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Pontiac Noir: 1948

Pontiac Noir: 1948

1948. "George Daniels Pontiac, Van Ness Avenue." The San Francisco car dealer­ship whose interior we've seen here. 8x10 acetate negative. View full size.

 

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Miss Neon

I recall there were a lot more neon signs around when I was young. It seems that internally lit plastic signs replaced them but I think the neons were more colorful and vivid.

[As well as more expensive. I miss them too. - Dave]

Wow

Love these noir shots! Great photography.

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