Golden Gate International Exposition, 1940
The Golden Gate International Exposition was a World's Fair held at San Francisco's Treasure Island from 1939-1940 in celebration of the city's two newly built bridges. Among the attractions captured in the video include the 81-foot-tall statue Pacifica, the Gayway, the Tower of the Sun, and the Chinese Village.
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