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  1. nice shot, don't recall seeing many of these. Plus the wood construction of the pavilion looks beautiful.
  2. What a great shot! Its all looks so shiny and new. Thanks Bill.
  3. It looks fantastic. Like a dream to see it all clean and bright again,
  4. Great document, thanks for posting.
  5. I remember Satellite City from when I was a kid. My grandparents were early residents of Co-op city, in fact all the buildings were not complete when they moved in. I remember walking around the area with cousins of mine when visiting them. A few parts of Freedomland when still there. I vaguely remember the crooked house still standing off in the distance. Alas no pictures.
  6. Man, these pictures do bring back memories. That's for posting.
  7. Hey Bill. Just saw this post today. I am going to check with a good friend of mine, he may have a solution for this. Give me a few days. Ed
  8. I have one or two of these. Being of Armenian decent, I was there that day with my family. As I recall they danced and performed outside the United States Pavilion.
  9. Hey Big Mike. You say the 64 fair is being recreated in Vancouver. Any details to share? That's unbelievable. Worth a trip perhaps.
  10. ANother option is Goodwill and Salvation Army Stores. I know that the one here by me in Fort Worth has had a couple go through in the past 6 months or so. Just a thought.
  11. I saw this ad during "The Hatfields and McCoys" did a doubel take. I was like WHAT IS THIS! Wild seeing the Johnson Wax Pavillion and the clever imagery of the rest of the ad. How about those arches behind the women rolling out the bar, looks like the inside of the Ford Skyway. Great to see this.
  12. Watched it this afternoon, had it on my DVR. Really interesting show,. Some nice footage of the IBM pavillion and even got to see some early drawings of it.
  13. Excellent!
  14. Just amazing stuff gentlemen. Thanks for posting. Railroad locomotive headlights help to illuminate the GM building. WOW.