New York 1939-40 World's Fair collection 10 brochures Art Deco style wonderfulBrian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
1939 New York World's Fair- Art Deco ephemera: promotional printed brochures & advertising: excellent lot of ten graphically pleasing promotional items aimed at attendees of this historical event.
All color lithographed or offset, all printing techniques unique to the pre- WW II era of printing.
All items are complete, clean and well preserved examples. Most multi-page or folding format.
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Nicer lot than typical for the type, each item worthy of separate interest by itself.
1001 Facts About the World's Fair and New York.
New York, the Drier Hotels. Splendid Art Deco cover, fold-out centerfold birds-eye NYC view with Fair grounds panorama. Extensive b&w photos.
A Visit to the New York World's Fair and the Hotel Abbey.
Polygraphic Company of America. Great Deco cover.
Visit the Perisphere and see Your "World of Tomorrow". New York World's Fair.
1939. Rare fragile survival.
The New York Visitor. World's Fair News. 1939, New York, New York Central System. Wonderful Deco cover graphics, Deco visuals throughout, many illustrations, ads, photos, etc. Large centerfold fold-out NYCS urban transportation map of the city.
The General Electric Building. New York World's Fair. 1940. Strong Deco graphics.
Look into the 40 Fair.1940, New York. Excellent Deco cover.
Chrysler Motors 5 Star Show at the New York World's Fair. 1940. Splendid Art Deco graphics, die-cut stars sheet.
New York World's Fair To and Through the Fair by Greyhound Bus. 1940, the Greyhound Corporation. Splendid Art Deco aesthetic, frameable color centerfold panoramic birds-eye view of the Fair grounds.
Thrilling Tours of New York. 1939-40, Ridgeway tours, Lancaster, Penn. Great photo Deco cover.
New York World's Fair, 1940, New York, Manhattan Post Card Publishing Co., Inc. Excellent b&w photo essay, with great centerfold panoramic view of grounds. Laid in March 1939 Popular Mechanics cover and article about the Fair.
Smallest measures: 7" H X 4" W.
Largest measures: 10" H X 7" W.