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World's Fair 1964-65, Observation Towers (1965)

World's Fair 1964-65, Observation Towers
Author: Walter Leporati

View of visitors on Greyhound's 'Glide O Ride' as it passes the New York State Pavilion at the World's Fair in Flushing Meadows Park in Queens, June 1965. The pavilion's observation towers are visible at center and the Tent of Tomorrow, designed by architect Philip Johnson, is partially visible at right.

Polynesia Pavilion restaurant, New York World's FairEntrance to the Soviet pavilionTrackless train at the New-York World's FairDecoration works on the construction of the Soviet pavilionIn front of the Soviet pavilionUS Marines marching against the backdrop of the Soviet Exhibition in the Hall of NationsConstruction of the Soviet pavilion
In front of Hall of NationsN. Y. World's FairExposition Hall Ford Building at the 1939 New York World's FairWater-BugsShea StadiumGrand Central Parkway (near Exit 9E)