We saw this cover a few days ago on a 1938 dinner menu. It is curious that these covers all display the words “Breakfast” or “Dinner,” indicating that the two were printed separately. Many other railroads used a generic cover and revealed only on the inside what meal was being served.
The menu is dated April 30, 1941, about nine months after yesterday’s menu. The menus inside are similar but prices for the table d’hôte meals have increased from 85, 65, and 50 cents to 90, 70, and 50 cents. The native mountain trout is still 90 cents.