Golden Gate International Exposition (1939-1940 : San Francisco, Calif.)

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It has been said that with two great bridges in the course of construction, there began in San Francisco, in about 1933, a substantial feeling that a celebration or exposition should be held to commemorate their completion. As the plans for an exposition developed, it seemed fitting that its theme should be man's progress in communication, transportation, trade and industry, since these were the fields symbolized by the bridges. The San Francisco business community promoted a celebration because it would probably stimulate business activity as the expositions in San Francisco in 1915, Chicago in 1933 and San Diego in 1935-1936 had done.

Architects W. P. Day and George W. Kelham considered various sites for the exhibition. In 1934, Kelham strongly recommended a watery area adjacent to Yerba Buena Island known as the Yerba Buena Shoals. The Shoals offered unusual and visible setting, favorable climatic conditions and accessibility by car, bus, train, ferry and eventually, air. The plan was that, following the exposition, the new island would become the much needed San Francisco Bay airport.

The San Francisco Bay Exposition commenced as a corporation on 24 July 1934. A Board of Directors, composed primarily of business and professional community members, was created with Leland Cutler as president and Atholl McBean as Chairman of the Board. In 1935 and 1936, grants were made by the WPA in order to help finance the exposition. The sponsoring agency was then responsible for raising matching funds. The San Francisco Bay Exposition board raised additional funds by the sale of exhibit space, concession contracts, advance ticket sales, public subscription and etc.

Construction of the sea wall and the 400 acre island was begun in 1936. The theme of the Exposition was to be A Pageant of the Pacific. By 1937, a large ground crew began the landscaping of the island with plants indigenous to the Pacific Basin. Architects who had worked on the Panama Pacific International Exposition and the Chicago Exposition were asked to serve on the Architectural Commission. Under the leadership of the San Francisco architect George W. Kelham, the commission, in keeping with this theme, chose to combine modern asthetics with a blend of Mayan, Incan, Malayan and Cambodian architecture.

A crowd of 128,697 attended the Exposition on opening day 18 February 1939. They viewed such splendors as the Tower of the Sun, Court of Pacifica, Court of the Moon and the Treasure Garden. Other buildings included the California Building, the Court of Nations, the Federal Building and the Hall of National Defense.

Initially, the Exposition was planned for one year. However, before it closed on 29 October 1939, plans to reopen the fair for a second year were already in the works. In September of 1939, the president of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce Marshall Dill announced the creation of The 1940 Exposition, Inc. Although financial difficulties nearly put an end to the 1940 fair, fortunately additional funding pledges were slowly collected through contributions, city funds, the California Toll Bridge Authority, the Bank of America and other various sources. Billy Rose, the New York impressario, offered to contribute two million dollars contingent upon being given control of the fair. The commission rejected his offer.

The commission was able to garner the financial assistance to extend the fair through 1940. In January of 1940, Marshall Dill succeeded Leland Cutler as president of the 1940 Golden Gate International Exposition. Major changes were required in order to assure the fair's success. Emphasis was placed on Latin America since many European and Pacific Ocean nations could not participate due to stepped up war efforts. Enough of the 1939 exhibitors eventually pulled out so that there was actually no direct line of continuity between the two fairs. The 1940 fair was virtually a new venture in the old buildings on the old site. A new plan of operations had to be greeted, new attractions had to be secured, old structures had to be given new beauty and color.

The new streamlined fair opened with great ceremony on 25 May 1940. The theme of the fair was Fun in Forty. Among the features of the fair were the `Special Days,' times put aside to honor various nations, trades, states, corporations etc. On 24 August, the California Building burned out but luckily the debris was cleared in time for Marshall Dill to meet Elsie the Cow as scheduled.

In September, a grand radio show tracing the history of the Exposition from the beginning to the last broadcast, 29 September, marked the end of the 1940 Exposition. Closing day attendance set the fair's record at 211, 020. The grand total attendance for the two year period was 17 million.

Used by the U. S. military during the war, Treasure Island by the late 1940's was too small for use as a major airport. The Navy traded the Island for government property in San Mateo. This resulted in both the current location of the San Francisco International Airport and the Treasure Island Naval Station.

From the guide to the Golden Gate International Exposition Records, 1936-1939, (California Historical Society, North Baker Library)

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creatorOf Golden Gate International Exposition Records, 1936-1939 California Historical Society, North Baker Library
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referencedIn [Economics. Exhibitions. National and international. : Pamphlet box]. HCL Technical Services, Harvard College Library
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referencedIn George Creel Papers, 1857-1953, (bulk 1896-1953) Library of Congress. Manuscript Division
referencedIn Exhibits and Expositions collection, 1867-1939 California Academy of Sciences Archives
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Role Title Holding Repository
Relation Name
associatedWith Aaron, Gustave. person
associatedWith Arthur Brown, Jr. and Associates (San Francisco, Calif.) corporateBody
associatedWith Babington, S. H. (Suren H.), b. 1894. person
associatedWith Bakewell & Brown, Architects (San Francisco, Calif.) corporateBody
associatedWith Baumgaertel, Karl A. person
associatedWith Biggert, Robert person
associatedWith Bonestell, Chesley. person
associatedWith Born, Ernest, 1898-1992 person
associatedWith Born, Esther, 1902-1987 person
associatedWith Bottorff, H. C. person
associatedWith Boychuk, Walter, 1886-1897, person
associatedWith Boychuk, Walter, 1886-1967 person
associatedWith Brooklyn Museum. Office of the Director. corporateBody
associatedWith Brown, Arthur, 1874-1957. person
associatedWith Burton, Leo R. T. person
associatedWith Charles Derleth, Jr., 1874-1956 person
associatedWith Cheney, William C., circa 1898- person
associatedWith Clark, Joseph Herendeen, 1884-1974. person
associatedWith Cook, Doris. person
associatedWith Cravath, Ruth, 1902- person
associatedWith Creel, George, 1876-1953. person
associatedWith Day, William Peyton, ca. 1886-1966. person
associatedWith Denman, William, 1872-1959. person
associatedWith Derleth, Charles, 1874-1956. person
associatedWith Dill, Marshall, 1882-1961. person
associatedWith E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. Advertising Dept. Exhibits, Motion Picture and Art Division. corporateBody
associatedWith Environmental Design Archives corporateBody
associatedWith Forbes, John Douglas, 1910- person
associatedWith Ford Motor Company. corporateBody
associatedWith Garren, William I. person
associatedWith Gates, Myra A. person
associatedWith Gottlieb, Vera. person
associatedWith Hamlin, Talbot, 1889-1956. person
associatedWith Heller, Alfred E. person
associatedWith Holub, Leo, 1916- person
associatedWith Hoover, Robert B. person
associatedWith Huggins, Ted. person
associatedWith Kahn, Florence P. person
associatedWith Kahn, Florence P. person
associatedWith Kirman, Richard, Jr., 1877-1959. person
associatedWith Kneiss, Gilbert H. person
associatedWith Lee, Charles H. (Charles Hamilton), 1883-1967. person
associatedWith Longstreet, Helen Dortch, 1863-1962. person
associatedWith Maybeck, Bernard R. person
associatedWith Merchant, William G., 1889-1962. person
associatedWith Miller, Herbert B. person
associatedWith Mitchell, Margaret, 1905-2001. person
associatedWith Mooser, Hattie, 1878-1970 person
associatedWith Mooser, Minnie, 1881-1979 person
associatedWith Morgan, William L., 1902-1967 person
associatedWith Morrow & Garren corporateBody
associatedWith Morrow, Gertrude Comfort, ca. 1892-1987 person
associatedWith Morrow, Irving F., 1884-1952 person
associatedWith Morrow, Irving F. (Irving Foster), b. 1884. person
associatedWith Morrow & Morrow corporateBody
associatedWith Morton, Virgil Leroy, 1913- . person
associatedWith Moulin, Gabriel, 1872-1945. person
associatedWith Muehleisen, Vesta person
associatedWith Murphy, Henry Killam, 1877-1954. person
associatedWith Nettleton, Mary, person
associatedWith Neuhaus, Eugen, 1879-1963. person
associatedWith Nevada, Emma, 1859-1940. person
associatedWith Parr, Fred D. person
associatedWith Peck family. family
associatedWith Puck, Charles C. person
associatedWith Puck, Charles C. person
associatedWith Rosencrantz, Esther, 1876-1950. person
associatedWith Roth, William M. (William Matson), 1916- person
associatedWith San Francisco Bay Exposition Company. Division of Water Supply & Sanitation. corporateBody
associatedWith San Francisco Bay Exposition Company. Division of Water Supply & Sanitation. corporateBody
associatedWith San Francisco Bay Exposition Company. Division of Water Supply & Sanitation. corporateBody
associatedWith Schweitzer, Jeffrey. person
associatedWith Swarzwald, Eugene. person
associatedWith Vivian, Frank, person
associatedWith Wilbur, Ray L. (Ray Lyman), 1875-1949. person
associatedWith Williams, Marian Allen. person
associatedWith Williams, Roberton F. person
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