As part of our ongoing World's Fair Film Festival, we are pleased to present two vintage films about the New York World's Fair in our Viewing Rooms today.  In addition, we are happy to present a video of an amazing seminar in Viewing Room One which features rare images and stories about some of the pavilions.  

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INSIDE THEATER ONE TODAY:
"When the World Came to Queens" presented by Bill Cotter (Color. ~60 minutes)
Join World's Fair historian Bill Cotter for a seminar about the two fairs which took place at Flushing Meadows Corona Park...The 1939/40 and 1964/65 New York World's Fairs. Through an amazing collection of photos and stories, see some of the amazing exhibits which once stood in the 640-acre park.

INSIDE THEATER TWO TODAY:
"To The Fair" (Color. ~25 minutes)
Join a midwestern family, a couple from India, a pair of school teachers, a Boy Scout troop from the Bronx, and a pair of bachelors "on the hunt" as they show you that there is truly something for everyone at the 1964-65 New York World's Fair!

INSIDE THEATER THREE TODAY:
"British Pathe Newsreel" (Color. ~10 minutes)
Join British Pathé as they cover the 1964-65 New York World's Fair in color!