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About kpsz1

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  1. Here is YouTube channel that has a number of Expo67 videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBeqNFSP3a_kuwVpSGWAETg/videos enjoy. Kevin
  2. Remember the sound these made?

    The Tongue of the Ocean.
  3. which computer system? I worked on the Sperry navigation computer and the MARDAN.
  4. a little video from Arcadia: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHkVhCi22_4
  5. I just got mine yesterday - another outstanding Job. Kevin
  6. Upcoming talk at NASA

    how was the presentation?
  7. Another HoJo's Goes...

    HoJo is back at Lake George (again) http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/23/nyregion/howard-johnsons-an-orange-roofed-symbol-of-a-bygone-era-returns-to-lake-george.html?_r=0
  8. There is still the Unisphere at Leisure World in Maryland. http://www.roadarch.com/mim/globes.html
  9. Recognize any of these people?

    Here is the front page of 13 Nov 1946 Herald Statesman. It lists the names (no picture) looks like mostly Broadway actors and singers Yonkers NY Herald Statesman 1946 Grayscale - 0662.pdf
  10. I'll clean your garage for you if it helps you continue with the great pictures.
  11. Escorters

    and the second 1970s postcard shows the Uniroyal Wheel on the Steel Pier.
  12. Here is a closeup of it - looks like a motor: http://www.earlytelevision.org/images/broadcasting17unse_0036.jpg for more info on TV history this site is great: http://www.earlytelevision.org/worlds_fair.html
  13. This weeks Georgetowner has an article on Hal Holbrook's show Mark Twain Tonight and says he performed the show at the NYWF: "Ed Sullivan put Holbrook-Twain on his show in 1956, and Holbrook made it to Off-Broadway in 1959. He performed the role again in a production at the New York Worlds Fair in 1964 and 1965." So where was it performed? http://www.georgetowner.com/articles/2014/mar/26/hal-holbrook/
  14. 24 hours to go

    I believe it's a Mason-Dixon crown stone but I can't find a reference.
  15. from the 28 Oct 2012 Baltimore Sun: "When organizers of the 1964-65 World's Fair needed pilings to anchor exhibits in a New York City tidal marsh, they bought sturdy loblolly pines from the Eastern Shore." http://www.baltimore...2630,full.story