World Fairs’ Ephemera

Huge Lot of World’s Fairs Ephemera.  All in good to excellent condition.

1933 A Century of Progress International Exposition

Official Guide Book of the Fair

Official Souvenir Booklet with beautiful color illustrations of the pavilions and important buildings around Chicago

Book:  Official Pictures of a Century of Progress Exposition, Photographs by Kaufmann & Fabry Co., Official Photographers, published by The Reuben H. Donnelley Corporation, Chicago

Travel by Train travel brochure with pictures and maps by the Baltmore & Ohio R.R.

1934 A Century of Progress International Exposition

World’s Fair Official Guide Book

1939 New York World’s Fair

Rare New York World’s Fair Needle Book with needles and threader.  Wonderful image of Trylon & Perisphere on the cover.

Fair Enough for the Whole World brochure.  Amazing image of Trylon & Perisphere,

Map & Sleve of Exhibitors, with street and subway maps, from Globe Indemnity Company

1940 New York World’s Fair

General Motors Highways and Horizons Souvenir Map of World’s Fair.  A wonderful 3D map of the World Fair grounds centered around the Trylon & Perisphere Theme Center.

The Town of Tomorrow flyers number 11, The Little Grey House

The Town of Tomorrow flyers number 12, The New England Home

The Town of Tomorrow flyers number 13, The House of the Sheltered Workshops

The Town of Tomorrow flyers number 14, The Motor Home, and

The Town of Tomorrow flyers number 15, the Fire-Safe Home

Various sponsors on each; heavy paper

1962 Seattle Century 21 Exposition

First Day Issue marked envelopes, (2) blue Century 21 Commemorative Stamp, (1) black Century 21 Commemorative Stamp and (2) black Honoring Seattle World’s Fair 1962 featuring the Monorail transportation system and the Space Needle

1964 New York World’s Fair

Our Fair City booklet  map guide prepared as a service of the Chase Manhattan Bank; and

The Triumph of Man red 33 1/3 RPM recording in original sleeve. Script by Robert P Davis, Narration by Peter Thomas, Original Score by Frank Ledlie Moore and Performed by the Hartford Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Fritz Mahler prepared by The Travelers Insurance Companies.  Perfect condition.

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