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Photographs of Sierra Mobile Home Park sign, Las Vegas (Nev.), March 3, 2017



Creator: Soto, Nicole




The Sierra Mobile Home Park sign sits at 3139 East Sahara Avenue. Information about the sign is available in the Southern Nevada Neon Survey Data Sheet.
Site address: 3139 E Sahara Ave
Sign owner: Sierra Mobile Park Company
Sign details: This location has been around since 1963 for mobile housing.
Sign condition: 2- Rough condition with small remains of neon left.
Sign form: Pylon
Sign-specific description: There are two blue steel beams that go into a triangle shape. Above this there are 3 rectangular oval shapes stacked on top of each other. The top one is red with a white painted font lined with neon remains stating "Sierra". Below this is a yellow rectangle with a light blue font stating "Mobile". Underneath is another red one with a white font "Park"with neon remains as well.
Sign - type of display: Neon remains
Sign - media: Steel
Sign environment: This location is on East Sahara close to Mcleod. There are car sale lots to each side of it.
Sign - date of installation: Has been up since at least 2007 but looks as though it was up long before that
Sign - thematic influences: This sign has the mid-century mod theme to it with the two beams meeting together.
Survey - research locations: Assessor's page, google maps satellite view
Survey - research notes: Could not find a lot of information on this location particularly since it does not have a website, nor any older photos of the sign. The sign does have that mid century mod look to it especially since the building construction dates to 1963.
Surveyor: Emily Fellmer
Survey - date completed: 2017-09-27
Sign keywords: Pylon; Neon; Steel

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neo000145. Southern Nevada Neon Survey Records, 2002-2018. PH-00401. Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada.


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