PHOTOS: Siouxland Ghost Signs Jul 27, 2019 Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save See long-ago advertising signs painted on buildings that are part of Sioux City history. Pelletier's Pelletier's mural on West 7th Street in Sioux City is shown in 2014. Jim Lee, Sioux City Journal Sporting goods Advertising for an old sporting goods store is shown on the side of Chicago Tire on Wesley Parkway in Sioux City in 2017. Tim Hynds, Sioux City Journal Wigman Company Advertising for the Wigman Company is shown on the company's Perry Street building in Sioux City in 2017. Tim Hynds, Sioux City Journal Bekins A mural advertises Bekins, a moving and storage business that opened in 1891, on a Wesley Parkway building in Sioux City. Jim Lee, Sioux City Journal Pelletier A ghost ad for Pelletier Department Store fills the side of a building on West Seventh Street in Sioux City. The city has a handful of so-called ghost murals -- faded ads for long-lost businesses and extinct services. Jim Lee, Sioux City Journal Hotel West Hotel West mural on Pearl Street in Sioux City. Jim Lee, Sioux City Journal Tackaberry and Robb-Ross Wm Tackaberry and Robb-Ross Co. mural in Sioux City in 2014. Jim Lee, Sioux City Journal Bekins Bekins mural on State Steele building on Court Street in Sioux City in 2014. Jim Lee, Sioux City Journal Tags Sweeps Ghost Murals Sioux City Advertising History Evergreen More information Photos: Historic Siouxland blizzardsHistory photos: Baseball in Sioux CityPhotos: Lower Fourth StreetDIY Halloween makeup guidePhotos: Christmas photos from the archivesPHOTOS: Sioux City railroad history, from 1868 to todayPhotos: New Sioux City muralDowntown Sioux City manufacturing plant named to National Register of Historic places Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save Load comments Recommended More Latest Local Offers J.C. Roofing & Insulating Sioux City's Roofing Specialists Marx Truck & Trailer Sales Storage Trailers Thorpe & Co. Jewellers Trend Alert: It's Time to Layer!