1939. Magazine. Pp.397 - 500 + 130p (ad supplement), 9x12 inches, photos, plans, fold-out maps and photos, advertising, wire-spiral-bound pictorial wraps with a couple of nice matte-yellow dividers that distinguish New York from San Francisco. Several "eyes" are broken through (at top and tail), general mild edgewear and a long cover-crimp. Good copy. 6.
Outstanding - in fact possibly the best - popular work on the architecture of the two Fairs, with more text here on New York's, covering all types of structures and exhibits. Also interesting is the large advertising section (not found in all copies) from companies that provided products or services to numerous Fair entries; hence many ads make direct reference to expositions. Back cover belongs to a fullpage Frigidaire meets The Lima Bean.. Find an unusual emphasis on interior photography, visual documentation not found in the common view books or souvenir folders.