1964-65 World’s Fair left a lasting impression on all who attended. Chronicle readers submit their photos from 50 years ago
Leslie Harrison had fun “holding up” the Unisphere.
Members of the Parisians Band from Corona perform at the New York State Pavilion.
Rachel Epstein, left, with her sisters, Pnina and Debbie, and father, Herman Gershon, waiting for a ride on the monorail.
John Piro performing at the NJ Pavilion in 1965.
Nick Master, front, poses with his family, brother Rocky, left, mom, Leah, and sisters Jane and Anna, at the fair.
The Sachs family of LeFrak City and relatives from Missouri pose at the Unisphere during the fair.
A child’s admission to the fair.
Food must have been cheap at the World’s Fair if Mastro Pizza was offering a nickel discount.
Deborah and Donald Ogonowski, niece and nephew of Jeanette Foletar of Middle Village. The children are photographed outside the Chun King restaurant, where fairgoers could get a full Chinese meal for 99 cents.
A 20 percent discount ticket for Hollywood, California.
Taking a rest at the Astral Fountain are Anthony Castagna and his daughters, Rose Marie, left, and Carol of Brooklyn.
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