[San Francisco?]: Dollar Steamship Line, 1923. 1st Printing. Single sheet of off-white card stock paper, printed recto only, 21 lines of text. Company emblem at top. 8" x 5-1/2". Now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. Age-toning, with some stains to the item. Horizontal fold-line. 4 lines penciled to verso. A Good copy. Item #49899
"Built in 1920 as Wolverine State, one of seven Design 1095 ships, by the United States Shipping Board at New York Shipbuilding Corporation, Camden, New Jersey. Renamed President Harrison in 1922, she was operated by Swayne & Hoyt Lines on a service connecting the United States West Coast to Brazil and Argentina with the Pacific-Argentine-Brazil Line. In 1923, the ship was transferred to the Dollar Steamship Lines and sailed on their 'round-the-world passenger service' until 1938." [Wiki]
Here offered a menu from the Harrison's first year of service for Dollar. The ship was ultimately lost during WWII.