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There are many benefits of an SCA membership, including two outstanding printed publications that anyone interested in the roadside will surely enjoy: SCA Journal, published semi-annually and SCA News, published quarterly. Douglas Towne has served as editor, for both publications, since 2004. Non-members interested in individual issues can purchase them through the SCA Store.
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…is written by Debra Jane Seltzer, who has provided updates of vintage signs in the column since 2009. Debra Jane is one of the nation’s foremost sign experts and her column is an excellent place to learn which signs have been restored, relit, or destroyed.
…is where Douglas Towne briefly touches on important though often overlooked roadside topics such as Magic Fingers beds, roadside shrines, privilege signs, and the future of commercial archeology.
…is where Douglas Towne writes about eclectic commercial archeology topics such as the atomic roadside, store aprons, tramways, and welcome arches.
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