Boston: 1892. 7 x 11" heavy cardstock with tiny imprint of "Kyser & Dickinson | 169 Tremont St. Boston" in blind at lower corner; folded once to make four 7 x 5.5" pages. Hand-colored illustration of fish and clam on front; "Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company" emblem printed in red on back. Inside lists various members, committees and sub-committees opposite the menu itself -- a fish-lovers delight with selection of Baked Clams, Boiled Penobscot Salmon, Baked Stuffed Bluefish, "Broiled Schrod," Fried Perch, and "Clam Fritters, Shore Style" – all served up with a selection of vegetables and Boiled or French Fried Potatoes. The Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts, which is located in Boston's Faneuil Hall, is the oldest chartered military organization in the western hemisphere. The 1892 "Harbor Excursion and Shore Dinner" celebrated their 254th anniversary and the visit from New York of the Troy Citizens Corps. The pomp and circumstance of the multi-day event is documented in AHAC records -- from the invitations to the preparations to the parade held before it and thanks received after – but we find no actual holdings of the menu itself in any institutions. Light soiling, 2" split at bottom of fold.