PHOTOGRAPHY IS 100 YRS. OLD Colorful scenes at the World's Fair in New York as the centennial of the camera is celebrated. A picture of the French Ambassador is taken with an early Daguerre-type camera to be transmitted by radio to France.rn
SPACE PARK AT THE NEW YORK WORLD FAIR - HD Visitors to the New York World Fair walk through the U.S. Space Park exhibit, where the notable achievements of the American space exploration and aeronautics program are on display: Atlas rockets, Titan boosters, Aurora and Gemini spacecraft, Ranger moon photographer, Tiros satellites, and a model of a Saturn rocket. Transferred from film, mastered in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ and Uncompressed, available in all forms of HD and SD.
BRITISH RULERS END U.S. TOUR At Mount Vernon, King George lays a wreath at the tomb of George Washington. Later, with Queen Elizabeth he pays tribute to the tomb of the unknown soldier at Arlington Cemetery. With 3,000,000 people cheering the monarchs the royal couple arrives at the World's Fair in New York. A visit with the Roosevelts in Hyde Park, N.Y. at the President's estate brings an end to the royal tour.
NIELS BUKH GYM TEAM SHOWS SKILL The famous Niels Bukh School of Gymnastics, from Denmark, shows its form, individual and collective, aboard the S.S. New York as it brings them to the N.Y. World's Fair.
F.D.R. OPENS N.Y. WORLD'S FAIR The opening of the New York World's Fair, "The World Of Tomorrow". A spectacular pageant of color and engineering skill is jammed with excited sightseers. President Roosevelt dedicates the exhibit calling for good will and world peace. It opens on the anniversary of George Washington's inauguration and features a large statue of the first President. The pictures at night are spectacular.
Date: 1939 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:03:36:00, With Audio
WORLD'S FAIR AQUACADE OPENS Beautiful "aquabelles" and striking formation swimming in Billy Rose's colorful Aquacade on Fountain Lake draws throngs of spectators as the pageant opens at the New York World's Fair.
WORLD'S FAIR EXHIBITS An amazing miniature of the World's Fair, complete in detail and accurate in scale, is shown at a big department stare. Amazing glass blowing feats are demonstrated at the Fair's Glass Center, where skilled artisans display the colorful art. The "Crown of the Andes"--the oldest and rarest collection of emeralds in the world, valued at $l,500,000,--arrives for exhibition!
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