The M.V. Chinook was a Seattle ferry built in 1947 for the Black Ball Line and ran from Seattle to Port Angeles and Victoria. The menu is from the early 1950's and beautifully illustrates the ferry, which was top-of-the-line at the time, and its route. The artist also uses six different fonts on the front cover..
Courtesy Brad Holden.
Each print is accompanied by a copy of the interior menu where available.
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