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Architectural Model of the Festival of Gas Pavilion
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Artist's conception of the Festival '64 Restaurant in Festival of Gas
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Festival of Gas Pavilion
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Festival of Gas
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Gardens in the pond of the Festival of Gas Pavilion
SOURCE: © Copyright George Campbell Collection




By day, the Festival of Gas appears to be set in a lake of floating flower beds. Behind the picture windows in foreground is Festival '65 - The American Restaurant, a gourmet's delight specializing in uniquely American dishes from the colonies to today's best regional fare.
SOURCE: News Colorfoto, New York Sunday News, July 4, 1965

Barbecue fans savor Grace Zia Chu's Chinese spareribs cooking over ceramic coals on gas grill in the gaslight patio. Good-by, charcoal!
SOURCE: News Colorfoto by William Klein and Patrick Carroll, New York Sunday News, July 4, 1965

Its umbrella-like roof white-lighted from underneath and its surrounding waters reflecting same, the Festival of Gas pavilion's even more sensational at night. Main display area is under roof.
SOURCE: News Colorfoto by Edmund Peters, New York Sunday News, July 4, 1965

SOURCE: Magazine Electrical Construction and Maintenance, July 1964 - presented courtesy Wayne Bretl Collection

Close-up view of a section of the $15,000 detailed model commissioned by the Gas Companies
SOURCE: New York News SUNDAY Coloroto Magazine, April 12, 1964


 

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