Attached is an article from a 1937 issue of The Magazine of Art that addressed the over-all aesthetic appeal of the zeppelin Hindenburg' . Written by Blanche Naylor, no stranger to all matters involving industrial design of the Thirties and Forties, the article goes into some detail as to the color scheme, upholstery, paintings and the names of the assorted German designers responsible for the beauty of the air-ship. The article is accompanied by seven photographs and one diagram of the public rooms accessible to the Hindenburg' passenger's. Pictured above is the Hindenburg smoking lounge.
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