The Fair: Progress Report

Under a dusting of dirty snow in New York City's Flushing Meadow Park, some weird and wonderful construction is going on. More than 30 pavilions for the 1964-65 World's Fair are currently abuilding, and President Robert Moses has told the fair's board of directors that ground will be broken for 75 more within a couple of months. On opening day, April 22, 1964, there will be more than 200 pavilions in all. Judging by the renderings and models already on view, Flushing Meadow will be a maze of pleasure domes, some dazzling,...

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