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1939 Nembhard N. Culin United States of America Giclee Print

The last worlds fair before the outbreak of hostilities in Europe was this one in New York, with its famous 'trylon and sphere' symbol, presented here in a most imaginative perspective. The 'trylon,' a 700-foot triangular tower, served as the Fair’s beacon and broadcasting aerial. The 200-foot sphere had a viewing platform suspended in its center from which visitors saw a panorama of “the world of tomorrow.”

The quick frame option comes ready to hang and framed as shown, with acrylic glass and a solid wood black frame, no mats.

1939 Nembhard N. Culin United States of America Giclee Print
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