Our 1951 tourist apparently spent the night of August 13 at Many Glacier, as they retained a breakfast menu from that hotel for August 14, 1951. This menu is a little more elaborate than the breakfast menu from the Glacier Park Hotel, offering a wider range of fruits and cereals, and–for any pescetarians in 1951–Finnan Haddie (smoked haddock) as an alternative to bacon or sausage.
As a possible downgrade, this menu specifies “griddle cakes with Log Cabin syrup,” where the other says “maple syrup.” Was Log Cabin-brand syrup maple syrup in 1951? (It isn’t today.) As before, there are no prices as the hotel charged on the American plan.