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Alamo City Jazz Band

Description: Photograph of a jazz quintet performing on a stage in front of a small group of people who are seated at three small tables. The name of the quintet is "Alamo City Jazz Band". Most of the people visible in the foreground are drinking beer, and a woman is taking a photograph of the people that are sitting at one of the tables. Chuck Reilley, a local dentist and the bandleader plays trombone and James Carroll Bell is on trumpet.
Date: [1968-04..1968-10]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

1968 TEXAS HEMISFAIR license plate

Description: In a picture, a blonde woman is holding a HemisFair license plate issued to promote the international exposition in San Antonio. Next to her is a world globe with North and South Americas visible. The license plate has "TEXAS" in small capital letters along the top with "68 HEMISFAIR 68" at the bottom of the plate.
Date: 1968~
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

Humble Pavilion

Description: Artistic illustration of the Humble Oil and Refining Pavilion at HemisFair '68. It was formerly the Schultze warehouse store and was converted into a traveland tour center for fair visitors. Inside, there was also an exhibit of models depicting man's efforts to move himself and his goods from place to place. This particular illustration was published in the souvenir book of HemisFair '68.
Date: 1968?
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

IBM Pavilion

Description: Photograph of a three-dimensional illustration of the IBM Pavilion at the 1968 World's Fair, held in San Antonio, Texas. The fair was also known as HemisFair '68. This pavilion showed a light-hearted informative movie explaining the operation of computers.
Date: 1968~
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

Institute of Texan Cultures

Description: An artistic illustration of the Institute of Texan Cultures, which was the Texas state exhibit at HemisFair '68. It included exhibits about the people of Texas, who they are, and where they came from. After HemisFair closed it remained and eventually became a part of the University of Texas at San Antonio. This illustration was published in the souvenir book of HemisFair '68.
Date: 1968?
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

The International Section of HemisFair '68

Description: 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.
Date: 1967?
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

Humble Pavilion

Description: Artistic illustration of the Humble Oil and Refining Pavilion at HemisFair '68. It was formerly the Schultze warehouse store and was converted into a traveland tour center for fair visitors. Inside, there was also an exhibit of models depicting man's efforts to move himself and his goods from place to place.
Date: 1968?
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

IBM Pavilion

Description: An artistic illustration of one of two IBM pavilions at HemisFair '68. This lakeside pavilion showed a light-hearted informative movie explaining the operation of computers. This illustration was published in the souvenir book of HemisFair '68.
Date: 1968?
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

It's Boss, Man

Description: Postcard from the 1968 World's Fair known as HemisFair '68, held from April to October 1968 in San Antonio, Texas. The image on the card shows a bearded man with sun glasses on with a big toothy grin on his face. He is barefoot, wearing stripped trousers and a cut-off shirt with a flower pattern on it. The text "It's Boss, Man" appears above his head.
Date: 1968
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

Joske House : 142 Goliad, San Antonio

Description: Measurements and drawings of Joske House, located at 142 Goliad Street, on the site of HemisFair '68. Includes floor plans, drawings of the house from different directions, and drawings of architectural features of the house, including the staircase, balusters, and cornices.
Date: 1968~
Creator: Garcia, M.
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

Kodak Pavilion

Description: A photograph of a three-dimensional model of the Kodak Pavilion at HemisFair '68. Visitors to the pavilion were introduced to the complexities and delights of film and filmcraft in its many forms.
Date: 1968?
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

A hostess of HemisFair '68

Description: A HemisFair hostess modeling one of the fair uniforms. She is wearing a short-sleeved dress accessorized by a straw hat with a neck strap. In the background the Tower of the Americas rises up.
Date: 1968
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

Humble Pavilion

Description: Artistic illustration of the Humble Oil and Refining Pavilion at HemisFair '68. It was formerly the Schultze warehouse store and was converted into a traveland tour center for fair visitors. Inside, there was also an exhibit of models depicting man's efforts to move himself and his goods from place to place. This particular illustration was published in the souvenir book of HemisFair '68.
Date: 1968?
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

IBM Lakeside Pavilion

Description: A postcard of the IBM Lakeside pavilion at the 1968 World's Fair known as HemisFair '68, held from April to October 1968 in San Antonio, Texas. IBM had two pavilions at HemisFair and the Lakeside Pavilion featured an informative movie explaining the operation of modern computers. The picture shows people watching the movie inside the pavilion. The picture was included in the Souvenir book of HemisFair published in 1967.
Date: 1967
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

People at park

Description: This image is of several groups of people walking through a vine laced wire fenced tunnel. This above ground passageway prevents and protects the patrons from walking over onto the gondola sky ride area. A family of five is walking toward the camera while several families are in the distance walking away. Red and white gondola cars travel from the right hand side of the picture up to the upper left hand side of the picture capturing the illusion of movement.
Date: October 1966
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

People at park

Description: This image is of several groups of people walking through a tunnel made out of wire fencing in an area of an amusement park. This above ground passageway prevents and protects the patrons from walking over onto the gondola sky ride area that’s on the left side of the picture. Several groups of people are casually walking to and from one side of the park to another passing through this tunnel. The right side of the fence is heavy with vines providing shade along the paved walkway. The gondola sky ride’s structure is visible, but there is only a partial view of a gondola car itself. This area of the tunnel has flowerbeds on the inside left of the walkway and wooden park benches on the right. A group of three small children are walking toward the camera as three adults follow. There is lots of patron activity toward the back of the tunnel.
Date: October 1966
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

People touring an amusement park

Description: Image of people walking in and out of an amusement park exhibit. There is a jungle type fortress in the left side of the picture and a sky ride gondola in the background close to the top. Also pictured walking toward the exhibit is a person in a gondolier costume.
Date: October 1966
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

People walking the grounds at HemisFair '68

Description: Overhead view of people walking a stretch of paved walkway that passes between the U.S. Pavilion (the building at the right-hand side) and the monorail (on the left-hand side) at HemisFair '68. Some people are sitting on circular benches at the base of the trees that are placed at frequent intervals along the walkway.
Date: 1968
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections