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Doggie Diners

Doggie Diners were hot dog/hamburger stands in San Francisco in the '50s, known for their 7' high revolving fiberglass heads of a perky dachshund. Someone has apparently salvaged and repainted these three.
Melinda Koustousov shot this photo of them, mounted on a flatbed truck in the Mission district last weekend.


mike said...

These buildings are your Future Tudor architecture.They must be preserved!

gonebeyond said...

The Doggie Diner Head Restoration is the work of John Law, one of the fathers of the San Francisco Cacophony Society and a spiritual if not actual father of the Burning Man.

For many years, he created all of the neon in the Man's construction which went up in flames.


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