I’m pretty sure the cover of this menu depicts Mt. Massive, as seen from Leadville, Colorado. It’s either that or Mt. Elbert, which is a little to the south of Mt. Massive. The back cover says Elbert is Colorado’s second-highest mountain with Massive being the highest. Today, geographers say it’s the other way around, with Massive being 12 feet lower than Elbert.
The table d’hôte menu has eight different entrées: trout, white fish, ox tongue, club steak, lamb chops, omelet, prime rib, and sirloin steak, all of which come with soup, vegetable, salad, bread, and beverage. There is also a lengthy a la carte side. An a la carte salmon steak was 75 cents, while an a la carte sirloin steak was twice as much. For just 25 cents more the sirloin steak could be had as a complete meal. Multiply by 17 to get today’s dollars.