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|1401 Commerce Street|
Dallas TX United States
| - hotel|
| - highrise|
| - sign|
| - neo-classical|
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|Rooftop signage, the "Flying red horse"|
Architect: Alfred C. Bossom
- The "Flying red horse" is a symbol of Dallas, being the corparate logo to the Magnolia Petrolum Company which built the building. One of the tallest points in the skyline and a recognizible signature,it was an Icon. However,in 1977 when the company moved out,the sign was in disrepair,and in 1997 the sign was turned of.
- In 1999 it was completly rebuilt,and to commerate the turn of the centruy the Peguses was lit back up.
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Drawing by Mike K.
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