"A cowboy, an American Indian chief, or a lumberjack”

As the US highway expanded across the country during the mid-20th century, numerous large-scale fiberglass “statues” were erected to entice drivers and vacationers to such roadside business as cafes, motels, and car repair shops. Today a firm is dedicated to restoring these colossals of Americana.


Rescuing America’s Roadside Giants

By Jasmine Taylor-Coleman

BBC News

July 14, 2016

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