This beautiful embossed 1906 menu cover features a Native American in a canoe with his tepee and campfire in the background. It comes from The Capital Restaurant in Hoquiam, Washington, whose owner was an Englishman called Mose D Freeland. The menu is written in what seems to be a Chinook dialect but there is a joke at the end of the menu, so this seems to have been a promotion dreamed up by the proprietor.
Courtesy Lou Greenstein
Each print is accompanied by a copy of the interior menu where available.
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