In a world where the P-I globe is preserved and restored

The P-I globe is partially visible from Elliott Avenue along the waterfront; it was moved there in 1985. (Feliks Banel/KIRO Newsradio) An alternate view of the globe, looking to the south from the lower reaches of the edge of Queen Anne Hill. (Feliks Banel/KIRO Newsradio) The P-I's first neon sign was installed at Sixth & Pine in 1927; it now is stored at MOHAI and is considered the first neon sign in Seattle. (Feliks Banel/KIRO Newsradio) MOHAI's collection includes many iconic signs. (Feliks Banel/KIRO Newsradio) The P-I sign is in working order on one side of the two-sided sign. (MOHAI)
An illustration published in 1928 shows the original P-I neon sign jutting from the corner of the old P-I building on the southeast corner of Sixth & Pine in downtown Seattle. (Feliks Banel)
In a world where the P-I globe is preserved and restored