(n.p.). 1922. 1st Printing. Loose leaf house in larger wrappers. Symbol of the Shriners embossed to upper wrapper. Approx: 5-1/2" x 5-2/8". Burnt orange, card stock wrappers with gilt lettering to upper wrapper. Tan card stock leaf with black lettering. All bound together with black (tassel) tie. Now housed in a mylar sleeve. A VG+ copy. Light scuffing to upper wrapper, age toning to all edges, internally clean and bright. Item #46829
The menu itself slightly resembles a fez - a type of hat typically worn by Shriners.
"Shriners International describes itself as a fraternity based on fun, fellowship, and the Masonic principles of brotherly love, relief, and truth. There are approximately 350,000 members from 196 temples (chapters) in the U.S., Canada, Brazil, Bolivia, Mexico, the Republic of Panama, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, Europe, and Australia. The organization is best known for the Shriners Hospitals for Children that it administers, and the red fezzes that members wear." [wiki].