This is an interior view of the restaurant located in the Greyhound Post House and bus station in Mackinaw City, Michigan.
This carefully staged photograph shows the typical accoutrements of a table at a mid-1940s diner: the napkin dispenser, salt and pepper shakers, and a sugar dispenser. These are curiously all clustered carefully in one corner of each table, where in normal use they usually found their way to the center.
The slider shelf on the left hand counter indicates this was a cafeteria style service system. There is a small souvenir counter in the back, and a juke box on the right of the fireplace.
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