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The Flavor Lasts – OJ Gude Advertising – So Does the Painted Ad – Columbia Street – Red Hook, Brooklyn

From Julian Seery Gude (OJ Gude’s great great grandson): Hi Frank, thanks for letting me know about the latest O.J. Gude sign to pop up. Looks like the building that was stacked against the sign did a decent job of … Continue reading

Coney Island Avenue Milk Ad – OJ Gude Advertising – Kensington, Brooklyn

© Frank H. Jump

More on OJ Gude – The Patriarch of Outdoor Signage

© Frank H. Jump Recently, I stumbled upon the weblog of OJ Gude’s Great Great Grandson Julian Seery Gude, and I wrote him a letter. Here is what Gude commented on the fading ad blog: Hi Frank, I love the … Continue reading

OJ Gude – The Patriarch of Outdoor Signage

© Frank H. Jump Myrtle Avenue & Franklin Avenue CLICK HERE for OJ Gude’s great great grandson’s blog!

Bull Durham – Smoking Tobacco – Thomas Cusack Co. Chicago – Wallace, ID

Bull Durham Tobacco Much of this growth can be attributed to the establishment of a thriving tobacco industry. Soldiers, both Union and Confederate, were encamped near Bennett Place, just outside Durham Station, during surrender proceedings in April 1865. While on … Continue reading

Embroidery – Office on Premises – Columbia Street – Red Hook, Brooklyn

On the same construction site as “The Flavor Lasts” – OJ Gude Advertising [below].

Letter to Landmarks Commission on behalf of Colossal Media Advertising (a Brooklyn business!)

© Frank H. Jump 1998 Recently I was contacted by Colossal Media Advertising to represent them at a NYC Landmarks Commission hearing about the 60 Grand Street Coca-Cola ad space being used for a modern ad site. Here is the … Continue reading

Visit the American Sign Museum – Cincinnati OH

© Frank H. Jump Visit Tod Swormstedt’s American Sign Museum online and become a member- or if you are ever in Cincinnati, OH – swing by and say hello for me! Check out their page about OJ Gude & early … Continue reading

Get Shorpy – The 100-Year-Old Photo Blog

My buddy Julian Seery Gude, great great grandson of advertising pioneer OJ Gude, turned me on to this blog. Great vintage photos. Above are Vincenzo, 15 years old, and brother Angelo, 11 years old, baking bread for their father at … Continue reading

M. Rappoport’s Music Store

Formerly at 4109 Jamaica Avenue near Woodhaven Avenue Picture taken in July 1998 © Frank H. Jump Notice, where was the location of this store? Who was the advertiser, O.J. Gude- and what impact did he have on outdoor advertising? … Continue reading