My father took this picture a couple of years ago, and it shows one of the many ghost sign walls that El Paso has to offer. It is a symbol of how just like those painted billboards that date back to the Great Depression, they have survived after years of rain and sunshine; El Pasoans have survived because of their rich history.
Homage to the Sun City
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