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  • CHAD — Booklet “Republic of Chad 1967”

    General Information about the Republic of Chad: President François Tombalbaye, Geographic and Historical Survey, Infrastructure and transportation, Education and Public Health, Tourism and Hunting, Economy and Finance, Five-Year Plan 1966–1970. The document has on its back the stamp of the Chad Pavilion. Because of their proximity in the Place de l’Afrique, we also find those…

  • NETHERLANDS — Flyer “Netherlands Pavilion—expo 67”

    Description of the Dutch pavilion: Traditional Holland, the Delta project, A Haringvliet, Amsterdam, Gateway to Europe, Rotterdam-Europoort, Dutch Industries, Surinam and the Netherlands Antilles, the Royal House of Orange-Nassau as well as the Visual Arts and Music of the Netherlands.

  • NETHERLANDS — Flyer “Netherlands Pavilion — expo 67”

    Descriptive document about the Dutch Pavilion, as well as the events planned in the pavilion during Expo 67. “Her Majesty Queen Juliana and His Royal Highness Prince Bernhard of The Netherlands have accepted the invitation of the Governor General of Canada to visit his country in its Centennial Year. During their stay, the Royal Couple…

  • NETHERLANDS — Booklet “Radio Nederland—English Programmes May-August 1967”

    Radio Nederland’s programming for the Expo 67 period. The booklet also describes the participation of the radio in the exhibition of the Dutch pavilion. “In this exhibition room the visitor can mount a flight of stairs to a sort of platform which con- tains the musical centre, and there he can get acquainted with stereophonic…

  • NETHERLANDS — Leaflet “Radio Nederland—Our Frequency is 9590 kHZ”

    Annual calendar in the form of a memo card of Radio Nederland with its frequency. “If You’ve Shortwave on Your Dial and Don’t Use It, You’ve Paid Too Much for Your Set! Tune in to Radio Nederland the Dutch World Broadcasting System. Daily Transmissions in Dutch (02.30-03.50 GMT) and in English (01.30-02.20 GMT). Our frequency…

  • ITALY — Flyer “List of designers at the Italian Pavilion”

    Untitled leaflet presenting a list of designers present at the Italian pavilion. An explanatory note by Irene Brin, journalist, writer and art dealer, introduces the document as an editorial. The document includes a stamp of the Italian pavilion.

  • MEXICO — Postcard “Album souvenir, precolombian art”

    9 reproductions of precolombian masterpieces from the art collection of the Mexican Pavilion at Expo 67. Contains the stamp of the pavilion on the cover. Postcard contents: Cover—Funerary Mask, Basait, Teotihuacan civilization, Ill—IV century B.C., Discovered at Teotihuacan, Coll. Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico, D.F.; Postcard No.1— Deity of Virility, Limestone, Maya civilization, Vth century…

  • CANADA — Program “Cultural programming of the Canadian Pavilion (Period of May 5 to May 14)”

    Cultural programmation of the Canadian Pavilion for the period from May 5 to May 14, 1967. Theater and bandshell.

  • USSR — Booklet “Union of Soviet Socialist Republics”

    General informative document about the Soviet Union and several aspects of its functioning, in the context of the 50th anniversary of the October Revolution. The document is autographed by Valentin G. Puchkov, a woodcutter, who worked at a factory making artistic wood cuts near Moscow for almost 25 years. More surprisingly, it also includes the…

  • AMERICAN SIGHTSEEING — Leaflet “Alaska and the Yukon with American Sightseeing”

  • AUSTRIA — Flyer “Austria”

    Presentation of the Austrian Pavilion. “Welcome to the Austrian Pavilion. Inside in our theatre we present the ‘Vision of Austria.’ As through a rock crystal we show you our country by means of a sonic picture sequence.”

  • IVORY COAST — Flyer “Ivory Coast”

    General Information on Ivory Coast. “The Ivory Coast is situated on the West Coast of Africa between Ghana and Liberia. Its area over 100,000 sq miles and its population counts less than four million inhabitants. There are tour main rivers, some towns in full development and Abidjan capital city of the country, is the biggest, most…

  • EUROPE — Flyer “To see Europe”

    Tourist flyer on the European railroads.

  • FRANCE — Booklet “French Caribbean”

    Tourist promotion booklet for the French West Indies. “Columbus discovered Guadeloupe on November 4, 1493. He named it after a monastery in Spain, keeping a promise he had made to Spanish monks. Over the centuries, control of the island changed hands many times, but it finally became a department of France in 1946. Martinique is…

  • TORONTO-DOMINION BANK — Map “Your map of Expo 67”

  • USSR — Flyer “To the visitors of the Soviet Pavilion”

    Message of Nikolaï Podgorny, President of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, à for the visitors of the Soviet Pavilion. “This year is a special one for our state. In November the Soviet Union will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution which set free the spiritual and…

  • GERMANY — Flyer “German Pavilion”

    Highlights on the German Pavilion: architecture, technology, history, brief program and restaurants.

  • FRANCE — Flyer “A Six-star Attraction”

    Presentation of the French Pavilion: The Largest Exhibit, The Most Fascinating Art, The Newest in Science, The Most Exciting in Fashion, A Unique Historical Exhibit and The Widest Choice of Restaurants

  • CANADA — Flyer “The Canadian Pavilion”

    Informative document of the Canadian Pavilion. “The Federal Government Pavilion is Canada’s official participation in Expo 67. Canada is the host nation to this world exhibition, and the Pavilion has been designed to make Canada and Canadians better known to visitors from around the world. It also serves as a mirror in which Canadians may…

  • ALGERIA — Book “Algeria Expo 67 Montreal”

    “It is also year 5 of Independent Algeria. Fortified by a young and dynamic people—57% of the eleven and a half million inhabitants are in fact less than 20 years old—its natural wealth and will to redress the situation, the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria confidently faces that most exulting task of building an upright and…