Don't Swear Before The Ladies 1950s Diner Sign
The American diner has always held a special place in the nation’s heart and this humorous sign was hung in many diners across the United States.
Don’t Swear Before The Ladies Let Them Swear First was a reference to the number of women who stayed in the workforce after WWII and breached the previously all-male atmosphere of diner counters.
As factories moved to the suburbs, diners became family-friendly establishments.
However, with the introduction of fast food chains, few are left today.
Courtesy Private Collection.
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