[Featherston Golf Ball]. The menu [1930]

[Featherston Golf Ball]. The menu [1930]

Menu shows: Entrees (lobster mayonnaise and sausage rolls), meats (chicken, duck, ham, tongue, turkey), lettuce salad, sweets (fruit salad, trifle, meringues, cream puffs), savouries (savoury biscuits, devilled almonds, cheese straws, olives), tea, soup, coffee.

Extended Title - From Featherston Gold Ball. Menu, Anzac hall, Featherston, Tuesday 15th july 1930

Quantity: 1 b&w art print(s).

Physical Description: Engraving on inside of card 114 x 142 mm.

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[Ball programmes, and assorted music ephemera, collected by Norman Hull-Brown. 1926-1950s] / Featherston Golf Ball. Menu. Anzac Hall, Featherston, Tuesday, 15th July, 1930. [Printed by] Daily News, Carterton.
1 b&w art print(s), Ephemera, Lithographs, Menus, Engraving on inside of card 114 x 142 mm., Orientation: Horizontal image
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