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Had a better Big Mac before the Big Mac existed! Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie

Had a better Big Mac before the Big Mac existed! Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie

"The Mods".  In the sixties these images were hanging up in our basement rec room. sjm

"The Mods". In the sixties these images were hanging up in our basement rec room. sjm

Curtis Creek Furnace Glen Burnie, Anne Arundel County MD 2 (northbound), 0.1 mile north of Furnace Branch Road

Curtis Creek Furnace Glen Burnie, Anne Arundel County MD 2 (northbound), 0.1 mile north of Furnace Branch Road

1958. "Harundale Mall, Glen Burnie, Maryland. Interior view." The first enclosed shopping center on the East Coast.

1958. "Harundale Mall, Glen Burnie, Maryland. Interior view." The first enclosed shopping center on the East Coast.

I loved this book and the illustrations when I was a kid! Homer had to eat lots of donuts to find the rich lady's bracelet.

I loved this book and the illustrations when I was a kid! Homer had to eat lots of donuts to find the rich lady's bracelet.

Little Tavern hamburgers Glen Burnie Maryland. I remember when they were only 10c

Little Tavern hamburgers Glen Burnie Maryland. I remember when they were only 10c

Newspaper Ad for: The Beatles’ - Sept. 13, 1964 Baltimore, Md. concert, at the Civic Center. Interesting prices at $2.50 to $3.75!! {cwl}

Newspaper Ad for: The Beatles’ - Sept. 13, 1964 Baltimore, Md. concert, at the Civic Center. Interesting prices at $2.50 to $3.75!! {cwl}

Ann's Dari Creme, Glen Burnie, Maryland

Ann's Dari Creme, Glen Burnie, Maryland

Founded by Colts great Gino Marchetti, Gino's was Baltimore's premier fast-food chain for much of the 1960s and 1970s; McDonald's was strictly a second choice. The last of the original restaurants closed in 1991, but happily, since August 2011, a new generation of Gino Giant hamburgers is being served at the revived chain, with restaurants in Towson, Glen Burnie and elsewhere.

Quintessential Old Baltimore

Founded by Colts great Gino Marchetti, Gino's was Baltimore's premier fast-food chain for much of the 1960s and 1970s; McDonald's was strictly a second choice. The last of the original restaurants closed in 1991, but happily, since August 2011, a new generation of Gino Giant hamburgers is being served at the revived chain, with restaurants in Towson, Glen Burnie and elsewhere.

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