Streetcar Diner interior


Streetcar Diner interior


Black and white image of three people sitting inside a dining car that has been transformed into a diner. One man dressed casually sits at the counter with a cup of coffee, while a woman sits at the end of the counter. Another man in white clothing stands behind her. A menu board advertises Pepsi-Cola, and other packaged pastries are scattered on the counters. A large sign at the back of the diner shows a girl with a tray of soda bottles advertises Coca-cola, while a small 7up advertisement hangs just in front of it. This image was part of the H. E. McMullen bequest. Herbert McMullen was a local photographer who also collected other photographs and images of daily life in the area.

Date Created

circa 1940s-1950s


gelatin silver negatives




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