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  1. An interesting article about a Harlem preacher whose tombstone is a model of the Trylon and Perisphere; theme center of the 1939-40 New York World‘s Fair. Trylon & Perisphere Headstone
  2. Hi, does anyone know the name of the artist who created this poster? Thanks! Anthony
  3. Color Photos from 1939

    Some lovely color photos from the 1939 New York World Fair posted today in The Atlantic. 39 NYWF COLOR PHOTOS IN THE ATLANTIC
  4. I was watching the Olympics last night and I was surprised to see a commercial with shots from the 1964 New York World's Fair publicity film "To The Fair". The first two shots of the commercial spot are color transfers from the "To The Fair" film. Then you see the interior of a few "national pavilions" recreated for the spot. Also look out for the 64 NYWF logos in red and blue without the Unisphere. Its interesting that Stella Artois threw back to what is becoming a rather obscure cultural reference in the United States. But, very cool. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h493qOTd5PI
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