In addition to the menus, our 1951 tourist also thoughtfully brought home this placemat and napkin. The placemat shows an extremely inauthentic Indian wigwam and decorations around the edge. Is the animal that was shot by an arrow a wolf?
The napkin has the same decorations as those on the outer ring of the placement, but in the case of the napkin these are centered by Rocky in his Glacier National Park — See America First version. This is proof, if anyone needs it, that the Glacier Hotels were then still owned and operated by the railroad.