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Video courtesy of Psomiades family
Video courtesy of Psomiades family
Experience what it was like to attend the 1964-1964 World's Fair through one Queen's family's footage.

A local family shared some its memories of the 1964-1965 World’s Fair with The Queens Courier through film.

The Psomiades handed over footage of the family, which included parents Bill and Tessie, and their sons Bill, John and George, attending the event at Flushing Meadows Corona Park.

To mark the event’s 50th anniversary, The Courier had the 18-minute film digitized.

 

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