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1963 - SW 104 Street looking west from US1

1963 - SW 104 Street looking west from US1

SW 104 Street and US1, Miami, Florida

This shot was taken in conjunction with zoning approval for a Hot Shoppes at the intersection of SW 104th Street.

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Tea bethel 26-Mar-2014 20:54
Hey guys does anybody remember the old black angus crew that worked for Mr Paul Silvers I'm Tea I was the meat cutter , I remember Mr Tom Vaughn the cook , I remember Mrs Grace the bar maid , The old lady Mrs Marion was a waitress , Ms Glee , manager Mr Sy , and who don,t remember Mr Bob Armatiich bus boy Steve Robert, Walter the waiter who had all the fast cars and motor cycles , the book keeper Mrs Ema Cubic
guest 25-Mar-2014 22:02

I worked in the Candy Dept of Jeffersons and ate lunch at the Black Angus in the mid 60's. Also went on dinner dates at Black Angus. They had a Banana Daiquiri and another sweet fruity drink that would sneak up on you..LOL
Guest 18-May-2011 13:09
Goodness...that looks like my mom's car (a lovely shade of green)!! We used to go to Uncle John's pancake Christmas, I got electric curlers for my hair...except while trying to curl my hair before we went out for pancakes, got a curler stuck in my long hair..had to go to pancake house with one roller still stuck in my hair (took hours later on to get it untangled)...Lindy Killian '73
Guest 11-May-2008 06:43
This intersection now sees the Winn-Dixie supermarket, the Super K-Mart, and - where Black Angus and Fuddruckers used to be - Amos Sports Grille (it reopened with that name in March of 2007).
Guest 07-May-2008 00:38
Is thisjust south of A! Fargo Mayflower NOw Atlas moving?
Steve 19-Mar-2008 02:52
This was definitely the location of Black Angus and Jefferson's followed by Kmart and Fuddruckers and now a Fuddrucker's clone. Builder's Square was at 136 St. until the late 90s.
Tony C. 07-Mar-2008 21:49
I could be wrong but the Builder's Square was actually where the Zayre's was and the Home Depot is now at 136 Street and US1. The building in the center left is in fact what was most recently Fuddrucker's and was Black Angus for many years. Here the building is under construction.
Guest 28-Jan-2008 06:52
Across the Highway on the south side of S.W. 104th street was an Uncle John's Pancake House. We used to go there to eat breakfast about twice a month. One Sunday morning in about 1962 or '63 we were there eating when they came over the intercom & said that a 1959 black Buick was on fire in the parking lot. It was OUR CAR ! !

The car was saved but I STILL remember that to this day. And I'm 51 !


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Curt 25-Jan-2008 19:02
Later on this same site there was a Builders square that went into the old Jefferson site. Then a Kmart. Out where the Black Angus used to they built a Fudruckers Hamburger Restaurant. My Grand Parents used to take me to the Black Angus on a regulr basis. Great Steaks.
Guest 02-Jul-2007 01:55
In the latter part of the sixties there sat a Kwik Chek, Jefferson department store, and a Black Angus restaurant.
I have the memories but unfortunately no pics.
-Sven Bystrom