Unfortunately we have no menus from the early years of hotel, but we do know what people were serving for Thanksgiving in the early 1900s.
For instance, the equally-swanky Park Avenue Hotel in New York City featured this mouth-watering feast in 1900, the year silver was discovered in Tonopah (photo courtesy of A History of New York website):
For those who preferred to do their cooking at home, here are two Thanksgiving menu options from Fanny Farmer's "What To Have For Dinner" cookbook, published in 1905:
If you can't join us for our Thanksgiving feast this year, please consider making plans to be here next year. Tonopah is a beautiful spot to visit in November - the skies are usually clear and show off a breathtaking view of stars, the rooms are warm and beyond comfy, and you can see, feel, taste and enjoy a quality of life here that folks took for granted a century ago.