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  • Crick Camera Shop' neon sign from 1946 will be saved

    Crick Camera Shop co-owner Dana Crick watched on Tuesday as the original 1946 neon sign above the now-closed store at 77th & State Line was taken down. The sign will be saved for a proposed future inclusion in a collection of vintage neon from around the metro area.

Crick Camera Shop co-owner Dana Crick watched on Tuesday as the original 1946 neon sign above the now-closed store at 77th & State Line was taken down. The sign will be saved for a proposed future inclusion in a collection of vintage neon from around the metro area. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Crick Camera Shop co-owner Dana Crick watched on Tuesday as the original 1946 neon sign above the now-closed store at 77th & State Line was taken down. The sign will be saved for a proposed future inclusion in a collection of vintage neon from around the metro area. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

Though Crick Camera Shop is closed, its iconic neon sign might have a bright future

February 10, 2017 7:00 AM