(MENU) Grand Pacific Hotel 1882

(MENU) Grand Pacific Hotel 1882

250.00

35 x 7.5 cm. Charming tri-fold card stock menu. Sunday, June 25, 1882. The city of Moorhead, located next to the Red River, served as a transfer point for goods and passengers between the Twin Cities and Winnipeg. Originally a destination for the riverboat crowd, The Northern Pacific Railroad brought travelers to the area who were partial to first-rate dining. Menu highlights: Mock Turtle Soup, Broiled Shad, Fresh Lobster, German Plum Pudding with Brandy Sauce, Italian Ice Cream, and Rum Jelly. Edges all gilt, architectural illustration on flap. Crisp and clean. Orig. cream card stock. Near fine. 

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