Architects: M. W. Del Gaudio, Henry Titus Aspinwal, and Paul F. Simpson
Food Center North - photo 079
Mural of a "Traditional Harvest" was painted by Pierre Boundelle.
Photo D25 from the private collection of Dr. William R. Hanson
Food North at night - - photo MO69 - from the collection taken by John Ott courtesy of his grandson Michael Ott.
Food North housed an exhibit called "The World's Largest Store Counter." The exhibit included five types of giant vitamins, and Charles Hansen's Laboratory, Inc. display, "The Junket" Folks." Attendants in Danish attire demonstrated the ease of preparing wonderful desserts – "Junket" rennet custard, Quick Fudge, ice cream, and Danish Desserts.
Photo DS21 from the private collection of Dr. William R. Hanson.
Pretty young ladies (above) giving out samples at the Junket booth. After ten years of the Depression they've go steady work and all the samples they care to eat: they are not going hungry, some for the first time they can remember. Other exhibitors included California Olive Association, Canada Dry Ginger Ale, Inc., B. Fisher and Company, Inc., National Biscuit Company, S. A. Schonbrunn & Company, The Silex Company, and Wagner Baking Corporation.
Take a look at the National Pressure Cooker Company brochure from the 1939 New York World's Fair.