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A reader writes:

Your post on ghost signs reminded me of a phenomenon I've seen in older cities where side-by-side houses are torn down and leave an imprint. For example, here's a ghost house in Bay Village in Boston.

Another writes:

The best ghost sign of all time is the "Vote Against Prohibition" sign in the Fell's Point neighborhood of Baltimore.

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