Built in 1904 (by David Jacks, the man that Monterey Jack cheese is named after, but that’s an entirely [Read More]
This site documents the disappearing vintage signage of San Jose, California, captured through Urban Sketches. Know of a sign I haven’t sketched yet? Or a story connected to a sign? I’d love to hear from you. Use the contact page and get in touch.
The Mexico Theater in San Jose probably holds the record for the most confusing history of a local theater. It [Read More]
Built in 1950 by Richard Borg and designed by Alexander Cantin, this theater was one of many theaters in San Jose [Read More]
Towne Theater now stands where Hester theater once stood. And the Hester was the first neighborhood theater in San [Read More]
The residents of San Jose certainly loved their theaters. They had large theaters in downtown San Jose, as well as [Read More]
You might have passed this sign for the City Center Hotel in San Jose. While it might not look like much today, [Read More]