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Second Helping: 1942

Second Helping: 1942

May 1942. "Southington, Conn. Monty's Diner." It's these guys, and they're back. (Actually, their front.) Photo by Fenno Jacobs for the OWI. View full size.

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Blue Star Mothers

Looks like the lower star in the middle row is already a gold star; so early in the war. I wonder if the stars are just for the sons/daughters who work at the diner.

Steamed Hamburger

Steamed Hamburgers/Cheeseburgers are still very popular in this part of Southern New England. They taste great too.

Er Removal

You can get a grilled Frankfurt or a grilled or steamed hamburg?

Er, what is their problem?

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