From anti-KFC ads to get out the vote warnings, Manhattan has every kind of sign imaginable, and if you look closely, the city gives up its ancient signage as well. First up, PETA's campaign against Kentucky Fried's use of something weird in the batter. Click pic to enlarge..
"Bottled Porter, Ale and Cider," circa 1920, Macdougal and Houston.
Zenith COLOR service sign, Lower East Side, circa early '60s.Wha? No more Chinese New Year?
Shackman Favors and Novelties, circa 1890s, Fifth Avenue.
Heller Paper Cordage Co, Tribeca, circa 1960.
Near Houston and Broadway.