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From 1955 to 1961, the bags featured a mascot holding signs that read "custom built hamburgers" and "I'm speedier." The company got rid of the mascot in 1961 and opted for a much simpler design on its bags.
The packaging featured an early version of what we know today as the Golden Arches.
Cyr, and Gypsy Rose Lee were all were showcased at Boston's Old Howard Theater on November 25, 1953.
(AP Photo) American burlesque performer and author Gypsy Rose Lee (born Rose Louise Hovick) (1911-1970) laughs during an appearance on the TV show "Person to Person," on February 6, 1957.
The burger chain is among the nation's oldest fast-food companies still in existence, and its packaging has changed drastically through the years.
With help from Mc Donald's, we've compiled images of the chain's takeout bags dating back to the 1950s.
June was born in the Liverpool suburb of Mossley Hill in 1924 and went on to model clothes for all the major couture houses in London and Paris.
Below is a short, but effortlessly stunning look into a decade of body love on stage. Cyr pulls on stockings during a rehearsal of her interpretive dance for the three-dimensional short film "Carmenesque" on January 23, 1953 in Los Angeles. Bosworth) Members of a civic group opposed to burlesque shows picket the Reade Paramount Theater on June 28, 1953 in Long Branch, N.
J., to protest the opening of the theater for burlesque entertainment. (AP Photo) Left to Right in this split photo, actresses and burlesque entertainers Margie Hart, Lili St.
The era of Prohibition took a toll on the burlesque industry, as teetotaling politicians and authority figures took issue with both the performers and club owners that made burlesque possible.
Thankfully, the genre bit back in the 1950s, as women like Sally Rand, Gypsy Rose Lee, Tempest Storm, Lili St.