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September 15, 1958 - Image 7

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xciting, A Place To Gawk

to the Central Hall at the Brussels World's Fair. The Fair, while basic-
tewn turned into a propaganda battle between America and Russia.

CIRCULAR FISHING BOAT -- This'is one of three stairwells in the American pavilion. In the right
foreground is a circular fishing boat, equipped with two outboard motors, that draws much attention.

BRITISH PAVILION -- One of dozens of pavilions at the Brussels
World's Fair, Great Britain has a piece of simple and striking
sculpture to draw attention. A visitor is shown examining it.

URBAN PLANNING -- An exhibit illustrating city planning and
urban development is in the American Pavilion. It is a scale model
of Philadelphia. The model contains moveable parts to show how
the city is improved.

eA like an atom in a metal erystaL

CZECHOSLOVAKIAN PAVILION -- This country has carried out the "Progress" theme of the Fair better than its Russian master.

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