Illustrated postcard of the House of Tomorrow, designed by architect George Fred Keck in conjunction with the 1933 Chicago World's Fair. You knew it was the house of tomorrow because it had ten sides. Anything less is downright unfuturistic. [Historical Images of Porter County]
The House Of Tomorrow (1933)
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