Commercial Archeology

Subject Statesort descending City
Most Famous Tower Records Was Here California West Hollywood
Actress jumped to her death from H in Hollywood Sign. California Los Angeles
Warren's visited by American Pickers Florida Daytona Beach
Charlie's in Minot in New York Times Article, Eisenhower Ate Here North Dakota Minot
Drive-in Movie Invented and Tested Here New Jersey Riverton
Why does Lucy the Elephant building have blue eyes? New Jersey Margate City
Westmont Theater - needs to be saved! New Jersey Westmont
Sears on Admiral Wilson Blvd. to be razed. New Jersey Camden
First Drive-In Movie Theater New Jersey Pennsauken Township
Horn & Hardart with waitress service was here. New York Fresh Meadows
Famed collector Alex Shear died here. New York New York
Round Macy's with Notch in It in New York New York Elmhurst
Kentile Floors sign is/was here New York Brooklyn
Apartment building curves to accommodate Pepsi sign New York Queens
Springsteen courted wife Patti at this diner. New York New York
Frank Lloyd Wright -designed Auto Showroom Demolished New York New York
Best Antiques Mall for Advertising, General Store Items (?) Pennsylvania Quakertown
Bala Theater - last Egyptian-style cinema in Delaware Valley Pennsylvania Bala Cynwyd
PSFS Sign needs preservation. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
First Pep Boys Store was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Ott Camera building designed to look like ... a camera. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
AMC 309 Cinema Sign, Montgomeryville, PA Pennsylvania North Wales
Sines, a real 5 & 10, in Quakertown, PA Pennsylvania Quakertown
1956 Film Poster Painted on Wall Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Door tells history of advertising profession. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Cy's Penn Luncheonette was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
"Lovers' Clock" in Center City Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Firefly Sculpture, as seen from I-95 near Philly airport Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Former Bank Building Modeled After 15th Century Italian Mansion Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Second Drive-in Theater and Still Open -- Shankweiler's Pennsylvania Orefield
Robert Morris Skaler, Philly historian / forensic-architect / postcard collector, grew up here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Rosedale Diner, from Hall & Oates Abandoned Luncheonette Cover, Was Here Pennsylvania Pottstown
Edgemont Theater was once here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
White's Liner Diner was here. Pennsylvania Lansdale
Pit-Catcher Lanes was here. Pennsylvania Chalfont
Horn & Hardart Building by Wm. Steele & Sons Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Red Coach Grill was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Basco / Best Products - World's Largest Sign Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Texas Tommy sandwich originated here, in cup-shaped building. Pennsylvania Pottstown
Ed's Diner was here - Doylestown, PA Pennsylvania Doylestown
Diner on cover of Abandoned Luncheonette LP cover by Hall & Oates was photographed here. Pennsylvania Pottstown
Abbotts Dairy was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Classic Building on (what was) Philly's Automobiles Row Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Pub Tiki was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Korvettes Department Store on the Boulevard Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Diner in Newtown Square, PA Pennsylvania Newtown Square
Gray's, US's oldest general store, closes. Rhode Island Adamsville
Roadside Convenience Store in a Cave Utah Hanksville
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