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It appears as though the Greyhound Corporation had a hand in virtually every Fair and Exposition that took place during the Twentieth Century! - and I'll bet it kept their design department busy year round coming up with unique and interesting themes for each extravaganza.

Their 1936 entry in Cleveland was just that as shown below in a very ornate passenger body pulled by a 1936 White 'Super Power' tractor.

I would imagine that there were numbers of these vehicles connecting perimeter transit terminals with a myriad of pavilions.

Photo courtesy of the New York Public Library.

Mr. Linsky - Green Bus Lines, Inc., Jamaica, NY


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