Collection number: MS 298
Size: (2 folder) (0.02 cu.ft.)
About the Menu Books
Three handwritten menu planning books, possibly from the Spaulding Inn, Whitefield NH. They are not signed or attributed to any particular location.
About the Menu Contents
Menus created to feed an affluent client base in the midst of the Great Depression. Four course offerings include calf liver, kippered herring, cold ox tongue, lemon maringue pie, salads, soups, elaborate cakes, and more.
This collection is open.
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Hotel Menu Notebooks, 1931-1932, MS 298, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
Purchase from DeWolfe and Wood, 2018