JOSEPHINE CRUMRINE is a young Alaska artist who lives in the Territory and specializes in painting dogs and animals. She exhibited in Seattle in 1939. In the dog portraits featured in this current series of menus Miss Crumrine has captured the spirit of the Old Alaska when the chief mode of transporta- tion was the husky-drawn sled. Her medium was pastels, here reproduced by four-color lithography.
"WOLF" A peerless leader of the famous team raced by Mary Joyce in the annual Alaska Dog Derby, Wolf has also made a trip to the States. He spent a season at Sun Valley, Idaho, hauling winter sports enthusiasts on a real Alaskan dog sledge.
Sets of these menus, with envelopes for mailing, are available from the Steward. FOR INTERESTING ALASKA VACATION LITERATURE, WRITE TO ALASKA STEAMSHIP COMPANY ROOM 193 . . . PIER ONE . . . SEATTLE
LITHOGRAPHED IN U.S.A. BY FARWEST, SEATTLE
Copyright 1941 by Alaska Steamship Company
The Golden Land Since 1897 The Alaska Line has transported the treasures and the treasure seekers be- tween Alaska and the States. In early days gold and furs were the Territory's "crops." In four and a half decades the picture has undergone an amazing change. Gold and furs are still major sources of income, but a variety of rich minerals, fish, lumber, farm crops and other products have necessitated constant broad- ening of the Alaska Steamship Company's service.
*MENU* S.S. COLUMBIA L. JACOBSEN, Commanding Thursday May 28, 1942
DINNER Chow Chow Deviled Egg Canape Indian Relish Chili Sauce Salted Peanuts
SOUP Cream of Celery
FISH Poached Fresh Alaska Halibut Egg Sauce
ENTREES Boiled Corned Beef and Cabbage with New Potatoes Calves Sweetbreads a la Rothschild Apple Fritters Nutmeg Sauce Roast Prime Ribs of Beef au Jus Yorkshire Pudding Roast Domestic Goose with Dressing and Brown Gravy