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Hall Of Communication
Postcard courtesy of Bob Catania

This view of the seventy-foot entrance facade of the great building, extending over an acre of ground, houses exhibits relating to means of communication at the 1939 Exposition. The structure contains a restaurant seating 500 and the communications “focal exhibit.” Standing sentinel before it are two 160-foot pylons slotted with shafts of light. Architects: Keally and Dean.

Card #: 110

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