In 1939, air conditioning was relatively new. Inside the Carrier Corporation pavilion, which was shaped like a giant igloo with "snow" encrusted walls and the "Northern Lights" glowing from its ceiling, Carrier displayed and explained air conditioning systems.
A large revolving globe showed visitors how air conditioning was used all over the world—from the Arctic Circle to the equator. The message was cool.
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