Magnolia Petroleum Company Building
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Magnolia Petroleum Company Building information
The red neon Pegasus became a symbol of Dallas when it first flew atop this building in 1934. It disappeared for decades before re-emerging atop the newly renovated building, now a hotel, in 1999.