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|The Gotham Historical Society is presenting its first major retrospective of the 1936 Gotham World's Fair. Officially called "A World of Progress," the fair was quickly dubbed "A World of Chaos" by its many detractors. "It's the perfect time for a reevaluation of this monumental exhibit constructed during a period of great transition for Gotham City, a time of great hope and great worry much like our own time," says GHS' museum director Jacqueline Edie Everest. The exhibit, which opens in July, features a recreation of the fair's Honor Court along with original films, interactive exhibits designed for children, and over 1,000 artifacts chosen "to restore a proper perspective to an unfairly criticized part of our city's past." |The Gotham Historical Society is presenting its first major retrospective of the 1936 Gotham World's Fair. Officially called "A World of Progress," the fair was quickly dubbed "A World of Chaos" by its many detractors. "It's the perfect time for a reevaluation of this monumental exhibit constructed during a period of great transition for Gotham City, a time of great hope and great worry much like our own time," says GHS' museum director Jacqueline Edie Everest. The exhibit, which opens in July, features a recreation of the fair's Honor Court along with original films, interactive exhibits designed for children, and over 1,000 artifacts chosen "to restore a proper perspective to an unfairly criticized part of our city's past."
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From the third issue of the Gotham Times:

The Gotham Historical Society is presenting its first major retrospective of the 1936 Gotham World's Fair. Officially called "A World of Progress," the fair was quickly dubbed "A World of Chaos" by its many detractors. "It's the perfect time for a reevaluation of this monumental exhibit constructed during a period of great transition for Gotham City, a time of great hope and great worry much like our own time," says GHS' museum director Jacqueline Edie Everest. The exhibit, which opens in July, features a recreation of the fair's Honor Court along with original films, interactive exhibits designed for children, and over 1,000 artifacts chosen "to restore a proper perspective to an unfairly criticized part of our city's past."
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