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Nov 10, 2021

[Answer] What was America's first major fast-food chain?

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...In 1921, Bill Ingram opened an unassuming hamburger shop in Wichita, Kansas, in a castle-like building inspired by Chicago’s Water Tower structure. The establishment, White Castle, went on to spur America’s first major fast-food chain. The following year, a second location opened, and by 1924, the chain had expanded to neighboring Missouri.




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White Castle:


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