SCA Journal | Fall 2003 - Society for Commercial Archeology
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SCA Journal | Fall 2003


SKU: 21:2 Category:
  • Guy W. Carwile, “$2.50 and Up with Radio and Fan: The Hotel Palomar Courts”
  • Stefanie Klavens, “The Art of the Movie Theater: A Disappearing American Tradition”
  • Beth Savage, “The Spud Drive-In puts Driggs, Idaho, on the Map” and “Route 66 in Kansas”
  • Pete Phillips, “Sign Lines”
  • Diane DeBlois, “Gas Station Vacations a la Carte”
  • Larry Cultrera, “The Origin of Diner Hotline”
  • Book Reviews:
    • Charles Phoenix, Southern California in the ’50s: Sun, Fun, Fantasy
    • Vance Lauderdale, Ask Vance: The Best Questions and Answers from Memphis Magazine’s History and Trivia Expert
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