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Hancock House ... Friday June 17th, 1853. Bill of fare ... J. H. & F. F. Farwell, printers 3 & 5 State Street.

Hancock House ... Friday June 17th, 1853. Bill of fare ... J. H. & F. ...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 61, Folder 19.

Bill of fare Mrs. S. L. Skilton's eating house. No. 6. Lindall Street Boston. [1860].

Bill of fare Mrs. S. L. Skilton's eating house. No. 6. Lindall Street ...

Handwritten on verso: 1860. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 66, Folder 41.

Meny för Östra Stambanan, Norrköping - Katrineholms festmiddag.

Meny för Östra Stambanan, Norrköping - Katrineholms festmiddag.

Meny för Östra Stambanan, Norrköping - Katrineholms festmiddag.

Meny, invigningsmiddag

Meny, invigningsmiddag

Meny, invigningsmiddag

Réunion annuelle des collaborateurs de "La Nature," premier diner offert a M. Gaston Tissandier sous la Présidence de M. Cailletet, membre de l'Institut ... / Poyet.

Réunion annuelle des collaborateurs de "La Nature," premier diner offe...

Illustrated menu for a dinner held in honor of Gaston Tissandier at the Hotel Continental, Paris, March, 1887. Includes a profile portrait of Tissandier. Title from item. Tissandier collection.

Graduation banquet menu. Class of 1901. Weymouth High School, June 20th, 1901

Graduation banquet menu. Class of 1901. Weymouth High School, June 20t...

Weymouth High School - Graduation banquet menu, front cover photograph (June 20, 1901) Courtesy of Weymouth Public Libraries, Tufts Library

Spiseregulativ for Ringsaker kommunale pleiehjem, Holo gård, Gaupen, 4/2 1909.

Spiseregulativ for Ringsaker kommunale pleiehjem, Holo gård, Gaupen, 4...

Collection archive for Ringsaker municipality, Norway. Most of the archive is repro after borrowing of originals. There are also some photographs that come in the form of gifts or purchases. The subjects includ... more

Meny fra bryllupet til Johanne Tokstad Platou og Fridthjof Platou den 28. 07. 1919, Tokstad gård, Veldre.

Meny fra bryllupet til Johanne Tokstad Platou og Fridthjof Platou den ...

Collection archive for Ringsaker municipality. Most of the archive is repro after borrowing of originals. There are also some photographs that have come in the form of gifts or purchases. The subjects include e... more

Blue Jay Inn Menu

Blue Jay Inn Menu

Blue Jay Inn, ca. 1935.Take a look at the back (Virginia Baked Ham sandwich with potato salad = 35 cents!):.content.lib.washington.edu/u?/menus,240 ( http://content.lib.washington.edu/u?/menus,240 ) ..Subjects ... more

Kort med meny påskrevet på side to, datert januar 1937

Kort med meny påskrevet på side to, datert januar 1937

Kort med meny påskrevet på side to, datert januar 1937

Cloud Room Menu, Seattle

Cloud Room Menu, Seattle

Cloud Room Menu, Seattle ca. 1950.Take a look inside (sirloin steak for 2 = $7.50!):.content.lib.washington.edu/u?/menus,191 ( http://content.lib.washington.edu/u?/menus,191 ) ..Subjects (LCSH):.Menus.Cloud Roo... more

Ivar's Acres of Clams Menu, Seattle

Ivar's Acres of Clams Menu, Seattle

Ivar's Acres of Clams Menu, Seattle ca. 1950.Take a look inside (King Salmon steak dinner for $1.75!!):.content.lib.washington.edu/u?/menus,31 ( http://content.lib.washington.edu/u?/menus,31 ) ..Subjects (LCSH)... more

Ivar's Acres of Clams Menu, Seattle

Ivar's Acres of Clams Menu, Seattle

Ivar's Acres of Clams Menu, Seattle ca. 1950..Subjects (LCSH):.Menus.Ivar's Acres of Clams (Seattle, Wash.).Restaurants--Washington (State)--Seattle..Digital Collection: .Historical Menu Collection.content.lib.... more

Dog House Placemat, Seattle

Dog House Placemat, Seattle

Dog House Placemat, Seattle ca. 1955..Subjects (LCSH):.Place mats--Washington (State)--Seattle.Dog House (Restaurant : Seattle, Wash.).Restaurants--Washington (State)--Seattle ..Digital Collection: .Historical ... more

Globe Restaurant Menu

Globe Restaurant Menu

Globe Restaurant Menu, ca. 1955 from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.Take a look inside (pickled herring appetizer, yum?!):.content.lib.washington.edu/u?/menus,33 ( http://content.lib.washington.edu/u?/men... more

Dog House Menu, Seattle

Dog House Menu, Seattle

Dog House Menu, Seattle ca. 1955.Take a look inside (burger with fries for 55cents!!!) .content.lib.washington.edu/u?/menus,238 ( http://content.lib.washington.edu/u?/menus,238 ) ...Subjects (LCSH):.Menus.Dog H... more

Jobben och vi, Drotten 3 juli 1965Två män tittar i måltidsmeny

Jobben och vi, Drotten 3 juli 1965Två män tittar i måltidsmeny

Jobben och vi, Drotten 3 juli 1965Två män tittar i måltidsmeny

Frederick & Nelson, Paul Bunyan Tiny Tots Menu, Seattle

Frederick & Nelson, Paul Bunyan Tiny Tots Menu, Seattle

Frederick & Nelson, Paul Bunyan Tiny Tots Menu , Seattle ca. 1965.Take a look inside - they even trimmed the crust:.content.lib.washington.edu/u?/menus,251 ( http://content.lib.washington.edu/u?/menus,251 ) ..S... more

Fik i Örebro 13 augusti 1966
Wasakonditoriet

Fik i Örebro 13 augusti 1966 Wasakonditoriet

Fik i Örebro 13 augusti 1966 Wasakonditoriet

STS089-364-036 - STS-089 - MS Thomas opens a middeck locker containing menus and food

STS089-364-036 - STS-089 - MS Thomas opens a middeck locker containing...

The original finding aid described this as: Description: STS-89 Mission Specialist Andrew Thomas opens a middeck locker containing menus and food onboard the Orbiter Endeavour. Subject Terms: STS-89, ENDEAVOU... more

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -   In the Operations and Checkout Building, Michele Perchonok closes a container of food packages that the STS-121 crew will eat on the 12-day mission. Perchonok is a NASA Subsystem manager for Shuttle Food Systems from Johnson Space Center.  Astronauts select their own menus from a large array of food items. Astronauts are supplied with three balanced meals, plus snacks. Diets are designed to supply each astronaut with 100 percent of the daily value of vitamins and minerals necessary for the environment of space.  Foods flown on space missions are researched and developed at the Space Food Systems Laboratory at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, which is staffed by food scientists, dietitians and engineers. Foods are analyzed through nutritional analysis, sensory evaluation, storage studies, packaging evaluations and many other methods.   Each astronaut’s food is stored aboard the space shuttle and is identified by a colored dot affixed to each package. A supplementary food supply (pantry) consisting of two extra days per person is stowed aboard the space shuttle for each flight. Pantry items are flown in addition to the menu in case the flight is unexpectedly extended because of bad weather at the landing site or for some other unforeseen reason.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-06pd1290

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Operations and Checkout Building...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Operations and Checkout Building, Michele Perchonok closes a container of food packages that the STS-121 crew will eat on the 12-day mission. Perchonok is a NASA Subsystem ... more

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -   In the Operations and Checkout Building, Michele Perchonok  packs the meals that the STS-121 crew will eat on the 12-day mission. Perchonok is a NASA Subsystem manager for Shuttle Food Systems from Johnson Space Center.  Astronauts select their own menus from a large array of food items. Astronauts are supplied with three balanced meals, plus snacks. Diets are designed to supply each astronaut with 100 percent of the daily value of vitamins and minerals necessary for the environment of space.  Foods flown on space missions are researched and developed at the Space Food Systems Laboratory at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, which is staffed by food scientists, dietitians and engineers. Foods are analyzed through nutritional analysis, sensory evaluation, storage studies, packaging evaluations and many other methods.   Each astronaut’s food is stored aboard the space shuttle and is identified by a colored dot affixed to each package. A supplementary food supply (pantry) consisting of two extra days per person is stowed aboard the space shuttle for each flight. Pantry items are flown in addition to the menu in case the flight is unexpectedly extended because of bad weather at the landing site or for some other unforeseen reason.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-06pd1287

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Operations and Checkout Building...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Operations and Checkout Building, Michele Perchonok packs the meals that the STS-121 crew will eat on the 12-day mission. Perchonok is a NASA Subsystem manager for Shuttle... more

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -   In the Operations and Checkout Building, Michele Perchonok  packs the meals that the STS-121 crew will eat on the 12-day mission. Perchonok is a NASA Subsystem manager for Shuttle Food Systems from Johnson Space Center.  Astronauts select their own menus from a large array of food items. Astronauts are supplied with three balanced meals, plus snacks. Diets are designed to supply each astronaut with 100 percent of the daily value of vitamins and minerals necessary for the environment of space.  Foods flown on space missions are researched and developed at the Space Food Systems Laboratory at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, which is staffed by food scientists, dietitians and engineers. Foods are analyzed through nutritional analysis, sensory evaluation, storage studies, packaging evaluations and many other methods.   Each astronaut’s food is stored aboard the space shuttle and is identified by a colored dot affixed to each package. A supplementary food supply (pantry) consisting of two extra days per person is stowed aboard the space shuttle for each flight. Pantry items are flown in addition to the menu in case the flight is unexpectedly extended because of bad weather at the landing site or for some other unforeseen reason.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-06pd1286

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Operations and Checkout Building...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Operations and Checkout Building, Michele Perchonok packs the meals that the STS-121 crew will eat on the 12-day mission. Perchonok is a NASA Subsystem manager for Shuttle... more

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -   In the Operations and Checkout Building, Michele Perchonok stows packages of food that the STS-121 crew will eat on the 12-day mission. Perchonok is a NASA Subsystem manager for Shuttle Food Systems from Johnson Space Center. Astronauts select their own menus from a large array of food items. Astronauts are supplied with three balanced meals, plus snacks. Diets are designed to supply each astronaut with 100 percent of the daily value of vitamins and minerals necessary for the environment of space.  Foods flown on space missions are researched and developed at the Space Food Systems Laboratory at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, which is staffed by food scientists, dietitians and engineers. Foods are analyzed through nutritional analysis, sensory evaluation, storage studies, packaging evaluations and many other methods.   Each astronaut’s food is stored aboard the space shuttle and is identified by a colored dot affixed to each package. A supplementary food supply (pantry) consisting of two extra days per person is stowed aboard the space shuttle for each flight. Pantry items are flown in addition to the menu in case the flight is unexpectedly extended because of bad weather at the landing site or for some other unforeseen reason.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-06pd1289

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Operations and Checkout Building...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Operations and Checkout Building, Michele Perchonok stows packages of food that the STS-121 crew will eat on the 12-day mission. Perchonok is a NASA Subsystem manager for S... more

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -    In the Operations and Checkout Building, Michele Perchonok stows packages of food that the STS-121 crew will eat on the 12-day mission. Perchonok is a NASA Subsystem manager for Shuttle Food Systems from Johnson Space Center.  Astronauts select their own menus from a large array of food items. Astronauts are supplied with three balanced meals, plus snacks. Diets are designed to supply each astronaut with 100 percent of the daily value of vitamins and minerals necessary for the environment of space.  Foods flown on space missions are researched and developed at the Space Food Systems Laboratory at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, which is staffed by food scientists, dietitians and engineers. Foods are analyzed through nutritional analysis, sensory evaluation, storage studies, packaging evaluations and many other methods.   Each astronaut’s food is stored aboard the space shuttle and is identified by a colored dot affixed to each package. A supplementary food supply (pantry) consisting of two extra days per person is stowed aboard the space shuttle for each flight. Pantry items are flown in addition to the menu in case the flight is unexpectedly extended because of bad weather at the landing site or for some other unforeseen reason.  Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-06pd1288

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Operations and Checkout Buildin...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Operations and Checkout Building, Michele Perchonok stows packages of food that the STS-121 crew will eat on the 12-day mission. Perchonok is a NASA Subsystem manager for ... more

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -   In the Space Station Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center,  John Hoog secures a bag filled with prepared meals for the crew of mission STS-121 before packing into containers for the flight. At left is Dennis Huefner, with United Space Alliance (USA) ground operations. Hoog is a USA-FCE/EVA representative from Johnson Space Center.  Astronauts select their own menus from a large array of food items. Astronauts are supplied with three balanced meals, plus snacks.  Foods flown on space missions are researched and developed at the Space Food Systems Laboratory at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, which is staffed by food scientists, dietitians and engineers. Foods are analyzed through nutritional analysis, sensory evaluation, storage studies, packaging evaluations and many other methods.   Each astronaut’s food is stored aboard the space shuttle and is identified by a colored dot affixed to each package.  Launch of Space Shuttle Discovery on mission STS-121 is scheduled for July 1.  Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-06pd1293

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facilit...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, John Hoog secures a bag filled with prepared meals for the crew of mission STS-121 before packing into co... more

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  In the Space Station Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, flight crew systems technician Troy Mann and flight crew systems manager Jim Blake store the food containers that will be stowed on Space Shuttle Discovery for the flight of mission STS-121.  The containers hold meals prepared for the mission crew.  Mann and Blake are with United Space Alliance ground operations.  Astronauts select their own menus from a large array of food items. Astronauts are supplied with three balanced meals, plus snacks.  Foods flown on space missions are researched and developed at the Space Food Systems Laboratory at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, which is staffed by food scientists, dietitians and engineers. Foods are analyzed through nutritional analysis, sensory evaluation, storage studies, packaging evaluations and many other methods.   Each astronaut’s food is stored aboard the space shuttle and is identified by a colored dot affixed to each package.  Launch of Space Shuttle Discovery on mission STS-121 is scheduled for July 1.  Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-06pd1296

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facility...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, flight crew systems technician Troy Mann and flight crew systems manager Jim Blake store the food container... more

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -   In the Space Station Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center,  John Hoog reaches for a container filled with prepared meals for the crew of mission STS-121 to secure it for flight.  Hoog is a USA-FCE/EVA representative from Johnson Space Center.  Astronauts select their own menus from a large array of food items. Astronauts are supplied with three balanced meals, plus snacks.  Foods flown on space missions are researched and developed at the Space Food Systems Laboratory at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, which is staffed by food scientists, dietitians and engineers. Foods are analyzed through nutritional analysis, sensory evaluation, storage studies, packaging evaluations and many other methods.   Each astronaut’s food is stored aboard the space shuttle and is identified by a colored dot affixed to each package.  Launch of Space Shuttle Discovery on mission STS-121 is scheduled for July 1.  Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-06pd1294

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facilit...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, John Hoog reaches for a container filled with prepared meals for the crew of mission STS-121 to secure it... more

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  In the Space Station Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Jim Blake, Dennis Huefner and Troy Mann wrap food containers that will be stowed on Space Shuttle Discovery for the flight of mission STS-121.  The containers hold meals prepared for the mission crew. The men are with United Space Alliance ground operations.  Astronauts select their own menus from a large array of food items. Astronauts are supplied with three balanced meals, plus snacks.  Foods flown on space missions are researched and developed at the Space Food Systems Laboratory at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, which is staffed by food scientists, dietitians and engineers. Foods are analyzed through nutritional analysis, sensory evaluation, storage studies, packaging evaluations and many other methods.   Each astronaut’s food is stored aboard the space shuttle and is identified by a colored dot affixed to each package.  Launch of Space Shuttle Discovery on mission STS-121 is scheduled for July 1.  Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-06pd1295

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facility...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Jim Blake, Dennis Huefner and Troy Mann wrap food containers that will be stowed on Space Shuttle Discovery... more

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  In the Space Station Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center,  John Hoog packs up food containers with the meals prepared for the crew of mission STS-121.  Hoog is a USA-FCE/EVA representative from Johnson Space Center.  Astronauts select their own menus from a large array of food items. Astronauts are supplied with three balanced meals, plus snacks.  Foods flown on space missions are researched and developed at the Space Food Systems Laboratory at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, which is staffed by food scientists, dietitians and engineers. Foods are analyzed through nutritional analysis, sensory evaluation, storage studies, packaging evaluations and many other methods.   Each astronaut’s food is stored aboard the space shuttle and is identified by a colored dot affixed to each package.  Launch of Space Shuttle Discovery on mission STS-121 is scheduled for July 1.  Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-06pd1292

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facility...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, John Hoog packs up food containers with the meals prepared for the crew of mission STS-121. Hoog is a USA... more

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -    In the Space Station Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, flight crew systems technician Troy Mann and flight crew systems manager Jim Blake secure the storage boxes holding the food containers that will be stowed on Space Shuttle Discovery for the flight of mission STS-121.  The containers hold meals prepared for the mission crew.   Astronauts select their own menus from a large array of food items. Astronauts are supplied with three balanced meals, plus snacks.  Foods flown on space missions are researched and developed at the Space Food Systems Laboratory at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, which is staffed by food scientists, dietitians and engineers. Foods are analyzed through nutritional analysis, sensory evaluation, storage studies, packaging evaluations and many other methods.   Each astronaut’s food is stored aboard the space shuttle and is identified by a colored dot affixed to each package.  Launch of Space Shuttle Discovery on mission STS-121 is scheduled for July 1.  Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-06pd1297

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facili...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, flight crew systems technician Troy Mann and flight crew systems manager Jim Blake secure the storage box... more

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -   In the Space Station Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, John Hoog gets ready to pack the food containers with the meals prepared for the crew of mission STS-121.  Hoog is a USA-FCE/EVA representative from Johnson Space Center.Astronauts select their own menus from a large array of food items. Astronauts are supplied with three balanced meals, plus snacks.  Foods flown on space missions are researched and developed at the Space Food Systems Laboratory at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, which is staffed by food scientists, dietitians and engineers. Foods are analyzed through nutritional analysis, sensory evaluation, storage studies, packaging evaluations and many other methods.   Each astronaut’s food is stored aboard the space shuttle and is identified by a colored dot affixed to each package.  Launch of Space Shuttle Discovery on mission STS-121 is scheduled for July 1.  Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller KSC-06pd1291

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facilit...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, John Hoog gets ready to pack the food containers with the meals prepared for the crew of mission STS-121. ... more

U.S. Marine Corps STAFF SGT. Jony Tello, mess chief with Marine Wing Support Squadron 373, discusses food menus with the dining facility's Indian chef and manager at Camp Al Taqqadum, Iraq, Jan. 8, 2007. The MWSS-373 is deployed with I Marine Expeditiona ry Force (Foward) in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance CPL. Gabriela Garcia) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps STAFF SGT. Jony Tello, mess chief with Marine Wing S...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: IRAQI FREEDOM Base: Camp Al Taqqadum State: Al Anbar Country: Iraq (IRQ) Scene Major Command Shown: 1ST MLG (FWD) Scene Cam... more

State Dinner Press Preview for the Visit of Queen Elizabeth II in State Dining Room

State Dinner Press Preview for the Visit of Queen Elizabeth II in Stat...

Photographs Related to the George W. Bush Administration

Doyle’s
Christmas menu, 1941

Christmas menu, 1941

Christmas menu for Letterman General Hospital, 1941.

1941 Christmas Dinner Menu (cover)

1941 Christmas Dinner Menu (cover)

1941 Christmas dinner for Company E, 17th Infantry and regimental roster.

Aloha dinner menu

Aloha dinner menu

“Aloha” menu for the ship, President Cleveland, as it departed Kodiak Island, July 22, 1941.

Brown Bear Cafe menu (p 2)

Brown Bear Cafe menu (p 2)

Menu of the Brown Bear Cafe, Kodiak, AK (mid 1940s)

Dells Cafe Menu, Kodiak, AK (p3)

Dells Cafe Menu, Kodiak, AK (p3)

Dells Cafe Menu Kodiak all_Page_3

Dells Cafe Menu, Kodiak, AK (pp 1 & 2)

Dells Cafe Menu, Kodiak, AK (pp 1 & 2)

Dells Cafe Menu Kodiak, 19

1941 Christmas Dinner Menu (regimental roster)

1941 Christmas Dinner Menu (regimental roster)

1941 Christmas dinner for Company E, 17th Infantry and regimental roster.

Dells Cafe Menu, Kodiak, AK (p3)

Dells Cafe Menu, Kodiak, AK (p3)

Dells Cafe Menu Kodiak all_Page_3

1941 Christmas Dinner Menu (regimental roster)

1941 Christmas Dinner Menu (regimental roster)

1941 Christmas dinner for Company E, 17th Infantry and regimental roster.

Brown Bear Cafe menu (p 2)

Brown Bear Cafe menu (p 2)

Menu of the Brown Bear Cafe, Kodiak, AK (mid 1940s)

Brown Bear Cafe menu (cover showing image of bear cub)

Brown Bear Cafe menu (cover showing image of bear cub)

Menu of the Brown Bear Cafe, Kodiak, AK (mid 1940s)

Dells Cafe Menu, Kodiak, AK (pp 1 & 2)

Dells Cafe Menu, Kodiak, AK (pp 1 & 2)

Dells Cafe Menu Kodiak, 19

Brown Bear Cafe menu (cover showing image of bear cub)

Brown Bear Cafe menu (cover showing image of bear cub)

Menu of the Brown Bear Cafe, Kodiak, AK (mid 1940s)

Brown Bear Cafe menu (p 3)

Brown Bear Cafe menu (p 3)

Menu of the Brown Bear Cafe, Kodiak, AK (mid 1940s)

1941 Christmas Dinner Menu (menu)

1941 Christmas Dinner Menu (menu)

1941 Christmas dinner for Company E, 17th Infantry and regimental roster.

1941 Christmas Dinner Menu (regimental roster)

1941 Christmas Dinner Menu (regimental roster)

1941 Christmas dinner for Company E, 17th Infantry and regimental roster.

Aloha dinner menu

Aloha dinner menu

1941 menu from the transport ship USS President Cleveland, upon arrival in Kodiak, AK.

1941 Christmas Dinner Menu (menu)

1941 Christmas Dinner Menu (menu)

1941 Christmas dinner for Company E, 17th Infantry and regimental roster.