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Here is a list of the exhibits at the 1964-65 New York World's Fair by area as listed in the Official Guide: New York World's Fair 1964/65.  To help "set the stage" for each area, I have also included the beautiful description for each area which was included in the Guide.

Industrial Area
Gathered around the Pool of Industry, 45 pavilions offer spectacles, stage shows, architectural wonders, and a glittering testimonial to America's industrial strength.  The hundreds of companies represented in this area, comprising a rough cross-section of the nation's economy, have put on display as wide a range of products and services as have ever been assembled for a fair. -
Official Guide: New York World's Fair 1964/65

All-State Properties and Macy's
American Express
Arlington Hat
Bell System
Better Living Center
Boy Scouts of America
Chunky Candy
Clairol
Coca-Cola
Continental Insurance
Du Pont
Dynamic Maturity
Eastman Kodak
Equitable Life
Festival of Gas
First National City Bank
Formica
General Cigar
General Electric
Hall of Education
House of Good Taste
International Business Machines (IBM)
Johnson's Wax
Julimar Farm
Mastro Pizza
Medo Photo Supply
Mormon Church
National Cash Register (NCR)
Oregon
Pan America Highway Gardens
Parker Pen
Pavilion of American Interiors
Pepsi-Cola
Pool of Industry
Protestant and Orthodox Center
Radio Corporation of America (RCA)
Rheingold
Russian Orthodox Church
Schaefer
Scott Paper
Seven-Up
Simmons
Singer
Tiparillo Bandstand
Tower of Light
Travelers Insurance
U.S. Post Office
World's Fair Pavilion/Winston Churchill Pavilion

International Area
More countries than have exhibited at any previous international exposition - some 80 nations in 37 pavilions - are represented at this fair.  They offer the sounds, sights, and smells of a large part of the world.  More important, they have brought to the U.S. a sampling of their cultures: dances and music, rare and exotic dishes, and some of the greatest of all masterpieces of art. -
Official Guide: New York World's Fair 1964/65

Africa
American-Israel
Austria
Belgian Village
Berlin
Billy Graham
British Lion Pub
Caribbean
Central America-Panama
China, Republic Of
Christian Science
Denmark
Garden of Meditation
Greece
Guinea
Hall of Free Enterprise
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
International Plaza
Ireland
Japan
Jordan
Korea, Republic Of
Lebanon
Malaysia
Masonic Center
Mexico
Morocco
Pakistan
Pavilion of Fine Arts
Philippines
Polynesia
Sermons From Science
Sierra Leone
Spain
Sudan
Sweden
Swiss Sky Ride
Switzerland
Thailand
Two Thousand Tribes
United Arab Republic
Vatican
Venezuela

Federal and State Area
The natural resources, recreational splendors, and productive might of half the nation are on view here in pavilions sponsored by the federal government and 19 of the states (four more are exhibiting elsewhere).  The Federal and State Area is in a sense the home site of the Fair: the host country, state, and city are represented in this section - as is the Fair's symbol, the Unisphere. -
Official Guide: New York World's Fair 1964/65

Alaska
Hollywood
Illinois
Long Island Railroad
Louisiana
Maryland
Minnesota
Missouri
Montana
New England
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York City Pavilion & Ice Theater
New York State
Oklahoma
Unisphere
United States
Westinghouse
West Virginia
Wisconsin

Transportation Area
Many forms of transportation are on view here: buses and bulldozers, locomotives and helicopters.  Indeed, the entire history of transport can be traced at the various pavilions, from the wheel (in a Walt Disney display) to the rocket (courtesy of the U.S. Government).  But the emphasis is on the automobile - new models, old classics, and some barely in the design stage. -
Official Guide: New York World's Fair 1964/65

Auto Thrill Show
Avis Antique Car Ride
Century Grill
Chrysler
Eastern Air Lines
Ford
General Motors
Greyhound
Hall of Science
Hertz
Lowenbrau Gardens
National Maritime Union Park
New York/New Jersey Port Authority Heliport
Sinclair
SKF
Socony Mobil
Transportation and Travel
Underground World Home
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Space Park

Lake Amusement Area
This area, located on the tree-lined shore of Meadow Lake, is one of the Fair's smallest, and one of its most lighthearted.  It is like a giant variety program.  In it are concentrated most of the straight entertainment exhibits - stage shows, exciting rides, beguiling children's attractions, a puppet show, and circus performances, wax figures, and dancing fountains. -
Official Guide: New York World's Fair 1964/65

Ariel Tower Ride and Waffle Restaurant
Amphitheater
Chun King Inn
Continental Circus
Dancing Waters
Florida
Flume Ride
Hawaii
Jaycopter Ride
Kiddyland
Lake Cruise
Les Poupees De Paris
Monorail (AMF)
"Santa Maria"
Texas
Walter's International Wax Museum


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