Located at Elder and Hamer Sts. in Over-the-Rhine, I guess this “private parking” sign is technically still in use, so not actually a ghost sign. Still, the wear and patina put it squarely in the category of ghost signage found in my historic Cincinnati neighborhood.
What is it about peeling paint on brick that makes it so beautiful?
At the top of this building, a very faded ghost sign that proclaims “sumfin-sumfin Savings Bank & Trust.” Anyone know the name of this bank? Was it located in the front of this building on Vine St., or was this an ad for the bank elsewhere in the area?