Thursday, January 22, 2009

Coca-Cola Pavilion

The Coca-Cola Pavilion
The Coca-cola Tower, rising from the court of this pavilion, features the world's largest and finest electronic carillon. The pavilion also features a unique, free "Global Holiday'" the U.S.O. Lounge and the American Radio Relay League.


Unused post card from the 1964-65 World's Fair in New York. I found very little information about the Pavilion, and no photographs of the actual building. The carillon was moved to Stone Mountain Park in Atlanta, Georgia.












1 comment:

Gary said...

Thanks for the memory!

My father, Thomas E. Roberts, was one of the carillonneurs who played that magnificent carillon during the New York World's Fair.

I was nine years old that summer -- we spent the entire summer in New York and I got to start school late (bonus) when we returned to Oregon.

I find it odd that I have more memories of the Seattle World's Fair in 1962 when I was only seven -- my dad played the carillon at the base of the Space Needle that summer...

But I DO have a tone of great memories from the summer of '64 in New York!

Thanks again!

Gary Roberts
Fort Worth, Texas
gary.thomas.roberts@gmail.com