A color drawing of the Coca-Cola Pavilion at HemisFair '68. The pavilion featured a 500 seat theater and presented the puppets of Sid and Marty Krofft in a special play called Kaleidoscope. In this picture one of the lagoon cruise boats can be seen at the right.
A color drawing of Fiesta Island, part of HemisFair '68. It is where most of the games and amusement rides were located. The drawing shows visitors enjoying a boat ride, taking the mini monorail, riding a ferris wheel, and walking in park-like surroundings.
Six graphic advertisements for HemisFair '68. The two largest show a group of Latin dancers and a Punch and Judy puppet show. The text on all of the advertisements says "Visit HemisFair 1968 World's Fair, San Antonio, Tex. Apr 6-Oct 6, '68".
6 graphic advertisements for HemisFair '68. The two largest ones show the Tower of the Americas, amusement rides and people visiting some of the cultural exhibits. The text on all of the advertisements says "Visit HemisFair 1968 World's Fair, San Antonio, Tex. Apr 6-Oct 6, '68".
Artist's drawing of the HemisFair '68 International Section. In this colorful rendition, the area of the fairgrounds devoted to country pavilions is crowded with visitors. Signs for the country pavilions for Panama and Peru in historic buildings are visible. In the background a skyscraper of downtown San Antonio can be seen. More than twenty countries participated in HemisFair '68.
Color drawing of the San Antonio Convention Center, built for HemisFair '68. The complex includes a 2,800 theater, a 10,500 seat arena, and a 200,000 square foot exhibit hall. Much of the fair's entertainment and fine arts program was held in the Center.
Painting of one of Los Voladores de Papantla (the Flying Indians of Papantla) who performed ancient dramatic rituals at HemisFair '68. One of five performers danced atop a 114-foot pole on a 20 inch disk; then, four flyers leaped and spiraled downward with ropes secured to their waists to make 32 turns around the pole. The performance was presented by Frito-Lay/Pepsi-Cola. In this picture, the Indian is standing with his arms outstretched on a mountain top dressed in a bird-like costume and wearing traditional ornaments. He is also wearing a very elaborate headpiece composed of skulls and feathers.