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      paleofuture: Tomorrow’s Mobile Home #RetroFuture #FutureIsNOW!

    • Norma DeRemer

      Tomorrow's Mobile Home - The rolling home of the future from the September, 1934 issue of Everyday Science and Mechanics

    • Andrea Novello

      The rolling house of the future (offered in the September, 1934 issue of Everyday Science and Mechanics) promised at least one thing--the ability to be towed by a tractor...ahaha

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