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Probably one of the best pictures of the Schaefer Center I've seen to date.

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Delta Airlines Travel Stamps - Savings plan for travel to the NYWF

"ABOVE ALL, DON'T DRIVE TO NEW YORK"

Delta Travel Stamps.pdf

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On 1/5/2020 at 12:51 PM, waynebretl said:

Archhitectural Beacon Vol. 3, No. 4, December 1963: 8pp.
A Preview of the Fair

Published by Sargent & Company and distributors of Sargent architectural hardware.

Cover imprint:
A. R. Barton & Co. Architectural Hardware
12 Glen Avenue, Glen Rock, N. J.
Phone GI lbert 5-4200

 

 

Architectural Beacon.pdf

Interesting early concept photos of the Venezuela and Minnesota Pavilions.

 

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Vent-air, not exactly a name of a company I'd imagine would be making contact lenses.  Their style was modified PMMA from the late 50's on, with grooves on the external side.

Now.... if they did HVAC work, I might have a coupon from them in the latest Sunday paper.

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White Trucks - saving the Fair from dire thirst

 

White Trucks ad.pdf

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1 hour ago, Bill Cotter said:

That's interesting, Wayne - especially as I don't think Ballantine Beer was at the 64 Fair.

Do you mean not at all, or just not under their own banner?

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Not under its own banner like in 1939 (had a big restaurant). I have never seen any signage for them at 64 either.

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