Thanks for posting your pictures! Anything that shines a light on this neglected landmark is a good thing.
Note that the soft cover book, at $32.95 and is just as good. It is priced at cost (zero profit - and only printed on demand); until I find another publisher.
The goal is to call attention to the pavilion and prompt its custodians to take a more proactive approach for the restoration of this asset that has been neglected for too long. To this end I've added the history and quite a bit of off the beaten path information to accompany the photos.
Unlike the Eiffle Tower, built for the Paris World's Fair, which has had secondary economic benefits for its city, the New York State Pavilion has become an advertisement for what not to do to a landmark. In terms of prominance the only difference between two is that The New York State Pavilion is seen by far more people on a daily basis.
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