vintage mural ads & other signage by Frank H. Jump & friends
© Frank H. Jump
Posted in: Brooklyn, Coney Island Avenue, Rubbish Removal.
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Pretty! Never noticed that one.
Thanks! I photographed it over ten years ago but it wasn’t faded enough for me then. I’ve gotten less picky over the years. The Rourke is opposite it and probably older and more enduring.
I WORKED THERE DRIVING ROLL OFF FROM 75 TO 86 WITH STUDDERING JOHN ,FAT VINNY ,DIRTY RONNIE ANYONE REMEMBER THOSE GUYS
Hi, this is Vincent Morea. I moved to Florida 10 years ago, Fat Vinny died. I have not spoke to dirty ronnie or studdering John since.
hi big jim was my father he died in 2003 i was trying to get in touch with some of the people he worked for so if you look on this site an see this please get in touch thank’S TERRI CLARK
I married Fat Vinny!
[...] worked there,” wrote Tony in April 2009 when he saw the faded ad for Coney Island Rubbish Removal from the corner of Cortelyou Road and Coney Island Avenue (pictured above). “I drove roll from [...]
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