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Futurama Booklet Page 21 from the General Motors (GM) Futurama exhibit at the 1939 New York World's Fair

NYWF 1939: General Motors' Futurama (designed by Norman Bel Geddes).

Capitalist unrealism: Norman Bel Geddes’ Futurama (1939)

General Motors Exhibit Building Brochure Front completely opened - at the 1939 New York World's Fair

Production Building at night, 1939 NY World's Fair

Production Building at night, 1939 NY World's Fair

The New York City that Never Was: Part II Bridges | turn of the century postcard depicting the benefits bridges could provide to the city and within the fabric:

Victorian Futurism / Future City / Vintage Futurism / Retro Future / Flying Machines / Visions of Future / vintage science fiction / retro sci fi) I'd love this if it was a real place

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General Motors Futurama Exhibit. Designed by Norman Bel Geddes for the New York World's Fair of 1939

General Motors Futurama Exhibit_Designed by Norman Bel Geddes_New York World's Fair, 1939

Raymond Loewy -- a pioneer of American design.  Raymond loewy un pionnier du design americain - 1990

Raymond Loewy -- a pioneer of American design. Raymond loewy un pionnier du design americain - 1990

The Voder

A demonstration of the Voder at New York’s Worlds Fair, the first device to synthesize human speech.

Exterior View of Carrier Air Conditioning Building at 1939 World's Fair

What the future was supposed to look like according to the 1939 New York World's Fair

Exterior View of Carrier Air Conditioning Building at 1939 World's Fair

The entrance to General Motors' Exhibit at the New York World's Fair of 1939-1940. The exhibit attracted nearly 25 million visitors.

The 1939 New York World's Fair: The entrance to the General Motors' Exhibit at the New York World's Fair of The exhibit attracted nearly 25 million visitors.

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