The Neon Museum Oral History Project

Many stories about our signs are known only to the people who were there. Eyewitness accounts offer unique context and insight unavailable from any other source. It is critical to record these recollections before they are lost. The Neon Museum Oral History Project preserves and makes available to the public personal narratives that increase our understanding of the Museum’s collection and the history of Las Vegas.

The Neon Museum oral history project is funded in part by Nevada Humanites and the National Endowment for the Humanities. 

Other oral histories that are available on request include: Fred Doumani  Sr, owner of La Concha and El Morocco, Denise Scott Brown, architect, Betty Willis, sign designer, Rudy Crisostomo, sign designer

 

OralHistoryProjectFunders

Oscar Gonzalez | Neon Bender

The Neon Museum Oral History Project
Oscar Gonzalez | Neon Bender

Jack Dubois | Designer

The Neon Museum Oral History Project
Jack Dubois | Designer

Ina Macias | Neon Bender

The Neon Museum Oral History Project
Ina Macias | Neon Bender

Kent Carmichael | Sign Man

The Neon Museum Oral History Project
Kent Carmichael | Sign Man

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