Huge menu from the 29th Annual Game Dinner held at The Grand Pacific Hotel Chicago on November 22 1884. The Grand Pacific was one of two major hotels built, in 1873, after the Great Chicago Fire. It was the site where Standard Time System was adopted on October 11, 1883. Many notable celebrities stayed here, including Oscar Wilde on his first visit to Chicago as part of his 1882 lecture tour of America.
Courtesy UNLV Special Collections.
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