Panama Canal Commission Board of Directors Diamond Jubillee Dinner Menu

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Title:
Panama Canal Commission Board of Directors Diamond Jubillee Dinner Menu
Physical Description:
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Creator:
Panama Canal Commission
Donor:
McAuliffe, Dennis ( donor )
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Menus   ( fast )

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Abstract:
Menu from the Panama Canal Commission Board of Directors, Diamond Jubilee Dinner in Tacoma, Washington on July 25, 1989. The Panama Canal 75th Anniversary logo appears on the front.
Scope and Content:
The inner front cover contains a brief history of the first 75 years of Panama Canal operations. The interior contains the dinner menu for the event.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
Panama Canal Museum Collection at the University of Florida
Rights Management:
Works of the Federal Government. This item is a work of the U.S. federal government and not protected by copyright pursuant to 17 U.S.C. §105
Resource Identifier:
accession number - 2014.56.2
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AA00024698:00001


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Diamond Jubilee Dinner
on the occasion of the meeting
of the
Panama Canal Commission Board of Directors

Tacoma, Washi n*gton Tuesday July 25, 1989






eventy-five years ago, the world hailed the monumental engineering achievement of the century. The opening of the Panama Canal on August 15, 1914, fulfilled the centuries-old dream of uniting the world's two great oceans and established a
new link in the world transportation chain.

To fully appreciate the magnitude of this unprecedented engineering feat, it is necessary to remember that its successful completion involved digging through the Continental Divide; constructing the largest earth dam ever built up to that time; designing and building the most massive canal locks ever envisioned; constructing the largest gates ever swung; conquering devastating landslides; and solving environmental and health problems of enormous proportions.

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