I tracked down some matchbooks from two tiki (-ish!) establishments from my and my wife's hometowns to add some personal flair to the walls of the Cocoanut Canteen!
Chin's Polynesian Garden was a Pittsburgh-area tiki-fied Chinese restaurant, serving their takes on tiki classics as well as some originals, such as the Mermaid's Milk and Tiki Bouquet. It opened in the early 1960s and closed as a barely recognizable version of itself in 2001. Like its neighbor, the Kahiki, they had a huge (brass?!) Moai to greet you with running streams featuring fish and turtles! I never went to Chin's but my parents have told me that they both remember going as kids and that it was definitely a fancy event to get dressed up for: special occasions only!
My wife's small hometown is in the middle of the California desert on the border of Mexico. The only true tiki establishment that was ever there, The El Tiki, unfortunately doesn't have any memorabilia that has ever popped up for me. Coincidentally, Tiki Central's head honcho Mad Dog Mike is from the area and ended up marrying into the family that ran the place. Sadly, even he has come up empty handed. Since that's the case, the closest thing I could find was Red Shepherd's Waikiki, which was a Hawaiian themed chicken chain that also had locations in the San Diego area. I really love the art on this matchbook!