Friday, March 24, 2017

Why We Hunt Part II

The building at 13th and Walnut is undergoing renovations, reportedly for condos. They've already cut a whole in the wall, presumably for windows. 

This is the north side of the building, and one has to wonder how much longer this German message has.

Not far away, on Liberty, between Walnut and Main, this sign has been covered up:

Here's what it used to look like.

Over by Findlay Market: Gone.

At Race and 12th: Gone.

On McMicken near Race: Gone.

On 15th, between Race and Elm: Gone.

And that is why we hunt ghost signs.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Why We Hunt

Because as long as these signs have been around, they're not impervious.

More signs lost to history tomorrow.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Grand Finale

Courtesy of our Western Field Agent, Mr. D.L. Hudson.

Tomorrow and the next day, we demonstrate WHY we try to capture ghost signs.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

More from Montgomery

Part two of our series from our Western (Southern) Field Agent, Mr. D.L. Hudson.
Two iconic signs on the same wall: Coca-Cola and Bull Durham tobacco.

Monday, March 20, 2017

From the Road

Our Western Field Agent, Mr. D.L. Hudson becomes our Southern Field Agent this week, as he sends us these from Montgomery, Alabama.

He found a slew of ghost signs near Court and Jefferson, and over the next couple of days, we'll share them with you.

Friday, March 17, 2017

An Update

A little more plaster came down, revealing a little more sign.
Specifically, the "since 1845."

Thursday, March 16, 2017


... Van Winkle.

Found in Lincoln.
Gracefully submitted by Ms. D. Walz.