Airport dining, the early years! Wold-Chamberlain's website says

In 1914, Snelling Speedway sat where the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) operates today. The auto-racing venue was unsuccessful, and the Minneapolis Aero Club acquired the property for loftier purposes. The first hangar, a wooden structure, was constructed in 1920 to accommodate airmail service, and the 160-acre property became known as Speedway Field.

I wonder if the flivver drivers looked at the planes usurping their track, and thought “danged newfangled technology.”

The building looks like a cubist Corn Palace.