This cheerful clown/chef is another example of the craze for children's menus that could be turned into masks. What's charming is that all the meals were priced in nickels, dimes and quarters so children could have an arithmetic lesson at the same time they were eating. The menu comes from the Glass House restaurant chain that was popular in the 50s and 60s.
Courtesy Private Collection.
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