New York: Little, Brown, and Company, 1932. First edition. Hardcover. Includes 1930's streamlined designs for ocean liners, automobiles, airlines and terminals, restaurants and theaters. The book finishes with the statement, "It takes even more than imagination to be progressive. It takes vision and courage." Geddes is noted as the designer of the Futurama pavilion at the NY Worlds Fair in 1939.
Small 4to, xix, 293pp with 222 illustrations. Decorative gray and black cloth covers with black text. Includes the majority of the dust jacket wrapper loosely inserted inside retaining the text on the flaps: "the book depicts in a graphic and thrilling way the design of tomorrow ..." Good + overall. Item #26447