Vintage Postcard - Indian Village Trading Post - Tucson, Arizona - Neon Hoop Dancer Sign by Electrical Products Corp.
Back of postcard reads:
INDIAN VILLAGE TRADING POST
72 East Congress, Tucson, Arizona
The Southwest's largest Indian store... Featuring Chief Grey-Squirrel performing his celebrated ritual sand paintings. Authentic Indian dances in full costume. See our Rug Weaver, Moccasin Maker and Silversmith at work.
Color by Stan Davis.
Published by Petley Studios.
Don't go looking for this shop. About the building is all that's left. Thankfully, the incredible neon hoop dancer sign still exists in a private collection. The sign was the work of Electrical Products Corp. It dates to 1958, and used to spin.