1939 World's Fair B&W Night Photo showing that The Trylon was 700' high, the Perisphere was 200' high, and the George Washington statue stood at 65'. These were truly the "Trademarks" of the 1939 New York World's Fair. Trylon & Perisphere: Henry Dreyfus, designer; Harrison & Fouilhoux, architects. George Washington Statue by James Earl Fraser and John Quincy Ward. In keeping with the theme of the Fair, the GW statue faces the objects representing the future.
Title - "Trademarks"
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