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Offline Steve

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The original Pizza Hut building at Wichita State will be moved to WSU’s new Innovation Campus and turned into a museum dedicated to the history of the world-famous pizza chain.

Pizza Hut was founded in 1958 by brothers Frank and Dan Carney, students at what was then the University of Wichita.

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http://www.wichita.edu/thisis/stories/story.asp?si=3540

Offline nick57

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I bet the pizza was a lot better back then.

Offline Zing

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I remember back in the 70's that all the Pizza Huts in the Northeast were packed on Friday and Saturday nights with people dining in. I don't see any packed anymore. Many of the dine-in locations have since closed, or been converted to delivery and carry out locations, with just tables to eat the pizzas at that they give you in the cardboard box.

Of course, since they went to frozen crusts, I will never get a great Thin'N'Crispy pizza again. I also did not forget the dreadful Thin'N'Crispy pies I got from time to time due to the dough not up to spec.

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