Invalids' and Tourists' Hotel menu, Sunday, July 20, 1879

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men000720
Title
Invalids' and Tourists' Hotel menu, Sunday, July 20, 1879
Restaurant or Site Name
Additional Information
Menu pink in color. Menu states, Apply to waiters for wine card. Illustration engraved and copyrighted by J. A. Lowell & Co., Boston, 1879, no.10.
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Date Original
1879-07-20
Type of Restaurant or Site
Restaurant/Site Location
Type of Menu
Type of Cuisine
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Collection Subject (FAST)
Menus; Bill of fares; Menu design; Restaurant management -- Prices; Dinners and dining; Restaurants; Cooking; Food service; Eating; Social life and customs
Format
image/tiff
Original Medium
Paper
DC Type
Text
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University of Nevada, Las Vegas University Libraries
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Box Number
1
Folder Number
37
Digital Collection
Menus The Art of Dining
Original Collection

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Russell W. Aultman2016-05-19 @ 08:38 PM
The menu is for a long since gone hospital Located in Buffalo, NewYork: The Invalids & Tourists Hotel. The Venue and Guide Book of services reads like a Little Shop of Horrors ordering guide! Anyhow this state of the art practice of medicine is well described in a flyer for said enterprise in my possession at this time. It is my opinion that just about anything entertained as a "treatment" would render digestion impossible; possibly excluding ANY clientele from engagements of a gestasious nature, however the menu likely serviced the staff of the building's doctors and whatnot. The Book references three miles of corridors ect. in the building. So, in conclusion: This MENU IS THE VERY FIRST HOSPITAL CUISINE EVER!!!!! WITH THE GUIDE BOOK FULL OF FUN FACTS AS PROOF OF MY CLAIM ABOUT THIS INSTITUTIONAL MENU. The director Ray Vaughn Pierce, M.D. was A DETAIL KINDA GUY and had his in this cuisine, no doubt.
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