Reader Edwin Seymour sent us some of photos of Reddy Kilowatt as an Electric Cowboy, as well as a link to a related article about a large Reddy Kilowatt wall mural painted by artist Stefan Kramar for the Amarillo, Texas Xcel office. Thanks, Edwin!
Over half a century, the soles of thousands of shoes left their mark on one of the remaining relics of a once booming energy and electric Municipal District of Bighorn community. Even after all the years of dirt smudged stains and icy snow clumps being dragged over it, and anything else the bottom of a […]
Damn! A good man named Mike Lawson has shared not just the existence of a massive, illuminated Reddy sign, but a time-lapse of it being brought back to life. In his words: Hello Bill, Attached are some pictures of the completed sign. Below is a link to a time lapse presentation of us installing the […]
Here are some items sent in by reddykilowatt.org readers. Thanks! First, a great certificate from 1949 for “Proficiency in coloring” from the Reddy Kilowatt Club. Victoria Sabbato was six years old and in kindergarten at Sierra Seville School in Fontana, California when she received this. Second, here’s a cooking chart provided by the Ohio Edison […]
Without Reddy Kilowatt there’d be no holiday lights. Here’s another view:
Here’s a 1945 issue of Connecticut Light News ’45 for sale with some Thanksgiving Reddy Kilowatt action in it. Happy Thanksgiving, America! And if you’re crazy enough to go shopping tomorrow, try buying local!
I had no idea so much vintage Reddy memorabilia is available on Etsy.
I hadn’t seen anything like this until alert reader Richard Johnson sent in these excellent photos of Reddy on a military patch. This is what he told me about the item: Reddy Kilowatt, the renowned corporate mascot of the Alabama Power Company has been around for almost a century. This very rare patch was used […]