The New York Fair: Jul. 17, 1964

The fair is fun, in hundreds of pavilions, amusements and resturants sprawled over an area almost as large as Central Park. To see it with pleasure calls for some planning. Herewith some highlights.


SPAIN'S pavilion is a gentle interlacing of courtyards and corridors filled with endless surprises of light and shadow. Its attractions include priceless paintings of old and modern masters, an impressive showing of its young avant-garde artists, folk dancers who perform in a garden studded with red geraniums and, in the Market Plaza, hot churros and cold horchata. It alone is easily...

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