|New York, NY: World's Fair Fountain Lake Amphitheatre|
Country: United States of America
State: New York
City: New York
Location: New York World's Fair Grounds (Flushing Meadows-Corona Park)
Open-air theatre, built 1939 by Sloan and Robertson for the New York World's Fair.
Front Text: "New York State Exhibit Building and Fountain Lake Amphitheatre - New York World's Fair 1939"|
Reverse Text: "Combining exhibit space for displays relating to New York State and a huge open air theatre, these two structures overlook Fountain Lake. The stage of the theatre is 180 feet wide and is separated from the spectators by a 60-foot canal of open water. The daily aquacade presented on this stage is one of the highlight of the Fair's many entertainments. Architexts - Sloan and Robertson."
Publisher: Exposition Souvenir Corp.; Natural 'Colortint' Views; Grinnell Litho Co., N. Y. C.; 1939
Type: Official Exposition Postcard; Divided Back
|Permanent link: http://www.andreas-praefcke.de/carthalia/id/1556|