The Green Apple Pie shop was a popular eating place in downtown Seattle, Washington, and sold all kinds of pies by the slice. The menu states the one millionth pie was baked on August 24, 1937 and in 1946 they were well on their way to the two millionth. This menu cover is bold, colorful and perfectly describes what this diner was famous for.
Courtesy Lou Greenstein
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