Exterior view of the People's Market in Elko, the earliest documented neon signs in NV. Detail shots included. Photos were taken during the day.
Exterior view of The New Deal Club sign in Elko, NV during the day.
Exterior view of The Jackpot Club in Elko, now known as Stockmen's.
Exterior view of The Silver Dollar Club in Elko, NV, opened during the final weeks of the prohibition and closed its doors early 2020. Photographs provided are from different dates; the 1940's and 1986. Lit and unlit images featured.
Exterior view of Carl's Cafe in Elko, NV also doubled as the town's Greyhound Bus stop.
Exterior view of the Fremont Hotel during the day.
Interior view of the Las Vegas International Airport displaying lit neon signs of terminal shops and executive terminal.
Detail shot of slipper sign, with lit neon.
Neon shamrock while lit.
Racehorse with rider neon sign inside a bar.
Roulette wheel with chips sign while lit.
Detail shot of a neon sign depicting the Big Dipper with neon lit.
Grand opening sign with neon lit.
Bank Club Bar sign with lit neon.
Detail shot of historical theater masks with lit neon.
Detail shot of the Holiday Inn sign with the original script with lit neon.
Detail shot of lit neon marquis.
Detail shot of the Pink Poodle sign with lit neon.
Detail shot of the Travel Lodge Bear with lit neon.
Sign lit neon for a drug store that reads "Free Aspirin & Tender Sympathy."