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  1. World's Fairgrounds from Space

    Great shot of San Francisco and two historic World's Fair sites (1939 Golden Gate Expo and 1915 Pan Pacific Expo) taken from the International Space Station by Commander Scott Kelly.
  2. Ok, so the GGIE is not classified as a "GREAT" Fair, and I'm well aware of its own controversial history but it was confusing to see members chat about it under the NY 39 forum. I see that it has a separate (lower) life below in the history of fair decades. I would like to see it achieve its own separate status and not be buried in a 'decade' classificaiton. I live in the San Francisco Bay Area; my father was stationed on Treasure Island before WW2. While the GGIE has some illegitimacy in world fair history, I feel that it should be given a proper forum along with the other fairs. Some people confuse things by chatting about it in the New York Fair forum. I think the GGIE deserves a discrete forum so it can cultivate its own history and autonomy. What do you think? Can it be extricated from the current NY 1939 forum as a topic and is it worthy of a classification as a Great Fair? I think so.
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