Tour Of President Theodore Roosevelt Through The Northwest 1902 (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Menus)
In the Fall of 1902 President Theodore Roosevelt embarked on an ambitious western tour by train to help promote Republican candidates for the up-coming election. These three menus from the tour were among a package of menus sent by Miss Frank E. Buttolph to the British Library in the hope of receiving, in exchange, a menu from the Coronation of King Edward VII. It doesn't seem that the British Library ever sent that menu.
Each print is accompanied by a copy of the interior menu where available.
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Miss Frank E. Buttolph Menus given to the British Museum. © BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD/ROBANA
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