Burgers Anyone?

This hamburger stand, The Burger Bandit, was located at 4050 W. 4700 S.  On the day these pictures were taken in 1971, the photographer not only captured this red and white striped building, but what are presumably some hungry customers waiting for their burgers.


Source: This image was discovered recently while processing a large collection of photographs carefully gathered by Salt Lake County Planning and Development and sent to the Archives.  The collection contains images of residential and commercial buildings from the 1950s-2000s. 

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3 Responses to Burgers Anyone?

  1. slcoarchives says:

    Thank you for the comment, Dawna. We are working on having additional records digitized and available on our website.

  2. Scorpy2 says:

    Thanks, sure do remember, around the corner, my Daughter worked their, teen ager…perhaps more data across street South side, Hamburger stand, Hire’? if I recall right.Hope all is well, sure do miss Terry, like the rest of us, Older some yester years gone by… Still deep happy memories, State Archive.. Scorpy

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