Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Again with the Sign Museum

Inside the American Sign Museum, there are curated signs.  Outside, the signs roam freely.

The Southern Ohio College was acquired by Brown Mackie.

Not even our Western Field Agent, D.L. Hudson, has been able to uncover facts about the Cincinnati Sampling Company.

Not our usual fare, but looks totally legitimate and safe.  Bring the kids.

Monday, November 24, 2014

Behind the Sign Museum

Our Western Field Office Agent, Mr. D.L. Hudson was in the City this weekend for some training, and to get his oil changed.  We ran into each other at the Sign Hunters ConFab at the American Sign Museum.  Nice fellow.
Anyway, we'd both already seen the Tatum and the Leon's signs, as shown above.

But, Mr. D.L. Hudson went a-wandering and found these, hidden further back.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Curtis Street

From a recent visit to Walnut Hills.

And across the street from the garage...

Let's zoom in a little.

Hard to see from this distance, but there's something there.
This entire block is about to be renovated, so it's probably not long for this world.
And this will probably go away too.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

More Mailbox

This is in the alleyway behind the Aranoff Center.  We'd long suspected there was something there, but hadn't gotten around to looking.
We thank Mr. B. Joyce for doing it for us.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

From the Mailbox

Another from Trinidad, CO, courtesy of Ms. L. Cicotello.

We've been promised another Colorado sign, from another Coloradoan, and hopefully, that will arrive soon.

Monday, October 13, 2014

Where is This From?

Good question!

Sent to us by Ms. L. Cicotello, during her recent drive through Trinidad, Colorado.

Friday, October 10, 2014

Warren Glass

Central Parkway, near Ezzard Charles.  We wondered why we hadn't noticed this sooner...

And when we stopped to take the pictures, a fella came out of the "Office Space for Lease" building, pictured below...

He'd just recently uncovered it, taking down the plywood that had hid this beauty.  
He wasn't sure what the holes were for: either neon tubing, or a glass cover.