This photograph of Miller Bros. Super Service Station shows that the brothers were firm believers in the use of signage. This image taken circa 1934 contains well over thirty individual signs with the largest one painted on the end of the building on the far-right counted as one. That large sign was even captured earlier in 1930 by famous photographer Walker Evans when gasoline was then selling for eighteen cents a gallon.
The Station was located in York, PA, and the main products the brothers sold were Richfield “The Gasoline of Power” fuel and lubricants refined by the Company that was based in Los Angeles, CA, and Miller Tires produced in Akron, Ohio. Tell us what you find of interest in this photo. View over two hundred other vintage gasoline stations here in earlier posts. The photo is courtesy of Jeremy Gilmore and via Petroliana.