This pairs nicely with last month's post about the map for GM's Futurama at the 1964-65 World's Fair in New York.
It's a 9-inch-by-4-inch brochure that was intended for mailing. The inside of the brochure features a collage of scenes from inside Futurama. The futuristic settings remind me a lot of Thunderbirds and the supermarionation of this same time period.
City of Tomorrow
"A dynamic new spirit enlivens the 'City of Tomorrow.' People, vehicles, goods — even some of the sidewalks — are moving. The city, cured of its traffic ills, is reborn as the center of commerce, communication and culture."
"Man turns ice-clad Antarctica into a global weather center and probes its frozen wastes for resources needed by a growing world population."
"Firebird IV, latest in a series of turbine-driven experimental cars, promises new heights of comfort and convenience in automatic motoring."
"In one of the greatest adventures of all time, man explores the moon aboard multi-wheel crawlers designed to cruise almost any terrain."
"Resort hotels beneath the sea serve a new vacation playground."