Allied War Surplus 1964
Wonderful sign built by YESCO for Allied War Surplus, Salt Lake City, Utah. 1964. The figure stood 26' and the sign itself was 36'. The "Allied" copy was 24" letters painted blue with single tube aqua neon.
13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. DXV)
1. There's a 1000 year-old lost city beneath the St Louis suburbs Artist's recreation of downtown Cahokia, with Monk's Mound at its center. Cahokia was the largest pre-Columbia city in what is now the United States. Its pyramids and earthen mounds stood near present-day East St. Louis, IL. Aro
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North Temple looking west, 1972
It's a bit sad that North Temple actually looked nicer in this area in 1972 than it does now. Just look how orderly the right (north) side of the street looks. The landscaping in the center median has today been replaced with rocks. Hip hip... boo. This photo is from one of 145 boxes I've been perusing at the State Archives in downtown. These photos come from the Utah Department of Transportation, and were taken mostly by Cal Briggs or Gerald E. Peterson. The photos are sorted by year (with…