building" New York World's Fair 1939 Natural "Colortint" Views, Made by Grinnell Litho Co. Made in USA Postmarked 1939 Soiling front and back;
Sealtest Building, New York World's Fair, 1939 - Linen Postcard
Postcard The Federal Building and the Hall of Nations. Made by Tichnor Brothers Inc. - This postcard has a glue mark on the front (shown).
1939 NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR - FEDRAL BUILDING AND SURROUNDING AREA: The $3,000,000 Federal Area where the United States Government will be host to millions of visitors. Below the imposing Federal Building and on each side of the Court of Peace in which 50,000 people can assemble, are eight structures comprising the Hall of Nations. About 60 foreign countries are represented. A broad lagoon with one of the Fair's largest fountain terminates the area. (Miller Art Co. 127)
The 1939 New York World's Fair (Motto - The World Of Tomorrow) - Pictured Is The Radio Corporation Of America (RCA) Exhibit Building Shaped Like A Giant Radio Tube
Federal Area Exhibit Buildings, New York Worlds Fair 1939