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Washington State's two World's Fairs -- Seattle and Spokane

George Meany, Jackie Souders, and Jack Gordon at the Century 21 Seattle World's Fair

Photo Courtesy of Greater Seattle News Bureau

AFL-CIO President George Meany with World's Fair Band leader Jackie Souders and Plaza of the States Coordinator Jack Gordon at the Plaza's Salute to Labor on September 3, 1962.


Day by Day at the Plaza of the States during Century 21

About the Plaza of the States -- Press Fact Sheet

An aerial view of Lower Queen Anne from 1957

Here's Century 21 like you've never seen it before

From 1960, Jack's idea for a Heliport atop the "Seattle Tower"

The World's Fair on the front of the Seattle Phone Book

1960's Coliseum Groundbreaking

The Press Fact Sheet for the Plaza of the States

LIFE Magazine advertisements: Nov. 24, 1961, May 20, 1962 issue

April 27 storm -- the storm Seattle forgot

Bits of news from the World's Fair, May, 1962

What's Happening? Day by Day at the Plaza of the States

Jack Gordon Honor Day at Seattle's Century 21 and here's the column by Robert Heilman about the day

From "A" to "Z" with Mister G.

John Glenn honored

Jack Gordon named "Arkansas Traveler" in 1962

Closing report for the Plaza of the States

Keep the Plaza, Gordon urges after the Fair

Plaza and Fair Songstress Paula Bane dies in 1994


News from the Fair (Press releases sent out from Century 21)


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Expo 74 in Spokane

Thank You plaque given to Jack Gordon for his Expo '74 work


Spokane's Expo '74

"State Days at Expo Take Lots of Work" from the Spokesman-Review









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