Posted 6 years ago
I found this sign on line. It had been cut in half for some reason. It's so hard to find anything Marland because they didn't exist after 1929.
I wrestled with the decision for a few days and finally decided that I had to try and save.
I fabricated a piece for the gap in the L and mounted it to a tin sign of no value.
It's on the wall now and I like looking at it.