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A few 2012 photos can be seen here and here, while 2010 photos can be seen here, here and here.
A few November 2012 photos can be seen here, here and a 2010 photo here.
A November 2012 photo can be seen here.
That’s great! I look forward to photographing it!
You can see the front of the building here.
A few July 2012 photos can be seen here, here and here.
A few November 2012 photos can be seen here and here.
few July 2012 photos can be seen here and here.
I restored the neon marquee in my photo. Check it out here.
Yes, I’ve seen the Holly in Medford. Quite impressive. But that’s Oregon, the state whose craziness is mostly limited environmental issues. But this is California you’re talking about here. It’s almost as though the state and most local governments WANT to dive their areas into the ground, and will sabotage themselves to whatever length to do it. I speak as an employee of the blue State of California.
I wish you luck in your efforts.
Amen, GarageStudio. And from my own bias, I’d love to see the exterior restored to its original grandeur.
How long before the marquee is done?
A few July 2012 photos can be seen here and here.
Here is their website.
A September 2012 photo can be seen here.
And I hope that you do restore and reopen the State, Kirk. I’d love to go back and reshoot it in all it’s restored glory!
A 2010 photo can be seen here. A Few photos taken September 1, 2012 can be seen here and here.
Anyone know if the neon has been or will be restored?
The building is back in use, but I’m not sure what state it’s in:
Tructus, is there a website for the neighborhood group? Or do you know what plans/time tables they have?
Their website is here.
There’s talk of restoration: here, here and here
It’s being restored: See here.
Are they going to restore the unique verticle sign and the neon along with it?