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Department 'vith Bnu.Jl ian l'::!:h ..• ;.f 1 s .:mu ottwrs
interested in the vhi t tu Lhi , , ,,ur:try or
President Goulart of
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is now tt>nr.:.ativP1y Jl.'.l'•i ;:J,'il, <'l• :·;atnc;:;y, t\pril
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because it ha::; i1uc \t'f_ 1.1'("/i :Iflf>tc

e•i l:y: . ..ian Foreign.:
Office, !11 facl, t.t(' tc·tl!; pr·, ... ·,ra;t ''·'. • fro:Il
time to time befon· th<lt: (:·H.··. HDv:ev• r, t·:c f11r-t that it
is now offlctally a p,::.n·t ,,;- the advdr:ct- pr:_,f:p·;u i:; one
more indication to y0u of rhe -whici1 I continue to
have in the FRir.
When plans btcorne definite, 1 will inform Tom D61gan's
Washington office so that d ll appropriate arrangements
can be made. In addition, l • .. :iU follo•.,, the same procedu-re
with all uf the state and official visitors who will visit
the New York area as of tt1c· President in
coming year and will advi.se yl)u in each instance accordingly ..
With all very bchl, I am,
The Honorable
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NEWBOLD MORRIS
COIIIIIIIIIONU
THE CITY OF NEW YORK
DEPARTMENT OF PARKS
ARSENAL
64TH STREET AND FIFTH AVENUE
CENTRAL PARK
NIW YORK 21, N.Y.
February 19, 1962
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JOHN A. MULcLv
ALIXANDIR WIRIN
A811aTANT IEXBCUTIVB OP'P'ICZII
BAMUIEL M. WHITE
DIIIBCTOR MAINTBNANCB a OJIIIRATION
NOTICE OF MEETING OF NEW YORK CITY WuR.LD'S FAIR COMMISSION
Office of the Mayor
City Hall, New York
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Notice is hereby given of a meeting of the New York City World's Fair Com-
mission on Tuesday, March 6, at 3 p. m • , in the office of the Mayor, City
Hall, New York.
At this meeting, a decision should be reached on the preparation of the entire
City Building at Flushing Meadow Park for a complete city exhibit.
Newbold Morris
Executive Secretary
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April 3, 196Z
MEMORANDUM FROM
PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL
TO: ROBERT MOSES
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The attached from Bernard Glttel1on under
date of April Znd, l• •elf-explanatory and for your
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The Roy Bernard IIlC .
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CONFIDENTIAL
The Honorable Paul R. Screvane
President of the Counci I
City Hall
New York, N.Y.
Dear Paul:
PUBUC RELATIONS
Apri I 2, 1962
Several of my clients are involved in the Seattle World Fair and they
hove all told me that in their recent trips to Seattle, they were shocked by the
abuse of visitors by local residents in over-charging in restaurants, hotels and
even shops. As a matter of fact, it has become so bad that some of the residents
are wearing pins saying
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1 was born in Seattle-- don•t gouge me.
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Knowing of your interest in the World Fair to be held in New York, (
bring this to your attention as it would ,:indeed be a crime if as a result of this great I
Fair which we are preparing in New York, there should be adverse publicity against
the City and its residents. Consideration might be given to some special committee
being formed to do as much as possible to prevent this kind of black eye, which
negates so much of the wonderful things one hopes to accomplish through a World
Fair.
Although it may be a small item, you and I both know that a piece of grit
in one•s eye is annoying even if one is watching the most beautiful opera.
I have not heard from your f'.Ar. Kay on either of the two projects we
discussed lost month.
With kind personal regards, I remain
BG/sm
6.1'1 \IADISOI\ A\f.NlE e
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NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT FLUSHING MEADOW PARK
FLUSHING 52. N.Y. ' TELEPHONE- AREA CODE 212- WF 4-1964 • CABLE ADDRESs"WORLOSFAIR"
THOMAS J_ DEEGAN, .JR.
P[ACt THROUGH
UNO!.RSTANOINO
ROBERT MOSES
PRESIDENT
April 4, 196Z
MEMORANDUM TO MR. ROBERT MOSES
FROM .MR.. THOMAS J. DEEGAN, JR.
CHAIRMAN
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
REPLY TO:
TIME AND BUILDING
PLAZA
NEW YORK 20, N.Y.
1 talked to the Cardinal this morning. He returned from Rome
last night. _·cA meeting vlith him at the Residence has been
arranged for Friday morning, AprU 6th, 10:30 o'clock, with
Messrs. Shanahan, Poletti and myself to get on with the practical
details of a Vatican Pavilion.
TJD/kp
cc: Executive Committee /
TO:
FROM:
SUIIJIECT:
NEW YORK WORLD'S
MR. MOSES
Mr. Thornton
Attached hereto are the 50 copies which you requested
of the relevant pages of Chapter 263 of the laws of 1962 makinq
an appropriation of $5, 000, 000 for the New York State Exhibit.
Chapter 263 is a bill of well over 100 pages, so I only
had reproduced the pages relating to the appropriation for
the State Exhibit.
Attachments
STATE OF
MAR31
NEW
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Related Interests

.ORK
lntro. 3955
IN SENATE
March 30, 1962
Introduced by COMMITTEE ON RULES-read t.wice and ordered
printed, a11d when printed to be committed to the Committee on
Finanee
AN ACT
To amend chapters one, one hundred thirty, one hundred thirty-
one, one hundred thirty-two, one hundred thirty-three and
one hundred thirty-four of the laws of nineteen hundred sixty-
two, in relation to making appropriations for the support of
government
2'1ae PHpl. of IAe BttJie of New Yora, repr....,.le4 m Seraala otWI
Allembl!l, do mocl tU follow!:
1 Section 1. Section one of chapter one hundred thirty of the laws
2 of ninPtecu hundred sixty-two i.q herPby amended by repealing the
8 items hPrrinbelow set forth in and by adding to sueh
' section the othPr itl'ms Rl't for'th in italics iu this section.
6 GENERAL FUND-STATE PURPOSES FUND
6 EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
7 EXECUTIVE CHAMBER
9 Maintenance undistributed
bJUII.lTIOI- Matter In itoli<1i1 n•w; matter in br&ekell [ ] i1 old law to be amitled.
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MISCELLANEOUS
NEW YORK STATE COMMISSION ON THE WORLD'S
FAIR
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Por 1ertJicel ancl upe'ltses includi'ltg labor, er&gineer·
5 t'ltg, m arc1t.iteotural. servicel, materials, .upPUu,
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furnisMt&ge, equipment, ex1r.ibits, displays, sertJice
7
cot&neotiom and improvement of groundl, inclvditag
8
aU other it1oidentat eost1 in connection llerelo for
9
t1r.e of a New York State E:thibit
10 itag at tlt.e World's Fair 1964-65
11 The appropriation hereby t11ade is payoble on the
12 cerliftoote of the Olt.airmon of the New York Stille
13 Commission tm llt.e World's Fair, nofwitksftmdiftD
14 tile prouiaiom of the pubUo buildings law, the date
15 llnanee l6w or any other general. or special law1 to
16 f1r.e contrary ••................•..•.....•••••.• 5,000,000 00
17 ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES
18 ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATION FOR STATE
19 CONSTBUCI'ION PROJECl'S
20 The sum of [two] one million, flve hundred thouaand
21 dollars [($2,500,000)] ($1,500,000) or ao much
22 thereof as may be required is hereby appropriated
23 from the capital construction fund to supplement
24 any appropriation made available for the eonstruc-
25 tion of any State project. Such sum shall be avail·
26 able only upon the certification of the superintend-
27 ent of publie works, or the conservation eommia-

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NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT FLUSHING MEADOW PARK
f'LUIHINCI 152, N.Y. • T!L£PHONE ·ARlA CODE 212 • WF 4·1964 • CABLE ADDREss"WORLOSFAIR"
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April 5, 1962
ERNESTINE A. HAIG
llcatTAJIY OP '"&
deraTAN'f 10 THE ..-atDI:NT
TO: EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
STAFF
CONSULTANTS
ALL SECRETARIES
FROM: ERNESTINE HAIG
Attached.is a revised list of the Executive
Committee, dated April 5, 1962.
It is important that you destroy all previous
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NOTE - In re. all questions regarding composition of Executive Committee
and Board of Directors - please call Miss Haiq (2232)
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NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT F'L.USHING MEAOOW·PARK
f'LUSHitiG 52, N.Y. • TEL£PHONE·ARtA COD£ 212· WF 4·1964 • CABLE: ADDRESS"WORLOSFAIA"
f'IAC:C TH--OUOH
UNO&JtiTANOINO
REVISED LIST
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
of April 5, 1962)
ROBERT MOSES
PRIIIDCMT
·rhomas J. Deegan, Jr., Chairman
Chairman, Thomas J. Deegan Company, Inc.
Time & Life Building
Rockefeller Center
New York 20, New York
Hon. Ralph J. Bunche
Under Secretary
The United Nations
New York 17, New York
Hon. Edward F. Cavanaqh, Jr.
Deputy Mayor
City Hall
New York 7, New York
Lou R. Crandall, Chairman
George A. Fuller Company
59 7 Madison Avenue
New York 21, New York
Hon. James J. Delaney
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
Bernard F. Gimbel, Chairman
Gimbel Brothers, Inc.
Broadway and 33rd Street
New York 1, New York
Wallace K. Harrison
Harrison & Abramovitz
630 Fifth Avenue
New York 20, New York
Mrs. Mary W. Lasker, President
Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation
405 Lexington Avenue
New York 17, New York
Robert Moses, President
Comm. Richard C. Patterson, Jr.
New York City Department of
Public Events
625 Madison Avenue
New York 22, New York
Charles Poletti, Vice President
International Affairs and Exhibits
New York World's Fair Corporation
General William E. Potter
Executive Vice President
New York World's Fair Corporation
Charles F. Preusse
Whitman Ransom & Coulson
522 Fifth Avenue
New York 36, New York
William E. Robinson
Chairman, Executive Committee
The Coca-Cola Company
NOTE : Send all mail for
Mr. Robinson to Miss Haig
Judge Samuel I. Rosenman
Rosenman Colin Kaye Petschek
and Freund
575 Madison Avenue
New York 22,
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Ron. R. Screvane, President
Ci[E' Council
Ci Hall
Ne ork_G_ York
George E. Spargo, General Manager
Triborough Bridge & Tunnel Authority
Triborough Station-Box 35
New York 35, New York
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NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964·1965 CORPORATION
INTERNA1"10NAL EXPOSITION AT FLUSHING MEADOW PARK
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FIOBERT MOSES
PllltSIPCHT
April 5, 1962
TO: EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
STAFF
CONSULTANTS
ALL SECRETARIES
FROM: ERJ:-.lESTlNE HAIG
Attached you will find a revlsed llst of the
Board of Directors, dated March 12, 1962, whkh
ERNESTINE A. HAIG
SIIGitlTAit'Y or THI CO,._.,OAUIOH
Ati!&TANT TO THI: ,.IUIICC .. T
shows delet1ons, additions and changes in addresses
since November 2, 1961.
Please destroy any prior lists you have in
order to avoid confusion and misinformaeon.

Ernestine R. Ha':l
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
MARCH 12, 1962
HONORARY CHAIRMEN
Hon. Herbert Hoover
The Waldorf Towers
Park Avenue at Fiftieth
Street
New York, N. Y.
Herbert L. Barnet
President
Pepsi-Cola Company
500 Park Avenue
New York 22, N. Y.
Vincent G. Barnett
Chairman of the Board
Barber Steamship Lines
17 Battery Place
New York 4, N. Y.
Hon. Harry S. Truman
The Harry S. Truman
Library
Independence, Missouri
DIRECTORS
Hon. Dwight D. Eisenhower
Gettysburg,
Pennsylvania
Robert E. Blum
Vice President
Abraham & Straus
422 F\Uton Street
Brooklyn 1, N. Y.
Benjamin Botwinick
President
Taxicab Bureau, Inc.
1775 Broadway
New York 19, N. Y.
Rear Admiral Joln J. Bergen (Ret.)
Chairman of the Board
Frederic H. Brandi
President
Graham Paige Corporation
410 Park Avenue
New York 22, N. Y.
James B. Black
Chairman
Pacific Gas & Electric Company
245 Market Street
San Francisco, Califorrda
William Black
Chairman of Board and
Chief Executive Officer
Chock Full 0' Nuts
425 Lexington A venue
New York 17, N. Y.
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Dillon Read & Company, Inc.
46 William Street
New York 5, N. Y.
Peter J. Brennan
President
Building & Construction Trades Cou.ncll
441 Lexington A venue
New York 17, N. Y.
Edgar M. Bronfman
President
Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, Inc.
375 Park Avenue
New York 22, N. Y.
Dr. Detlev W. Bronk
President
The Rockefeller Institute
York Avenue and 67th Street
New York 21, New York
Hon. Ralph J. Bunche
Under Secretary
The United Nations
New York 17, New York
William H. Burkhart
Chairman of the Board
Lever Brothers Company
390 Park Avenue
New York 22, New York
Selig S. Burrows, President
New York Globe Laundry, Inc.
514 West 49th Street
New York 19, New York
David R. Calhoun, Jr., President
St. Louis Union Trust Co.
St. Louis, Missouri
Hon. Joseph F. Carlino
52 East Park Avenue
Long Beach, New York
Amon G. Carter, Jr., President
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Fort Worth, Texas
Elmer A. Carter
Special Assistant to the Governor
for Intergroup Relations
22 West 55th Street
New York 19, New York
Hon. Edward F. Cavanagh, Jr.
Deputy Mayor
City Hall
New York 7, New York
Hon. Emanuel Celler
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
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Norman Chandler, President
Los .Angeles Times
202 West First Street
Los Angeles 53, California
Howard L. Clark
President
American Express Company
65 Broadway
New York 6, New York
Gen. Lucius D. Clay (Ret. )
Chairman of the Board
Continental Can Company
633 Third Avenue
New York 17, New York
L. Gary Clemente
41 East 42nd Street
New York 17, New York
Clark M Clifford
1523 L Street, N. W.
Washington, D. C.
Fairfax M. Cone
Chairman, Executive Committee
Foote, Cone & Belding
Chicago, illinois
John F. Connelly
Chairman of the Board and President
Crown Cork & Seal Company, Inc.
9300 Ashton Road
Philadelphia 36, Pennsylvania
Edward Corsi
60 East 96th Street
New York 28, New York
Hen. Myron M. Cowen
Surrey Karasik Gould and Greene
1116 Woodward Building
Washington 5, D. C.
Gardner Cowles
Chairman and President
Cowles Magazines, Inc.
488 Madison Avenue
New York 22, N. Y.
Lou R. Crandall
Chairman of the Board
George A. Fuller Company
597 Madison Avenue
New York 21, N. Y.
Colonel Henry Crown
300 West Washington Street
Chicago, illinois
HowardS. Cullman
Cullman Brothers, Inc.
161 Front Street
New York 38, N. Y.
Chester Dale
Plaza Hotel
758 Fifth Avenue
New York 19, N. Y.
Lloyd H. Dalzell
Chairman of the Board
Dalzell Towing Company, Inc.
17 Battery Place
New York 4, N. Y.
Miss Jean Dalrymple
New York City Center
130 West 56th Street
New York 19, N. Y.
Mrs. Tobe Coller Davis
Tobe & Associates, Inc.
11 West 42nd Street
New York 36, N. Y.
Donald C. Dayton
President
Dayton's
Minneapolis 2, Minnesota
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Thomas J. Deegan, Jr.
Chairman
Thomas J. Deegan Company, Inc.
Time & Life Building
Rockefeller Center
New York 20, N. Y.
Raymond C. Deering
Senior Vice President
Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company
55 Broad Street
New York 4, N. Y.
Hon. James J. Delaney
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
Hon. Thomas E. Dewey
Dewey Ballantine Bushby Palmer & Wood
40 Wall Street
New York 5, New York
Rene d' Harnoncourt
Director
Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53rd Street
New York 19, New York
Lowell S. Dillingham
President
Oahu Rail way & Land Company
Honolulu, Hawaii
Morton Downey
640 Park Avenue
New York 21, N. Y.
Harold J. Drescher
29 Broadway
New York 4, N. Y.
Orvil E. Dryfoos
President and Publisher
The New York Times
229 West 43rd Street
New York 36, New York
Joseph C. Duke
Sergeant at Arms
United States Senate
Washington, D. C.
Ferdinand Eberstadt
F. Eberstadt & Company
65 Broadway
New York 6, N. Y.
Charles E. Eble
President
Consolidated Edison Company
of New York, Inc.
4 Irving Place
New York 3, N. Y.
Frederic W. Ecker
Chairman of the Board
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
1 Madison Avenue
New York 10, N. Y.
G. S. Eyssell
President
Rockefeller Center, Inc.
50 Rockefeller Plaza
New York 20, N. Y.
James A. Farley
Chairman af the Board
The Coca-Cola Export Corp.
515 Madison Avenue
New York 22, N. Y.
Mrs. Joseph R. Farrington
3180 Pacific Heights Road
Honolulu, Hawaii
Horace C. Flanigan
Chairman of the Board
Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co.
44 Wall Street
New York 4, N. Y.
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F. M. Flynn
President and Publisher
The News
220 East 42nd Street
New York 17, N. Y.
Gen. John M. Franklin
Chairman of the Board
United States Lines
1 Broadway
New York 4, N. Y.
Richard W. Freeman
President
The Louisiana Coca- Cola
Bottling Co. , Ltd.
1050 S. Jefferson Davis Parkway
New Orleans, Louisiana
Robert D. L. Gardiner
230 Park Avenue
New York 17, N. Y.
Ira H. Genet
24-16 Bridge Plaza
Long Island City 1, N. Y.
Paolino Gerli
Chairman of the Board
Gerli & Company, Inc.
2 Park Avenue
New York 16, N. Y.
Bernard F. Gimbel
Chairman of the Board
Gimbel Brothers, Inc.
33rd Street and Broadway
New York 1, N. Y.
Fred M. Glass
Executive Vice President
The Hertz Corporation
660 Madison Avenue
New York 21, N. Y.
Thomas F. Gleed
President
Simpson Timber Company
1010 White Building
Seattle 1, Washington
Thomas M. Goodfellow, President
Long Island Railroad Company
Jamaica Station
Jamaica 35, Long Island, N.Y.
Harry E. Gould
Chairman of the Board
Universal American Corp.
535 Fifth Avenue
New York 17, N. Y.
Harold E. Gray
Executive Vice President
Pan American World Airways
New York International Airport
Jamaica 30, N. Y.
Peter Grimm
Chairman of the Board
William A. White & Son
51 East 42nd Street
New York 17, N. Y.
Mrs. Alicia Patterson Guggenheim
Editor and Publisher
Newsday, Inc.
550 Stewart A venue
Garden City, N. Y.
Hon. Seymour Halpern
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
John W. Hanes
460 Park Avenue
New York 22, N. Y.
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Hon. W. Averell Harriman
Assistant Secretary of State for
Far Eastern Affairs
Department of State
Washington 25, D. C.
Wallace K. Harrison
Harrison & Abramovitz
630 Fifth Avenue
New York 20, N. Y.
Houston Harte
Harte Hanks & Company
P. 0. Box 5111
San Angelo, Texas
Huntington Hartford
420 Lexington A venue
New York 17, N. Y.
Mrs. Enid A. Haupt
Editor and Publisher
Seventeen Magazine
320 Park Avenue
New York 22, N. Y.
William R. Hearst, Jr.
Chairman of the Board
Hearst Corporation
959 Eighth Avenue
New York 19, N. Y.
Dr. James M. Hester
President
New York University
40 Washington Square, South
New York 3, N. Y.
Hon. Lester Holtzman
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
Stanley C. Hope
Chairman of the Board
Sound Scriber Corporation
620 Fifth A venue
New York 20, N. Y.
Roy W. Howard
Chairman, Executive Committee
Scripps-Howard Newspapers
230 Park A venue
New York 17, N. Y.
Palmer Hoyt
Editor and Publisher
The Denver Post
Denver, Colorado
George Hyam
President
George Hyarn Associates
230 Park A venue
New York 17, N. Y.
Hon. Jacob K. Javits
United States Senate
Washington, D. C.
Richard L. Jones, Jr.
President
Tulsa Tribune
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Devereux C. Josephs
Director
New York Life Insurance Company
51 Madison A venue
New York 10, N. Y.
Hon. Kenneth B. Keating
United States Senate
Washington, D. C.
Hon. Edna F. Kelly (Mrs.)
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
James M. Kemper, Jr.
President
Commerce Trust Company
Kansas City 41, Missouri
Hon. Eugene J. Keogh
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
Joseph H. King
Eastman Dillon, Union Securities & Co.
15 Broad Street
New York 5, N. Y.
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Admiral Alan G. Kirk
One West 72nd Street
New York 23, N. Y.
Dr. Grayson Kirk
President
Columbia University
New York 27, N. Y.
John S. Knight
President and Publisher
The Miami Herald
Miami 30, Florida
Walter E. Kolb
President
Bank of Cornm erce
56 East 42nd Street
New York 17, N. Y.
I. Robert Kriendler
Jack & Charlie's "21"
21 West 52nd Street
New York 19, N. Y.
Miss Eleanor Lambert
32 East 57th Street
New York 22, N. Y.
Mrs. Albert D. Lasker
405 Lexington Avenue
New York 17, N. Y.
Robert Lehman
President
Lehman Brothers
1 William Street
New York 4, N. Y.
Douglas Leigh
President
Douglas Leigh, Inc.
530 Fifth A venue
New York 36, N. Y.
Hon. Arthur Levitt
State Comptroller
Albany 1. N. Y.
David M. Levitt
President
DCA Food Industries, Inc.
45 Vfest 36th Street
New York 18, N. Y.
Mr. Kuo Ching Li, Jr.
Chairman
Wah Chang Corporation
233 Broadway
New York 7, N. Y.
Mrs. Oswald Bates Lord
770 Park A venue
New York 22, N. Y.
George H. Love
Chairman of the Board
Consolidation Coal Company
Koppers Building
Pittsburgh 19, Pa.
Henry R. Luce
Editor in Chief
Time, Incorporated
Time & Life Building
Rockefeller Center
New York 20, N. Y.
Nils A. Lundberg
Brooks-Harvey & Company
41 East 42nd Street
New York 17, N. Y.
Richard L. Maloney, Jr.
President
New York Savings Bank
81 Eighth A venue
New York 11, N. Y.
Stanley Marcus
Neiman-Marcus
Dallas 1, Texas
Rev. Dr. Julius Mark
Congregation Ernanu-El
1 East 65th Street
New York 21, N. Y.
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Joseph A. Martino
President
National Lead Company
111 Broadway
New York 5, N. Y.
Charles B. McCabe
Publisher
New York Daily Mirror
235 East 45th Street
New York 17, N. Y.
Very Rev. Laurence J. McGinley, S.J.
President
Fordham University
New York 58, N. Y.
Michael J. Merkin
President
M. J. Merkin Paint Company, Inc.
1441 Broadway
New York, N. Y.
Mrs. William Blair Meyer
720 Park Avenue
New York, N. Y.
Thorn as Jefferson Miley
99 Church Street
New York 7, N. Y.
Paul Miller:
President
The Gannett Newspapers
Rochester 14, N. Y.
Han. MacNeil Mitchell
36 West 44th Street
New York 36, N. Y.
Joseph Monserrat
Director of the Commonwealth
of Puerto Rico
Department of Labor, Migration Division
322 West 45th Street
New York 36, N. Y.
George S. Moore
President
First National City Bank
399 Park Avenue
New York 22, N. Y.
Roy W. Moore, Jr.
· President
Canada Dry Corporation
100 Park Avenue
New York 17, N. Y.
William H. Moore
Chairman of the Board
Bankers Trust Company
16 Wall Street
New York 5, N. Y.
Eugene Mori
Box 253
Vineland, New Jersey
William H. Morton
President
William H. Morton & Co. , Inc.
20 Exchange Place
New York 5, N. Y.
Honorable Robert Moses
1 Gracie Square
New York 28, N. Y.
Arthur H. Motley
President
Parade Publications, Inc.
28 5 Madison A venue
New York 17, N. Y.
Norman N. Newhouse
Editor
Long Island Press
92-20 168th Street
Jamaica 33, N. Y.
Carroll V. Newsom
Executive Vice President
Prentice- Hall, Inc.
Englewood Cliffs, N. J.
William S. Paley
Chairman of the Board
Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.
485 Madison Avenue
New York 22, N. Y.
H. Bruce Palmer
President
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company
520 Broad Street
Newark 1, N. J.
J. Anthony Panuch
Vice President
New York World's Fair 1964-1965 Corp.
Flushing 52, N. Y.
Iva S. V. Patcevitch
President and Chairman of Board
Conde Nast Publications Inc.
420 Lexington A venue
New York 17, N. Y.
Hon. Richard C. Patterson, Jr.
Commissioner
New York City Department of
Public Events
62 5 Madison A venue
New York 21, N. Y.
Alfred E. Perlman
President
New York Central System
230 Park A venue
New York 17, N. Y.
Clifton W. Phalen
President
New York Telephone Company
140 West Street
New York 7, N. Y.
Hon. Samuel R. Pierce, Jr.
Battle Fowler Stokes & Kheel
477 Madison A venue
New York 22, N. Y.
Hon. Charles Poletti
Vice President
New York World's Fair 1964-1965 Corp.
Flushing 52, New York
Fortune Pope
136 West 52nd Street
New York, N. Y.
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Jacob S. Potofsky
·President
Amalgamated Clothing Workers
of America
15 Union Square
New York 3, N. Y.
General William E. Potter
Executive Vice President
New York World's Fair 1964-1965 Corp.
Flushing 52, N. Y.
Charles F. Preusse
Whitman Ransom & Coulson
522 Fifth A venue
New York 36, N. Y.
Eugene C. Pulliam
Publisher
The Indianapolis Star and
The Indianapolis News
Indianapolis, Indiana
Roland L. Redmond
2 Wall Street
New York 5, N. Y.
William S. Renchard
President
Chemical Bank New York Trust
Company
165 Broadway
New York 6, N. Y.
Frederick W. Richmond
President
Urban League of Greater New York
7 43 Fifth A venue
New York 22, N. Y.
Captain Edward V. Rickenbacker
Chairman of the Board
Eastern Airlines, Inc.
10 Rockefeller Plaza
New York 20, N. Y.
Harold Riegelm an
420 Lexington A venue
New York 17, N. Y.
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William E. Robinson
Chairman, Executive Committee
The Coca-Cola Company
(Send all mail for Mr. Robinson
to Miss Haig)
David Rockefeller
Presidel}t
The Chase Manhattan Bank
#1 Chase Manhattan Plaza
New York 5, N. Y.
John D. Rockefeller ITI
Chairman of the Board
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York 20, N. Y.
Ron. John J. Rooney
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
John A. Roosevelt
Bache & Company
36 Wall Street
New York 5, N. Y.
James J. Rorimer
Director
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Fifth A venue at 82nd Street
New York 28, N. Y.
Alex Rose
President
United Hatters, Cap & Millinery
Workers International Union
245 Fifth Avenue
New York 16, N. Y.
Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg
Anna M. Rosenberg Associates
444 Madison Avenue
New York 22, N. Y.
Ron. Samuel I. Rosenman
Rosenman Colin Kaye Petschek & Freund
575 Madison Avenue
New York 22, N. Y.
Stanley M. Rumbough, Jr.
445· Park A venue
New York, N. Y.
Hon. Paul R. Screvane
President, City Council
City Hall
New York 7, N. Y.
Thorn as J. Shanahan
President
Federation Bank & Trust Company
10 Columbus Circle
New York 19, N. Y.
Hon. Joseph T. Sharkey
The City Council
City Hall
New York 7, N. Y.
Dale E. Sharp
President
Morgan Guaranty Trust Company
140 Broadway
New York 5, N. Y.
William A. Shea
Manning Hollinger & Shea
41 East 42nd Street
New York 17, N. Y.
David A. Shepard
Executive Vice President
Standard Oil Company (N. J.)
30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York 20, N. Y.
C. R. Smith
President
American Airlines, Inc.
100 Park Avenue
New York 17, N. Y.
John I. Snyder, Jr.
Chairman of Board and President
U. S. Industries, Inc.
250 Park Avenue
New York 17, N. Y.
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Dr. Ralph W. Sackman
830 Park A venue
New York, N. Y.
Joseph P. Spang, Jr.
The Gillette Company
Gillette Park
Boston 6, Massachusetts
George E Spargo
General Manager
Triborough Bridge & Tunnel Authority
Triborough Station, Box 35
New York 35, N. Y.
Jack I. Straus
Chairman of Board
R. H. Macy & Company
151 West 34th Street
New York, N. Y.
Ralph I. Straus
331 Madison A venue
New York 17, N. Y.
Major General I .'.ef J. Sverdrup
President
Sverdrup & Parcel Engineering Co.
915 Olive Strest
St. Louis 1, Mi::;souri
George C.
President
The Marine MicUa.ncl Tr11st Company
of Nevr
120
New Yorl< 15,
Austin J. Tc:'i ··
Executive GiH
The Port oi · -,o.c'l<:: Authority
111 Eighth
New York 1 L, F.
William J. .l'L.· . :;
President
Tracy Towi<cg Inc.
1 Broadway
New York 4. 'T
f{on. Anthony J. Travia
270 Broadway
New York 7, N. Y.
Mrs. Marietta Tree (Mrs. Ronald)
123 East 79th Street
New York 21, N. Y.
Juan T. Trippe
President
Pan American·World Airways
135 East 42nd Street
New York 17, N. Y.
H. C. Turner, Jr.
President
Turner Construction Company
150 East 42nd Street
New York 17, N. Y.
Harry Van Arsdale, Jr.
President
New York City Central Labor
Council AFL-CIO
130 East 25th Street
New York 10, N. Y.
Thomas J. Watson, Jr.
President
International Business Machines Corp.
590 Madison Avenue
New York 22, N. Y.
Sidney J. Weinberg
Goldman, Sachs & Company
20 Broad Street
New York 5, N. Y.
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Alexander M. White
Senior Partner
White, Weld & Company
20 Broad Street
New York 5, N. Y.
Robert M. White II
The Ledger
Mexico, Missouri
Han. John Hay Whitney
Publisher and Editor-in-Chief
New York Herald Tribune
230 West 41st Street
New York 36, N. Y.
Mrs. Wendell Willkie
20 East 76th Street
New York 21, N. Y.
Norman K. VIinston
22 West 48th Street
New York 36, N. Y.
Hon. Joseph Zaretzki
160 Cabrini Boulevard
New York 33, N. Y.
William Zeckendorf
President
Webb & Knapp, Inc.
383 Madison A venue
New York 17, N. Y.
INFORMATION QQ!I 4/62-R6
NEW YORK vlORLD
1
S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
Flushing Meadow Park
Flushing 52, New York
FROM: WM, J • DONOGHUE CORPORATION
10 Columbus N.Y.C,
REFER INQU m IES TO :
Pete McDonne 11
Jerome Edelberg
JU 2-7060
WF 4-1964
FQB. RELEASE: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1962
April 17, 1962
Jo Copeland, noted New York dress designer, whose name, drawn
out of a hat filled with thirty-five famous fashion labels won her the
honor of creating the costumes for the three New York 1964-1965 World's
Fair hostesses at the Seattle Century 21 today (Tuesday)
gave Robert Moses a private preview of the finished wardrobes before
they were shipped to Seattle for their debut April 21st.
Model Lou Bee Brooks displayed the three dresses with matching
jackets and the raincoat which will make the three New York hostesses
perfect representatives of both the coming New York World's Fair and
New York as a world fashion capital.
The color scheme of all the clothes is that adopted officially
by the New York 't-lorld
1
s Fair: deep sea blue and vivid sun orange,
official colors of the City of New York, All three jacket-dresses are
the same in design and color (blue}, but in three different fabrics
to accommodate to changes in temperature durine their five months of
service. For moderate days, Miss Copeland chose blue the
elegant and high fashion silk-and-

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lOl,oted material. For hot weather,
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the dress is in the same blue Fibrin, a new

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laffle-weave material
which looks like natural cotton but is utterly cool and crease-
resistant •. For cool days, the designer selected thin wool jersey in
the New York World's Fair blue. All three dresses are detailed in
orange silk linen and there is an orange sillr linen scarf-stole to
be worn with all the dresses.
The dress itself is a two-piece tuck-in with a gently shaped,
sleeveless bodice on which are vertical bracket-shaped appliques at
the bosom, The skirt is moderately flared in a firm silhouette, with
a deep unpressed pleat at front and back and bracket-detailed pockets
hidden in the side seams at the hipline. The sl<"irt has a curved
tailored belt of the blue fabric with a front section of the orange
silk linen and a narrow curving gilt buckle.
Over each dress goes a handsome little waistlength, collarless
jacket with its front cut in a double curve to form a bracket-line.
At the point of this line is set a single big carved gilt button. The
jacket is lined in the orange silk linen.
The raincoat, executed by the New York raincoat experts,
Lawrence of London, is made of the orange silk linen in a water-
repellent finish. The coat is simple, easy and strictly tailored, with
a small turned-back stitched silk linen rain hat.
Because they will be indoors as official hostesses in the
New York World's Fair headquarters at the Seattle Exposition, the girls
will not wear hats or gloves when on duty, Miss Copeland said, They
will carry good-looking amber bro

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ln leather pouch handbags designed by
Koret. The bag fastens with a gilt button and with gilt chain-and-
leather straps. The hostesses will wear plain brown leather pumps by
I. Miller. Their jewelry will be a triple strand of carved gilt beads
by Napier.
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10RLD
1
S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
Flushing Meadow Park
Flushing 52
1
Nei'r York
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April 17, 1962
FROM: WM, J. DONOGHUE CORPORATION
10 Columbus Circle, N. Y ,C.
REFER INQUIR ms TO:
Pete McDonnell
Jerome Edelberg
JU 2-7060
WF 4-1964
lQB. RELEASE: AFTER !I.Q.QJi, \tlEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1962
The largest and most modern Marina and boating center on the
east coast of the United States is assured as a major attraction of
the New York 1964-1965 ~ l o r l d
1
s Fair according to a Memorandum or
Understanding scheduled to be signed today (vlednesday) at the Flushing
Bay site or the installation by Robert Moses, Fair president, and
executives of Marinas of the Future, Inc. Mr. Moses pointed out that
the waterfront facilities will remain after the Fair as permanent im-
provements for public enjoyment.
Founders of Marinas of the Future, Inc., which will construct
and operate the boating center at the Flushing Meadow Park site of
the New York international exposition, are James B. Briggs of Erwin,
Wasey, Ruthrauf & Ryan and Vlilliam c. Crane, Jr., of G. L. Ohrstrom
& Co.
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Plans for the Marina

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Jere developed in cooperation with
O't'tens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation which will take an active part in
the enterprise. Constructed of colorful Fiberglas reinforced plastics,
the Marina elements will retain their beauty indefinitely. Mainten-
ance will be at a minimum and many new innovations will be introduced.
Mayor Robert F. Wagner and the Board of Estimate endorsed the
waterfront project in principle on April 5, 1962 and authorized final
negotiations. Newbold ~ 1 o r r i s , Commissioner of Parks, was expected to
attend the ceremony today marking the signinG of the Memorandum of
Understanding, which is the forerunner of a three-party contract among
r1arinas of the Future' Inc.' the New York vlorld Is Fair 1964-1965
Corporation and the New York City Department of Parks. The contract
will be reviewed by the Board of Estimate before final approval.
The present Flushing Boat Basin will be incorporated in the
ne

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l Marina. A fixed pier, similar to the existing pier, will be con-
structed to the east

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