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Cardboard Display, The Tree Of Economic Life

Flat cardboard cut-out that can be assembled to make a three-dimensional representation of a tree with three sections sitting on a base. Each of the three sections has photographs and written information about a topic related to economics. The round base is also divided into three sections which correspond with the sections of the tree. There is a 8 page black and white booklet accompanying the tree that provides information about the topics covered on the tree and how to use it. It also describes the exhibit that inspire the model which was shown at the 1964 new York World's Fair in the Hall of free Enterprise exhibit. the original mailing envelope is also include.;The owners of the Amway Company, Rich De Vos and Jay Van Andel, visited the New York's World Fair in 1964 and were very influenced by the exhibit called the Hall of Free Enterprise.
Cardboard, Paper
15" h
Current Location Status:
In Storage
Gift Of Amway Corporate Archives
Amway: 50 Years of Helping People Live Better Lives ()
Related Entities:
Wilkie Brothers Foundation (creator) Amway Corporation (donor)
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