McDonald’s History

In October of 2004 I visted the museum at the site of the very first McDonald’s restaurant in San Bernadino CA.  This is the multimixer the ietm Ray Kroc used to sell to burger places. He sold this item to the McDonald brothers in 1954.

This is a 1950’s era McDonald’s potato press cutter it was used to make the famous fries.

One of the original straws from the McDonald’s Famous Bar-B-que circa 1940.

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Filed under antique, California, cooking, drive in, equipment, Main Street USA, museum

One response to “McDonald’s History

  1. Fun!! I still love McDonald’s. I still think they have the best fast-food french fries. Thanks!

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