Postcard published by Dexter Press Inc, West Wyack, New York, in 1963 promoting the 1964/1965 New York World's Fair. The fair ran for two six-month seasons from 22 April - 18 October 1964 and 21 April - 17 October 1965 and attracted more than 51 million people, 20 million less than the hoped for 70 million.

Remembered for it's Space Age visions of the future and as a showcase of mid-20th-century American culture and technology, the fair was set in the 646 acres of Flushing Meadows-Corona Park and was divided into five sections: Industrial, International, Federal and State, Transportation and Lake Amusement.

Physical Description

Coloured postcard on a cream background. Shows various buildings and exhibits at the New York World's Fair pictured on an artist's pallette. Text in upper right corner. Reverse has extensive printed text in blue ink and space for a message. Postcard is unused.

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