Maine Pavilion

Maine's pavilion with its white walls and green window shutters reflects the state's traditional Colonial style associated with New England architecture.

Maine's pavilion.

Inside the emphasis was on the state's vacationland appeal. An old grist mill offered an audio-visual presentation of the vacation areas and industrial developments of Maine. From the mill a mountain stream wound under a rustic bridge and tumbled over a series of falls, to form three pools. An island in each pool became a display of recreational things to do - sunning on the beaches, fishing, camping and hunting.

Elsewhere a three-dimensional model showed skiing facilities complete with chairlift and hills. Other models evoked an industrial community, and historic and cultural milestones.

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