The Hunt Oil Company headquarters building lights up its environs in Downtown Dallas.
The newly-repaired sign of the long-closed Tyler Theater in Downtown Tyler, Texas, reaches into the early-evening sky.
A neon sign on a storefront in Downtown Tyler, Texas.
Las Vegas’ Paris Hotel & Casino lights up the night along The Strip.
A sign atop Seattle’s Pike Place Market for City Fish Market.
A neon sign offers directions at Seattle’s Pike Place Market.
The sun begins to set behind Chicago’s “most-haunted” hotel, the Congress Plaza Hotel, highlighting its rooftop’s red neon sign and American flag.
Detail of the 70-year-old, 11-foot-tall neon Pegasus sign that once stood atop Downtown Dallas’ Magnolia Petroleum Building. It now alights in the lobby of Dallas’ Old Red Museum of Dallas County History and Culture, having been replaced by a reproduction atop the restored Magnolia Building (now a boutique hotel) in 1999.
This striking neon sign for Las Vegas’ long-gone Chief Hotel Court was erected in 1940. Since 1997, it’s been a part of the collection of the Neon Museum and stands at the northeast corner of Fremont Street and 4th Street in Downtown Las Vegas.