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  1. Found a cool article about Victor Lundy, the architect who designed those iconic inflatables which topped the Brass Rail food stands at the 64 New York World's Fair. Victor Lundy's Space Flowers
  2. This article is from the current issue of Architectural Record: http://archrecord.construction.com/news/2014/04/140418-Architects-Remember-the-64-65-Worlds-Fair.asp
  3. HI Everyone, I recently joined this community because I hope you will support "FACE of a Nation" when we finish it this year. I am a licensed architect and professor who has been researching the story of America's presence at world's fairs for 3 years. "FACE of a Nation" traces the rise and fall of America's presence at world's fairs, and it is about the loss of the American dream when the U.S. government doesn't believe in American architecture. We have Emmy-nominated music composer Joseph Vitarelli (HBO's "John Adams," and Academy-Award nomincated "My Architect") composing an original orchestral score to capture the love of our country. www.faceofanationmovie.com If you have any questions, please feel free to email me @: empresschow1@yahoo.com I hope you will tell everyone about this film. THANK YOU!!!! l,mina Mina M. Chow, AIA, NCARB, SAG Lecturer USC School of Architecture
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