By MICHAEL BUSHNELL
April 9, 2014
One of the highlights of the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair was the Firestone Singing Color Fountain.
The description on the back of the card reads: “Beneath the misty fountain domes is a battery of colored lights. As the music fills the garden, the varying sound wave lengths come in contact with a delicate mechanism, which connects the colored lights. The result is an ever-changing array of beautiful color combinations, playing upon the fountains in perfect harmony with