1964 World's Fair
1939 World's Fair
Disney Signed Letters
Harper Goff Collection
Joseph Mankiewicz Collection
"The Disney World" Magazine
Pocket-sized,32-page guide to NYC traffic rules for 1939. This is a special edition published for the fair - presumably for all the people driving to the fair who are new to the city.
12-page, attractive opening day program for the 1939 World's Fair on 4/30/1939.
More elaborate than it sounds - a souvenir record of the "Copper & Brass Industry Exhibit at the 1939 World's Fair Metals Building". Contains 29 individually-numbered original photos.
Hard-cover book for employees of the Westinghouse exhibit with details of each section.
Bonny Maid was a rugs and floor covering company and this is a Fair overview sponsored by the company and apparently sold by George Nestler Stores.
Incredibly detailed 130-page coverage of a Fair Board of Director's meeting on 8/4/1938. Long section on fair licensees.
Two used post cards with images of the EX_LAX exhibit and Futurama pavilion sent my different fair goers to family members in New Jersey.
1940 small map of the fair printed by Greyhohound
1939 pamphlet for the GM pavilion.
Booklet for the Norman Bel Geddes - designed attraction about travelling by car in the future.
Clever paper map where user pulls card out of sleeve a certain length to determine where an attraction is on the fair grounds
Ticket for the 2nd year of the fair with attached stub for Perisphere or Miniature Rooms
Copy #88 out of 800 of this commemorative GM Futurama book.
3 vouchers for tickets to EPCOT after opening.
Booklet filled with photographs from the 2nd year of this Chicago fair.
Invitation to the opening of the "Exhibits Of Tomorrow - Fashion, Color, Chemicals, Clocks"
1940 newsletter style brochure for the Ford Pavilion
Promotional item for Western Union - fair goers could send a real telegraph for 25 cents using the "New Automatic Telegraph - The Telegraph of Tomorrow".
Completed jigsaw puzzle map sponsored by Sloan's Liniment w/ original mailing envelope.
Souvenir map of the fair sponsored by GM's Highways and Horizons.
Map showing routes to the fair from various points of NYC.
Most famous as the father of modern puppetry, Tony Sarg was also an illustrator who created this elaborate map of the fair grounds.
Souvenir booklet from the Japanese Pavilion with a guide to all of the exhibits
Sales/promotional kit for a savings club sent to banks o encourage people to save up for a trip to the 1939 WF.
Near-100 page guide to merchandise sold at the Fair.