Sep 24, 2012 9:15 AM
A ham sandwich for a nickel? Plum Pudding in Wine Sauce for a whopping twenty-five cents? Lunch in New York has certainly gotten pricey since 1900. It makes us wish we could do a bit of time-traveling with our spare change jar. Imagine the feast we'd enjoy if we were paying the prices listed on this New York Public Library O.L. Cushman Dish Towel ($13), printed with a mouthwatering vintage menu from the library's archives.