Three days of Oklahoma to share: here’s post 1 of 3.
Let’s start with this sign in Eufala:
Another one from Eufala. Simple but sweet. Well-preserved corrugated plastic signs are getting very rare:
Some signs from Muskogee:
Another one for my Happy Bear collection:
In 2011, this sign was prettier and still had its neon:
Here’s what it looks like now:
Gorgeous in this rusty state. They are trying to raise money to restore it but I kinda hope that doesn’t happen. Better yet, put a replica on the poles and move this guy into/on top of the building:
This cutie is in Tahlequah:
Another one from Tahlequah:
One of two C-152 Lectras across the street from each other in Chouteau. This is the unrestored one:
This Daylight Donuts is in Verdigris — neon, bulbs, corrugated panels…
AND a vacuum form panel under the eaves. I’m sure these were mass-produced but I’ve never seen another one anywhere:
Last one for this post — in Claremore. This sign was restored in the past few years. Here’s what it looked like in 2016:
Back next weekend (or so) with more.
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