SS President Harrison Welcome Dinner Postcard Menu - 9 October 1926

Front Side of a Vintage Welcome Dinner Postcard Menu from 9 October 1926

Front Side of a Vintage Welcome Dinner Postcard Menu from 9 October 1926 on board the SS President Harrison of the Dollar Steamship Line featured Breast of Guinea Chicken en Cocotte with Noodles Polonaise, Prime Ribs of Beef, au Jus, and Bavarois Religeuse for Dessert. GGA Image ID # 15c8b6a3fa

Menu Items

Relishes

  • California Oyster Cocktail
  • Hors d' Oeuvres Varies
  • Jumbo Olives
  • Young Radishes
  • Salted Almonds
  • Celery en Branche

Soup

  • Potage Fermiere
  • Jelly Consomme
  • Consomme Madrilène a la Royale

Fish

  • Broiled Split Sea Bass, Maître d'Hôtel

Entrees

  • Breast of Guinea Chicken en Cocotte with Noodles Polonaise
  • Suckling Pig, New Succotash & Candied Sweet Potatoes
  • Cromesquis d'la Russe

Roasts

  • Prime Ribs of Beef, au Jus
  • Hot House Baby Lamb Steak, Fine-Herbs
  • Haunch of Mutton, Red Currant Jelly

Vegetables

  • Potatoes: Mashed, Baked, Boiled, Sauté & New in Cream
  • Summer Squash
  • Cauliflower, Hollandaise
  • New String Beans

Salad

  • Tomato Surprise

Dessert

  • Bavarois Religeuse
  • French Green Apple Pie
  • Assorted Pastry
  • Select California Ice Cream with Wafers
  • Cheese: McLaren's, Cream, Gorgonzola, Edam, Roquefort, Swiss, American
  • Guava Jelly
  • Toasted Bents Crackers
  • Fruit in Season
  • Mixed Nuts
  • Preserved Ginger
  • Golden Dates
  • Smyrna Figs
  • Tea
  • Café Noir
  • Certified Milk
  • After Dinner Mints

Back Side, Welcome Dinner Postcard Menu, PLClass Class on the SS President Harrison of the Dollar Steamship Line, Saturday, 9 October 1926.

Back Side, Welcome Dinner Postcard Menu, PLClass Class on the SS President Harrison of the Dollar Steamship Line, Saturday, 9 October 1926. GGA Image ID # 15c904db02

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