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Restaurants -- Oklahoma -- Tulsa -- Menu

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:

Roy L. Morgan's Western Village Hotel menu, undated

 Item — Box 9, Folder: 4
Identifier: 1975-002-6.1-9-4-014
Scope and Contents

Roy L. Morgan's Western Village Hotel. 11334 E. Admiral Place. Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Illustrated menu. Cover has been amended to include the new owner's name and the apparent rebranding to not include the word "Inn." Menu is similar to the other Western Village menu, but the prices are slightly higher.

Dates: undated

"Sailor" Dick Trout's Petroleum Inn menu, undated

 Item — Box 9, Folder: 1
Identifier: 1975-002-6.1-9-1-002
Scope and Contents

"Sailor" Dick Trout's Petroleum Inn. 4616 East Admiral Place. Phone 8-3766, 8-0226.

Illustrated cover. Menu lists steak and chicken items.

Dates: undated

Shadow Mountain Inn menu, undated

 Item — Box 9, Folder: 1
Identifier: 1975-002-6.1.9-1-014
Scope and Contents

Shadow Mountain Inn menu. Green triangular card that opens in the shape of a diamond. Two attachment cards with handwritten specials. Menu lists steaks and chicken dinners.

City and state are not listed, but there was a Shadow Mountain Inn restaurant at 61st and Sheridan in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Unclear if this is the same, but given that Shleppey Advertising operated out of Tulsa, this is probable.

Dates: undated

Twin Oaks menu, 1945-11-07

 Item — Box 9, Folder: 3
Identifier: 1975-002-6.1-9-3-013
Scope and Contents

Twin Oaks. 1337 South Boston. Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Illustrated menu cover is a hand-drawn map of Tulsa. Menu lists dinner items and a la carte options. Date is hand-written in pencil.

Dates: 1945-11-07

Villa Venice menu, 1953?

 Item — Box 10
Identifier: 1975-002-6.1-10-007
Scope and Contents

Villa Venice 6625 South Lewis, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Phone 7-8524.

Lists Italian dinners.

Also includes two torn newspaper articles—one advertising The White Turkeys in Westport, Connecticut, and one advertising Luchow's in New York City. Based on an obituary partially printed on the verso of one of the clippings, they were removed in 1953.

Dates: 1953?