The 1984 Louisiana World Exposition was a World's Fair held in New Orleans, United States. It was held 100 years after the city's earlier World's Fair, the World Cotton Centennial in 1884. It opened on Saturday, May 12, 1984 and ended on Sunday, November 11, 1984.[1] Its theme was "The World of Rivers—Fresh Waters as a Source of Life."

The 1984 Louisiana World Exposition was a World's Fair held in New Orleans, United States. It was held 100 years after the city's earlier World's Fair, the World Cotton Centennial in 1884. It opened on Saturday, May 12, 1984 and ended on Sunday, November 11, 1984.[1] Its theme was "The World of Rivers—Fresh Waters as a Source of Life."

Dr. Bob.  I LOOVE this!  That's pretty much the rule in our house.

Dr. Bob. I LOOVE this! That's pretty much the rule in our house.

Old New Orleans Rivergate The Krewe of Bacchus' parade used to end there and have their ball there.

Old New Orleans Rivergate

Old New Orleans Rivergate The Krewe of Bacchus' parade used to end there and have their ball there.

An iconic symbol of the Crescent City (made in Wabash, Illinois. Hmmm...). Good luck still finding these. These covers are hard to find around the city because of their symolism, people have stolen them for years.

An iconic symbol of the Crescent City (made in Wabash, Illinois. Hmmm...). Good luck still finding these. These covers are hard to find around the city because of their symolism, people have stolen them for years.

World Trade Mart.  When I was in High School, I used to frequently take the bus downtown.  Many times I'd end up here, where I could visit foreign embassies, travel agencies, and dream pleasant dreams of travel.  That little "bump" on the roof is/was/? a rotating restaurant.

World Trade Mart. When I was in High School, I used to frequently take the bus downtown. Many times I'd end up here, where I could visit foreign embassies, travel agencies, and dream pleasant dreams of travel. That little "bump" on the roof is/was/? a rotating restaurant.

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