• 1. Route 44, New York

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  • 2. Bowman County, North Dakota

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  • 3. Brunswick, Pennsylvania

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  • 4. San Francisco Bay, California

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  • 5. Detroit, Michigan

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  • 6. West Milton, Ohio

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  • 7. North Kingsville, Ohio

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  • 8. Santa Rosa, California

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  • 9. Hyde Park, New York

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  • 10. Largo, Florida

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  • 11. Tulsa, Oklahoma

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  • 12. Akron, Ohio

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  • 13. Sacramento, California

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  • 14. Hammond, Indiana

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  • 15. Peoria, Illinois

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  • 16. Whittier, California

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  • 17. Council Bluffs, Iowa

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  • 18.

    The All-Star Bowling Alley was the site of the Orangeburg massacre in 1968, an event that occured after black students began to protest the segregated bowling alley. Source.

  • 19. Des Plaines, Illinois

    Sim’s Bowl & Lounge closed after 55 years in business. The Des Plaines city council voted against buying the building as they felt it was too expensive to fix. The property will most likely sit vacant along with the 100 year old cleaners business next door. Source.

  • 20. Chicago, Illinois

    In its prime, leagues could play at any hour of the day and night. Source.

  • 21. Norfolk, Virginia

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  • 22. Seattle, Washington

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  • 23. Pittsburgh, Pennslyvania

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  • 24. Galesberg, Illinois

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  • 25. Wells Bridge, New York

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  • 26. Blandinsville, Indiana

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  • 27. Chelmsford, Massachusetts

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  • 28. Park Side, New York

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  • 29. Greenwood, South Carolina

    This sign has since been torn down. Source.

  • 30. Mesquite, Texas

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  • 31. Portland, Oregon

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  • 32. Columbus, Ohio

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  • 33. Golden Valley, Minnesota

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  • 34. Providence, Rhode Island

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  • 35. Norwich, Connecticut

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  • 36. Perry, Iowa

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  • 37. Ogden, Utah

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  • 38. Honolulu, Hawaii

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  • 39. Denham, Lousiana

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  • 40. Gary, Indiana

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