The New York Fair: The New York Fair: Sep. 11, 1964

With the children headed back to school, the fair becomes an adult festival. Fair buffs have learned to travel to Flushing Meadow in comfortable shoes and with a survival kit of essential items: sunglasses, sweater, tissues, folding raincoat —and folding money. For newcomers, the most essential items are forethought and a daily itinerary. Those who have time to explore it section by section will find the fair's 646 acres worth the effort. Some forethoughts:


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