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Catalog Number 13373-177
Title Napkin; King's Food House USA (founded in Lincoln)
Object Name Napkin
Description A large image of a king's crown is presented in brown and yellow, "King's Food Host USA" is printed on the sign. Brown and yellow diamonds surround it. Below is a series of yellow check boxes with the instruction, "For easy ordering." Each box is paired with a type of sandwich and condiment to allow for various matches. On the reverse the list continues with blank lines for other orders for sandwiches, soups, drinks, and desserts to be written down.

Inside, "Aug 1965 Omaha, Nebr. Tom, Julie Bridge, Mike" is handwritten in blue ink.
Date 1965
Material Paper/Ink
Made United States
Place of Origin USA: Nebraska (Lancaster), Lincoln
Used USA: Nebraska (Lancaster), Lincoln
Height (in) 6
Length (in) 3.5
People King, James
Price, Larry
Search Terms Lincoln (Neb.)
King's Food Host
History King's Food Host was once a fast-food restaurant owned by James King and Larry Price and headquartered in Lincoln, NE. It was famous for its Frenchies.
Credit line The Family of Lois L. Westfall
Collection Lois L. Westfall