Item - PE004737 - Menu program for the first dinner in the new Corona Hotel

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PE004737 - Menu program for the first dinner in the new Corona Hotel

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  • Nov. 17, 1932 (Creation)

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Souvenir program of the first dinner served in the new Corona Hotel.  The program is bound with a yellow ribbon tied through two holes punched through the textured card stock cover and the single interior sheet of paper.  Printed by Douglas Printing Co., Ltd. in Edmonton, AB.  The dinner menu for the evening included dishes such as pigeon printaniere style, saute of frog legs a la Marengo, and milk-fed chicken with bread sauce.  A list of hotel rates is also included.

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Bruce Peel Special Collections is part of University of Alberta Libraries.

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