The Evolution of the American DinerMain MenuThe Original Lunch WagonsWhere the American Diner found its audience and purpose.T. H. Buckley- Come Get Your American DreamFinding success in a new business.The Transition from Horse-Drawn to StationaryWhy Lunch Wagons found themselves abandoning the horse.The Classic American EntrepreneurshipThe appeal of owning a lunch wagon to working-class Americans.The Masters of the Booming Lunch Car IndustryAppealing to the customersThe effort to appeal to a wider customer base.Decline of the American DinerCultural Relics of the Twenty-First CenturyMedia GalleryMedia Used and Collected in the Making of this ProjectCreditsSources Used in ResearchCassidy Nemickcf80a2fbfbf26cc0303a79834a26a4cb79a11a9b
The name "Lunch Wagon No.9" indicates this lunch wagon might have been part of a chain, or prefabricated and purchased.
12016-10-28T16:38:53-07:00Cassidy Nemickcf80a2fbfbf26cc0303a79834a26a4cb79a11a9bLunch Wagon No. 9 1908 Herald Square, New York1Photo of Herald Square, New York from 1908 featuring a Lunch Wagon. Photo by Shorpy Higginbothom via http://midtownlunch.com/2011/02/23/people-complained-about-food-trucks-in-1907-too/media/lunchwagonno5byshorpyhigginbotham.jpgplain2016-10-28T16:38:53-07:00Picasa20140602105037-0400Cassidy Nemickcf80a2fbfbf26cc0303a79834a26a4cb79a11a9b