The New York Fair: Sep. 25, 1964

With 200,000 people a day still pushing through the turnstiles at Flushing Meadow, the smart fairgoer will want to plan his time to avoid the crush. Since most of the crowd seems perfectly content to spend long hours waiting to get into G.M., G.E. and other popular industrial exhibits, it's best to leave these until after dinner when the lines are usually shorter. Meanwhile there are 646 acres to investigate, crammed with endless variety. Start with an itinerary in mind, take it slow and easy, cover the grounds section by section, and a day...

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