Texas A. and M. College: 1930
4to, 464 pp. Beautifully embossed leather covers featuring airplane, dirigible, and train amid futuristic buildings. Front cover depicts daytime lighting; rear the same image at night. Ten full-page color drawings offer a glimpse into the future as imagined by architecture professor Gilbert Allan Geist (1880-1937). The drawings depict rockets, skyscrapers and cities that at the time seemed visionary. [3 double & 7 single pages ; endpapers also illustrated by Geist; profusely illus. w/ b/w photos of students, faculty, administration, and activities.]
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