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University of Toronto Scarborough Library, Archives & Special Collections
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South America

The subseries includes menus from countries in the South American continent including Argentina, Bolivia, Peru and Venezuela.

Menus feature Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese and Thai cuisine.

Cruise menus

File contains four booklet style menus from Victoria Cruises. File also includes a fan menu from the m.s. Tijluwah.

Unknown location (H-M)

File contains single sheet and booklet style menus. Menus feature Chinese, French, American, Italian, Japanese and Mexican cuisine. File also includes banquet and drink menus.

Menus from Panama

File contains a trifold menu from Fort Amador Officers Club. Fort Amador is a former United States America Army base located at the end of the Panama Canal and Panama Bay.

Invitations

File includes four invitations: formal opening of Scarborough College (4 October 1966); reception for opening of exhibition of sculpture by Sorel Etrog (6 October, no year); retirement of A.F.W. Plumptre (25 April 1972); reception for graduating class (9 May 1972).

[Dong Qia]

Menu is bronze coloured and laminated with silver Chinese characters on front for Dong Qia, which translates to "just right, close to perfect" (translated by donor). Inside menu is one page, photocopied and handwritten in English and Chinese. Inside is a separate printed food menu and wine list.

Letter

File includes a letter from Nell Williams, wife of English entomologist and ecologist C.B. Williams, to Norah Urquhart, wife of Frederick Urquhart, written on 2 March 1983 from Strathdee, Kirkcudbright, Scotland. The letter discusses their husbands' shared research interest in butterfly migration, their involvement with the Hope Entomological Collection at Oxford University, and refers to the Urquhart's discovery about monarch butterfly migration.

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