Random mutterings, observations, and comments on what ever comes to mind. Photos will be posted.
I really like old buildings. The tile work is wonderful!
Remember I'm french: Bdlg stands for building, does Bon-ton mean something?..
Being French, I think you know. It was a women's clothing chain, and I believe it translates from French to English as, "Fashionable".
OK! Thx! :o)
Reminds me of dot-matrix printing, which was never fashionable. There are still a few Bon-Ton stores in my area but most of them have closed.
Love those old tile signs!
Oh darn, I thought at first it said "Bon-bon" and I was going to ask you to send me some!
Looks like a nice, well-cared-for entryway.Since I have never heard of Bon-Ton, I searched and saw they have stores in Indiana. I never would have guessed - they are Carson's here. Has probably been 30 years since I've been in any Carson's. It was one of my favorite places to shop in my young adult years.~Lindy
Mine's on the ground too today. :)
Oh, I thought it was the Bon Ton Department Store.
nice tiles. frankly my dear
The tile work is pretty cheap advertising, isn't it? I was listening to Public Radio today and one feature was about how difficult it is for retail store chains to find replacement CEOs. Bon-Ton was mentioned as one of the chains currently trying to find a CEO.
Nice tile work. should I apply???
i've never heard of this store but i love the tile entry!
A cool entry! It's nice to know when things were built.
Very original, I like it!