View of the present from 1910

Drive-thruNight4Joy has a post showing prints created in 1910, showing artist renditions of what life would look like in 2000. The prints are actually from a collection at the National Library of France.

The prints depict Phonographic messages being delivered by hand, a crazy school and a one-man business site. Some of the ideas aren't far off, such as listening to the newspaper and the modern drive-thru, although the execution is a little different now ;)

It's a little hard to locate on the Library site, so best to view via Night4Joy's post.

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