New York World's Fair How To Make A Unisphere Dedication Press Folder- Very Rare


New York World's Fair How To Make A Unisphere Dedication Press Folder- Very Rare

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New York World's Fair How To Make A Unisphere Dedication Press Folder- Very Rare:
$500


New York World's FairHow to Make a Unisphere Dedication Press Folder (1963)
  • an informational folder/press kit describing the dedication and erecting of the Unisphere(the symbol of the 1964-65 New York World's Fair)by U.S. Steel Corporation
    • the folder includes copies of the remarks made by the Roger M. Blough- Chairman of the Board at U.S. Steel, Austin J. Paddock- Vice President of Fabrication and Manufacture at U.S. Steel, and Robert Moses- head of the New York World's Fair 1964-1965 Corporation
    • a variety of photos with informational cards attached describing theUnisphere and itsconstruction are also included in the folder
  • a very rare and unique piece of New York World's Fairhistory
  • in very good condition for its age with very slight wear and tear largely from age
  • please see photos and do not hesitate to ask any questions you may have

New York World's Fair How To Make A Unisphere Dedication Press Folder- Very Rare:
$500

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