Circa 1955 Mammy's Shanty Menu Atlanta Georgia
(Americana - 20th Century - Georgia - Racial Stereotyping)

Atlanta Georgia: Mammy's Shanty, 1955. F Folding menu advertising the culinary offerings of Mammy's Shanty, which was one of the "World's Best Apple Pie Restuarants" group of establishments in the American South at the time. The artwork reflective of the racial stereotyping of black Americans of the time, via Mammy and watermelon-eating kids. Approximately 4 3/4" x 7" size, printed black & red on white; Light wear, old scrapbook paste residue on back cover; in very good condition, Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 24462)


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