October 27, 1940 in New York history

📝 On This Day 📝

80 years ago on October 27th, 1940

The first New York World's Fair closes at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park

Over a year and a half, 44.9 million people attended the fair.


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🌎 World History 🌏

Library of Congress  •  New York Times  •  BBC  •  Wikipedia


🌞 Weather Records 🌞

Record High: 82°F in 1963
Record Low: 28°F in 1936


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