(“Burger King – E. Colo. Spgs.” by Myron Wood, May 1972. Copyright Pikes Peak Library District. Image Number: 002-775.)

Woman wearing hair curlers leans on man wearing cowboy hat who is leaning on counter at Burger King. Menu is on wall behind counter, including “The Whopper”, “Yumbo” “Waler” and “Mini Whopper”. Waitress wearing uniform with apron and hat is in back.

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One Response to PPLD Historic Photo of the Day, 12/14/10: "Burger King – E. Colo. Spgs."

  1. tOkKa says:

    –>> ..you can see the little animated style “Burger King” on the upper right menu sign.

    At the time this photo was taken – the cartoon B.K. was on T.V. commercials for the restaurant aimed at kids.

    He still appears in-store on childrens’ promotions.

    ~ t

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