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Meadow Gold Sign
Tulsa, OK

Route 66Check out this fantastic rooftop sign for the Meadow Gold in Tulsa, OK. This is one sign that could literally be seen for blocks.

Meadow Gold (Removed)
Tulsa, OK
Photo courtesy Chris King


UPDATE 12/08 : The Meadow Gold sign that was removed from Route 66 in Tulsa, OK a few years ago will be returning to Route 66 near its original site in January. According to the December 5, 2008 Tulsa's World article, the sign is almost fully restored and will be located at the intersection of Quaker Avenue and 11th Street.


UPDATE 05/09 : The historic Meadow Gold sign has been restored and now sits at 11th Street and Quaker Avenue. According to Route 66 News, a dedication ceremony was held on May 22 and by the looks of things, the Meadow Gold sign looks as good as ever. The sign had been dismantled from its original location at the SW Corner of 11th & Lewis in 2004 as originally reported in Preservation Alley. 05/09


Meadow Gold Neon 2010
Tulsa, OK
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com


UPDATE 08/17: Here's a daytime shot of the Meadow Gold and the building underneath. 08/17


Meadow Gold in the day
Tulsa, OK
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com





Here is an archived posting from Preservation Alley 2004

Tulsa, OK --- A familiar Tulsa landmark needs help.

The immense Meadow Gold rooftop sign in Tulsa, OK has been donated to a preservation group by the generous new owner of its building. However, help is needed for the move of the huge sign and supporting structure. The sign, first established in 1934, is still located at the SW Corner of 11th & Lewis.

The OK Route 66 Association is asking you to assist the Tulsa Foundation for Architecture with its efforts to relocate the sign by sending a donation TODAY — in any amount you can afford.

Send checks to:
TFA / Save the Sign
c/o Tulsa Foundation for Architecture
2210-R S. Main
Tulsa, OK 74114

Questions can be directed to Rick Schmigle at (918) 492-2822 or e-mail: route66@webzone.net
The foundation is a nonprofit organization, so your donation is tax-deductible.

Please see visit the Friends of the Mother Road website for more information.

Many thanks to Emily Priddy for alert.


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