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History: Mystery food

With a new town comes a need to feed visitors and locals alike. Around the beginning of Snowmass Village, a food vendor called and possibly run by “Brad” provided lunch fare, which was served, according to the sign, with butter and could have cranberry, cheese and tomato as added options, among other items. The exact location, owner and people pictured are unknown. Help us identify this fun image taken circa 1967 by Joan Lane.

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