So where was the Mold-A-Rama machine that vended the PAVILION of ELECTRIC POWER you might ask? This is something that has stumped many for many, many years. Norm Bolotin at thehistorybank.com has spent considerable time and effort researching the locations of the Mold-A-Rama machines (he himself was at the 1962 Seattle World's Fair and collected the Mold-A-Rama souvenirs).
Thanks to the great sluething effort of all - including that of yet another great fan of MOLDVILLE who has uncovered a photo from the 1962 Seattle World's Fair that clearly shows a portion of the PAVILION of ELECTRIC POWER Mold-A-Rama machine on location! I don't have permission from the owner to post that image yet, but perhaps for now I can describe where the PAVILION of ELECTRIC POWER Mold-A-Rama machine was:
Looking at the postcard above, the Mold-A-Rama machine was located outside the Pavilion of Electric Power, under cover at ground level, positioned between what I'll call the 'spindle' holding up that circular raised outdoor portion of the pavilion on its left, and the base of the exit steps down to the ground on its right. You would almost be able to see it in the shadows underneath in the postcard above (but you can't).