American theatrical and industrial designer
1893 – Born on the 27th of April in Adrian, Michigan.
1918 – Began his career as the scene designer for the Metropolitan Opera.
1929 – Designed a 9-deck amphibian airliner, which incorporated areas for deck-games, an orchestra, a gymnasium, a solarium, and two airplane hangars.
1939 – Designed the General Motors Pavilion, known as Futurama, for the New York World’s Fair.
1960 – Published his autobiography, Miracle in the Evening.
1958 – Norman Bel Geddes died on 8th of May.
He was the father of actress Barbara Bel Geddes.