Virtual Roadtrip

Posted on: October 14th, 2008 by National Trust for Historic Preservation 1 Comment

The National Preservation Conference is just around the corner -- next week, in fact.  Join Jeff and Kelly of Vintage Roadside on Route 66 as they make their way to their exhibit booth at the conference in Tulsa, Oklahoma - they'll drive from Topock, Arizona to Tulsa in five days, blogging about their experiences en route. Their posts will appear in the sidebar of this blog all week as they travel across the Southwest.

Vintage Roadside produces screen printed t-shirts featuring authentic advertising images from mom-and-pop roadside businesses of the 1930s through early 1960s, and donates a portion of their sales to our work here at the National Trust for Historic Preservation, where, in 2007, we listed the motels of Route 66 on our annual list of 11 Most Endangered Places.

-- Susan Neumann & Lori Feinman

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  1. PreservationNation » Blog Archive » Tulsa Poster Presentations: Phillips 66 Stations: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    October 23, 2008

    [...] Pecan Company booth, while coveting some of those shirts from Vintage Roadside (Lori & Susan blogged about them a few days ago), when I ran across Mike Kertok in front of his poster on the Phillips 66 Stations. While he’s [...]