University of Illinois at Chicago Century of Progress World's Fair, 1933-1934 (University of Illinois at Chicago)
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[The General Motors exhibit at A Century of Progress. The main exhibit featured a display of automotive
1. [The General Motors exhibit at A Century of Progress. The main exhibit featured a display of automotive parts and an assembly room where 1,000 people at a time can watch an automobile being manufactured.]
[The Hupmobile exhibit at A Century of Progress International Exhibition, 1933-1934.]
2. [The Hupmobile exhibit at A Century of Progress International Exhibition, 1933-1934.]
[The Hupmobile exhibit at A Century of Progress International Exhibition, 1933-1934.]
3. [The Hupmobile exhibit at A Century of Progress International Exhibition, 1933-1934.]
[The Hupmobile exhibit at A Century of Progress International Exhibition, 1933-1934.]
4. [The Hupmobile exhibit at A Century of Progress International Exhibition, 1933-1934.]

[The Hupmobile exhibit at A Century of Progress International Exposition, ca. 1933-1934. The exhibit
5. [The Hupmobile exhibit at A Century of Progress International Exposition, ca. 1933-1934. The exhibit here displays the interior of the vehicle, allowing patrons to see the frame and engine clearly. The Hupmobile was manufactured by the Hupp Motor Company of Detroit, founded by Craig and Louis Hupp in 1908. Hupp Motors manufactured automobiles from 1909 to 1940, when the company went out of business.]
"Ford's 'Drama of Transportation' in New World's Fair. This is a conception by Hugh Ferriss of what the
6. "Ford's 'Drama of Transportation' in New World's Fair. This is a conception by Hugh Ferriss of what the interior of the great Ford Building will look like when A Century of Progress opens in Chicago May 26. In this building, 900 feet long, the major portion of a $1,500,000 exhibit, will be dramatized the story of the contributions of science, industry and agriculture to the modern automobile. Opposite the structure will be a free park with seats for concert and entertainment programs."
"The 'Ford World' in New World's Fair. This electrically driven globe will be one of the exhibits in
7. "The 'Ford World' in New World's Fair. This electrically driven globe will be one of the exhibits in the giant Ford Building in the Exposition which opens in Chicago May 26. The drawing is by Hugh Ferriss. In the exhibit building will be dramatized the complete story of the contributions of science, industry, and agriculture to the modern automobile."
"The Chysler [sic] exhibit is a beautiful sight at night and equally so in the day time. Pools of clear,
8. "The Chysler [sic] exhibit is a beautiful sight at night and equally so in the day time. Pools of clear, blue water, fountains, a runway for testing cars, and here Barney Oldfield holds forth to give you a thrill with the racing cars."

"This group of students from Purdue University are particularly interested in combustion engines, and
9. "This group of students from Purdue University are particularly interested in combustion engines, and came to the World's Fair for first-hand information concerning them, which they are receiving from Tom Britton in the Chevrolet division of the General Motors exhibit."
"This Studebaker 'year ahead model' got a good start yesterday (June 26) when Miss South Bend broke a
10. "This Studebaker 'year ahead model' got a good start yesterday (June 26) when Miss South Bend broke a bottle of champagne over its motor as part of the dedicatory ceremonies of the company's exhibit in the Travel and Transport building at the new World's Fair. Left to right, Miss South Bend (Henrietta Swedenberg), Colonel Robert Isham Randolph assistant to the general manager of the Fair, and Paul Hoffmann, president of the Studebaker company."
  

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