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1. Behind Kansas City's Brand Names: A Look at Four Local Firms That Have Outgrown Their Origins and Become Behind Kansas City's Brand Names: A Look at Four Local Firms That Have Outgrown Their Origins and Become Local Institutions August//1981 History of the Winstead's restaurant chain, the first in Kansas City built in 1940 at 47th and Main Streets on the Country Club Plaza, featuring its "steakburger" invented by Nelle Winstead in Illinois...

2. Biography of Kathryn Winstead (1893-1967) and Nelle Winstead Montgomery (circa 1898-1990), Founders Biography of Kathryn Winstead (1893-1967) and Nelle Winstead Montgomery (circa 1898-1990), Founders of Winstead's Restaurant 2008

3. City Window: A City Trembles as Winstead's Changes Hands Again City Window: A City Trembles as Winstead's Changes Hands Again November//1981 Article about the sale of Winstead's Drive-In restaurant chain to Nabil Haddad, a former McDonald's employee and "the man who introduced the hamburger to the nation of Iraq, the 'Fertile Crescent' of Civilization'"...

4. Friends & Neighbors: "The Best Hamburger in the World" Friends & Neighbors: "The Best Hamburger in the World" September//1990 Article about the history and preservation of Kansas City's first drive-in, Winstead's restaurant at Brush Creek on the Plaza, built in 1940 in Art Deco style.

5. Kansas City Crossroads: Order Up Curbside Service Kansas City Crossroads: Order Up Curbside Service August 2001 Photo and article about the "cultural phenomenon" sweeping Kansas City in the early 1940s as "the crossroads of hamburgers, heavy cars and curbside service at places such as Mugs Up, Sydneys [Sidney's?]...

6. Kansas City Tips Kansas City Tips June/15/1957 Tips on places to eat in Kansas City, mainly fine restaurants, along with some information on the city as a food distributing center.

7. Miracle Man Miracle Man August//1990 Photos and biographical article about Nabil Haddad, "owner of a $20 million restaurant company and guardian of a sacred Kansas City institution: Winstead's steakburger." Description of his life and career,...

8. President of King Louie Dies President of King Louie Dies January/22/1974 Photo and obituary for Victor Lerner, 54-year-old "president and cofounder of King Louie International, Inc." bowling alleys. Description of his life and career as a native of Poland emigrating to Kansas...

9. Steakburger Nostalgia Steakburger Nostalgia October/21-27/1999 Review of Winstead's.

10. Winstead's Tastes Good, Like a Hamburger Should Winstead's Tastes Good, Like a Hamburger Should April//1975 Illustrations and article (excerpted from Calvin Trillin's book "American Fried") about Winstead's Drive-In hamburger restaurant in Kansas City and its relation to Kansas City culture and role as a breadbasket...

11. Winsteads Winsteads 1989 Full frontal and side view; located at 47th and Walnut

12. Winsteads Winsteads 1989 Full frontal and side view.