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Charlotte Signs Project Debuts at City’s Museum of History

The exhibit will be available for viewing through early 2023.




Credit: Charlotte Museum of History

The Charlotte Signs Project has debuted within the city’s Museum of History, spotlighting a collection of vintage signs from the Queen City’s past, WCNC writes.

Project founder Christopher Lawing curated the museum display, allowing city residents to see the signs that helped make Charlotte what it is today. “It’s amazing what these iconic signs mean to the Charlotte community,” he told the outlet.

The museum describes what visitors can expect to see at the exhibit: “Featured signs are from neighborhoods across the city, including Dilworth, Oakhurst, Plaza Midwood, Uptown, and the Museum’s own stomping ground: East Charlotte. Community partners like Charlotte East and the Plaza Midwood Neighborhood Association have come together to showcase their neighborhood’s culturally significant signage.”

The exhibit will be available at the museum for the next 18 months.

Read more at WCNC.




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