Palais Royal dinner menu, May 1, 1903

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Digital ID
men001146
Title
Palais Royal dinner menu, May 1, 1903
Alternative Title
Palais Royal, Paris, Diner du 1er mai 1903
Restaurant or Site Name
Additional Information
Palais Royal, Paris is written in bottom left corner and there is an illegible signature in bottom right corner.
Graphic Elements
Date Original
1903-05-01
Type of Restaurant or Site
Restaurant/Site Location
Type of Menu
Type of Cuisine
Original Language
Meal(s) Served
City
Country
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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Publisher
University of Nevada, Las Vegas University Libraries
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Box Number
2
Folder Number
59
Digital Collection
Menus The Art of Dining
Original Collection

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giancarlo fochesato2014-02-18 @ 01:41 PM
The May 1903 State visit of Edward VII of England to France, proved to be the zenith in the King's career as European foreign policy maker. The programme of the three-day visit included luncheons, dinners, speeches and races at Longchamps. It is described in details in Gordon Brook-Shepherd biography of Edward ("Uncle of Europe" ) that also contains records of this 1st May dinner. It was hosted by the King at the Paris British Embassy, his official residence during the state visit and hence described as "the Royal Palace" (Palais Royal) for its duration
UNLV Library Staff2014-03-11 @ 03:13 PM
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