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    Authors: unknown
    Date: September 30, 1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:26904
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Sculptures - Builders of the Future by William Zorach. September 30, 1940.
    Authors: unknown
    Date: August 22, 1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:26744
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - The Communication Zone - American Telephone and Telegraph Building (AT&T, also Bell Telephone), with Horse rider sculpture. August 22, 1940 [Same as photo wfc-000556]
    Authors: J.M. Donovan
    Date: August 2, 1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27141
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Amusement Zone - The Front of the Aquacade Building (Billy Rose's Aquacade), with the statue "Shot Putter" (aka Excelsior) by Raoul Jean Josset at the entrance to the Amuseme ... More
    Authors: unknown
    Date: September 20, 1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27092
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Sculptures - Dances of the Races by Malvina Hoffman. September 20, 1940.
    Authors: Jean Moore
    Date: June 1965
    Type: Color photograph
    Identifier: aql:24664
    Description: "The Rocket Thrower" sculpture by Donald De Lue for the 1964 - 1965 New York World's Fair.
    Authors: Jean Moore
    Date: September 1964
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:24676
    Description: "The Rocket Thrower" sculpture by Donald De Lue for the 1964 - 1965 New York World's Fair.
    Authors: J.M. Donovan
    Date: 1949
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27069
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Sculptures - "Tree of Life" by Lawrence Tenney Stevens.
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:26619
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Night scene with the "Fountain of the Atoms" at right, and the exterior of the Johns-Manville Building with Hildreth Meière’s sculpture of the personification of "Asbestos-th ... More
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:26331
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - The Communication Zone - American Telephone and Telegraph Building (AT&T, also Bell Telephone), with Horse rider sculpture. [Same as photo wfc-000542]
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:26430
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Government Zone - Close up of an entrance to the United States Federal Building. The sculpture shows Peace, on the Tower of Legislature, depicting a female figure lifting a c ... More
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:26474
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Government Zone - Close up of an entrance to the United States Federal Building. The sculpture shows Peace, on the Tower of Legislature, depicting a female figure lifting a c ... More
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27270
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Sculptures - Detail on the exterior of the Business Systems and Insurance Building of the sculpture "Time" by Joseph Kiselewski, the man represents sunrise.
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27285
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Sculptures - "Tree of Life" by Lawrence Tenney Stevens.
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27161
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Sculptures - Four Freedoms by Leo Friedlander. The freedoms were Speech, Press, Religion, and Assembly.
    Authors: Jean Moore
    Date: 1939 - 1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:24730
    Description: “The American Spirit” sculpture by Clyde DuVernet Hunt: Abraham Lincoln as Charity, a kneeling woman as Faith, and a child as Hope. At the 1939 New York World's Fair.