Written on back of image: 'Transportation Misc. Renderings 1938' typed note affixed to back of image: 'Motor Truck of the Future. Designed by Raymond Loewy as part of the focal exhibit on transportation at the New York World's Fair. The designer sees the truck of the future as a streamlined, articulated unit, similar to the streamlined train.' sticker on back of image: 'Raymond Loewy International Inc. 110 East 59th Street New York, N.Y. 10022 USA'
Written on back of image: 'Transportation Misc. Renderings 1938 Transcontinental Bus of the Future.' Typed note affixed to back of image: 'Designed by Raymond Loewy as part of the Transportation Exhibit in the Chrysler Motors Building at the New York World's Fair, a transcontinental bus of this type is a simple streamlined form and follows the trend in automobile design. The designer's conception of this type of bus is a double-decker, with the rear of the vehicle designed as an observation lounge with large window areas of Polaroid glass. It will provide a de luxe form of travel and accommodations will be similar to those of our finest crack trains. While the capacity of such a bus will be greater than those in use today (probably 60 to 65 feet long, higher and air conditioned) the basic scheme will revolve around the creation of a delightful travel unit and considerable space will be devoted to lounge and club facilities. There will be individual sleeping compartments, de luxe bedrooms, dining section, etc. with provision for steward's pantry, etc. The designer believes that by the time a vehicle of this kind is built, technical advances will have given us blow-proof tires. Some new substance will be developed to take the place of the present pneumatic tire.' sticker on back of image: 'Raymond Loewy International Inc. 110 East 59th Street New York, N.Y. 10022 USA'
Typed on back of image: '6) The Blister '6'... For the very exclusive person who prefers to 'stew in his own juices'.' another copy of image has '1944' written on front, and on back 'Cosmopolitan June 1948 James Mitchell column Oct. 44'