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expoboy

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  1. The flickr account has some of the best Century of Progress photos I've ever seen. And lots of them.
  2. New Luminaries at FMCP

    These are very interesting. Too bad they can't be installed permanently throughout the park.
  3. Unbuilt Pavilions

    Expo '70 was probably the best example of combing the best of New York and Montreal. Great corporate pavilions by Mitsubishi, Toshiba, Panasonic, etc. balanced with national pavilions of the US, USSR, Britain, etc.
  4. Mexico #1: On the Outside

    They did perform at the Pepsi Cola Pavilion at Hemisfair '68.
  5. '64-65 Health Code

    More sleep-inducing than a bottle of Sominex.
  6. New York State

    As usual, wonderful shots. Thanks, Ralph.
  7. Walter's International Wax Museum #2

    These are by far the best pictures I've seen of Madame Tussaud's. It almost, but not quite, makes me think I would have spent the money for admission.
  8. Got your detective skills ready?

    What are the "crazy mirrors"??
  9. International Quickies

    Hi-balls, 90¢. I'll take a couple. Great pictures, thanks for posting.
  10. Ford #2: International Villages

    I've never quite understood the connection between these model villages and Ford.
  11. blueexpo, what time of year did you attend Expo 2015? I went the second week and experienced as you did; most pavilions you could just walk right in. I had friends who visited later and said it was quite different.
  12. Westinghouse: Time Flies

    I hope they included some film for that Polaroid Land camera.
  13. House(s) of Good Taste

    I wonder if the room dedicated to Anita Bryant was painted orange? ;-)
  14. Better Living Center #2: Animal House

    The woman sitting on the sofa wearing the blue jacket resembles Judy Garland.
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