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Billy Crosby: Creator and Keeper of Signs


There would be no Concord Sign Museum without Billy Crosby, who has been assembling this collection for decades (no exaggeration). Concord would not be Concord without Billy, whose creativity, flare, and workshop here on Bradford Street are responsible for the vast majority of signs that adorn properties across town. And his impact goes beyond signs. He has created identities and logos for countless local businesses, including the Wheelhouse, ArtScape, and the Bradford Mill.

Billy's vast knowledge of the people and organizations behind them is sprinkled throughout the blogs that follow in the form of short videos. Enjoy browsing through the selection and please share your insights. The aspiration of this blog is to assemble the commercial history of Concord.


It has been a real pleasure collaborating with Billy on this endeavor!

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John Boynton
John Boynton
Sep 15, 2021

Bill talks about Charlie Mogan, the Crosby of the 1950s and 60s whose work has inspired Billy.


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Hi Billy! Love the history of Concord, the origin of the signs and hearing your stories. Great idea sharing your knowledge. Best of luck with the Museum.

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John Boynton
John Boynton
Sep 15, 2021

Billy tells the story of a treasure we hope to one day have on display.



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