Newman, Ca. 1934. Printed bifolium with slip. Small vignette in upper wrapper. 7-1/2" x 5-1/4". Tan self wrappers, navy blue lettering, handwritten slip, now housed in a mylar sleeve. A G/VG copy, soiling to wrappers and slip, age toning, about a inch tear to head of upper wrapper, large chip out of the slip, though still with the menu (as it states the date), some prices on menu have been changed with ink, bright and legible. Item #45390
Newman, Ca is located in-between San Jose and Merced. According to an article on the history of Newman, a Chinese man by the name of Charley Poy opened Newman's first restaurant there. After feeding railroad crews out of a tent he moved to Newman and opened the restaurant in a building that was once a schoolhouse. A special piece of history from a small California town.