Timberline Lodge Menu

The front cover of this menu features a photo of Mt. Hood taken from the plaza of Timberline Lodge. It’s a little odd that they didn’t include the impressive-looking lodge itself in the photo, but it is possible that they figured people knew it as a ski lodge but they wanted to advertise it as a summer resort as well.

Click image to download a 1.7-MB PDF of this menu.

Like the Guardians of the Flock menu, this one’s back cover focuses on a different subject than the front cover, in this case, Alaska. This elegant series of menus uses thick, textured paper and the front cover photos are printed separately and glued on. We know this one is from 1942 because someone wrote on the cover that they used it on a trip from Carrington, ND, to Seattle on July 24, 1942.

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