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Huron House menu, Sunday, April 1, 1883 Fan shaped menu folds in the center.
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The Southern, menu, March 12, 1882 Diamond-shaped menu folds to go into triangle-shaped envelope.
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New Year's Day menu, 1884, Sheridan House Menu folds into an envelope. Manager's signature on second flap or menu. Illustrations on menu interior dated 1883 on left flap and 1884 on right flap.
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Christmas dinner menu at the Galt House, Thursday, December 25, 1879 Menu folds into its own envelope.
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Easter Sunday menu at the Revere House, 1879 Menu folds into its own envelope.
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Beckel House menu, Sunday, May 7, 1882 Menu folds into a triangle, becoming its own envelope.
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Galt House luncheon menu, Sunday, February 10, 1884 Menu is a circle which folds almost in half, causing the inner and outer illustrations to overlap. Illustration copyrighted by Robinson Eng., Co., Boston, 1882
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Thanksgiving dinner menu, November 29, 1883, Union Depot Menu folds into an envelope.
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The Barret House dinner menu, August 10, 1884 Menu folds into a triangle. Time stated on menu, Dinner from 1 to 3 p.m.
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The Barret House, menu, August 24, 1884 Menu folds into an envelope. Dinner from 1 to 3; the Barret House was built in 1844 by Richard Barret
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The Barret House dinner menu, Sunday, August 24, 1884 Menu folds into an envelope. Dinner from 1 to 3. Handwritten on front of envelope, Compliments of C. H. Harper; the Barret House was built in 1844 by Richard Barret
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New Year's menu, unknown restaurant Menu folds into its own enevelope. "Wishing you a happy New Year" printed on the "flaps;" "G.J. Cross" stamped on the back of the menu. Possibly from Barss House in Peru, Indiana, where G.J. Cross was the proprietor.
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Sans Souci Restaurant menu No date. Folds into a postcard with address on one side and message on the other side. The inside of the postcard contains the restaurant's daily specials and entertainment information at the hotel's Jamaica Room.
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Fant's Steak House, menu "Now in Las Vegas from Cleveland"--cover. "Your hosts -- Sir Charles & His Lady Betty." Menu folds so it can be addressed and mailed. Includes review of Fant's Steak House in Parma Heights, Ohio, by Bill Dvorak.
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Thanksgiving dinner menu, November 26, 1908, St. Nicholas Hotel Red cord; illustrated with oak branches and leaves, acorns; ivory, rose and light blue marbled paper; page 4 folds over from left side of page 5.
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Thanksgiving dinner 1908, menu, The Northwest Red cord and tassel; illustrated with oak branches and leaves, acorns; ivory, rose and light blue marbled paper; page 4 folds over from left side of page 5.
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Thanksgiving dinner 1908, menu, Hotel Throop Red cord and tassel; illustrated with oak branches and leaves, acorns; ivory, rose and light blue marbled paper; page 5 folds over from left side of page 6. Verse from "At the Opera House" on page 3.
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Windsor Hotel, menu, Sunday, April 15, 1883 Menu folds into its own envelope. Envelope flap is embossed and edged in gold ink.
 

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