Snapshots of urban history, store fronts, and neon signs.
Hello,This is not intended to be a "comment" - I could not find another way of contacting you. My name is Tom Rinaldi; I have authored a book on neon signs in New York which will be released by W.W. Norton this fall. Your blog is obviously of great interest to me. I ran across one of your father-in-law's signs this week on 3rd Ave and 40th Street, thought you might get a kick out of seeing it. I'd be interested in knowing more about Aaron Signs - when it was founded, how the family got into the sign business, when they stopped making signs, that kind of thing - for a possible post on my own little blog (www.nyneon.blogspot.com), where I sometimes do brief historical overviews of some of the prominent sign companies that operated in New York in years past. Anyhow - thanks for posting all of those great photos, all the best,-Tom.
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