Worcester Lunch Car Company Tag from Lamy's Diner, 1946

Summary

The Worcester (Massachusetts) Lunch Car Company began as a lunch wagon producer in 1906. By the mid-1920s they were manufacturing larger, fully outfitted diners and became one of New England's premier diner builders. This tag came as part of the Lamy's Diner donation when the diner was moved to The Henry Ford Museum in the 1980s.

The Worcester (Massachusetts) Lunch Car Company began as a lunch wagon producer in 1906. By the mid-1920s they were manufacturing larger, fully outfitted diners and became one of New England's premier diner builders. This tag came as part of the Lamy's Diner donation when the diner was moved to The Henry Ford Museum in the 1980s.

Artifact

Tag

Subject Date

1946

Collection Title

Edison Institute Records 

Driving America
 On Exhibit

at Henry Ford Museum in Driving America

Object ID

84.43.3

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford.

Material

Cardboard
Paper (Fiber product)

Color

Multicolored

Dimensions

Height: 3.188 in

Width: 6.438 in

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