A menu from a 1934 luncheon held in Netherlands East Indies for the crew of the Uiver aeroplane, fresh from its Albury adventure, may one day belong to Albury Library Museum.
The lunch at the Grand Preanger Hotel in Bandung, West Java on November 10 acknowledged the city's role in the aircraft's safe return by offering Olio de Queue de Kangourou d'Albury au Madere.
Other menu items were named after Uiver crew members such as Captain Koene Parmentier.
"Needless to say, everything tasted wonderful, even Albury's kangaroo tail soup," he later wrote.
Nel Moll, a niece of Uiver first officer Jan Moll, offered the menu to the Albury Library Museum Uiver collection.
Mr Moll visited Albury in 1959 for the 25th anniversary of the Uiver's landing on the Albury racecourse.
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