In 1939 the world was treated to two World's Fairs. While the New York one is the better known of the two, San Francisco also entertained visitors with the Golden Gate International Exposition. Held on the newly built Treasure Island, the GGIE was a smaller event, featuring pavilions with striking architectural designs, fountains, statues and colorful floral displays. The Exposition was successful enough that it was retained for a second season in 1940. The GGIE is also known as the 1939-40 San Francisco World's Fair.


Photos on CD

PHOTOS ON CD

Take a trip back to the days of The Golden Gate International Exposition! Click on the slides for full details on the collection and how to order.



A tour of the GGIE

TOUR THE GOLDEN GATE INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION

Sit back and enjoy a look back at some of the popular pavilions from the Exposition. Sample photos from the CD are presented here for your enjoyment. Click on the ticket to start your tour.