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Random Amazing Early Photos of The World's Most Iconic Companies

    First Wendy's Location in Columbus, OH, 1969

    First Wendy's Location in Columbus, OH, 1969

    [ranking: 8]

    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Actors With Studio Head Louis B. Mayer, 1943

    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Actors With Studio Head Louis B. Mayer, 1943

    [ranking: 27]

    The Raffel Brothers in Front of the First Arby's Youngstown, OH, 1964

    The Raffel Brothers in Front of the First Arby's Youngstown, OH, 1964

    [ranking: 14]

    Starbucks' Founders at Its First Location, 1971

    Starbucks' Founders at Its First Location, 1971

    [ranking: 23]

    J.C. Penney in Kemmerer, WY, 1902

    J.C. Penney in Kemmerer, WY, 1902

    [ranking: 6]

    Wal-Mart (Walton's), Rogers, AR, 1962

    Wal-Mart (Walton's), Rogers, AR, 1962

    [ranking: 13]

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Many of the most respected companies in the world started off from humble beginnings; Whole Foods co-founders John Mackey and Rene Lawson lived in their storeroom for a time after being kicked out of their apartment, while Mark Zuckerberg famously conceived of Facebook in Harvard campus housing. Whether or not you know the stories behind some of the most successful companies in the U.S. and the world, you probably haven't seen the pictures.

Some of these pictures of famous companies highlight a moment of significant achievement or development (Sound of Music's post-tornado "Best Buy" sale that would eventually re-brand the electronics retailer) while others are snapshots of a company's first day of business as a legitimate entity (the day Google moved out of Susan Wojcicki's Menlo Park and into a real office space). All said and done, the photos of iconic companies in their early days list should give you a rare peek into the beginnings of big businesses. 

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