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Menu Trends in the 1700’s shaped things to come!

That’s right, what were they eating in the 1700’s, 1800’s and early 1900’s? As part of the many resources at Theodore Barber & Co., we archive over 4,000 vintage menus dating as far back as 1752. We know every kitchen design must start with the “menu.” It is the themeRead the Rest…


James R Hoffa was spotted…

At The Hotel Commodore, New York City, NY on January 7, 1961. We know this because, James R. Hoffa was the keynote speaker for a Testimonial Dinner for the International Brotherhood of Teamsters and our proof was his autograph on the event menu. Throughout the years menus have been usedRead the Rest…


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