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Neon signage southeast

 

Flowers by Sandy
Memphis, TN
Photo and info courtesy Sherry McGee

Check out this neon sign for the Flowers by Sandy business located in Memphis, TN. This red rose really lights up the night when the neon is in full bloom. 09-06

 

 

Jolly Wash
Memphis, TN
Photo courtesy Sherry McGee

Here's a neon shot of Jolly Wash of Memphis, TN. At night, the little neon car just seems to be suspended off the pavement. 09-06

 

 

Poplar Records
Memphis, TN
Photo and info courtesy Sherry McGee

Poplar Records is a record store on Poplar Ave which opened in the 1940's.  Elvis was a frequent customer. 09-06

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Walgreen Drugs
New Orleans, LA
Photo courtesy Richard Weiss

Check out this Walgreen Drugs in New Orleans. The neon just seems to illuminate the roadside. 02-07

 

 

Walgreen Drugs
New Orleans, LA
Photo courtesy Bruce R. Cassi / 2002

Here's another shot o the Walgreen Drugs in New Orleans. 06-07

 

 

Rogers Daisy Museum
Rogers, AR
Photo and info courtesy Joe C. Murfin

The Rogers Daisy Airgun Museum, a non-profit museum in Rogers, Arkansas recently restored this old Daisy neon sign. The sign has an interesting lighting sequence to it. The bulbs representing BBs stream across the sign. Then, when they've hit the bulls eye, it lights up, spells out Daisy and then the words BB Guns are added before the sequence repeats. Daisy moved from Plymouth, Michigan to Rogers, Arkansas in 1958. This sign was first erected in 1960 on the busiest highway in town. Local residents recall knowing they were reaching the outskirts of town when they saw this sign. Today the sign, once again, welcomes visitors to Rogers and points the way to the Daisy Museum. 07-07

 

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