After the railroad’s 1969 centennial, Union Pacific issued a menu cover featuring the view from Point Imperial on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. This pre-centennial menu has a similar view, but with people in the foreground. The graphic and text to the left of the photo are the same on both menu covers.
Inside, the menu offers meals of fillet of sole, hot beef sandwich, Spanish omelet, fruit plate, and chef’s salad with various trimmings. The a la carte side has an extensive list of offerings for patrons on Union Pacific’s premiere train, including three salads, seven sandwiches, a cold salmon plate, two other kinds of fish, and numerous other items.