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Posts posted by magikbilly

  1. Hi Jim,

    Thanks for the nice words. I also love the Clotho image. The Freedoms - yes, a special image. I have seen things like it, some by the same photographer, but this one had the most going on by far. The spots are part of the Westinghouse Canopy of Light over Lagoon. There were at least 3. I can't wait to get these in hand.

  2. These are but a few - (4 Freedoms again for Jim)I think I bought way more than 60 - I really don't know. Many superb shots to come including very comprehensive Russia: exteriors both night and day, details of sculptures, interiors, and the Russian Arctic plane on display in the lesser known secondary Russian exhibit. Glass interiors, Sun Valley at night, Aquacade at night, a worthwhile fireworks shot, Gas night and day, Heinz, and much more I can't remember...additional Westinghouse exteriors showing the various color combinations and one at the golden hour (Trey)...more. More still. I think it was a good batch from 3 sources. 

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  3. An information booth (my second)...Johnny Lynch and his Daredevils at Goodrich (3 total), Clotho ending someones life with her shears (detail of the Great Sundial), and the Four Freedoms with the nightly fireworks display behind in a rather dramatic shot Again, sellers photos, not scans..





    Goodrich 1.jpg


    Moods fireworks 39.jpg

  4. On 4/27/2020 at 1:52 AM, Jim said:

    Great photos, Eric.  The Four Freedom statues were epic.  They provide a powerful image of that aspirational fair.  

    Thanks Jim! Here are some  more - I chose another 4 Moods for you. So Crosley, Westinghouse mural, Petroleum,  GM, the Moods and the last is closing night, Oct. 27, 1940. I only have sellers scans to work with right now. :(








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  5. Thanks Bill - I will post some more. Here is one of my favorite new slides - interior Westinghouse 1939 - I also have, finally, the mural above Motoman as well but the auction scan is poor - need to make a better one:


    PS - I bet that Dances of the Races slide is October 27, 1940 looking at those trees and lighting. I think I have about 10 closing day 1940.