Friday, June 14, 2013

Souvenir Friday- Pablum Children's Menu

A child eating at the Gourmet Restaurants at the Disneyland Hotel in the late 1950s would order their meal off of this colorful menu. Pablum was a major brand of baby food and was featured not only at the Disneyland Hotel, but also sponsored the baby care station on Main Street in Disneyland. When I first started collecting Disneyland items, I found this menu at a local Swap Meet. I have always liked the mid-Century Modern illustration of the Mark Twain on the front as well as the Dumbo graphics on the inside. The Tinker Bell graphic is also great on the interior of the menu. Make sure you click on the image to expand the size.


K. Martinez said...

Nice item. Love the Plaza map showing the Baby Station location with the Mark Twain silhouette as backdrop.

Major Pepperidge said...

Somebody told me that there are two versions of this menu. Do you happen to know if that is true?

Matterhorn1959 said...

I have seen only this version...I have not looked at the prices on other copies to see if there are any differences.