I’m madly in love with these 1923 subway signs. I’m coveting an original canvas, but while I save up, there are a ton of prints and photographs available. I think the current threat level has been elevated to “Need.”
Did you see the Houston ones? I love them, too! One of those would be a great gift for my born-and-bred Houston hubby!
Thanks for the site!
I have quite a large collection (about 90 in all) of NYC subway station signs, (I do have a 2 sided Houston St) as well as many old cloth type roll sign sections. My website only has about 50 of the porcelain signs but if you have any interest email me and I’ll send you pictures. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. I grew up in Brooklyn and the subway is one of my passions.
can i buy it?
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I'm Laura Mayes, a writer and one of the founders of Mighty Events & GoMighty, of the Mom 2.0 Summit, and of Kirtsy. Some things I've written have won an Emmy. Other things are in Kirtsy Takes a Bow. And a whole lot of others are right here where you've landed. Welcome. Any questions?