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September 15, 1958 - Image 6

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world's Fair-Immense, I

NUCLEAR ENERGY - The electro-mechanical hands make it safe for a technician to perform com-
plex experimental operations with radioisotopes without being exposed to the dangers of radiation.

CENTRAL HALL--Fountains and the Dove of Peace add splendoi
ally a good place to gawk and have fun, some observers believe, ha

ISLANDS FOR LIVING-The variety of consumer goods available
in the United States are displayed in this exhibit. The photograph
shows a children's playroom as typical American living habits.

X-RAY MACHINE-Steady interest is shown in the Nuclear Ener-
gy Exhibit in the United States Pavilion by visitors to the Fair. The
Cobalt 60 x-ray machine is used in the treatment of cancer.

FRENCH PAVILION--The French have one of the best art exhibits at the Fair. The display is exclusively 20th Century with great variety.

ATOMIUM Nine giant baps

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