New York World's Fair (1939-1940 : New York, N.Y.)
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    Authors: Golby, Bob
    Date: circa 1939
    Type: negatives (photographic)
    Identifier: aql:1507
    Description: Black and white view of the sculpture "Samson and the Lion" by Benjamin Hawkes located in the Transportation Zone. The sculpture featured a muscular man wrestling with a lion.
    Authors: Jean Moore
    Date: 1939 - 1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:24726
    Description: "Sampson & the Lion" sculpture by Benjamin Hawkins. 1939 New York World's Fair.
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1939 -1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:26885
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Sculptures - Samson and the Lion by Benjamin Hawkins in the Transportation Zone.
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1939 -1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27405
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Transportation Zone - The Ford Building with the statue "Samson & the Lion" by Benjamin Hawkins
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1939
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27098
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Sculpture - Fairgoers walking by a statue of Samson and the Lion by Benjamin Hawkins.
    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.
    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: 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.
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1939 -1940
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:27382
    Description: 1939-40 NY World's Fair - Transportation Zone - The Ford Pavilion, the sculpture Samson and the Lion is in the foreground.
    Date: 1940
    Type: Digital Photographs
    Identifier: aql:1976
    Description: Black and white view of woman in traditional Mexican dress standing between two lion sculptures at the entrance of the Great Britain Pavilion. Photo by photographer, folklorist, and filmmaker Luis Mar ... More
    Authors: Golby, Bob
    Date: circa 1939
    Type: negatives (photographic)
    Identifier: aql:1439
    Description: Black and white view of heraldic lion relief sculpture on the Great Britain Pavilion.
    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: Golby, Bob
    Date: circa 1939
    Type: negatives (photographic)
    Identifier: aql:1530
    Description: Black and white view of facade of the Great Britain Pavilion featuring a relief sculpture of a heraldic lion.
    Date: circa 1939
    Language: eng
    Type: Lists (document genres)
    Identifier: aql:2639
    Description: List of eating facilities at the 1939 New York World's Fair. Includes the price range for each menu and the location within the Fair's zoning structure.
    Full Text: Full Text
    Date: 1980
    Language: eng
    Type: transcripts
    Identifier: aql:2277
    Description: Interview with Marcia (last name unknown) who was eight years old when she attended the 1939-1940 New York World's Fair. She recalls the long lines to see the Futurama exhibit; Heineken's on the Zuide ... More
    Full Text: Full Text
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