Your World's Fair memories

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The World’s Fair is a timeless tradition where innovation meets imagination, and families around the world gather together to make history. Whether you attended in 1964, have old family photos from 1939 or lucky enough to attend in another country, we want to see your memories. Share your photos here, and they might be published in Newsday and/or on Newsday.com. (Captions are submitted by readers who share their photos.)

Worlds Fair
(Credit: John Devaney Masssapequa Park)

reader photosJohn Devaney Masssapequa ParkWorlds Fair

World's Fair
(Credit: John Devaney Masssapequa Park)

reader photosJohn Devaney Masssapequa ParkWorld's Fair

My brother and me at the Fair. 1965
(Credit: My Father: S. Klug)

reader photosMy Father: S. KlugMy brother and me at the Fair. 1965 season.

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June1965 worlds fair class trip with 4th grade
(Credit: Theresa Graff)

June1965 worlds fair class trip with 4th grade teacher Mr Zafrano

(Credit: Leonard Silverstein - Flushing M)

reader photosLeonard Silverstein - Flushing M"Fountains of Light" The New York State Pavilion as seen from the GM Pavilion. Taken by Leonard Silverstein. Winner Honorable Mention in a national photo contest

Me and my sister eating peaches at the
(Credit: Frederick Pica, Franklin Square)

reader photosFrederick Pica, Franklin SquareMe and my sister eating peaches at the World's Fair, 1964.

June1965 worlds fair class trip with 4th grade
(Credit: Theresa Graff)

June1965 worlds fair class trip with 4th grade teacher Mr Zafrano

Unisphere at '64 Fair
(Credit: Richard Tellerman - West Islip)

reader photosRichard Tellerman - West IslipUnisphere at '64 Fair

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World's Fair
(Credit: John Devaney Massapequa Park)

reader photosJohn Devaney Massapequa ParkWorld's Fair

City od Light
(Credit: Sam Tellerman, Elmont, NY)

reader photosSam Tellerman, Elmont, NYCity od Light

At the NY 1964-65 Worlds Fair my grandfather
(Credit: Unknown Flushing NY)

reader photosUnknown Flushing NYAt the NY 1964-65 Worlds Fair my grandfather Frank Motto had a pizza concession stand right outside of the Bavarian Village.

June1965 worlds fair class trip with 4th grade
(Credit: Theresa Graff )

June1965 worlds fair class trip with 4th grade teacher Mr Zafrano

Mussolini statue at Italy pavillion - '39 Fair
(Credit: Sam Tellerman Elmont, NY)

reader photosSam Tellerman Elmont, NYMussolini statue at Italy pavillion - '39 Fair

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U.S Steel Pavillion
(Credit: Sam Tellerman, Elmont, NY)

reader photosSam Tellerman, Elmont, NYU.S Steel Pavillion

Photo ID of Frank Motto
(Credit: New York World's Fair 1964-1)

reader photosNew York World's Fair 1964-1Photo ID of Frank Motto

Rosalind Tellerman (Wife) at at '39 Fair
(Credit: Sam Tellerman, Elmont, NY)

reader photosSam Tellerman, Elmont, NYRosalind Tellerman (Wife) at at '39 Fair

Schaefer Center '39 Fair
(Credit: Sam Tellerman, Elmont, NY)

reader photosSam Tellerman, Elmont, NYSchaefer Center '39 Fair

The Fair was the debut of the Ford
(Credit: Bill Cotter, Baldwin)

reader photosBill Cotter, BaldwinThe Fair was the debut of the Ford Mustang. This was taken in June 1964.

Richard Tellerman at '64 fair eating a Belgium
(Credit: Sam Tellerman Elmont, NY)

reader photosSam Tellerman Elmont, NYRichard Tellerman at '64 fair eating a Belgium waffle

U.S Steel pavilion at night
(Credit: Sam Tellerman Elmont, NY)

reader photosSam Tellerman Elmont, NYU.S Steel pavilion at night

Richard Tellerman at '64 Fair
(Credit: Sam Tellerman Elmont, NY)

reader photosSam Tellerman Elmont, NYRichard Tellerman at '64 Fair

Frank Motto selling his original Crispy pizza to
(Credit: Unknown Flushing NY)

reader photosUnknown Flushing NYFrank Motto selling his original Crispy pizza to a happy customer at the 1964-65 NYC World's Fair

World's Fair
(Credit: John Devaney Masssapequa Park)

reader photosJohn Devaney Masssapequa ParkWorld's Fair

Sam and Rosalind Tellerman at '39 Fair
(Credit: unknown-)

reader photosunknown-Sam and Rosalind Tellerman at '39 Fair

Me, my brother and sister at the World
(Credit: Frederick Pica, Franklin Square)

reader photosFrederick Pica, Franklin SquareMe, my brother and sister at the World Fair, 1965.

The Tierney Family, Bridge of Flags to NY
(Credit: Michael Tierney, Elmont, NY)

reader photosMichael Tierney, Elmont, NYThe Tierney Family, Bridge of Flags to NY State Pavilion, 1965

1964 we were just married and visited the
(Credit: Donna stochla)

reader photosDonna stochla1964 we were just married and visited the fair often...it was great and very crowded

My unhappy brother at the World Fair, 1965.
(Credit: Frederick Pica, Franklin Square)

reader photosFrederick Pica, Franklin SquareMy unhappy brother at the World Fair, 1965. He was just told all the Good and Plenty candy was all gone!

The Tierney Family, along with my mother's Uncle
(Credit: Michael Tierney, Elmont, NY)

reader photosMichael Tierney, Elmont, NYThe Tierney Family, along with my mother's Uncle Joe visiting from Czechoslovakia. I'm sort of in this one Fair photo, as my mom is carrying me and I was born a few months later. A very comfortable trip for me.

Just married my new husband and I visited
(Credit: Stephen stochla)

reader photosStephen stochlaJust married my new husband and I visited the fair many times. It was amazing

Harry MacAvoy (from Baldwin) standing in front of
(Credit: Paul MacAvoy, Baldwin)

reader photosPaul MacAvoy, BaldwinHarry MacAvoy (from Baldwin) standing in front of Liberty Bell replica at the 1964-65 NY Worlds Fair.

World's Fair
(Credit: John Devaney Massapequa Park)

reader photosJohn Devaney Massapequa ParkWorld's Fair

Kodak Pavillion
(Credit: Sam Tellerman, Elmont, NY)

reader photosSam Tellerman, Elmont, NYKodak Pavillion

Rosalind and Sam Tellerman - 64 Fair at
(Credit: Richard Tellerman, West Islip)

reader photosRichard Tellerman, West IslipRosalind and Sam Tellerman - 64 Fair at Kodak pavillion

Standing in front of the Unisphere
(Credit: David Chipkin)

reader photosDavid ChipkinStanding in front of the Unisphere

My brother, sister, mother and family friends drying
(Credit: Frederick Pica, Franklin Square)

reader photosFrederick Pica, Franklin SquareMy brother, sister, mother and family friends drying off in the parking lot at the World Fair, 1965, after a rainstorm before we entered the fair.

High view of the Fair, September, 1964.
(Credit: Michael Tierney, Elmont, NY)

reader photosMichael Tierney, Elmont, NYHigh view of the Fair, September, 1964.

World's Fair
(Credit: John Devaney Masssapequa Park)

reader photosJohn Devaney Masssapequa ParkWorld's Fair

At the Post Office Mom (Millie) Sister (Lorraine)
(Credit: Dad (Arthur DeGennaro) Bayside N)

reader photosDad (Arthur DeGennaro) Bayside NAt the Post Office Mom (Millie) Sister (Lorraine) and my self

World's Fair
(Credit: John Devaney Massapequa Park)

reader photosJohn Devaney Massapequa ParkWorld's Fair

The Tierney Family at the Vatican Pavilion.
(Credit: Michael Tierney, Elmont, NY)

reader photosMichael Tierney, Elmont, NYThe Tierney Family at the Vatican Pavilion.

World's Fair
(Credit: John Devaney Masssapequa Park)

reader photosJohn Devaney Masssapequa ParkWorld's Fair

Looking happy having my picture snapped by my
(Credit: Paul MacAvoy, Baldwin)

reader photosPaul MacAvoy, BaldwinLooking happy having my picture snapped by my father in front of the Liberty Bell replica at the 1964-65 NY Worlds Fair.

The Mormon Pavilion
(Credit: Michael Tierney, Elmont, NY)

reader photosMichael Tierney, Elmont, NYThe Mormon Pavilion

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