Paris Spectacular Wax Museum at the 1962 Seattle World's Fair, the Walters brothers brought their wax museum to the 1964/65 New York World's Fair. Here we see Lyndon B. Johnson in the Presidential section of the museum. John F. Kennedy helped break ground on the fair, but it was Johnson who would serve as president during the run of the exposition. The wax figure captures Johnson's usually "pleasant" disposition quite well.
A close up of the President. I can't tell if the figure makes him look upset, half asleep, drunk, or bored.
Tags: Walters Wax Museum Figure New York World's Fair Lyndon Johnson