Zoom Slide Presentation on Diners in conjunction with The Society for Commercial Archeology

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1ST @ 7:00PM EDT

Larry Cultrera
From Lunch Carts to Mega-Restaurants:
The Evolution of the American Diner

Starting with the shooting of one fateful photograph of a diner on November 29, 1980, Larry Cultrera has logged thousands of miles and shot thousands of diner photographs in the last 41 plus years. He considers himself an archivist/photographer of the American Roadside, specializing in documenting the American Diner through his photographs. In October of 2007, he started writing the Diner Hotline Weblog which is a continuation of a column he penned for the SCA’s Journal Magazine for over 18 years previously.

Join Larry, who has photographed and kept a running log of just under 900 of these truly unique American restaurants, as he covers the various styles and designs that diners have had through history.

The SCA will make registration available to followers of the Diner Hotline Blog at no charge. To view this you will need to register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/from-lunch-carts-to-mega-restaurants-the-evolution-of-the-american-diner-registration-320399021097

The SCA since its inception in 1977, is an all-volunteer membership organization that celebrates the living history of America’s roadside.

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