The scrap drive of World War II really took numerous our historical past away. But, hey, what are you going to do? We won the war. Do you continue
to see some porcelain
signs up on homes?Bruner: Once in a long time, yes. In my book that just came out, I took an image of an old Pontiac sign and an old Buick sign at a dealership. The caption goes like this: ��California Highway 16 is the most street in Woodland, California. Much to my surprise, these two porcelain neon advertisements were still giving service on a dealership downtown. We had all better enjoy these few ultimate artifacts while we can, as this variety of thing is nearly extinct. Well, guess what? I went via Woodland, California four days ago and the signs were gone. There's stuff that's still up, but it's disappearing fast. You have a private assortment of signs, right?Bruner: I do, likely about 150 porcelain signs. It's mostly nation store as a result of that's where the thrust of my attention has been over the years, but there's petrol in there, too.