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Souvenirs

 Subject
Subject Source: TGM II, Genre and physical characteristic terms

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

1939 New York World's Fair officially licensed scrapbook

 Collection
Identifier: 2005-227
Abstract: World's Fairs or International Expositions are large-scale exhibitions that highlight technology, agriculture and other innovations of national or cultural significance. The New York World's Fair took place in Flushing Meadows, Queens from April 30, 1939 to October 31, 1940. The theme was "The World of Tomorrow." This item is a paper-bound scrapbook with empty pages.
Dates: 1939

1939 New York World's Fair "peep show" toy

 Collection
Identifier: 1994-276
Abstract: The New York World’s Fair of 1939 was held in Flushing Meadows on Long Island between April 30, 1930 and October 31, 1939. This item is a fold-out lens-less paper "peep show" showing George Washington and colonial figures looking into a hole which, when item is unfolded, reveals a scene of "The World of Tomorrow" at the New York World's Fair of 1939.
Dates: 1939

1939 New York World's Fair souvenirs

 Collection
Identifier: 2012-223
Abstract: World's Fairs or International Expositions are large-scale exhibitions that highlight technology, agriculture and other innovations of national or cultural significance. The New York World's Fair took place in Flushing Meadows, Queens from April 30, 1939 to October 31, 1940. The theme was "The World of Tomorrow." This small collection consists of souvenir items from the 1939 New York World's Fair.
Dates: 1939; 1949

1964 New York World's Fair memorabilia

 Collection
Identifier: 2538
Abstract: World's Fairs or International Expositions are large-scale exhibitions that highlight technology, agriculture, and other innovations of national or cultural significance. The 1964 New York World's Fair was held in Flushing Meadows, New York, from April 22, 1964 to October 18, 1964, and then again from April 25, 1965 to October 17, 1965. The theme was "Peace through Understanding." This small collection consists of eight items from the 1964 New York World's Fair.
Dates: 1965

1964 New York World's Fair Pictures official flash card set

 Collection
Identifier: 1994-235
Abstract: World's Fairs or International Expositions are large-scale exhibitions that highlight technology, agriculture and other innovations of national or cultural significance. The 1964 New York World's Fair was held in Flushing Meadows, New York from April 22, 1964 to October 18, 1964, and then again from April 25, 1965 to October 17, 1965. The theme was "Peace Through understanding." The cards are illustrated on one side with an artist's color illustration of the exterior of a pavilion or a sight at the New York World's Fair. The reverse side has text in three languages (English, French, Spanish) and information about the particular building or sight.
Dates: circa 1961-1963

Mauch Chunk, the "Switzerland of America" souvenir view book

 Collection
Identifier: 1993-206
Abstract: The Chisholm Bros. was a publishing company that produced railway, travel and tourists guides, and souvier albums which depicted routes of travel. This item is a hard cover souvenir with eighteen views of sights in Mauch Chunk, the "Switzerland of America." Images are on 12 unpaginated folded panels.
Dates: circa 1900

Panama-Pacific International Exposition photographic souvenir viewbook

 Collection
Identifier: 1995-253
Abstract: The item is a small novelty souvenir viewbook from the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. It opens up to display fifteen attached, folded halftone photographic views of the San Francisco area. The exposition was a world's fair held in San Francisco for nine months in 1915. The official reason for it was to commemorate the completion of the Panama Canal. It also furnished a platform to showcase a revitalized San Francisco that had been devastated by the Great Earthquake and Fire of 1906.
Dates: 1916

Singer Building souvenir

 Collection
Identifier: 1994-280
Abstract: The Singer Company was once the world's leading producer of sewing machines that achieved peak domestic and foreign influence by the late nineteenth century. In 1902 the Singer Company began plans to enlarge its headquarters in downtown Manhattan. Ernest Flagg was selected as the architect, and his initial design was for a thirty-five story tower; however, the company decided to almost double its height. The Beaux-Arts style skyscraper, made of red brick and bluestone, was completed in 1908 and stretched to 612 feet. This two sided souvenir shows three photographs of the Singer Building from 1907 to 1908; the reverse side is a longitudinal cross sectional drawing of the tower with engineering and architectural data.
Dates: circa 1908

View of Independence Hall, 1776, textile souvenir

 Collection
Identifier: 1975-325-1
Abstract: William H. Horstmann & Sons was a manufacturer and retailer of silk products for civilian and military clothing between 1815 and 1940. This item is a woven textile souvenir from 1876 Centennial Exhibition, Philadelphia, showing Independence Hall, Philadelphia.
Dates: 1876