Aymar Embury II Gallery of NYC New Deal Projects - Photo #136 - Individual buildings designed by Embury

Photo: Art Institute of Chicago
Argentina Pavilion, 1939 World's Fair, Flushing Meadow, Queens; architect: Aymar Embury II[1,2,3]. Demolished after the fair. I don't know if this was a private commission or he was loaned out by the Parks Department to advise or assist the principal architect, Armando D'Ans. I'll err on the side of inclusion.
  1. Pencil Points, v.XX No.6, June 1939, p.8: "New York World's Fair ... Argentine Pavilion: Architect: Armando D'Ans; Associate: Aymar Embury II".
  2. 1939 World's Fair: Argentina, 1939nyworldsfair.com: "Architects: Armando d'Ans and Aymar Embury".
  3. Aymar Embury II, North Carolina Architects & Builders: A Biographical Dictionary, ncarchitects.lib.ncsu.edu: "[Embury] was also the architect for the New York City and Argentine Pavilions at the 1939 World's Fair in New York."