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'
Written on back of print: 'New York World's Fair 1939 Chrysler Exhibit' typed note affixed to back of print: 'The front facade of the Chrysler Motors Building at the New York World's Fair, showing the 38-foot Polaroid Mural above the main entrance. This animated mural, which changes constantly in color, is the only one of its kind at the exposition.' sticker on back of image: 'Raymond Loewy International Inc. 110 East 59th Street New York, N.Y. 10022 USA'
Written on back of image: 'Intnl. Harvester Co Dealer Stations' stamped on back of image: 'Design Credit Raymond Loewy Associates 488 Madison Avenue New York 22, New York' stamped on back of image: 'If this Photograph is used for reproduction, kindly use the following credit line: Hedrich-Blessing'
Note with image: 'Automobile of the Future. Designed by Raymond Loewy as part of the Transportation Exhibit in the Chrysler Motors Building at the New York World's Fair. Tomorrow's automobile will probably be of the rear-engine type, stamped out in a minimum of simple operations; it will be fully streamlined; radiator grilles will have disappeared altogether; there will be a minimum of decoration and extensive use will be made of Polaroid glass.'
Written on back of print: 'Chrysler Exhibit N.Y. World's Fair 1939' typed note affixed to back of print: 'The Frozen Forest in the Chrysler Motors Building, where glittering ice trees provide one of the most beautiful and cooling retreats for summer visitors at the New York World's Fair. The ice is real, and is frozen fresh daily by Airtemp equipment that uses the same principle similar to millions of families in their electric refrigerators. The Frozen Forest is one of the spectacular features of the Chrysler Motors 5-Star Show.'
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'