Indian Room, Chic-N-Coop Restaurant, Montreal, 1950
In 1950 one could pay homage to Canada's native population with imagery that certainly would not be PC today. The sharp profile and intense color of this die-cut drink list is absolutely striking and memorable. The Indian Room bar and lounge was a part of the Chic-N-Coop Restaurant where "Chicken Is King", but we would rather have a drink at the bar.
Courtesy Private Collection.
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