1964 World's Fair
1939 World's Fair
Disney Signed Letters
Harper Goff Collection
Joseph Mankiewicz Collection
"The Disney World" Magazine
Overview of the Disney-designed GE pavilion where the Carousel of Progress was introduced.
Disney-Booklet for "Ambassadors of Happiness", employees at the 1964 World's Fair who operated It's a Small World.
1984 WED publication celebrating the company's achievements at the Fair. This booklet is relatively crude by Disney standards.
Outside consultant's report estimating attendance size of the fair, when visitors will go, where they will come from and how they will get there.
May 1965 edition of the Ford corporate magazine with a section on the World's Fair.
Short, colorful brochure with some fair highlights and a map.
Booklet of drink recipes that come from "New York's top bartenders, both in town and at the fair".
Short brochure highlighting some of the food available at the fair.
Two-page pamphlet about AMF's monorail at the 1964 WF.
GE Press kit chock full of press releases, photos and other materials related to the company's Progressland pavilion. Includes a 45 of There's A Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow.
A variation of the GE Progressland press kit with different mix of materials
1964 ID card for employee of the Vatican Pavilion
Sinclair Oil's fair pavilion featured dinosaur replicas and this brochure profiles each type.
Booklet published by Delta airlines detailing a recommended three-day itinerary at the fair.
Booklet for the events of April 21, 1965 when the Fair reopened for year two. Includes original mailing envelope and transmittal letter which is dated 4/23/1965 and signed by Robert Moses.
Heavily illustrated booklet with details on GM's Futurama and Avenue of Progress attractions inside the company's pavilion.
Larger variation of Futurama booklet - this one is populated with photographs instead of illustrations.
The report for this year features an illustration of the Futurama pavilion on the cover.
Two variations of fair maps with recommended bus and "glide-a-ride" tour paths published by Greyhound.