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    Authors: Gadaleta, Cosmo
    Date: circa 1939
    Type: black-and-white negatives
    Identifier: aql:2204
    Description: View of Carl Milles' statue the "Astronomer", depicting a 30 foot tall man holding a globe and looking to the heavens. The sculpture "Mercury" on top of the A.T.&T. building is visible in the backgrou ... More
    Authors: Golby, Bob
    Date: circa 1939
    Type: black-and-white negatives
    Identifier: aql:1579
    Description: Black and white view of William Zorach's "Builders of the Future" sculpture. The Trylon and Perisphere are visible in the background.
    Authors: Gadaleta, Cosmo
    Date: circa 1939
    Type: black-and-white negatives
    Identifier: aql:2148
    Description: The sculpture "Time" created by Joseph Reiner which featured a man riding a winged horse. The sculpture was located next to the Communications Building.
    Authors: Golby, Bob
    Date: circa 1939
    Type: negatives (photographic)
    Identifier: aql:1549
    Description: Black and white view of Paul Manship's sculpture "Time and the Fates of Man". The sculpture of George Washington is visible in the distance.
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1939
    Type: photographic prints
    Identifier: aql:1045
    Description: View of the Business Systems and Insurance Building exterior and the sculpture "Time and Giant Sundial" taken on July 2nd, 1939.
    Authors: Golby, Bob
    Date: circa 1939
    Type: negatives (photographic)
    Identifier: aql:1573
    Description: Black and white view of visitor walking in front of the Business Systems and Insurance Building. Joseph Kiselewski's sculpture "Time" covered much of the building's entrance. The sculpture featured al ... More
    Authors: Gadaleta, Cosmo
    Date: circa 1939
    Type: black-and-white negatives
    Identifier: aql:2187
    Description: View of visitors entering the Finland Pavilion, which was part of the Hall of Nations. There is a sculpture of a nude woman holding up her hand near the pavilion entrance.
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1939
    Type: photographic prints
    Identifier: aql:1013
    Description: View of Theme Center from top of the Trylon ramp with Medical and Public Health Building visible in the background. Taken on June 17, 1939.
    Authors: Golby, Bob
    Date: circa 1939
    Type: negatives (photographic)
    Identifier: aql:1489
    Description: Black and white view of visitors near James Earle Fraser's statue of George Washington. The Borden Company Building rooftop is visible in the background.
    Authors: Fox, Sam
    Date: circa 1939
    Type: black-and-white negatives
    Identifier: aql:2317
    Description: Lone visitor next to the statue of George Washington by James Fraser at the 1939 New York World's Fair.
    Authors: Golby, Bob
    Date: circa 1939
    Type: negatives (photographic)
    Identifier: aql:1488
    Description: Black and white view of visitors in front of Jame Earle Fraser's statue of George Washington.
    Authors: Gadaleta, Cosmo
    Date: circa 1939
    Type: black-and-white negatives
    Identifier: aql:2173
    Description: Entrance flanked by sculptures of two lions and a heraldric relief sculpture of British royalty.
    Authors: Gadaleta, Cosmo
    Date: circa 1939
    Type: black-and-white negatives
    Identifier: aql:2203
    Description: Visitors walking under the Helicline, an elevated spiral walkway that partially encircled the Perisphere.
    Authors: Golby, Bob
    Date: circa 1939
    Type: black-and-white negatives
    Identifier: aql:1580
    Description: Crowd under the Italian Pavilion. The pavilion featured a statue of the goddess Roma on a 200 foot high pedestal with a waterfall cascading down the steps.
    Authors: Gadaleta, Cosmo
    Date: circa 1939
    Type: black-and-white negatives
    Identifier: aql:2188
    Description: View of visitors walking by three large sculptures attached to the facade of the Medical and Public Health Building.