For a change of pace, this is not a postcard. Instead, it a 9" by 12" menu from the Matson Lines' S.S. Lurline, with the front cover painted by Louis Macouillard. That would have been a fun adventure.
Here are the choices you would have had for dinner on Tuesday, March 29, 1960. In many ways, this seems like an adventurous menu for 1960, but there are also the classic standbys such as Sanka, Rye-Krisp, and chilled hearts of celery.
The wine list lacks the descriptive language we use today - nothing about forward fruit, hints of tobacco, vanilla etc.