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    Authors: Jean Moore
    Date: October 1965
    Type: Color photograph
    Identifier: aql:24628
    Description: Fairgoers resting at the Fountains of the Fairs at the 1964 New York World's Fair. [Possibly Charles E. Moore (with hat) & Jane Moore seated in the middle]
    Authors: Jean Moore
    Date: October 1965
    Type: Color photograph
    Identifier: aql:24622
    Description: The Unisphere at night shot through the Fountains of the Fairs, at the New York World's Fair 1964 - 1965.
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1939
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27200
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Sculptures - Samson and the Lion by Benjamin Hawkins, located at the fairs South Corona Gate entrance.
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1939
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27404
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Sculptures - Samson and the Lion by Benjamin Hawkins, located at the fairs South Corona Gate entrance.
    Date: Time Period: 1900 - 2010
    Type: Oral history
    Identifier: aql:20533
    Description: The New York World's Fairs in Flushing were actually not official World's Fairs. According to Mr. Hourahan, Robert Moses put on the 1939 New York World's Fair as a promotional event to raise money for ... More
    Date: Time Period: 1939; 1964
    Type: Oral history
    Identifier: aql:18379
    Description: Robin Asserson describes her father's experiences with both World's Fairs. He had good memories of the 1939 Fair, but found the 1964 Fair a little disappointing. She notes that he was 15 in 1939 so hi ... More
    Date: 1939-1940
    Language: eng
    Type: newsletters
    Identifier: aql:2740
    Description: Provides historical overview of past Fair themes and the relevance of Fairs as a means to educate the masses.
    Authors: J.M. Donovan
    Date: 1939
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27051
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Sculptures - Samson and the Lion by Benjamin Hawkins, located at the fairs South Corona Gate entrance.
    Date: Time Period: 1900 - 2010
    Type: Oral history
    Identifier: aql:20478
    Description: According to Mr. Hourahan, the impact of the World's Fairs on Flushing included topographical changes consisting of man made lakes, Flushing Creek, and ash heaps. The perceptions that people came from ... More
    Date: August 8, 2004
    Type: Color photographs
    Identifier: aql:34238
    Description: The Friends of the Ridgewood Library - Volunteers including Maryellen Borello at far left promoting library services and signing people up for library cards in a booth at Myrtle Avenue Parade.
    Date: August 8, 2004
    Type: Color photographs
    Identifier: aql:34190
    Description: The Friends of the Ridgewood Library - Volunteers including Maryellen Borello at center promoting library services and signing people up for library cards from a booth at Myrtle Avenue Parade.
    Date: May 4, 1997
    Type: Color photographs
    Identifier: aql:34228
    Description: Friends of the Ridgewood Library street fair booth on Myrtle Avenue, where volunteers sign people up for library cards and promote library services.
    Date: May 4, 1997
    Type: Color photographs
    Identifier: aql:34174
    Description: Friends of the Ridgewood Library street fair booth on Myrtle Avenue, where volunteers sign people up for library cards and promote library services.
    Date: May 4, 1997
    Type: Color photographs
    Identifier: aql:34195
    Description: Friends of the Ridgewood Library street fair booth on Myrtle Avenue, where volunteers sign people up for library cards and promote library services.
    Date: May 2, 1999
    Type: Color photographs
    Identifier: aql:34199
    Description: The Friends of the Ridgewood Library at their booth at the Myrtle Avenue Street Fair on May 2nd in 1999. Pictured are L to R: Ridgewood Library Manager Paul Tremblay, unidentified woman, Barbara Lukan ... More