Original records from 1964-65 NY State Fair found in estate clean-out job

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"It's a Small World" records found in cleanout job in Queens

Talk about a record find.

I found these records in an estate clean-out as I was going through various rooms, full of furniture. Left neatly in a dresser drawer, the records were inside of a white paper bag that says, “’It’s a Small World’ – a Salute to UNICEF.” It’s an original bag from the New York World’s Fair in 1964, as you can see from the writing on the bag. Next to it, I found a recording of The “Triumph of Man,” as presented by the Travelers Insurance Companies at the same fair.

Now, if I ever buy a record player, I’ll have something to throw on the turntable. Finding these records certainly ended the day on a good note.

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DiMola Brothers – Main Office
1640 Summerfield Street
Ridgewood, NY‎ 11385
Phone – (718) 326-6969‎

Web site: http://dimolabros.com

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~ by DiMolaBros1956 on March 31, 2010.

2 Responses to “Original records from 1964-65 NY State Fair found in estate clean-out job”

  1. Hi, just visited your blog first time, and found it quite interesting. Nice post indeed. Thanks for sharing it to all
    Regards
    Prabhat
    Furniture Cleaning New York

  2. […] money!) in Flushing, Queens, on a garbage job. In March, we found old brochures from the 1964-65 New York State Fair. Those we from an estate clean-out, which is a job in which the crew and I go into a home and clean […]

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