Rockefeller Center & the 1939 World’s Fair (2007)

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References
[1] Manfredo Tafuri. Architecture and utopia. (Cambridge MA, MIT Press, 1979), p. 205.

[2] Rem Koolhaas. Delirious New York. (New York, Oxford University Press,1978), p. 162.

[3] Rem Koolhaas. ibid, p. 181.

[4] Alison Sky, Michelle Stone. Unbuilt America: Forgotten architecture in The United States from Thomas Jefferson to the space age. (New York, McGraw-Hill, 1976), p. 72; Manfredo Tafuri. Architecture and utopia. (Cambridge MA, MIT Press, 1979).

[5] Jean Ferriss Leich, Paul Goldberger. Architectural visions: The drawings of Hugh Ferriss. (New York, Whitney Liberary of Design, 1980), pp. 49, 51; Rem Koolhaas. Delirious New York. (New York, Oxford University Press, 1978), p. 147.

[6] Peter Blake. "Downtown in 3D". Architectural Forum. (September 1966), pp. 31-49.

[7] "The 1939-1940 New York World’s Fair" on http://xroads.virginia.edu/ 1930s/DISPLAY/39wf/frame.htm

[8] "The 1939-1940 New York World’s Fair: Tour the future" on http://xroads.virginia.edu/ 1930s/DISPLAY/39wf/frame.htm

[9] Ibid.

[10] Ibid.

[11] Susan Yamada. "Streamlining: Norman Bel Geddes and the rhetoric of Modernism" [formerly on San Jose State University website]; Manfredo Tafuri. Ibid., p. 216.

[12] See reference no. 8.

[13] Joseph Rykwert. The seduction of place. (London, Oxford University Press, 2000), pp. 172-173.

[14] Ethan Seltzer. "Regional planning in America: Updating earlier visions". Lincoln Institute of Land Policy; Land Lines Newsletter, (November 2000), vol. 12, no. 6.

[15] See reference no. 8.

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