Litchfield IL – House of Television

A few nice Network advertising images I found:

Litchfield IL – House of Television
Network advertising
Image by myoldpostcards
Back in the pre-Best Buy Days, television stores like this were commonplace in towns large and small. The former Vic’s House of Television is now a house of satellite dishes. Check out the "Hey Look" in the display window. That’s one way to get the attention of passing motorists! The wall-painted sign is advertising Zenith’s System 3, a television line manufactured from the late 1970s until the early 1990s. Zenith is today owned by South Korea’s LG Group.

Litchfield is a city in Montgomery County, and is located off exit 52 on I-55 about halfway between Springfield, Illinois and St. Louis, Missouri. The population of Litchfield was 6,815 at the 2000 Census. Historic U.S. Route 66 runs through the City.

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For more photos of Litchfield, check out my "Litchfield IL (Set)" on the right.

Interested in Central Illinois? Here are my collections and sets relating to the middle section of the Land of Lincoln:

Central Illinois (excluding Springfield)


Springfield and ONLY Springfield


All About Abe (Lincoln)


All Things Political

And for locations beyond Central Illinois, look here:

Beyond Cenral Illinois

Lastly, here are a few more "topical" sets that may be of interest to you:

Barbers & Barber Shops


Vintage Cars & Trucks – Junkers to Classic Collectibles


Everything Wheaten (as in Wheaten Terriers)


Small Town Churches


Things that are Abandoned, Neglected, Weathered, or Rusty

Thank you for visiting my photostream – myoldpostcards

DIVAZ LOUNGE
Network advertising
Image by rafeejewell
Second Life holiday parties was an incredible mix of trance, dnb, electronica, dark psy, goa, minimal, proggy, acid, experimental, industrial, noize, tribal, jazz, live music, country, blues, reggae, salsa, classical, opera, and Christmas music. I heard it all and then some.

I love music of all kinds. If it’s good, it’s worth listening to, so don’t start with the nose-up-in-the-air over your favorite genre. Believe me… good music will always find an audience. An audience of sophisticated listeners will stop to listen to any good sound… even if it isn’t part of your normal repertoire.

What is amazing is that dj’s and musicians around the world know this, and they borrow from all genres to create their own personal sounds.

Here in Second Life, we get the results from around the world. World music mixes with the trendy sounds of the day, and we get the sounds that we love so much.

I want to thank all the dj’s, musicians, club owners and event makers in SL. You guys made a holiday scene like no other. APPLAUSE & BRAVO ::::

Special thanks to you <3:

Dance Island
Organica
Divaz
Musik Hauz
DeRailed
Piranha
BassLine Island
Electro Smog
alt7
MMAC
GiveMeSpace
Underground Artists
Home
Club Neptune
Sphynx Jazz Club
Kromatic
8Wall’s Place
United Beats
Odessa
ArtHole
Steam Punk Airship
Electro Violence
Ibiza the Island
Rancho Brasil
The Laundry
Phatland
Asagao Treasures
Seat
DC-10
Casablanca Hotel
R.A.R.E.
Club Enigma
Jade’s Jazz Island
Instyle Fashion Agency
Grafton Mall
S&S Gallery
2nd Zone

… and kisses to ::
Xavier
Aosh
Ronnie
Stig
Mackenzie
Lou
Leo
Professor
Grease
Hallow
Jas
Nos
Thomm
Finny
Renanyoy
Daemon
Donna
Deirdre
IPR365
Pan
Arora
8Wall
Space
Qee
Shad
Healer
Queen
Digi
Stefan
Jen
Max
Xavier
Zod
Tina
Melt
WET
Sully
Sylvain
Alb
Web

Without you guys, the party scene would be dull indeed!
<3 <3 <3
2009… here we goooooo!