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This pavilion was presented by Wycliffe Bible Translators, a non-denominational effort to translate the Bible into every language in the world. I recall observing their featured mural, "Savage to Citizen," which described the brutal and bloody former life of a tribesman who converted to Christianity after receiving a bible from WBT in his own language.

 

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Tariri's autobiography includes color photos of the murals inside the pavilion.  When he was flown to the Fair (first time he'd ever flown on a plane), he was also invited to ceremonially throw the switch at the Tower of Light, and he said he was very nervous about that, not understanding how so much power was controlled.

 

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we have one tiny photo of the pavilion being dismantled after the Fair.

 

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