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Chateau Lake Louise, Dinner, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels Jun 1953

Chateau Lake Louise, Dinner, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Menu cover shows another view of Lake Louise over the poppy fields and driveway with the caption: "Lake Louise - Does this picture of lovely Lake Louise make you feel strenuous? In-varying degrees that urge can be satisfied afoot or by mountain pony by the paths that amble west and southward round the glacial finger lake. Worth seeing are the Lakes in the Clouds, the terminal moraine of Victoria Glacier and the Plain of the Six Glaciers."


Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels Jun 1953

Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Menu cover shows the field of Golden Poppies, Jade Lake, Diamond Glacier- Jewels of lovely Lake Louise.


Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels Jun 1953

Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Menu cover shows the stunning view from the Chateau looking across the lake with Victoria Glacier looming above with the following caption: "Poppies, ponies, pool-all three spell Chateau Lake Louise. The glass-screened pool, reflecting the same summer sun as the lake, is filled with constantly flowing water from the glacier-fed lake-warmed to a pleasant temperature. Its spectator gallery, like the poppy-banked terrace, is a pleasant vantage-point to contemplate Victoria Glacier or watch the strenuous start out for mountain trails on sturdy ponies."


Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels Jun 1953

Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Menu cover shows travelers stopped alongside Bow Lake with the following caption: "Bow Lake, rugged beauty spot on the Columbia Ice field Highway, a pleasant drive from Chateau Lake Louise."


Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels Jun 1953

Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Menu cover depicts the beautiful Chateau in all its glory with the following caption: "Chateau in the Sky - Perhaps not quite 'in the sky' but more than a mile above sea level, Chateau Lake Louise, designed to catch every hour of sun, is justly famous for its banks of Iceland Poppies, its tall Delphinium, its warmed, filtered, sheltered outdoor swimming pool and-not least-gem-like Lake Louise and its magnificent surrounding mountains."


Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels Jun 1953

Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Menu cover depicts "Victoria Glacier, the overhanging snow-capped ice-mass that broods eternally over the jade-green waters of Lake Louise, is a fascinating study. Reflecting nature's many moods the glacier frowns, sparkles and sometimes-when storms play across its icy surface seems to withdraw itself from contemplation of the gay scenes below." Shown are three people on a horseback trailride.


Chateau Lake Louise, Breakfast, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels Jun 1953

Chateau Lake Louise, Breakfast, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Menu cover depicts Lake Louise and the Chateau with guests canoeing in the lake.


Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels Jun 1953

Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Menu cover shows the "Kicking Horse River."

On the back cover the following information appears: "Many visitors to the Canadian Rockies ask how the Kicking Horse River got its name and many answers are given - some of them based upon the credulity of the questioner. Even historians who have dealt at length with the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway differ among themselves. The generally accepted version is that James Hector, geologist with the survey party, was kicked by his own mount after helping to rescue a packhorse from an eddy of the swift-running river. Indian guides are said to ...


Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 25, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels Jun 1953

Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 25, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Menu cover depicts Mount Eisenhower with the caption: "North of the Canadian Pacific main line and visible from the highway that links Banff and Lake Louise is a mighty monument. Known for many years as Castle Mountain, eight miles long and 9,890 feet at its highest peak, this towering landmark is Canada's tribute to General of the Armies Dwight D. Eisenhower, G.C.B. Just as the likeness of the up-thrust peak to the turrets and battlements of medieval military architecture led to its original name, the four-square rugged quality of the great mountain inevitably suggested itself as ...


Incres Nassau Line, S.S. Nassau, Luncheon Menu, February 14, 1953, Home Lines Agency Inc. Feb 1953

Incres Nassau Line, S.S. Nassau, Luncheon Menu, February 14, 1953, Home Lines Agency Inc.

Cruise Ship & Shipping Line Menus

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Upper Montclair Country Club (Umcc), Irish Mardi Gras Menu, March 7, 1953?, Upper Montclair Country Club Jan 1953

Upper Montclair Country Club (Umcc), Irish Mardi Gras Menu, March 7, 1953?, Upper Montclair Country Club

Restaurant Menus

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