McDonalds`s 1954

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    natedog

    nuke it from orbit. it’s the only way to be sure

    hufnmouth

    Is that the one in Downey,CA? It’s still there.

    jediadept

    I remember when they all looked this.
    9 million sold. lol

    BowToMe

    Haha, cute isn’t it.

    Deleted_User

    ray kroc is a son of a bitch.

    multi_masked

    What a McKroc of shit!

    the.kenzo

    There’s one like that in Las Vegas too.

    stpgod

    I seem to recall one in Biloxi Mississippi just outside Keesler AFB…looks just like it

    nyoki

    9 Million in 1954? That’s just scary.

    Kurtt

    There’s one in Aurora Colorado as well. Hmm.. well almost looks like that, it’s been updated a little bit externally.

    Doc Shadow

    Another similar one in Montrose, Colorado to add to the list.

    mikoyangurevich15

    They charged 5 cents a burger back then.Just about what it costs to make them now.

    JamesTuskGeorge

    Where did it go wrong? How does a local diner end up killing hundreds of children in work camps, enslaving tens of thousands more adults who know nothing more, and selling shitty processed crap to millions more who are probably going to die from heart failure before they reach 60?

    MacDonalds were everything that was good, now I agree with Natedog, and not in any kind of sarcastic way.

    justonemango

    I’ll take a burger for fifteen cents

    CopperHail

    Looks like the one from my hometown in Des Plaines, IL. And im gonna say this picture was taken a little later then 1954 considering the fact the first corporate McDonald’s didnt open up till 1955!! Kinda sad to say my town was the first to get invested by this plague of restaurants they call the golden arch’s!

    www.aboutmcdonalds.com/mcd/media_center/image_gallery/historical/first_corporate_restaurant.html?DCSext.destination=http://www.aboutmcdonalds.com/mcd/media_center/image_gallery/historical/first_corporate_restaurant.html

    www.aboutmcdonalds.com/mcd/our_company/museums/first_store_museum.html?DCSext.destination=http://www.aboutmcdonalds.com/mcd/our_company/museums/first_store_museum.html

    HarkenLaser

    Looks like the one in Downey. Which is the oldest operating McDonalds in the country.