|Gus and Emma Adler Collection|
|Advertisements, sample menu, and newspaper clipping.|
|M2011.10.1||adlmss_004||adl1_001||Advertisement for the Old Heidelberg from around the mid 1930s. The Old Heidelberg changed names to the Sky Club during WWII, reflecting the change in public response to all things German.|
|adl1_003||Another advertisement for the Sky Club. On the left side are various other popular attractions in Asheville.
Cut off from the bottom: "Asheville: All American City."
|adl1_004||Sample wine and beer menu from the Sky Club.|
|adl1_005||Sample dining menu from the Sky Club.|
|adl1_006||An article from the Asheville Citizen-Times from November 10, 1957 covering the sale of the Sky Club to William G. Conrad. John Hunter, Emma Adler's son and donor of the collection, in a note on the side suggests that Conrad's business venture did not take off because he was ill-prepared for running a first-class restaurant.|