Signs and signboards
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box B421.01.0001: Series B421.01 [U186023258305]
Overview The Gordon Sign Company was founded by Harry A. Gordon in 1904. It is the oldest full-service sign company in the United States. Harry Abraham Gordon was born in Vilnius, Lithuania in 1878 and settled in Denver, Colorado shortly before he founded the Company. His two sons, Edward and Leonard Gordon took over the company in the 1940s and later started one of the largest neon sign companies in Colorado. The collection contains a book of photographs of Gordon neon signs, "Gordon Neon: A Family...
File — Box D001.0011: Series D001.11 [U186022113803]
Overview This box contains plaques and portraits of Martha Faure Carson, Lillian Cushing, and Justin Brierly that were on display in the Carson Brierly Giffin Dance Library housed at CWC.
File — Box D030.0112: [U186022114841]
File — Box D001.0012: Series D001.11 [U186022113942]
Overview This box contains realia from the Carson Brierly Giffin Dance Library including (1) stamp, (1) box of metal letters (originally hung on the walls of the CWC Briggs Room), (1) sign for the dance library, and (1) award from the Colorado Dance Alliance.
File — Box D096.0078: Series D096.03 [U186023289097]
Overview This box contains (1) framed object and (1) cardboard sign. The framed object is a Proclamation of the City Council of Yuba City, CA. It proclaims an event called "Once in a Lifetime International Hoedown" celebrating Square Dancing with groups from around the world. The cardboard sign is a placard for the 28th National Square Dance Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
File — Carton D001.0016: Series D001.09 [U186023271662]