South Dakota Signs (page 3)

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City Bakery [gone]

Kozy Motel [gone]
Spearfish, SD
B&B Lounge
Spearfish, SD
Oasis Bar & Lounge [gone]
Sturgis, SD
The Kozy Motel sign was probably from the 1950s. In 2018, it was announced that the sign would be removed and sold. It was gone by 2021. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2.

The B&B Lounge sign might be from the 1950s or 1960s. It is lit at night. For more, see this website. [map]

The Oasis Bar & Lounge sign appeared to be from the 1950s or 1960s. Around 2023, it was removed and replaced with a modern sign on the building.

Beseda Hall
Tabor, SD
Beseda Hall is a Czech community center. These signs might be from the 1950s. [map]

American Legion
Tabor, SD
Tyndall Bakery
Tyndall, SD
This American Legion Post was founded in 1919. The sign might be from the 1950s. [map]

The Tyndall Bakery was established in 1861. This painted sign might be from the 1950s or earlier. It had neon at one time. [map]

Full Throttle Saloon
Vale, SD
The Full Throttle Saloon has a few signs on its property. In 2015, the business in Sturgis, SD was destroyed in a fire. In 2017, it reopened in Vale, SD. [map]

The Star Lite Motel sign was originally installed in Sturgis. This sign was installed at the Full Throttle by 2012. The motel was demolished in 2016. The sign was repainted before it was reinstalled in Vale.

The Best Western sign was installed at Full Throttle's Sturgis location. However, it is not displayed at the Vale location. It's not known where this sign was installed originally. These signs were mass-produced but were phased out by Best Western. They are very rare now. Some of the crowns have been repurposed for other business signs around the country.

The Union County Drug sign was originally installed in Anna, IL.

I don't know where the Budweiser sign came from or how old it is.

Welsh Motel
Wall, SD
The Welsh Motel had opened by 1960. This sign is probably from the 1950s or 1960s. [map]

Codington Clark Electric Co-Op [gone]

Dick's Bar [gone]
Joie's Cafe [gone]
Peacock Bar

Stewart Carpet Center
Yankton, SD
O'Malley's Bar
Yankton, SD
Black Steer
Yankton, SD
The Stewart Carpet Center opened in 1958. The store moved to this location in 1961 and this sign is probably from then. [map]

O'Malley's Bar opened in 1958 and this sign is probably from then. [map]

The Black Steer restaurant opened in 1957 and this sign is probably from then. [map]

Kline's Jewelry
Yankton, SD
Robbie's Little Casino
Yankton, SD
2011: 2022: 2011: 2022:
Kline's Jewelry opened in 1961. This sign was adapted from the Fox Jewelry store. Fox moved here in the 1930s and the sign might be from then. However, it looks more typical of the 1950s. The store has closed and the Kline's name was painted over sometime after 2019. [map]

Robbie's Little Casino opened in 1960 and this sign appears to be from then. Around 2012, the top part of the sign was covered up with new panels for the Rounding 3rd Bar & Casino. After 2019, the neon and bottom panels were removed from the sign. For more, see this website. [map]

Buhl's Cleaners
Yankton, SD
Moose Lodge
Yankton, SD
Starlite Inn
Yankton, SD
Buhl's Cleaners opened at this location in 1967. This sign is probably from their previous location. It appears to be from the 1950s. [map]

This Moose Lodge sign might be from the 1960s or even much more recent. [map]

The Starlite Inn was built in the 1940s. This sign is probably from the 1950s. [map]

More Yankton:
Boston Shoes to Boots
Cork 'n Bottle
Kip's Inn/King Dragon
Meredith's Jewelry

More South Dakota:
Rexall Drug Stores (various cities)
various theatres

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