vintage mural ads & other signage by Frank H. Jump & friends
© Frank H. Jump
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Posted in: Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Storage, Warehouses.
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I’m sitting on the deck pictured almost like my exact view in your second photo, wondering what this place is like inside. The apartments to the side are very nice.
An interesting and friendly neighborhood. We had a great time.
This is an awesome photo, I currently live in the house to the right that’s connected. Funny how you can live somewhere for over a year and never notice the word ‘treeboob’ right in front of you!
Anyway, this project is very interesting. I know the Philly ones were taken a while ago, but if you ever happen to be back around the area, there’s an old Christmas outlet sign (or something of the sort) in South Philly, if you haven’t already been there yet. You can see the old sign from Penrose Diner if you are looking straight across Penrose Ave (in the distance behind the raised highway).
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