World’s Fair: 50th Anniversary (Part III) The Finale

After shooting the 50th anniversary of the 1964 New York World’s Fair with my Kodak camera, the film went to the darkroom to be processed.

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Reporter for the Queens Courier Liam La Guerre received an exclusive look at my NYWF’s project.

To read the entire story of the NYWF Project click here.

What you are about to see are the images I captured with my 1964 Kodak World’s Fair camera and 1969 expired film.

 

Traveling in Time to the 1964 New York World’s Fair

Photography By: Natali S.Bravo

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The Painter

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The Unisphere

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The World’s Fair observatory towers.

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The World Pavilion.

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Outside the Pavilion.

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Queens Borough president Melinda Katz

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Paul Goldberger crowns the pavilion as a national treasure

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Politicking

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A girl at the ’64 NYWF

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Eye of the Pavilion

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2,500 people waited to get in to see the Pavilion

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Matthew Silva interviews people waiting on the long line to get into the Pavilion for his documentary film about the Pavilion

 

Read the Queens Courier Article here.

Support to Save the Pavilion is here.

Follow the People for the Pavilion.

Follow the Pavilion Film here.

 

 

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