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SCA Journal Vol 29:1 (Spring 2011)

SCA Journal Vol 29:1 (Spring 2011)

  • Douglas Towne, "Map-Made Landscapes"
  • Guy W. Carwile, "Creating Paradise: The Jack Tar Hotel in Galveston"
  • Leslie Wolfenden-Guidry and Susan Lassell, "White Oak Grocery: Gas, Food & Western Swing"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Harnessing Buffalo"
  • Debra Jane Seltzer, "Hot Dog Dogs"
  • Peter Glaser, "Space Age Sensations"
  • Book Reviews
    • Norman M. Giller and Sarah Giller Nelson, Designing the Good Life: Norman M. Giller and the Development of Miami Modernism
    • Robert O. Williams and Melinda M. Williams, Wildwood's Neon Nights and Motel Memories
    • Angelique Bamberg, Chatham Village: Pittsburgh's Garden City

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SCA Journal Vol 28:2 (Fall 2010)

SCA Journal Vol 28:2 (Fall 2010)

  • Douglas Towne, "High Plains Drifter"
  • Lyell Henry, "Reaching for Fame on the Roadside: George Kern and his Petrified Ham"
  • Euan Hague, "More Imagined than Real: The Jefferson Davis Highway"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Gadsden Hotel, Queen of the Border"
  • Debra Jane Seltzer, "Drive-In Theatre Signs"
  • Peter Glaser, "Did Someone Say 'Niagara Falls?'"
  • Book Reviews
    • John Margolies, photographer; Phil Patton, author; C. Ford Peatross, contributing author; Jim Heimann, editor, John Margolies: Roadside America: Architectural Relics from a Vanishing Past
    • John Londei, Shutting Up Shop: The decline of the traditional small shop
    • Shannon Sanders McDonald, The Parking Garage: Design and Evolution of a Modern Urban Form
    • Brian Butko, The Ship Hotel: Still a Grand View Along the Lincoln Highway

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SCA Journal Vol 28:1 (Spring 2010)

SCA Journal Vol 28:1 (Spring 2010)

  • Douglas Towne, "Welcome Arches"
  • Mona Hadler, "Pontiac Hood Ornaments: Chief of the Sixes"
  • Michelle Begay, "Thar's Gold in them Foothills!  What a Motel Can Reveal About Postwar America"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Who Died in Grant's Cottage?"
  • Debra Jane Seltzer, "Camera Signs"
  • Peter Glaser, "TEXA-KOHL"
  • Douglas Towne, "Roadside Art of Jeffrey L. Neumann"
  • Book Reviews
    • John A. Jakle and Keith A. Sculle, Motoring: The Highway Experience in America

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SCA Journal Vol 27:2 (Fall 2009)

SCA Journal Vol 27:2 (Fall 2009)

Special Seasonal Issue: Santas, Igloos, Penguins, and Other Frosty Friends!

  • Douglas Towne, "The Polar Issue"
  • Keith A. Sculle, "The Igloo: Alaska's Biggest Unfinished Roadside Attraction"
  • Keith A. Sculle, "The Santa Claus House in North Pole, Alaska"
  • Douglas Towne, "Maybe Christmas Wasn't Meant to Last All Year: The Rise and Fall of Santa Claus, Arizona"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Hitch Up to Luxury"
  • Debra Jane Seltzer, "Penguins and Polar Bear Signs"
  • Peter Glaser, "The Great White North"
  • Book Reviews
    • Jame Draeger and Mark Speltz, Fill 'er Up: The Glory Days of Wisconsin Gas Stations
    • James T. Murray and Karla L. Murray, Store Front: The Disappearing Face of New York 

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SCA Journal Vol 27:1 (Spring 2009)

SCA Journal Vol 27:1 (Spring 2009)

  • Douglas Towne, "A Retro Magic Carpet Ride"
  • Robert Autobee, "Vroom at the Top: The Short Life and Long Legacy of Denver's Big Top Stores"
  • Erika Nelson, "Dinsmoor as Creative Catalyst: 100 Years of the Garden of Eden in Lucas, Kansas"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Monuments to Legendary Horses"
  • Debra Jane Seltzer, "The Eternal Drip: Neon Plumbing Signs"
  • Peter Glaser, "Out-of-this-World Of-this-World"
  • Book Reviews
    • Kerry Segrave, Drive-In Theaters: A History from Their Inception in 1933
    • David W. Lewis, The Passion Pit: A Tribute to the Drive-In

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SCA Journal Vol 26:2 (Fall 2008)

SCA Journal Vol 26:2 (Fall 2008)

  • Duane E. Churchill, "The Roadside Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright"
  • Archie Loss, ed., "The Travel Journal of Lourene Vail: The Trip Home, August-September 1933"
  • Beth Savage, "GSA Modernism"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Tourist Camp Stationery"
  • Debra Jane Seltzer, "Donut Signs"
  • Peter Glaser, "Harry Oakman's Aerial Photography"
  • Book Reviews
    • Eric Dregni, Midwest Marvels: Roadside Attractions Across Iowa, Minnesota, the Dakotas, and Wisconsin
    • Helen Tangires, Public Markets
    • Michael L. Berger, The Automobile in American History and Culture: A Reference Guide

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SCA Journal Vol 26:1 (Spring 2008)

SCA Journal Vol 26:1 (Spring 2008)

Southwest Special

  • Douglas Towne, "Enchantment Beyond Route 66"
  • John W. Murphey, "The Real, the Fake, and the Tacky: The Evolution of the Tourist Trading Post Along New Mexico Route 66"
  • Douglas Towne, "The Lone Diagonal in a Grid Town: What's Grand About Grand Avenue"
  • Joanna Dowling, "Safety on the Interstate: The Architecture of Rest Areas"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Grants Goes Nuclear"
  • Debra Jane Seltzer, "Tucumcari Tonight"
  • Peter Glaser, "The 2400 Motel, Vancouver, B.C."
  • Book Reviews
    • Max J. Skidmore, Moose Crossing: Portland to Portland on the Theodore Roosevelt International Highway
    • Tom W. Williams, The Ghosts of Jungle Park: History, Myth, and Legend: The Story of a Place Like No Other
    • Peter B. Dedek, Hip to the Trip: A Cultural History of Route 66

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SCA Journal Vol 25:2 (Fall 2007)

SCA Journal Vol 25:2 (Fall 2007)

  • Douglas Towne, "Ag Ad Archeology"
  • Keith A. Sculle, "What's In a Name? Coronado Courts and More"
  • David Malcolm Rose, "Welcome to Hot Springs, Arkansas: A Commercial Archeologist's Playground"
  • L. Robert Puschendorf, "The 'Bungalow' Filling Stations of the Standard Oil Company in Nebraska"
  • Beth L. Savage, "Suburban Village Designated Historic Landmark" (Mariemont, OH); "Sleep and Eat in Bank Thanks to Rehab" (The Farmers and Mechanics Savings Bank, Minneapolis, MN); "Indianapolis Car Culture Highlighted"; "Vintage Washington, D.C. Images"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Bisbee, Arizona"
  • Debra Jane Seltzer, "Sixties Satellite Signs"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Book Reviews
    • Claudette Stager and Martha A. Carver, eds., Looking Beyond the Highway: Dixie Roads and Culture
    • Thomas T. Fetters with Vincent Kohler, The Lustron Home: The History of a Postwar Prefabricated Housing Experiment
    • Frank E. Wrenick, The Streamline Era Greyhound Terminal: The Architecture of W.S. Arrasmith
    • Brian Butko, Greetings from the Lincoln Highway: America's First Coast-to-Coast Road

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SCA Journal Vol 25:1 (Spring 2007)

SCA Journal Vol 25:1 (Spring 2007)

  • Guy W. Carwile, "'It’s Got to Be Good': Borden’s Ice Cream Store”
  • Virginia B. Price, “Moonlit Miracles for the Tourist Trade: Reconstructing Fort Rosalie in Natchez”
  • Beth L. Savage, “The Perfect Orange", "Vernacular Scholars Tour Savannah" and "Super-sized Save-A-Landmark Program”
  • Diane DeBlois, “California Hot Springs”
  • Pete Phillips, “Sign Lines”
  • Larry Cultrera, “My Family History With Diners”
  • Book Reviews
    • Carol Dawson and Carol Johnston, House of Plenty: The Rise, Fall, and Revival of Luby’s Cafeterias
    • Lee Whiteley and Jane Whiteley, The Playground Trail: The National Park-to-Park Highway: To and Through the National Parks of the West in 1920
    • Howard J. Erlichman, Camino del Norte: How a Series of Watering Holes, Fords, and Dirt Trails Evolved into Interstate 35 in Texas
    • Daniel Francis, A Road for Canada: The Illustrated Story of the Trans-Canada Highway
    • David W. Monaghan, Canada’s ‘New Main Street’: The Trans-Canada Highway as Idea and Reality 1912-1956

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SCA Journal Vol 24:2 (Fall 2006)

SCA Journal Vol 24:2 (Fall 2006)

  • Justin Gunther, “Mount Vernon: An Architectural Identity”
  • Troy R. Lovata, “Iconic Torreons of the American Southwest”
  • Beth Savage, “40th Anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act”
  • Diane DeBlois, “Slept in a Wigwam Lately?”
  • Pete Phillips, “Sign Lines”
  • Arthur Krim, “Twisting the Night Away in Philly”
  • Larry Cultrera, “Diner Hotline”
  • Book Reviews
    • Yorke Rowan and Uzi Baram, eds., Marketing Heritage: Archaeology and the Consumption of the Past
    • Arthur Krim, Route 66: Iconography of the American Highway

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SCA Journal Vol 24:1 (Spring 2006)

SCA Journal Vol 24:1 (Spring 2006)

Special Focus on Motels

  • Douglas Towne, “The Eternal Roadtrip: The Art of Warren Anderson”
  • Peter Glaser, “Oasis by the Lake: Toronto’s Motel Strip”
  • Andrew Wood, “Motel Moderne: Yesterday's Motels of Tomorrow”
  • Beth Savage, "Concrete Additions: Midwest Sites Added to National Register"
  • Diane DeBlois, “Death Valley Junction Oasis”
  • Pete Phillips, “Sign Lines”
  • Larry Cultrera, “Diner Hotline”
  • Book Reviews
    • Brian and Sarah Butko, Roadside Giants
    • Abigail Gumbiner and Carol Hayden, photography; and Jim Heimann, introduction, Vacant Eden: Roadside Treasures of the Sonoran Desert

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SCA Journal Vol 23:2 (Fall 2005)

SCA Journal Vol 23:2 (Fall 2005)

Segregation on the Road

  • Lyell Henry, "Accommodations 'for Colored'"
  • Gregory Smith, "'Finest for Negroes': Lodging in Jim Crow Era Texas"
  • Mella Rothwell Harmon, "'500 Negro Wives Annually': Reno's African-American Divorce Trade"
  • Frank Brusca, "Crisis on Route 40: How the U.S. Department of State Worked on the Domestic Front to Combat Whites-Only Policy in Public Accommodations"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Nothing Plain at the Plains Motel"
  • Beth Savage, "Segregation and Preservation"
  • Pete Phillips, "Sign Lines"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Book Reviews:
    • David Clements, Talking Shops: Detroit Commercial Folk Art
    • Peter Genovese, The Jersey Shore Uncovered: A Revealing Season at the Beach

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SCA Journal Vol 23:1 (Spring 2005)

SCA Journal Vol 23:1 (Spring 2005)

  • Cliff Leppke, "Vanishing Points: Phillips' Postwar 'New Look' Service Stations"
  • Annamary Fitzgerald, "Gospodor's Monument: Roadside Reflections for a Better World"
  • Beth Savage, "A Rural Roadhouse and Some Swingin' Beach Motels"
  • Pete Phillips, "Sign Lines"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Rubber on the Road"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Book Reviews:
    • Curt McConnell, The Record-Setting Trips: By Auto from Coast to Coast, 1909-1916
    • Charles A Stansfield, Jr., Vacationing on the Jersey Shore: Guide to Beach Resorts Past and Present

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SCA Journal Vol 22:2 (Fall 2004)

SCA Journal Vol 22:2 (Fall 2004)

  • Archie Loss, ed., "A Trip Across the Country, July 1933: A Journal by Lourene Vail"
  • Keith A. Sculle, "A Bit of the South Florida Roadside Transplanted: Allan W. Davis, Sea Shells and Souvenirs"
  • Beth Savage, "By the Side of the Road: Road Markers"
  • Pete Phillips, "Sign Lines"
  • Diane DeBlois, "A Stitch in Time..."
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Book Reviews:
    • Andrew F. Wood and Jenny L. Wood, Motel America: A State-By-State Tour Guide to Nostalgic Stopovers
    • Leland and Crystal Payton, See the Ozarks: The Touristic Image

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SCA Journal Vol 22:1 (Spring 2004)

SCA Journal Vol 22:1 (Spring 2004)

  • Connie Torbeck, "The National Road & U.S. 40: Main Street of South-Central Illinois"
  • Anya Rao, "The Land of Spinning Sombreros & Electrified Teepees: Restoring New Mexico's Route 66 Signs"
  • Beth Savage, "More Exemplary Diners - and a Dinor - Join the National Register Ranks"
  • Pete Phillips, "Sign Lines"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Turnpike Acceptance"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Book Reviews:
    • Jeff Brouws (photography) and others (essays), Readymades: American Roadside Artifacts
    • Jim Heimann, ed., Las Vegas: Vintage Graphics from Sin City

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SCA Journal Vol 21:2 (Fall 2003)

SCA Journal Vol 21:2 (Fall 2003)

  • Guy W. Carwile, "$2.50 and Up with Radio and Fan: The Hotel Palomar Courts"
  • Stefanie Klavens, "The Art of the Movie Theater: A Disappearing American Tradition"
  • Beth Savage, "The Spud Drive-In puts Driggs, Idaho, on the Map" and "Route 66 in Kansas"
  • Pete Phillips, "Sign Lines"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Gas Station Vacations a la Carte"
  • Larry Cultrera, "The Origin of Diner Hotline"
  • Book Reviews:
    • Charles Phoenix, Southern California in the '50s: Sun, Fun, Fantasy
    • Vance Lauderdale, Ask Vance: The Best Questions and Answers from Memphis Magazine's History and Trivia Expert

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SCA Journal Vol 21:1 (Spring 2003)

SCA Journal Vol 21:1 (Spring 2003)

  • Katherine Fuller, "Myrtle Beach: Music and Motels"
  • Douglas C. Towne, "Sombreros, Tequila & Sin: Tourist Districts of Mexican Border Towns"
  • Pete Phillips, "Sign Lines"
  • Beth Savage, "From Carthage to Cuba: More Missouri Roadside Resources Join the National Register Ranks"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Traffic Safety"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Book Reviews:
    • Lisa Mahar, American Signs: Form and Meaning on Route 66
    • Nathan Marsak and Nigel Cox, Los Angeles Neon

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SCA Journal Vol 20:2 (Fall 2002)

SCA Journal Vol 20:2 (Fall 2002)

  • Peter Glaser, "Along Yonge Street to the Lakeland Playground of America"
  • Keith A. Sculle, "Mission Village in Imagined California"
  • Beth Savage, "Another New England Diner Joins National Register Ranks"
  • Diane DeBlois, "A Roof Over the Car"
  • Pete Phillips, "Sign Lines"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Book Reviews:
    • Roger B. White, Home on the Road: The Motor Home in America
    • Warren H. Anderson, Vanishing Roadside America

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SCA Journal Vol 20:1 (Spring 2002)

SCA Journal Vol 20:1 (Spring 2002)

  • Erik Berg, "Politics, Pavement, and Postcards: Arizona's Superior-Miami Highway"
  • Blythe Semmer, "Tourist Lodging in the Great Smoky Mountains and the Transition from Regional to National Style"
  • Arthur Krim, "Mohawk Trail Rediscovered"
  • Beth Savage, "NPS Route 66 Preservation Program"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Auto Signaling"
  • Pete Phillips, "Sign Lines"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Book Reviews:
    • Alan Hess and Andrew Danish, Palm Springs Weekend: The Architecture and Design of a Midcentury Oasis
    • Mark S. Foster, Castles in the Sand: The Life and Times of Carl Graham Fisher

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SCA Journal Vol 19:2 (Fall 2001)

SCA Journal Vol 19:2 (Fall 2001)

  • Kimberly Hinder, "PUBLIX: Where Shopping Was a Pleasure"
  • John W. W. Mann, Ph.D., "Reins, Trains & Automobiles: Spokane's Historic Transportation Corridor"
  • Beth Savage, "From Lincoln to Eisenhower"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Songs of the Road"
  • Pete Phillips, "Sign Lines"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Book Reviews:
    • Harold A. Meeks, On the Road to Yellowstone: The Yellowstone Trail and American Highways, 1900-1930
    • Brian Butko and Kevin Patrick, Diners of Pennsylvania

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SCA Journal Vol 19:1 (Spring 2001)

SCA Journal Vol 19:1 (Spring 2001)

  • Brian Butko,  "From Cones to Klondikes: Isaly's Dairy and its Cool Innovations"
  • Keith Sculle, "Tracking TraveLodge: An Inquiry After the Origins of a Roadside Chain"
  • Brian Butko, "By the 'way: Chico's Roundstone Station"
  • Beth Savage, "From Maine to Montana... and Beyond"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Whatever the Weather"
  • Pete Phillips, "Sign Lines"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Book Reviews:
    • Len Davidson, Vingage Neon
    • Andrew Hurley, Diners, Bowling Alleys, and Trailer Parks: Chasing the American Dream in Postwar Consumer Culture 

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SCA Journal Vol 18:2 (Fall 2000)

SCA Journal Vol 18:2 (Fall 2000)

  • Sara Amy Leach and Gary Mason,  "Cuba: A Century of Car Culture"
  • Martha Carver, "Get Right With God: Harrison Mayes' Roadside Advertising Campaign for the Lord"
  • Douglas Towne, "Frontier Schooners to Flying Saucers: Arizona Motel Imagery"
  • Beth Savage, "A Scintillating Sequel and a Promising New Partner"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Women in the Driver's Seat"
  • Pete Phillips, "Sign Lines"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Book Reviews:
    • John A. Jakle and Keith A. Sculle, Fast Food: Roadside Restaurants in the Automobile Age
    • Shellee Graham, Tales From the Coral Court: Photos and Stories from a Lost Route 66 Landmark

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SCA Journal Vol 18:1 (Spring 2000)

SCA Journal Vol 18:1 (Spring 2000)

  • Mark Wolfe, "Join Us In... Cool Colorado"
  • Mella Rothwell Harmon, "Landrum's: The Biggest Little Diner"
  • Robert W. Hadlow, Ph.D., "The Columbia River Highway: America's First Scenic Road"
  • Beth Savage, "Milestones, Updates & Corrections"
  • Diane DeBlois, "'Havin' a Blast:' Atomic Tourism"
  • Pete Phillips, "Sign Lines"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Arthur Kim, "Childhood Roadsides"
  • Book Reviews:
    • Jill Livingston, That Ribbon of Highway I: Highway 99 from the Oregon Border to the State Capital
    • Jill Livingston, That Ribbon of Highway II: Highway 99 from the State Capital to the Mexico Border

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SCA Journal Vol 17:2 (Fall 1999)

SCA Journal Vol 17:2 (Fall 1999)

  • Bernice L. Thomas, "Bigger Than 'The Real Thing:' Giant Coca-Cola Bottles"
  • Christian W. Overland, "Celebrating Detroit: Assembling an Automobile National Heritage Area"
  • Michael A. "Bert" Bedeau, "'Aye Carumbus!!!' SCA's Made in Ohio Conference"
  • Suzanne and Archie Loss, "Highway 11: Harrisonburg, VA"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Western Hotel Stationery"
  • Pete Phillips, "Sign Lines"
  • Larry Cultrera, "'Are We Having Fun Yet?' Diners on the Comics Page"
  • Book Reviews:
    • Tim Hollis, Dixie Before Disney: 100 Years of Roadside Fun
    • John Margolies, Fun Along the Road: American Tourist Attractions

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SCA Journal Vol 17:1 (Spring 1999)

SCA Journal Vol 17:1 (Spring 1999)

  • Kimberly Hinder, "View Points and Points of View: Florida's Early Tourist Towers"
  • Michael A. "Bert" Bedeau, "Conference Report" (A National Forum on Assessing Significance for Transportation Programs, Washington, D.C., May 1999)
  • Max J. Skidmore, "From Portland to Portland: The Theodore Roosevelt International Highway"
  • Todd Croteau, "Documenting Park Roads & Parkways"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Creating the Service Station"
  • Pete Phillips, "Sign Lines"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  •  Book Review:
    • Will Anderson, Where Have You Gone, Starlight Cafe?

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SCA Journal Vol 16:2 (Fall 1998)

SCA Journal Vol 16:2 (Fall 1998)

  • Gary R. Mason and Sara Amy Leach, "The Redwood Highway: Ancient Trees and Tourist Bait"
  • Jon Axline, "Highway Through History: Montana's Scenic U.S. Highway 91"
  • Jon Axline, "Montana's Highway Historical Markers"
  • Martha Carver, "The Dixie Highway and Automobile Tourism in the South"
  • Beth Savage, "The Register Goes West"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Better Roads"
  • Pete Phillips, "Sign Lines"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Book Reviews:
    • Richard Longstreth, City Center to Regional Mall: Architecture, the Automobile, and Retailing in Los Angeles, 1920-1950
    • Kris Lackey, RoadFrames: The American Highway Narrative

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SCA Journal Vol 16:1 (Spring 1998)

SCA Journal Vol 16:1 (Spring 1998)

  • Nathalie Wright, "The Kahiki: Bringing a Bit of Polynesia to the Midwest"
  • John English, "Tiki, Southern California Style"
  • "Saving Historic Roads: 3 Case Studies" (book excerpts from Saving Historic Roads: Design & Policy Guidelines by Paul Daniel Marriott; case studies are "Vermont: Historic Roads and Bridges" by Bob McCullough, "Nebraska: The Lincoln Highway" by Carol Ahlgren, and "Rhode Island: The Bellevue Avenue Reconstruction Project" by Richard E. Greenwood)
  • Diane Kane, "Conference on Historic Roads Tackles Preservation Strategies"
  • Carol Ahlgren, "By the 'Way... Places to Play: Post Rock Country in Kansas"
  • Beth Savage, "From the Big Duck to Dinosaurs"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Auto Tenting"
  • Pete Phillips, "Sign Lines"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Book Reviews
    • Jeff Brouws (photographer), Bernd Polster and Phil Patton (essays), Highway: America's Endless Dream
    • Cythia Lea Haas (text) and Jeff Holder (photographs), Ghost Signs of Arkansas
    • Elizabeth McCants Drinnon, Stuckey: The Biography of Williamson Sylvester Stuckey, 1909-1977 

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SCA Journal Vol 15:2 (Fall 1997)

SCA Journal Vol 15:2 (Fall 1997)

  • Daniel Hershberger, "SCA Turns 20!"
  • W. Dwayne Jones, "Old Spanish Trail: National Trunkline of the Southern Boarderlands"
  • Carol Ahlgren, "Dry, Long, and Dusty: The Detroit – Lincoln – Denver (DLD) Highway in Nebraska"
  • Carrie Scupholm, "The Tamiami Trail: Connecting the East and West Coasts of the Sunshine State"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Billboards in Advertising"
  • Pete Phillips, "Sign Lines"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Book Reviews:
    • John Margolies, Home Away From Home: Motels in America
    • John A. Jakle, Keith A. Sculle, and Jefferson S. Rogers, The Motel in America
    • Jane and Michael Stern, Eat Your Way Across the U.S.A.: 500 Diners, Farmland Buffets, Lobster Shacks, Pie Palaces, and Other All-American Eateries
    • Don and Susan Sanders, The American Drive-In Movie Theater

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SCA Journal Vol 15:1 (Spring 1997)

SCA Journal Vol 15:1 (Spring 1997)

  • Mark Hufstetler, "The Auto Arrives at Glacier"
  • Dennis Holden and Mark Hufstetler, "Building a Landmark: Glacier's 'Sun Road'"
  • Bruce E. Seely, "Urban Freeway Development and the Bureau of Public Roads, 1930-1950"
  • Jill Livingston (text) and Kathryn Golden (photographs), "Highway Bridges: A Fusion of Art and Function: A Northern California Sampler"
  • Diane DeBlois, "The Big Trees as Roadside Attraction"
  • Pete Phillips, "Sign Lines"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • SaraAmy Leach, "By the 'Way... Places to Stay: Wigwam Village No. 2" (Cave City, KY); "Log Cabin Motor Court" (The Weaverville Highway, north of Asheville, NC); "The Pine Cottages (Asheville, NC)"
  • Book Reviews:
    • Douglas A. Yorke, Jr., John Margolies, and Eric Baker, Hitting the Road: The Art of the American Road Map
    • Michael Karl Witzel, The American Drive-In
    • Jim Heimann, Car Hops and Curb Service 

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SCA Journal Vol 14:2 (Fall 1996)

SCA Journal Vol 14:2 (Fall 1996)

  • Don Sanders and Stephen Narisi, "Towers to the Stars: The Design of Drive-In Theater Screen Buildings"
  • Robert J. Mason, "Transplanted Resources: The American Scene in Tokyo"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Ephemera of the Road"
  • Dwayne Jones for James Johnson, "Cirkut Photograph: A Full Image of the Time and Place"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Linda Brettler and Richard Destin, "The L.A. Car Wash: Visions of the Future Passed"
  • Special Fold-Out Cover Photos: Two panoramic views captured with a Crikut camera (Norman Court, Norman, OK, c.1940; and the first Barnsdall station, OK, c. 1930)
  • Book Reviews:
    • Jamie Jenson, Road Trip U.S.A.
    • Brian Butko, Pennsylvania Traveler's Guide: The Lincoln Highway 

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SCA Journal Vol 14:1 (Spring 1996)

SCA Journal Vol 14:1 (Spring 1996)

  • Richard F. Weingroff, "When Highways Had Names"
  • Dave Cole, "Magazines for Early Motorists"
  • Diane DeBlois, "Road Scout for the AAA"
  • Jeffrey Wilensky, "Automobile Club of Southern California Corporate Archives"
  • "Principal Named U.S. Highways - 1949" (excerpted from a publication by the National Touring Bureau, American Automobile Association)
  • Beth Savage, "National Register Highways"
  • Dwayne Jones and Sara Amy Leach, "American Automobile Association Library"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Arthur Krim, "The Ozark Trails: The Original Mother Road"
  • Sara Amy Leach, "'Pine to Palms': A Drive Along the Ocean Highway"
  • Michael A. Bedeau, "The Yellowstone Trail: A Good Road from Plymouth Rock to Puget Sound" 

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SCA Journal Vol 13:3 (Fall 1995)

SCA Journal Vol 13:3 (Fall 1995)

  • Lisa Raflo and Jeffrey Durbin, "Teal Roofs and Pecan Logs: A History of Stuckey's Pecan Shoppes"
  • Tim Hollis, "Miniature Golf on the Miracle Strip"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Lisa Hartmann, "America's Postwar Motels"
  • "What Are They Now?" (Postcards from the Brian Butko Collection) 

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SCA Journal Vol 13:2 (Spring-Summer 1995)

SCA Journal Vol 13:2 (Spring-Summer 1995)

  • David Gebhard, "Programmatic Architecture: An Introduction"
  • Mike Bedeau and Jim Wilson, "Big Critters in the Upper Midwest"
  • Michael Karl Witzel, "Ralph and Ernie's Roadside Igloo"
  • Douglas Towne, "The Mysteries of the Wandering Cactus Unearthed"
  • Larry Cultrera, "The Diner as an Art Form"
  • Kevin J. Patrick, "The American Roadside Giant: Myth, Meaning and Cultural Identity"
  • "Programmatic Architecture Around the States" (Smith's Igloo Lodge, Alaska Route 3; Brooke Catsup Bottle, Collinsville, IL; Shoe House, York, PA)
  • Patricia Buckley, "Jumbo Oranges & Giant Lemons"

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SCA Journal Vol 13:1 (Fall-Winter 1994-95)

SCA Journal Vol 13:1 (Fall-Winter 1994-95)

  • Kathleen Kelly Broomer, "Shoppers World and the Regional Shopping Center in Greater Boston"
  • "Bad Taste at 31st Birthday for Flamingos" (reprinted from The Economist)
  • Martha Carver, "Driving the Dixie: The Development of the Dixie Highway Corridor"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Patricia Leigh Brown, "In the City of Change, Is 'Las Vegas Landmark' an Oxymoron?"
  • Tim Hollis, "Vintage Movie Palaces Restored in Birmingham"
  • "Early Electric Traffic Light in Lynn, MA" (reprinted from the Daily Evening Item, Lynn, MA)
  • Book Reviews:
    • John Margolies and Emily Gwanthmey, Signs of Our Times
    • Jeffrey Tennyson, Hamburger Heaven: The Illustrated History of the Hamburger

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SCA Journal Vol 12:4 (Winter 1993-94)

SCA Journal Vol 12:4 (Winter 1993-94)

Special Diner Issue

  • John B. Levine, "On the Road with the Society for Commercial Archeology"
  • Christine Guedon, "Diner Asthetics: A Woman's Perspective"
  • Brian A. Butko, "Eerie Lake Erie: Dinors and Diner Manufacturers"
  •  Marc C. Wagner, "Hoop Skirts on Naugahyde Booths: The Old Dominion's Diners"
  •  Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • John B. Levine, M.D., "Chrome Home: The Lasting Appeal of the Diner"
  • Richard J.S. Gutman, "New Faces on Old Places"
  • Arthur Krim, "Lynn Lunch Cars" 
  • Book Reviews:
    • Richard J.S. Gutman, American Diner Then and Now
    • Gerd Kittel (photographs) and Richard F. Snow (introduction), Diners: People and Places
    • Robert Heide and John Gilman, O'New Jersey: Daytripping, Back Roads, Eateries, and Funky Adventures

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SCA Journal Vol 12:3 (Spring-Summer 1993)

SCA Journal Vol 12:3 (Spring-Summer 1993)

  • Peter H. Phillips, "Walking In and Driving Out: A Brief Architectural History of Automobile Dealerships"
  • Scott H. Suter, "Neither 'Weird' nor 'Elegant::' The Evolution of the Cottage-Style Gas Station"
  • Brian Hare, "Commercial Architecture in the Aloha State"
  • Leigh Hanlon-Sebastian, "Sunset Drive-In Theater " (Canon City, Colorado)
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Kevin Kutz, "Graphic Java"
  • Arthur Krim, "Highway 66 Film Footage Found in Hollywood"
  • Janet Murray, "The Claude Neon News"
  • Fedele Musso, " Coasting Through Time" 
  • Book Reviews:
    • Howard Lawrence Preston, Dirt Roads to Dixie: Accessibility and Modernization in the South, 1885-1935
    • Nicholas van Hoogstraten with photography by Jack Pottle and Maggie Hopp, Lost Broadway Theatres
    • Will Anderson, Mid-Atlantic Roadside Delights: Roadside Architecture of Yesterday & Today in New Jersey, New York & Pennsylvania
    • Tom Teague with illustrations by Bob Waldmire, Searching for 66

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SCA Journal Vol 12:2 (Fall 1992)

SCA Journal Vol 12:2 (Fall 1992)

  • Tania Werbizky, "Accommodating the Traveler: The Development of the Tourist Court on U.S. Route 20 in New York State"
  • Brian Butko, "By the Way, Places to Stay"
  • "NewsBriefs"
  • Arthur Krim, "the 66th Anniversary of Route 66"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Dwayne Jones, "Camp Grande: The Beginnins of Private Tourist Camps?"
  • Dwayne Jones, "Sources & Resources: Tourist Court Journal"
  • Tania Werbizky, compiler, "How Many Tourist Camps and Courts Were There?" (1920-1953)
  • "Road Reports" - Pete Phillips, "Texas Drive-through Banking"; Katherine Hamilton-Smith, "No Documentation for Wisconsin Tourist Court"
  • Arthur Krim, "Howard Johnson's Lost & Found"
  • Book Reviews:
    • William Stage, Ghost Signs: Brick Walls in America
    • Virginia Scharff, Taking the Wheel: Women and the Coming of the Motor Age

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SCA Journal Vol 12:1 (Winter 1991-92)

SCA Journal Vol 12:1 (Winter 1991-92)

  • Dwayne Jones with Roni Morales, "Pig Stands: The Beginning of the Drive-In Restaurant"
  • Wm. Stage, "Neon Giant Sparkles Again" (Vess soda bottle, St. Louis, MO)
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • "NewsBriefs"
  • H. Lee David, "'92 LA Conference: Driving In & Out: Auto Mobility in Postwar America"
  • Robert Roscoe, "Jetsons Luxury: Cooper Theatre Faces Demolition"
  • Pete Phillips, "1991 SCA Annual Meeting Tours the 'Big D'"
  • Book Reviews:
    • Michael Wallis, Route 66: The Mother Road
    • Tom Snyder, The Route 66 Companion
    • Jan Jennings, ed., Roadside America

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SCA Journal Vol 11:4 (Summer-Fall 1991)

SCA Journal Vol 11:4 (Summer-Fall 1991)

  • Tania Werbizky, "Gates' Diner Saga"
  • Brian A. Butko, "Lincoln Highway Returns to the Spotlight"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • "Newsbriefs"
  • Pete Phillips, "1991 Annual Meeting and Tour of 'Big D'"
  • "Settlement Awarded in Case of Lost Coke Signs" (Boston, MA)
  • "Highway Reports" - Teri A. Cleeland, "Hull's Motel Inn: A Route 66 Story"; Pete Phillips, "Shamrock, Texas: Further Along Route 66"
  • Book Reviews:
    • James J. Fink, The Automobile Age
    • Albert D. Manchester, Trails Begin Where Rails End: Early-Day Motoring Adventures in the West and Southwest
    • Michael Vinson, Motoring Tourists and the Scenic West, 1903-1948

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SCA Journal Vol 11:3 (Winter 1990)

SCA Journal Vol 11:3 (Winter 1990)

  • Douglas Yorke, Jr., "Blazed Trails: Happy Motoring Across America the Beautiful: A History of the Oil Company Road Map"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • Diane Mulville-Friel and Craig E. Colten, "Gas Stations: Liability and Hazards of Historic Gas Stations"
  • "Newsbriefs"
  • Pete Phillips, "Highways to History: The Automobile Age" (Pittsburgh SCA Conference)
  • Pete Phillips, "Impressions of the Western Pennsylvania Tour" (Pittsburgh SCA Conference)
  • Jan Jennings, "President's Award for Initiative"
  • Jan Whitaker, "Giant Milk Bottle Saved in Western Massachusetts"
  • Arthur Krim, "Pre-War Motel Listings"
  • Book Reviews:
    • Will Anderson, New England Roadside Delights

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SCA Journal Vol 11:2 (Summer 1990)

SCA Journal Vol 11:2 (Summer 1990)

  • Rebecca Shiffer, "'Something New Under The Moon': Drive-In Movies For Motorists"
  • "Historic Drive-In Movie Marquee Saved by Historic Albany Foundation" (Mohawk Drive-In)
  • Philip Langdon, "Connecticut SCA Members Tour Bridgeport"
  • Ray Ott, "Commercial Archeology Sells for DuPont"
  • "Newsbriefs"
  • "Highway Reports" - Arthur Krim, "First Numbering of Route 66 Discovered In Missouri"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"

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SCA Journal Vol 11:1 (Spring 1990)

SCA Journal Vol 11:1 (Spring 1990)

  • Charles D. Olson, "Sign of the Star: Walter Dorwin Teague and the Texas Company"
  • "Gas Stations: Martin Oil Company" (Altoona, PA); "The Tower Service Station" (Shamrock, TX)
  • "Newsbriefs"
  • Larry Cultrera, "Diner Hotline"
  • "McDonald's In Cleveland"
  • Book Reviews:
    • Scott L. Bottles, Los Angeles and the Automobile: The Making of the Modern City
    • Richard Longstreth, The Buildings of Main Street: A Guide to American Commercial Architecture

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SCA Journal Vol 2:2 (July 1983)

 

SCA Journal Vol 2:2 (July 1983)

$1.00

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SCA Journal Vol 2:1 (May 1982)

 

SCA Journal Vol 2:1 (May 1982)

$1.00

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SCA Journal Vol 1:5 (July 1981)

 

SCA Journal Vol 1:5 (July 1981)

$1.00

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SCA Journal Vol 1:4 (Oct 1980)

 

SCA Journal Vol 1:4 (Oct 1980)

$1.00

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SCA Journal Vol 1:3 (November 1979)

 

SCA Journal Vol 1:3 (November 1979)

$1.00

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