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Dinner menu for 20 Sept 1949, from the Canadian Pacific special train for the American Association of… Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Sep 20, 1949

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 Mount Eisenhower
North of the Main  Line of
the  Canadian  Pacific  Railway
between  Banff  and Lake Louise American gtestoctatton
&ailroab QEtcfeet Agents'
Cbucational Cour
1949
Special GCram, €x. ^ancouber
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Canabtan pacific &atltoaj>
September I9tft
DINNER
ICED  CELERY
MIXED  PICKLES
GRAPEFRUIT  JUICE
VEGETABLE SOUP
BAKED ALASKA BLACK COD,  MEUNIERE
BROILED  SALMON  STEAK,   LEMON
GRILLED  LAMB CHOPS,  GREEN  PEAS
ROAST SUGAR CURED HAM. CUMBERLAND
ASSORTED  COLD   MEATS,   DILL  PICKLE
POTATOES:   BOILED,   HOME  FRIED   OR  MASHED
BRAISED  ONIONS
BAKED   HUBBARD  SQUASH
HEARTS   OF   LETTUCE,   FRENCH   DRESSING
PEACH  PIE
FRUIT JELLY WITH CREAM
BUTTERSCOTCH SUNDAE
CANADIAN CHEESE WITH  CRACKERS
BREAD
(WHITE OR BROWN)
HOT   BISCUITS
ROLLS
(HOT OR COLD)
TEA
COFFEE
COCOA
MILK
SEPTEMBER  20 Mount Eisenhower
Midway between Banff and Lake Louise and visible from
the Canadian Pacific Railway transcontinental line in
the Canadian Rockies stands a mighty mountain, eight miles
from end to end and 9,380 feet at its highest peak.
Its crags and pinnacles thrust upward with the massive
strength of medieval keeps and battlements. It
dominates the landscape as did the castles of the barons
in olden days.
Known, since its discovery in 1857, as Castle Mountain,
this magnificent landmark has been re-named "Mount
Eisenhower" as Canada's enduring tribute to General
of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower, former Chief of Staff,
U. S. A.
The new name was given during a visit to Canada of the
former Supreme Commander of the Allied Armies early
in 1946,
THE SLEEPING CAR CONDUCTOR WILL WIRE AHEAD, WITHOUT CHARGE,
TO ANY CANADIAN PACIFIC HOTEL FOR YOUR RESERVATIONS.
Ca«tac&a»i(fa
S THE WORLD
(^S^)

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