Architectural models | New York World's Fair (1939-1940 : New York, N.Y.)
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    Authors: unknown
    Date: September 21, 1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27179
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Petroleum Industry building model, Architects: Voorhees, Walker, Smith & Foley.
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:26598
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Model of General Cigar Co. Building (White Owl Cigars), designed by Ely Jacque Kahn, and located in the Food Zone.
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:26872
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Transportation Zone - General Motors - Futurama Exhibit being improved for the 1940 opening of the fair in the GM pavilion. Futurama was designed by Norman Bel Geddes and pre ... More
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1939 -1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27140
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Model of the Westinghouse Building, Architects: Skidmore and John Moss.
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1939 -1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27238
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Transportation Zone - General Motors - Futurama Exhibit. (halftone)
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1939 -1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27173
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Transportation Zone - General Motors - Futurama Exhibit. (halftone)
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1939 -1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27190
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Transportation Zone - General Motors - Futurama Exhibit. (halftone)
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1939
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27188
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Model for the Hall of Fashion Building designed by Architects Frederick G. Frost Sr. Frederick G. Frost Jr. and Ward W. Fenner in the Community Interests Zone.
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1939
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:26482
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Government Zone - Model for the U.S.S.R. Building.
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1938
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:26912
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Model for the U.S. Steel exhibit designed by Walter Dorwin Teague in association with George F. Harrell.
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1938
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27203
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Model of General Motors building designed by Norman Bel Geddes. General Motors' 35,738-square-foot "Highways and Horizons" pavilion contained the Fair's most popular exhibit ... More
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1938
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27005
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Model of General Motors building designed by Norman Bel Geddes. General Motors' 35,738-square-foot "Highways and Horizons" pavilion contained the Fair's most popular exhibit ... More
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1938
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27287
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Model of General Motors building designed by Norman Bel Geddes. General Motors' 35,738-square-foot "Highways and Horizons" pavilion contained the Fair's most popular exhibit ... More
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1938
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:26994
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Model of General Motors building designed by Norman Bel Geddes. General Motors' 35,738-square-foot "Highways and Horizons" pavilion contained the Fair's most popular exhibit ... More
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1938
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27237
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Model of General Motors building designed by Norman Bel Geddes. General Motors' 35,738-square-foot "Highways and Horizons" pavilion contained the Fair's most popular exhibit ... More