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

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