World's Fair 1938-40 New York Kitchens Food Cooking Domestic lot x 15Brian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
World's Fair New York 1938-40. Home Life- Food- Kitchens- Domestic Arts.
Lot of 15+ original fair paper advertising souvenirs & ephemeral items, all printed and distributed during the fair to attendees.
All display wonderful period Art Deco graphics typical of this era.
Pleasing lot; despite any minor age flaws, all items uncommon and worthy of collecting condition.
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Homewood...The All Gas Home. Designed and Furnished by Good Housekeeping. New York World's Fair, 1939. folded handbills.
The Sealtest Food Adviser, Fall 1940. booklet 16 pp. color photos.
How to Make Rennet-Custards and Ice Cream, Good Housekeeping Magazine, 1938. Illustrated 32 pp. color photo booklet, nice loose folded color handbill.
Selling the World of Tomorrow, 1939. Issued Museum of the City of New York, 16 pp. booklet.
The Parade of Modern Roses at the World's Fair of 1940. booklet 8 pp. b&w photos.
List of Registered Port Wine Shippers, Oporto, Portugal, 1939. Oblong format 18 pp. booklet, original string ties. Nicely printed string tied Port hand booklet laid in.
The Modern Method of Home Heating. Automatic Heat at the Lowest Cost of Any Heating Link-Belt Automatic Coal Stoker, New York World's Fair, 1939. With return post-paid post card laid in.
Feasts for the family. Nice layered opening format.
Curtis Kitchens, 1940. Charming small fragile folding pamphlet.
The American Way of Progress, 1939. Booklet 16 pp. w/ great product advertising photos.
The Sealtest Food Adviser, Fall 1939. Illustrated color booklet, 12 pp., w/ 2 folded loose handbills.
108 World's Fair Recipes from Borden's!, 1940. 34 pp. booklet, great illustrations- advertising & packaging.
New York World's Fair Scene at Night. Nice cardboard color lithographed print, intended for framing as souvenir.