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STEAMSHIP MENUS FROM
GRAND VESSELS OF THE PAST
Menus aboard old steamships are very unique and decorative items.
 No two menus, in general, served the same meal.
The cover and other common items were printed
On Shore
However the actual meal served was not printed until the
Ships Chef organized and ordered the printing the day of serving.
Most steamships had there own "On Board" printing and stamping shops.

Not only was each menu exclusive for the 
Day of Serving
but different menus were printed based on
Class of Travel,
and normally marked as,
First Class, Saloon, Second Class or Tourist, Third Class or Steerage.

 

Special menus were also printed to commemorate certain occasions,
and were marked as,
A Party or Gala Menu, First Day's Voyage, "Maiden Voyage,
A Holiday Menu, or Farewell Dinner

Menus were normally kept by passengers as souvenirs, or mailed
as post cards to their families or loved ones.

The following menu's are originals
that are part of the Great South Bay Collection.

 

These are great, historic, and decorative,
nautical novelties, nicely framed would look good in the
booths of a seafood restaurant, for people to view while
 waiting to be served, or in the kitchen of that special cook,
or just about any nautical theme.


LIBERTY BLUE WEDGE WOOD

SS FRANCE MENUS

(BLUE LADY)

 

ITALIAN LINE
TITANIC MENUS
HARRIMAN LINE
MILITARY MENUS
UNITED STATES LINES

PANAMA PACIFIC LINE
CUNARD/WHITE STAR LINE
MOORE McCORMACK LINE
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD LINE
 LOS ANGELES STEAMSHIP CO
TRANSATLANTIC FRENCH LINE

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