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Skippy-Racer scooter, designed by John Rideout and Harold Van Doren for the American National Company in Toledo, Ohio

Things to come, 1936

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Back to the Future: A New Look at Modernist Hero Norman Bel Geddes, Designer of the Original 1939 “Futurama” | Vanity Fair

Back to the Future: A New Look at Modernist Hero Norman Bel Geddes, Designer of the Original 1939 “Futurama”

Back to the Future: A New Look at Modernist Hero Norman Bel Geddes, Designer of the Original 1939 “Futurama” | Vanity Fair

Construction of Norman Bel Geddes Futurama model for 1939 World's Fair. Photo by Richard Garrison

Rediscovering Norman Bel Geddes, The Visionary Who Laid Out America’s Future

Construction of Norman Bel Geddes Futurama model for 1939 World's Fair. Photo by Richard Garrison

Bel Geddes supervisiona Futurama

Futurama

Bel Geddes supervisiona Futurama

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Norman Bel Geddes - Design Patent for Ship (1935)

Norman Bel Geddes - Design Patent for Ship (1935)

Pencil Points 21. July 1940: 417       Komisch, der hier scheibt: Motor Car No. 8, ca 1932 - das Modell schien mir anders... anyway, more mo...

Pencil Points 21. July 1940: 417 Komisch, der hier scheibt: Motor Car No. 8, ca 1932 - das Modell schien mir anders... anyway, more mo...

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