All photographs of the 1939 New York World's Fair on this page are from the collection taken by John Ott courtesy of his grandson Michael Ott.
Looking towards the Court of States - Hall of Nations on the bottom left, the USSR pavilion avove it. To the left of the center flag are the ship masts from the New England States, Pennsylvania Building is just right of center, and further to the right is the Virginia State building - photo MO118
The Lagoon of Nations with the Belgium Pavilion on the left and the Heinz Dome on the right - photo MO103
Gas Industries on the left and the WPA on the right- photo MO19
Spillway Bridge between the Community Intrests Zone and the Government Zone. Chile in the center, with the League of Nations just right of center. The Gardens on Parade would be to the right on the far side of the bridge and the Town of Tomorrow to the left (not in the picture). - photo MO125
Standing on Congress Street, USSR on the right, France on the left. In the distance is Great Britain and you can just see the Gardens on Parade just beyond the Logoon of Nations. - photo MO16
Looking towards the Court of States and Swift on the Ave of Labor. The blue building on the left is the Petrolium Pavilion. Behind it is Swift Premium Meats. - photo MO82