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1965 Official Guide Book NY World's Fair

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  • 1965 Official Guide Book NY World's Fair

    First time trading or selling anything so pardon me if I do something incorrectly.

    Recently, I came across something belonging to my family, a book, the "official guide" so to speak of the 1965 NY Worlds Fair.

    Disney fans may know it as the year that Walt debuted Great Moments with Mr Lincoln, a one hour General Electric show, It's a Small World, and the Ford exhibit in the world of tomorrow. It's all very interesting and the book is in fantastic condition for its age. It has literally been sitting on a shelf at my grandmothers house since the sixties. The pages are slightly yellowed as expected, but there are no page tears or anything in this 280 page book.

    I don't know how much to ask for something like this, but if anyone is interested, message me with an offer? Unless there is another way that you all do it.

    Thanks

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