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World’s Fair 50: Looking back to the future
As the ultimate showcase for global culture and innovations of tomorrow, the 1964 World’s Fair at Flushing Meadows in Queens, New York introduced over 51 million visitors to the future with modern-age marvels like touch-tone phones, Belgian waffles and the world’s earliest computers. The IBM Pavilion, designed by design demigods Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen, was one of the fair’s most popular attractions. And all this week, IBMblr is going retro to celebrate the fair in all its vintage greatness. 
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1966 NuTone Music-Intercom System - Via
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1966 NuTone Built-In Stereo Music System - Via
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San Mateo Highlands Eichler Home Tour


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The nation’s largest contiguous collection of Eichlers is nestled in the hills of the San Mateo Highlands, CA. The Highlands Eichler Home Tour offers a rare opportunity to get an inside–and outside–personal look into ten fabulous homes and benefit our local school. - Via

Saturday May 3, 2014
Sunday May 4, 2014
10am to 3pm each day

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Suburban Home
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Cyd Charisse 
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"The Sandman" by Salvador Dali.
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I love this gif of Marlene Dietrich but no one’s provided any sourcing of it. What film?
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1964 World’s Fair