Future Books Volume 3, no 6 – Overture, Industry Government Science Arts, 1948

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Includes many charts by The Isotype Institute.

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Future Books Volume 6 - Overture, Industry Government Science Arts, 1948. Cover design by FHK Henrion
Future Books Volume 6 – Overture, Industry Government Science Arts, 1948. Cover design by FHK Henrion
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