Buckminster Fuller poses at the wheel of his car, Dymaxion Car Number One, with another man in the driver’s seat at the Century of Progress, c. 1933. Photograph from Hedrich-Blessing.
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Buckminster Fuller poses at the wheel of his car, Dymaxion Car Number One, with another man in the driver’s seat at the Century of Progress, c. 1933. Photograph from Hedrich-Blessing.

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