1960s instructional photos teach fast-food workers how (and how not) to dress for success

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An example of how not to dress on the job.

Image: Chattanooga History Center/Continental Film Collections/Picnooga

An example of good workplace presentation.

Image: Chattanooga History Center/Continental Film Collections/Picnooga

These images from the Chattanooga History Center were produced as training materials for new hires at Krystal restaurants, a fast-food franchise founded in Chattanooga, Tennessee in 1932.

With a menu centering around the bite-sized Krystal burger, the restaurant aimed to provide fast and courteous service to customers in a hurry.

Along with an orientational training film, these photos were shot as examples for employees of how and how not to present themselves behind the counter. Read more…

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