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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: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1398
Description: Black and white view of visitors with Trylon and Perisphere visible in the background.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1551
Description: Black and white view a visitor reading on a bench in the Gardens on Parade exhibit. The Trylon's peak is visible in the far distance.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: black-and-white negatives
Identifier: aql:1583
Description: Man resting on the rail of the Helicline, a spiral elevated walkway that connected the Trylon and Perisphere.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1445
Description: Black and white view of the bottom of the Perisphere's with small fountains underneath. Also visible are visitors on the Helicline, a spiral ramp that partially encircled the Perisphere.
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: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1570
Description: Black and white view of two couples in formal dress posing in front of a tulip bed in the Community Interest Zone. The Temple of Religion and Trylon and Perisphere are visible in the background.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: black-and-white negatives
Identifier: aql:1589
Description: The Trylon and Perisphere at dusk. Buildings in the Food Zone are visible.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1502
Description: Black and white view of the Trylon, Perisphere, and visitors on the Helicline. The Helicline was a spiral elevated walkway that connected the Trylon and Perisphere.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1481
Description: Black and white view of the Trylon, Perisphere, and Helicline. The Helicline was an elevated spiral walkway that connected the Trylon and Perisphere.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1503
Description: Black and white view of the Trylon, Perisphere, and visitors on the Helicline. The Helicline was a spiral elevated walkway that connected the Trylon and Perisphere.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1487
Description: Black and white view of the Trylon, Perisphere, and Helicline. The Helicline was a spiral elevated walkway that connected the Trylon and Perisphere.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1509
Description: Black and white view of the United States Steel Building entrance and dome with the Trylon and Perisphere visible in the distance.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1422
Description: Black and white view of visitor in line to enter General Motor's Futurama exhibit with Trylon visible in the distance.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1567
Description: Black and white view of the Trylon, Perisphere, and visitors on the Helicline. The Helicline was an elevated spiral walkway that connected the Trylon and Perisphere and provided access to the inside o ... More