Sunken Gardens, Exhibit Palaces and Exposition Tower - Treasure Island
Golden Gate International Exposition on San Francisco Bay
Golden Gate International Exposition. The architectural splendor of the Golden Gate International Exposition, is enhanced by the beautiful and marvelous landscaping which provides tree-lined promenades and sunken gardens, serving as an approach to the mile-long esplanade of the Fair. Here millions of visitors find rest and recreation among the trees, plants and flowers of California and the Western States. Rising 392 feet is the imposing World's Fair Tower, dominant structure of this $50,000,000 Exposition on Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay. February 18th to December 2nd, 1939
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[Title, Date]. Baja California and the West Postcard Collection. MSS 235. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego.
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