Gathered around the Pool of Industry, 45 pavilions offer spectacles, stage shows, architectural wonders and a glittering testimonial to America's industrial strength. The hundreds of companies represented in this area, comprising a rough cross section of the nation's economy, have put on display as wide a range of products and services as have ever been assembled for a fair.

All-State Properties and Macy's

American Express

Arlington Hat

Avis Pan American Highway Rides (1965)

Bell System

Better Living Center

Boy Scouts of America

Chunky Candy

Clairol

Churchill Center (1965)

Coca-Cola

Continental Insurance

Demonstration Center (1965)

Du Pont

Dynamic Maturity

Eastman Kodak

Equitable Life

Festival of Gas

Fiesta (1965)

First National City Bank

Formica

General Cigar

General Electric

Hall of Education (1964)

House of Good Taste

International Business Machines

Johnson's Wax

Julimar Farm

Mastro Pizza

Medo Photo Supply

Mormon Church

National Cash Register (NCR)

Oregon

Pan American Highway Gardens (1964)

Parker Pen

Pavilion of American Interiors

Pepsi-Cola

Pool of Industry

Protestant and Orthodox Center

RCA

Rheingold

Russian Orthodox Greek-Catholic Church

Schaefer

Scott Paper

Seven-Up

Simmons

Singer Bowl

Tiparillo Band Pavilion

Tower of Light

Travelers Insurance

U.S. Post Office

World's Fair Pavilion (1964)


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