1958 was the year in which a Universal and International exhibition was organized again after the war and the post-war period. The Universal Exhibition in Brussels was much celebrated all over the world by being presented as an exampl of the human values and the science and the technique progress after the reconstruction of Europe. The Spanish participation with the pavilion designed by the architects Corrales and Molezún appeared in the newspapers that time.
The brochure about Leonardo Torres Quevedo and his machines, as a precursor of the Automation, cybernetics and tele-mechanics, which was spread in the Universal Exhibition, where the Chess Player of 1920 was exhibited, meant the appreciation of the ingeneer as a representative person of the Spanish modern science. The archive of the Torres Quevedo Museum preserves one of this brochures.