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Good With Faces – The Mccallie Walls Mural Project – Chattanooga, TN

© Frank H. Jump

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Dimensional Evolution Mural – Street Art – Chattanooga, TN

© Frank H. Jump

Red Hook Mural & Shadow – Red Hook, Brooklyn

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John Lennon Wheat Paste – ℒ ☮♥三 Mural – Avenue U – Sheepshead Bay – John Westbay

John Westbay Street Art © Frank H. Jump

Litsey’s ♠︎ Sales ♣︎ Service ♦︎ Rentals ♥︎ Video Games – Pinball Machines – Jukeboxes – Pool Tables, et. al. – Louisville, KY

© Frank H. Jump

All Dreams Matter – I Have A Dream – Chattanooga, TN

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Elmer T. Herzog, Jeweler – Jewelry-Watches – 806 Madison Avenue – Covington, KY

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

To understand Herzog Jewelers today, it’s important to take a look at Herzog Jewelers from the beginning.

Let’s go back to 1922, when phones had been around for less than 50 years and flappers were bobbing their hair. In that year, our founder, Elmer T. Herzog, opened up a small jewelry store at 806 Madison Avenue in Covington, Kentucky. While working long hours serving his customers (something we can all relate to even today), he earned a reputation as a solid community member and trustworthy jeweler. And to think—he did all of this without a smart phone, call waiting or a laptop!

Fast-forward to 1980, when cell phones were the size of infants and hair was even bigger. It was in this year that Elmer retired and his son-in-law, Joseph Koester, Jr., took over.  – Herzog Jewelers dot com

Like most urban stories, demographics change and so do locations for services to follow their market.

#MrRobot – West 10th Street- Greenwich Village, NYC

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Corner of Germania Bank Building – 190 Bowery, NYC

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Chelsea Furniture Ad Revisited – I ♥ NY Street Art Mural

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© Frank H. Jump

Previously posted on FAB