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Matson Lines Mardi Gras Dinner Menu  (February 15, 1968)
1 Matson Lines Mardi Gras Dinner Menu (February 15, 1968)
Honolulu, Hawaii Matson Lines 1968 Card cover 
A beautiful painting of a scene in Fiji is perfect for the Matson Lines which was located in Hawaii. Mostly they carried cargo, but they also had passenger liners which went From L.A. and San Francisco to Hawaii, to other exotic islands, and even as far as Australia and New Zealand. But along came a spike in modern air travel and Matson's liners were making fewer forays. By 1970 they were done. The liner for which this menu derived was the S.S. Lurline. The menu took a southern slant with Carnival lobster cocktail, jumbo prawns a la Creole, spouther fired breast of chicken, southern ambrosia and Dixie chocolate cake. Menu measures 9" x 12". 
Price: 14.00 USD
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Tribal Art Magazine Autumn 2011
2 Tribal Art Magazine Autumn 2011
California PRIMEDIA Inc. 2011 XV-4 Number 61 soft cover Near fine 
Dazzling magazine filled with primitive art treasures created by "traditional peoples and new civilizations". It's oversized at 9-1/4"x11-3/4" and has 140 pages, plus back ads all in full color. Everything about this publication is top drawer -- all photos are in color and printed on coated paper. Among the topics discussed are: The Polymorphous Art of the Maya of Guatemala; the Wereldmuseum in Rotterdam; Heroic Africans -Legendary Leaders, Iconic Sculptures; African Innovations in the Brooklyn Museum; Forks and Human Sacrifice in Fiji; and Exquisite Vanity-- Nkundu Sarcophagi. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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