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Deus ex Machina

Tradition, Technology, and the Chicanafuturist Art of Marion C. Martinez
Miguel Ramalhete Gomes;
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  • Published: 26 Apr 2016
<jats:p>In this article, Samuel C. Florman, the chairman of Kreisler Borg Florman General Construction Co. recalls how a sequence of events in 1963 led his young construction firm to $2 million in billings at the World’s Fair. During the summer of 1962, Norman Winston was appointed as the United States Commissioner to the World Fair. He was specifically charged with supervising development and construction of an American pavilion. The construction contract for the pavilion had gone to famous developer Del Webb. However, in late 1963, due to some issues, Del Webb walked out of the project. The job of finishing the federal pavilion was then offered to Florman’s fi...
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