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Great transaction, item as described, happy with purchase.Published 9 months ago by Linda Hitchcock
Great Buy - better condition than advertised, prompt shipment and excellent pricePublished 15 months ago by Robert Bradford
I really enjoyed this book! I'm not a aficionado of World's Fairs, but found this 3-pronged effort (description of the World's Fair, comment on American society at the time, and a... Read morePublished 18 months ago by bigtop63
Lost World of the Fair turned out to be a very good description of the day-to-day 1939 Fair.Published 20 months ago by Little Bird
if you are an historical cultural contextual nerd who is interested in the pre-world war II era in America... Read morePublished on May 29, 2013 by Wendy Perry
Recommended for anyone with an interest in the 1939 NY Worlds Fair. Written as fiction, it contains a lot of background that gives a sense of the fair and the times.Published on December 17, 2012 by Jeffrey Girsch
The main reason I wanted to read this book was to form mind-pictures of how the fair might have looked, because I love art deco and streamline moderne design. Read morePublished on February 22, 2009 by Carolyn Hasenfratz