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This linen postcard would be perfect to add to your collection, as decoration, to send to someone, scrapbooking and other art projects.

The card is used, but not stamped or postmarked. It is only addressed, and in pencil. It is in OK condition with wear, especially around the corners. 'Made Exclusively for the Exposition Souvenir Corp., L. I. C.'.

Printed on the back:
'Officially Licensed by new York World's Fair
"N. Y. W. F. LIC. N 1020"

'Demonstrating a new form in theatre construction, the Hall of Music uses the flowing lines of functional construction throughout. Two and a half thousand spectators daily fill its auditorium to hear and see many of the great musical presentations of our times.
ARCHITECTS - Reinhard and Hofmeister.'

In 1935 the 1939 New York's World's Fair was dreamt up by a group of retired policemen who thought New York City could use some cheer. The 1939's New York's World Fair would go on to be the largest international event since World War I. The World's Fair opened on April 30th, 1939.

I started collecting vintage postcards and stamps a couple of years ago. I hope you love them as much as I do! My cards and stamps can be used for collecting, sending, scrapbooking, making jewelry, book covers, paintings and many other different types of art projects.

Each order comes with a bonus random card or stamp from my collection.

NEW YORK's World FAIR 1939, Vintage Linen Postcard, Used


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: linen, paper
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
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