Drug store. One of two similar pharmacy designs. 1948. Invented by M. Mendell Booviin.
Why couldn't I have been born a Centaur? This unfortunate design affixes a man's head and arms to an orange in the hope of selling juice. 1928. Invented by Peter E. Ryerson.
Do-nut dinette. Diner or similar article. 1948. Invented by Allen M. Berryhill.
Another architectural design that doesn't know when to stop. We get the point, you sell donuts. 1938. Invented by Ernest J. B. La Lumiere.
A vendor stand in the shape of a morbidly obese dog. 1930. Invented by Charles S. Hall.
A building of dirigible aircraft design. Hold tight as you step aboard, for the reputation of this establishment is not inflated. 1931. Invented by Nickolas G. Lagios.
Building front for a diner. 1938. Invented by Russell P. Freeman.
Art deco styling for a gas station. 1933. Invented by Solis D. Kaplan.
A googie dairy bar design. 1957. Invented by Clarence S. Shank.