May I Take Your Order?: American Menu Design, 1920-1960

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Chronicle Books, 1998 - Design - 131 pages
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Brimming with classic restaurant menus from the roaring '20s through the fabulous '50s, MAY I TAKE YOUR ORDER? is the first book to feature this hot new collectible and design resource. Author Jim Heimann showcases 250 original menus from all kinds of restaurants, from roadside diners to theme restaurants to nightclubs. 250 color and 30 b&w images.

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Contents

Section 1
1935
Section 2
1936
Section 3
1945
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

In addition to a career as a graphic designer and illustrator, Jim Heimann is a teacher and author. His graphic design works have been exhibited in several California galleries as well as at a number of shows in Germany and Japan. Heimann's design clients include CBS Records, Columbia Pictures, The Screen Actors Guild, and the National Football League. Heimann's written works include such books as California Crazy!, Hooray For Hollywood, Out With The Stars, Close Cover Before Striking, and Car Hops and Curb Service. He has also written on popular culture and regional history and architecture for many publications, among them the Los Angeles Times and Rolling Stone magazine. Heimann graduated from California State College in Long Beach with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He is a native of Los Angeles.

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