Vintage Menu for The Supper Club at Fort Benning, Georgia. The main officers’ open mess, now called The Benning Club (the Supper Club is now a banquet room), is located at one of the country’s largest U.S. Army bases and many young recruits (including me) passed though the camp for basic training. The menu isn’t dated, but has a 1950s look, and you could have ordered a double New York steak for two for $5.75, half a chicken for $1.35, and a piece of cake for 15 cents! Beige cardstock with black and brown printing, 27.8 by 36.6 cm, 4 pp. Light edge and corner wear, with some minor creases and a couple of tiny edge tears.
Title: Vintage Menu for The Supper Club at Fort Benning, Georgia [U.S. Army]
Publisher: Fort Benning, Georgia, The Supper Club at Fort Benning, Georgia: c. 1950s
Binding: Single-fold sheet
Book Condition: Very Good
Seller ID: 2498