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Title Menu: S.S. Leviathan, Students and Veterans Cabin, Sunday, June 14, 1925.
Object Name Menu
Catalog Number 2013.005.0180
Collection Hoboken Transportation Collection
Credit Museum Collections. Gift of a Friend of the Museum.
Scope & Content Menu: S.S. Leviathan, Students and Veterans Cabin, Sunday, June 14, 1925.

Single folio, coverweight paper, 5-1/2" wide x 7-1/2" high, [4] pp. Vignette illustration of vessel on cover plus logo and name of company: United States Lines.

Text of menu is in notes.

Service was Breakfast, Dinner, 3 to 3:30 - Coffee and Cake, Supper.

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The S.S. Leviathan was an ocean liner of the United States Lines which had Hoboken piers as its primary American home port. The Leviathan was actually docking in New York at Pier 86 at this time rather than in Hoboken due to its size.

The designation of cabins for students and war veterans is not commonly seen.

Notes Archives 2013.005.0180

United States Lines

text page [3]

S. S. " LEVIATHAN "

STUDENTS AND VETERANS CABIN

BREAKFAST

Fresh FruitStewed Peaches

Oatmeal with Milk

Corn Flakes Shredded Wheat

Broiled Ham and Breakfast Bacon

Fried and Boiled EggsSpanish Omelette

Lyonnaise and Boiled Potatoes

Hot RollsButterJam

Tea Coffee

DINNER

Cream of Celery

Boiled Salmon, Sauce Hollandaise

Boiled Potatoes

Roast Turkey, Cranberry Sauce

New String BeansMashed Potatoes

Mixed Compote

Ice CreamPastry

White and Rye Bread Butter

Tea Coffee

3.00 to 3.30 p. m., Coffee and Cake

SUPPER

Irish Stew, Dublin Style

Roast Sirloin of Beef au Jus

Sweet Corn French Fried and Baked Potatoes

Assorted Cold Meats

Lettuce Salad, French Dressing

Peach Pie

Cheese with Crackers

White and Rye Bread Butter Jam

Tea Coffee

Sunday, June 14, 1925
Date 1925
Year Range from 1925
Year Range to 1925
Search Terms S.S. Leviathan
United States Lines
Caption pg [1], front cover - United States Lines; page [2] blank
Imagefile 217\20130050180.TIF
Classification Ships
Food
Transportation
Business & Commerce
Veterans