DescriptionPaul von Klieben "Navajo Maiden" Ghost Town Painting (1946). When the Steak House in Ghost Town opened in 1946, ham steak ("Our Chuck Wagon Special") was $1.75, top sirloin was $2.25, a New York cut was $2.50, filet mignon was $2.75, and miners cut was $3.50. They also had their famous pioneer stew for 85 cents for a miners bowl and $1 for a large pioneer style bowl. The Indian Room in this restaurant had 12 Native American paintings by Paul von Klieben, art director of Ghost Town. This is the 37" x 38" "Navajo Maiden" painting that hung in the Indian Room, hand-signed by the artist. It comes with a rare original early 1950s Steak House menu that features some of these paintings by Mr. von Klieben. Painting has minor handling and surface wear; Very Good condition.
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