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New York World's Fair

n a series of posters from the late 1930s, International Harvester used images of engineering marvels to enhance the reputation of its industrial equipment. This poster shows the Trylon and Perisphere, the signature buildings of the 1939 New York World’s Fair. Together, they became popular symbols of modernism and progress.

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Photolithograph, 1938
Unknown printer (United States) for
International Harvester Co. (Chicago)
38" x 28"

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