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Old Posted Mar 13, 2014, 2:43 AM
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Originally Posted by ethereal_reality View Post
There's a Van de Kamp survivor (although of a later era) at E. Huntington Drive & Santa Anita Avenue in Arcadia.

It has fared better than this one at 11012 Firestone Blvd. in Norwalk.

I believe these examples are by the architect Harold Bissner (he worked for Van de Kamp's in the 1960s)

Me and my buddy went to every single Norms in 2008(they have built 2 more and got rid of one since i moved out here to texas). Our goal was to go to each one,have a meal,take a photo and see how long it took us...(22 hrs non stop, Management found out about us and filmed a short commercial of us)Anyways we were driving one day and came across this one,it was a Norms Charbroil...we still took a picture of it (along with a Norm(a)s near the airport). So for the record the last thing that this was,was a Norms Charbroil.
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