Let's take a trip to the 1964 World's Fair via the Martin family slide box, my office scanner, and the wonder that was Kodachrome:
Scott in the dining car of the Phoebe Snow from Corning to New York.
On the cable car ride at the World's Fair in Flushing Meadow, August 1964.
Brand new Shea Stadium beyond the fairgrounds.
My mother and Jenny at the Unisphere in the era of well-dressed tourists.
Big wheel keep on turning...
Scott, my mother, and me at the Mexican Pavilion.
The Vatican Pavilion.
Learning to drive at the New York State Pavilion.
Scott seems nervous about my driving.
The IBM Pavilion.
Scott with a new friend in the New England Village.
My father and Jenny at the Unisphere.
Back when dinosaurs roamed the earth.
The Festival of Gas Pavilion
(Really. Irony hadn't been invented yet in 1964)
Jenny with a new friend at the Sinclair Dinorama!
Did we really stay up that late?
We invented "Voguing" while the Statue of Liberty looked the other way.
Scott and me in the old Central Park Children's Zoo.
Visiting the Queen Mary.