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Julia K (.

Location:

New York, NY

Member since:

October 16, 2011

What is your best personal memory / story of the New York Worlds Fair or the Park that exisits today?

I'll have to think about this question but it will probably be from the 1939 one. Look forward to hearing yours and to starting a discussion about the value of the fairs and the park.

How would you help?

I'm a multitalented person and am open to helping in many ways. As I said, I'm interested in the future of the park because it is the most neglected of all major city parks, and because it has this terrific repository of history that is worth saving and publicizing. So let's talk!

Introduction

Hi, I'm a scholar of the World's Fairs, founder of the Friends of Flushing Corona Meadows Park, and a resident of nearby Jackson Heights. Glad to meet other World's Fairs enthusiasts!


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