Oldest Neon Sign in Chicago - Stock image

Neon, 1940-1949, 20th Century Style, Architectural Feature, Architecture

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Chicago, USA - August 3, 2013: The oldest neon sign in Chicago, hanging outside the oldest Chinese Restaurant in Chicago. Art Deco style sign that dates from the 1940's. Orange Garden Chinese restaurant sign advertising Chop Suey and Chow Mein, on Irving Park Road in Ravenswood, a neighborhood in the Chicago Community of North Center. Close up. No people.

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Stock photo ID:458237709
Upload date:December 17, 2013
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