Alan Mays

Alan Mays

Posted on 03/19/2014


Photo taken on March 19, 2014


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The Car of Tomorrow at the World of Tomorrow, 1939

The Car of Tomorrow at the World of Tomorrow, 1939
A postcard used to promote the Crosley automobile during the 1939 New York World's Fair. Also on display at the fair were various other products, including refrigerators, washing machines, stoves, and radios, that were designed and manufactured by Powel Crosley, Jr., and the Crosley Corporation.

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Front:

The Car of Tomorrow at the World of Tomorrow. As shown at the Crosley Building at the N.Y. World's Fair. Also the amazing Freezorcold Shelvador Refrigerator, Feather Touch Electric Magnetune Radios.

See the newest of the new in home appliances at popular prices. Crosley Reado, facsimile radio printing. Crosley Camera, Press Jr. model, Gas and electric ranges. Electric and gas engine washers. Electric ironers. At Crosley Dealers everywhere.

Back (printed not handwritten):

My feet are no longer tired after what I've seen at the Crosley Building.

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