c. 1910. Cards. 13.5 x 9 cm. Festive color illustrated and embossed vintage postcard, Harvest theme with grapes and wheat. Postmarked Boston, MA, date obscured, one cent stamp, Printed - "A Remembrance, Sincerely yours, Harold D. Perry, 299 Washington St., Boston, Mass."
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Boston: G. J. Esselen. Cards. c. 1910, 14 x 8.5 cm. Turn of the century simply drawn postcard intended for decoration. Hand colored illustration of "Annie Oakley" type character hiding a hatchet behind her back while confronting a turkey. Large toned spot on cover. Unused.
1912. Cards. 15 x 9.5 cm. Lovely color illustrated and embossed vintage postcard, of two young girls and turkey. Postmarked Glen Cove, NY 1912, with one cent postage.
1909. Cards. 15 x 9.5 cm. Lovely color illustrated and embossed vintage postcard, happy young adults sitting at thanksgiving dinner. Addressed to recipient in Oswego NY.
Winchendon, Mass. Loose_leaf. Single sheet.14 x 22.5 cm. "Mr. NB Pinnny, Dear Sir & Bro - yours received & contents noticed in reply I would some good nice turkies for Thanksgiving from 8 to 12 lbs. drest weight - should want them fat and nice as turkeys are quite fleshy...
c.1920's. Cardboard covers. 25.5 x 20.5 cm. Eight handmade pages narrating the process of making thanksgiving dinner: shopping, baking & cooking, guests arriving, saying grace, and the feast, all accompanied by pasted in illustrations. Cardboard covers with blue silk ribbon as an attachment. Handwritten in ink.
Reading, PA: Culinary Arts Press, 1936. Staplebound. 48 pages. 17 x 24 cm. Delightful color illustrated cover. "The New England heritage finds expression in many ways, the most glorified of which is the celebration of Thanksgiving, the feast day of the year in American. It is doubtful whether Thanksgiving Day...