Frontenac Sterling Flatware
Since this concerns silver more than cooking, I'm posting photos here rather than continuing in the cooking forum, for anyone interested in the various pieces in a place setting of 100 years ago.
The 1903 pattern is Frontenac by Simpson, Hall, & Miller & these are the place pieces, minus 15-20 that I don't have.
L-R oyster(cocktail), child's(breakfast), pastry(may not be an old piece), salad, fish, dessert(luncheon), dinner.
L-R dinner, luncheon, orange(serrated top edge), fruit, butter.
L-R chocolate, demitasse, 5 o'clock(pm), teaspoon, dessert(oval soup or place spoon), gumbo.