Disney At The 1964-1965 New York World’s Fair: General Electric’s Progressland

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More than any of the other Disney-created New York World's Fair pavilions, General Electric's Progressland – which showed guests how the world of electricity had grown in leaps and bounds over the years – was all about change. And those changes occurred both inside and outside the massive domed building, designed by the firm owned by Walt Disney’s good friend, Welton Becket.
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Disney At The 1964-1965 New York World’s Fair: Great Moments With Mr. Lincoln

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The Walt Disney Company’s participation in the 1964-1965 New York World's Fair can be traced as far back as 1957. “It started, I guess, with Abraham Lincoln,” remembered Marty Sklar, former head of Walt Disney Imagineering, during an interview in 2010. “That show had been written – not the single Lincoln, but the entire Hall of Presidents show – in 1957.”
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