Nebraska State Capitol Lunch Menu

The Nebraska state capitol is unusual in that, instead of having a traditional large dome, it has a tower with a small dome on top. The Louisiana state capitol was modeled after Nebraska’s, but without a dome on top. Other state capitol buildings without domes include Alaska, Hawaii, New Mexico, New York, and North Dakota. Oregon’s has a dome, sort of, but it is flat on top; some say it was designed to look like a tree stump.

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This menu was used for an Aid Association for Lutherans tour group. The unpriced and rather unimpressive menu offers fish saute, stewed chicken, or short ribs of beef, with soup or tomato juice, whipped potatoes, peas, iceberg lettuce, bread, dessert, and beverage.

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