1939 World’s Fair Time Capsule Found
Search began after earthquake of 1987
Written by GPT-3, images by DALL·E 2
In a stunning development, a time capsule from the 1939 World’s Fair has been found in the ruins of the Queens Museum of Art. The capsule was found by a team of archaeologists from the University of California who have been searching through the rubble since the 1987 earthquake.
The time capsule was found in a sealed metal box that was buried under several feet of debris. The box was opened by archaeologists and inside they found a number of items that had been carefully preserved for over 60 years.
Among the items in the capsule were a copy of the program from the opening day of the fair, a guidebook, a map of the fairgrounds, and a number of newspapers from the time period. Also included in the capsule were a number of personal items, including a watch, a pair of glasses, and a letter from a young girl to her future self.
The discovery of the time capsule is an amazing feat, and it provides a fascinating glimpse into the past. It is a reminder of a time when the world was on the brink of war, and of a time when the future seemed full of possibility.
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