Monday, April 25, 2011

Exposition Postcards

At the Pacific Gas and Electric Company Exhibit
Electricity and Communications Building on
Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay
1940 Golden Gate International Exposition.

Westinghouse... The name that means everything in electricity.
1940 Golden Gate International Exposition.

Standard Oil Tower to the Sun - Plaza De America - A beautiful edifice of Mayan architecture dedicated to the Western National Parks. The tower, 108 feet tall is visible from most every point within the exposition area - America's Exposition, San Diego, California.

1 comment:

Major Pepperidge said...

Beautiful postcards; I don't see much about the Golden Gate Exposition, but would have loved to have seen it! Lots of old ads seemed to encourage folks to see the San Francisco Fair, and then drive across the country to see the New York Fair!