BWOPA at Rainbow Sign

A SEAT AT THE TABLE. Mary Widener chats with Glenn Kitzenberger during Rainbow Sign’s opening weekend in August 1971, in the conference room that would be BWOPA’s headquarters throughout the 1970s.

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