Twin Falls, Idaho: 1906.
(17 x 16 cm.),  leaves. Menu from the Hotel Perrine for a farewell banquet assembled for M.M. Murtaugh by “his many friends in Twin Falls, Idaho.” Photographic image of Murtaugh as frontispiece. Booklet is organized into three sections, each tabbed separately: The Event, The Menu, The Autographs. The menu features dry martini cocktails, Oyster en Glasse, Sauterne wine, Lamp Chops ala Nelson, Apples Princess, White Seal, Milk Fed Chicken ala Flyland, Clear Havanas and more. Poetic sentiments offered by C.D. Thomas. Also included are brief quotes by Byron and Shakespeare. Murtaugh was a hydraulic and construction engineer in Twin Falls who worked for the Twin Falls Land and Water Company. The Hotel Perrine was a landmark of Twin Falls (three-time presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan spoke in front of the establishment in 1907); the building was demolished in 1968. In slightly creased heather gray wrappers tied with a ribbon. Minor water stain to frontispiece page, otherwise very good. Sadly, the autograph section remains unused.