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Date: 1980
Language: eng
Type: transcripts
Identifier: aql:2281
Description: Adjunct professor of photography Michael Pappas recalls attending the 1939-1940 New York World's Fair as a 16 year old high school student. He discusses the A.T.&T. Voder machine, the General Motors' ... More
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Date: 1980
Language: eng
Type: transcripts
Identifier: aql:2265
Description: Mrs. Raymond Cooper worked at the 1939 New York World's Fair under A.T.&T. as Voder operator . She recalls how visitors were fascinated with the artificial speech machine and how she made long lasting ... More
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Authors: Jean Moore
Date: 1939 - 1940
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:24630
Description: American Telephone & Telegraph (AT&T) Company building, New York World's Fair 1939.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1550
Description: Black and white view of Carl Milles' sculpture "The Pony Express" located in the courtyard of the A.T.&T. Building. The sculpture featured a mailman riding a pony.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1559
Description: Black and white view of Joseph Reiner's sculpture "Speed". The A.T.&T. Building is visible behind.
Authors: unknown
Date: 1939
Type: photographic prints
Identifier: aql:1022
Description: Seated visitors in courtyard garden. Hand written caption on back says "AT+T World's Fair Bldg, 4.30.1939, Reproducing Machine."
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1485
Description: Black and white view of visitors walking by a mural on the A.T.&T. Building. The mural features a switchboard operator and people communicating via telephones.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1560
Description: Black and white view of the sculpture "The Spirit of Electricity" on top of the A.T.&T. Building. The sculpture depicted Mercury, the Roman god of communication, holding lightning bolts.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1568
Description: Black and white view of the Perisphere's base with the A.T.&T. Building and the Communications and Business Zone in the distance.
Authors: unknown
Date: 1939
Type: Photographs
Identifier: aql:2801
Description: Inside the Bell System exhibit where American Telephone and Telegraph (AT&T) are demonstrating telephone calls across America for curious audience.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1446
Description: Black and white view of the base of the Perisphere. The A.T. & T. Building and the Communication Building's towers are also visible.
Authors: Gadaleta, Cosmo
Date: circa 1939
Type: black-and-white negatives
Identifier: aql:2219
Description: View of Carl Milles' sculpture "Pony Express" in the courtyard of the A.T.&T. building. The sculpture depicted a mail-rider on a pony.
Authors: unknown
Date: 1939
Type: photographic prints
Identifier: aql:1027
Description: View of A.T.&T. building rooftop focusing on sculpture of Roman god Mercury titled "Spirit of Electricity". Taken April 30th, 1939.
Authors: unknown
Date: 1939
Type: photographic prints
Identifier: aql:1025
Description: Demonstration of new voice machine called the Vocoder in front of a crowd inside the A.T.&T. Building on April 30th, 1939.
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