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Route 66 enthusiasts want a billboard and sign museum in Oklahoma

Route 66 enthusiasts are organizing to start a new museum in Bethany, Oklahoma, that will focus on billboards and signs from the historic highway.

BY ROBERT MEDLEY Modified: February 17, 2013 at 11:50 pm •  Published: February 18, 2013
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BETHANY — From Chicago to the Pacific Ocean, billboards and neon signs have lined historic Route 66 for decades.

Signs of the past are disappearing though, said Kathy Anderson, a Route 66 enthusiast and member of the Oklahoma Route 66 Association.

When Anderson travels...
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