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"We'll have this in 1942!"  From Popular Science, June 1940. i have it, popular saience not the car.

"We'll have this in 1942!" From Popular Science, June 1940. i have it, popular saience not the car.

How We Imagined The Future Of Transportation Would Look In The 1940s

How We Imagined The Future Of Transportation Would Look In The 1940s

These ads made for the Detroit-based Bohn Aluminum and Brass Corporation were largely dreamed up by legendary illustrator Arthur Radebaugh during the

1945 futuristic streamlined boat train car art Bohn Aluminum print ad

1945 futuristic streamlined boat train car art Bohn Aluminum print ad

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11 posters from the 1940s that accurately predicted the future

11 posters from the 1940s that accurately predicted the future

Illustrations by Arthur Radebaugh. The Bohn logo is lettered, not type. It underwent various changes over the years, starting with a slab serif in the early then a sans for these ads later in the decade. By 1948 they fixed up the ‘N&rs

Inside the Persiphere, which along with the Tryon was the optimistic symbol of the Fair, was the theme exhibit of the Fair, Democracity, a diorama of the utopian city of the future. For an additional twenty five cents above the general admission price, Betty would be dazzled by a six minute version of the Future.

World Of Tomorrow 1939 Worlds Fair

Inside the Persiphere, which along with the Tryon was the optimistic symbol of the Fair, was the theme exhibit of the Fair, Democracity, a diorama of the utopian city of the future. For an additional twenty five cents above the general admission price, Betty would be dazzled by a six minute version of the Future.

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