Diana Ross & The Supremes at Expo 67, Montreal, Quebec

madeinthesixties: The Supremes at the 1967 International and Universal Exposition (Expo in Montreal.

Expo 67 brochure Montreal, Canada

Access Routes to Montréal Map

I was lucky enough to go to the Montreal Expo in 1967.  Every building that we visited they would open up our passport and they would  stamp the inside of it.

Expo 67 Passport (Still have mine!

Île Notre-Dame was created especially for Expo '67 in Montreal and was the location for the majority of the international pavilions.

Île Notre-Dame was created especially for Expo in Montreal and was the location for the majority of the international pavilions.

1967 expo in Montreal

1967 expo in Montreal Canada pavilion & People Tree

Vintage Labatt 50 Bottle: "Visit Expo 67"

Expo Vintage Labatt the "good ole days".

French pavilion at Expo 67, Montreal

French pavilion at Expo Montreal

TERRE DES HOMMES  Le Kaléidoscope à L'Expo 67 – Montréal, Québec

Vintage Photos of Bizarre World’s Fair Architecture

TERRE DES HOMMES Le Kaléidoscope à L'Expo 67 – Montréal, Québec

Le costume des hôtesses de l'Expo 67  Photos from La Presse

Expo 67 Photos from La Presse

Expo 67 - Yugoslavian Pavilion - page 6

Expo 67 - Yugoslavian Pavilion - page 6

Le Passeport que tous les Québécois voulaient avoir pour la durée de l'Expo 67 Passport

Expo 67 Passport

Expo 67 Passport (Still have mine!

50 000 000 de personnes onf franchi les barrières de Expo 67 L'affluence, à tous les jours, était impressionnante.

A day in Expo 67

Inside USA pavilion, Expo 67, Montreal.

Inside USA pavilion, Expo 67, Montreal.

Le Pavillon des Brasseries.à l'Expo 67.  Montréal, Québec.  The Brewers of Canada Pavilion (Expo 67)

The Brewers of Canada Pavilion (Expo

expo 67

Neat collectable for Expo In excellent condition.

Mexico Pavilion, Expo ‘67, Montreal, 1967. Defined by a ‘fan’ of hyperbolic paraboloids, the ‘half’ of Mexico’s pavilion for this fair, seen here (the other ‘half’ of the pavilion featured a replica of an ancient Maya structure).

Mexico Pavilion, Expo Montreal, Defined by a ‘fan’ of hyperbolic paraboloids, the ‘half’ of Mexico’s pavilion for this fair, seen here (the other ‘half’ of the pavilion featured a replica of an ancient Maya structure).

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