aboard old steamships are very unique and decorative items.
two menus, in general, served the same meal.
and other common items were printed
the actual meal served was not printed until the
organized and ordered the printing the day of serving.
had there own "On Board" printing and stamping shops.
was each menu exclusive for the
menus were printed based on
Saloon, Second Class or Tourist, Third Class or Steerage.
menus were also printed to commemorate certain occasions,
or Gala Menu, First Day's Voyage, "Maiden Voyage,
Menu, or Farewell Dinner
normally kept by passengers as souvenirs, or mailed
cards to their families or loved ones.
menu's are originals
part of the Great South Bay Collection.
great, historic, and decorative,
novelties, nicely framed would look good in the
of a seafood restaurant, for people to view while
to be served, or in the kitchen of that special cook,
about any nautical theme.
BLUE WEDGE WOOD
SS FRANCE MENUS
PANAMA PACIFIC LINE
GERMAN LLOYD LINE
ANGELES STEAMSHIP CO
WINE, & TOBACCO LISTS
THE ORIGINAL CRAB SHANTY
ISLAND, NEW YORK