Exploring the Photography of the 1880s via a Greenwich Ghost Sign
Researching ghost signs is a very hit and miss affair, with dead ends fortunately offset by those that yield myriad clues and new paths to explore. This very faded piece on the wall of a residential property in South East London has been fascinating to investigate, taking me into the wonderful world of late-Victorian photography. […]
Childrens Hairdressers revealed in Greenwich Village
This sign was discovered here on the Greenwich Village Daily Photo blog. It is a recent reveal soon to be covered up again, fittingly described by Ken Mac as “reverting to its time capsule status”. This development has also been picked up on Frank Jump’s Fading Ad blog and Jeremiah’s Vanishing New York blog.