Black background with a white diamond with red trim. Inside the diamond is black text.
Salisbury, North Carolina, is the county seat of Rowan County. Like cities and towns across America, it had local boosters to give it a slogan and promote it as, “the town with a future,” “a nice place to raise a family,” and similar. In 1913, the Salisbury Industrial Club decided that “Salisbury’s the Place” and took out newspaper ads to that effect. They even got a 19’ x 34’ sign built in the shape of a diamond that said “Salisbury’s the Place” in flashing lights.
20 Jun 1913, Page 4 - Salisbury Evening Post at Newspapers.com. Retrieved from https://www.newspapers.com/image/80506053/?terms=%22salisbury%27s%20the%....
(1914, August 8). A Small City’s Electric Slogan Sign. Electrical World, 64(6), p. 283. Retrieved from Google Books